May 10, 2010

Pullin’ ‘Tubes: Cry Wolf

In 1981, the J. Geils Band scored the biggest hit of their career with Centerfold, that thanks to MTV spent six weeks at number one on the charts. The Boston-based

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Track x Track: 30db – One Man Show

For today’s Track By Track, we’ve enlisted Brendan Bayliss to tell us something about each track on the debut release from 30db entitled One Man Show. 30db started long ago when Bayliss – whose main gig is with Umphrey’s McGee – teamed up with longtime friend Jeff Austin of Yonder Mountain String Band to write songs and play shows together. Last year, the pair decided they had enough material to put together an album and headed to Boulder to record what turned into One Man Show – which comes out tomorrow – along with a stellar backing band that includes Cody Dickinson (NMAS), Nick Forster (Hot Rize) and Eric Thorin.


Here’s what Bayliss had to say about each One Man Show track…

One Man Show

Jeff and I came up with the hook late one night after writing for awhile and getting nothing. It really came quickly and we put two unfinished tunes together around that hook the next day.

Always Up

Jeff had the chorus and a verse, so we finished the 2nd and 3rd verses together sitting on chairs in his front yard. It was our first collaborative effort.

30db – Interview


READ ON for more from Brendan Bayliss on 30db’s One Man Show…

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Televised Tune: On the Tube This Week

It’s been 38 years since the Rolling Stones’ legendary Exile on Main Street LP was released but this week the album will come front and center once again as Jimmy

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The BoDeans: A Look Into The Life of Mr. Sad Clown

With their ninth studio album just released and a quarter of a century under their belt, Kurt Neumann and Sam Llanas bring their most exposed, vulnerable voices to the table with Mr. Sad Clown.  The result is the perfect balance of beauty, sadness and raw realism that encompasses the changing realities of their lives.

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Derek Trucks/Susan Tedeschi, Kenny Wayne Shepherd: New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, New Orleans, LA 4/30-5/1/10

If you have never seen Derek Trucks live, then you have no clue what is about to hit you. All innocent of face and with such a laid back stage persona that he would be invisible if it wasn’t for the spotlight beaming down upon him, Derek was sweating out a batch of new souled-out blues that kept you out of your seat and on your feet swaying for the entire set.

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Outside Lands Festival Returns August 14-15

Another Planet Entertainment, Superfly Productions and Starr Hill Presents, in a partnership with the San Francisco Recreation & Park Department, are proud to announce the third annual Outside Lands Music

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Summer Arena Shows For Tool

Tool will venture on the road next month for a summer arena tour, the  band’s first live dates since its summer tour last year. The group kicks off the outing

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