14 September 2017 ·. Big Thanks to Shamus and Matt! Fun Time at Shards Learn More. The band has hooked us up with CDs of each of their three new albums and Garth Forsyth's new solo album as well - all released in the last year. All come with stunning full color artwork directly on the CD, individually created. We're giving away this pack to someone at random.
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Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
The Jukes continue to perform extensively throughout the northeast United States and annually in the UK and Europe. In 2011, looking to expand his artistic opportunities, Southside Johnny and The Poor Fools were formed. Composed of musicians Jeff Kazee, John Conte, Tommy Brynes, and Soozie Tyrell, this acoustic-ish ensemble plays a wide range of music from Dylan, Mose Allison, Muddy Waters, NRBQ, Richard Thompson, Emmylou Harris, The Band, George Jones, and more, as well as some of the legendary Asbury Jukes material in a stripped down format. In February 2013, Southside Johnny and The Poor Fools released their debut studio album entitled "Songs From the Barn" (recorded in Jon Bon Jovi's studio, a converted horse barn in New Jersey.
Fact: Dead Man's Bones' self-titled debut is a concept album vaguely about supernatural themes, released less than a month before Halloween! Gee! Fact: The vast majority of Dead Man's Bones utilizes a real-life, full-on children's choir, recruited from hipster kid academy the Silverlake Conservatory of Music. The other two angles- spooky themes and a kid's choir- are both symptoms of the record's most endearing quality, a surplus of ideas and a willingness to combine them in ways that are vibrant, sloppy, and fun. Though the record begins with a pretentious spoken-word introductory track (kind of a necessary concept-album evil) followed by its worst song (the Ambien-overdosed and over-serious "Dead Hearts"), the remainder of the project is slapdash, giddy, and surprisingly dense.