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DANCE TO TIPPERARY

Seven Drunken Nights - new single out now

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Dance To Tipperary's new single "Seven Drunken Nights" was released today (21 November 2014) and is now available for digital download at iTunes, Amazon, Beatport and all good download stores.

Download "Seven Drunken Nights at iTunes.

Download "Seven Drunken Nights at Amazon.

Download "Seven Drunken Nights at Beatport.

"Seven Drunken Nights" is the lead single from Dance To Tipperary's Greatest Hits album which will be released on 28 November 2014.

Click here to pre-order a copy of Dance To Tipperary's Greatest Hits from iTunes now.

Petty Theft

#MofoTour2014

Once again, we had a BLAST playing in "The City" at Slim's! BIG THX to all who came out. San Francisco you always know how to party down with your Petty! KUDOS to our friends from Fresno Stealing Nicks - The Ultimate Stevie Nicks Experience who put on a great show and Marie Wilson for joining us on stage for another rendition of "Stop Dragging My Heart Around"! Oh my my OH HELL YES!
Photo: #MofoTour2014 Once again, we had a BLAST playing in "The City" at Slim's!  BIG THX to all who came out. San Francisco you always know how to party down with your Petty! KUDOS to our friends from Fresno Stealing Nicks - The Ultimate Stevie Nicks Experience who put on a great show and Marie Wilson for joining us on stage for another rendition of "Stop Dragging My Heart Around"! Oh my my OH HELL YES!

Luis Ogando

Gig News!!

Luis is pleased to announce 2 upcoming gigs before Christmas!

The first is taking place at Chilwell Road Methodist Church on Saturday 29th November, where Luis will be guesting in a musical event run by Derbyshire-Based vocal group Cantata. Mixing a vareity of styles, Luis will be switching between steel and nylon strings as he offers up both vocal and instrumental pieces. 

Then, on the 20th December, Luis will be heading up a musical event in aid of the Hope Charity at The Creative Corner Cafe in Chilwell.

More details will be posted as information becomes available.

Sandz Of Time Band

A New Venue!

Come join us on the patio at MIKKI V'S on Friday, November 28th, 2014.

We'll be performing from 7-11 p.m. 

This is a new venue for us, so come help us blow the roof off!

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CHANGES TO GIGS

Some dates have been changed.

Please check the giglist to the right.

DANCE TO TIPPERARY

Pre-order Dance To Tipperarys' Greatest Hits album

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Dance To Tipperary Greatest Hits is avalibale to pre-order now on iTunes and Amazon. The Greatest Hits album features 25 tracks including all of the biggest hit singles, fan favouites and other top downloads.

Pre-order Dance To Tipperary Greatest Hits at iTunes.

Pre-order Dance To Tipperary Greatest Hits at Amazon.

Huxster

Another New Track Posted!

Huxster is excited to preview a second song - "Guns n' Roses" from the upcoming self titled third album! 

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Petty Theft

THIS Friday at SLIM'S in San Francisco + Special Guests: @StealingNicks

Hey All,

BIG THANKS to the enthusiastic folks that came out this past weekend to our show at the Catalyst in Santa Cruz.  We love you all for it!

 

THIS Friday, 11/14:  We are back at SLIM’S in San Francisco, with very special guests (all the way from Fresno): STEALING NICKS (Tribute to Stevie Nicks). We have been looking forward to this show for quite awhile. It's gonna be a night of "Rock n Roll Thievery” at one of SF’s best live music venues. This is sure to be one of the best shows of the year and definitely NOT one to miss! Get your tickets in advance NOW HERE.

Stay tuned for some new show announcements for 2015 coming SOON.

"Look at me Mama I'm makin' some noise."

-PT aka Dan, Django, Bagel, Monroe, Michael and Mike

 

NEW T-SHIRTS:

Men’s Tees, Women’s Tees, and Women's Tanks featuring our brand new logo are now available at all of our shows! New shirts are also available online HERE

Keep up on the latest updates and other cool Tom Petty info by following us on TWITTER, like us on FACEBOOK (and invite your friends) and INSTAGRAM'ERS follow us.

You can also track us on BandsInTown and Subscribe to our YouTube channel and check out our latest live clips. Be sure to 'like' and leave a comment.

We love to play parties...please CONTACT US to book Pety Theft for your party now!

We have some great shows coming up next month, check them out and get your tickets in advance!

Ramblin' Jack Elliott

Ramblin' Jack Elliott tour photos!

Check out these great shots from photographer Scott Preston of Cincy Groove. These photos were taken in Ludlow, KY where Jack performed at the Ludlow Theatre

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The Despoilers

Lovely Sunday Afternoon

We always enjoy our Sunday afternoon visits to the Victoria Vaults and yesterdays gig was no exception. Thanks you to all for the great support and kind words. We look forward to playing again on 28th December.

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The Hop, Leeds 15th February

So its party time again, sometimes we think its never ending. Well we hope it never ends.

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Bobby Mahoney

Jon reflects on Light of Day Canada

Photo courtesy: Felicia McIntosh

***The following is a personal essay from Bobby Mahoney and the Seventh Son rhythm guitarist Jon Alba***

It's funny how much can be accomplished in such a short period of time.

When we began our trip up to Canada, the second in 2014, Bobby looked at me and asked if I ever thought we'd be on a festival bill in Canada four years ago. The reality? Absolutely not.

As many are aware, the band started as a part-time thing. It was meant for one gig, maybe a couple. To think we'd be able to take it any measure beyond that is odd to think about. But to do two mini-Ontario tours in one year? No way.

We were very fortunate to be part of what is a very special annual event for the first time as a unit. For those unaware, Light of Day Canada generates funds through a series of concerts featuring some of the best live acts in the business, with the money going towards Parkinson's Disease research. It's a win-win for all involved, whether on the stage, in front of it or in organization. When we got the call to come open up the shows, it was a no-brainer.

Rather than give a typical show-by-show report, I figured it may be interesting to go through each show from our personal perspective and detail just how special this past weekend was. There wasn't a night I got to sleep before 4 a.m., but every single bit of it was worth it. And here's why.

After a multi-day drive, we reached Niagara Falls only to hitch a bus to Toronto for the first set of shows, originally slated to be the last show at the legendary El Mocambo. The bus ride featured all of those involved in the shows, including John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band, Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers, Joe D'Urso & Stone Caravan, among many others. Rather than close our eyes for the ride, we wanted to know the stories of these entities, how they got where they were. I'm the oldest member in the band at the slender age of 21, there was plenty to learn.

As a journalist-in-training (that's my real job, at least), I found their stories to be incredibly captivating. While Bobby hears a lot of them from time to time, it was my personal first glimpse at where these great acts came from, both personally and professionally. D'Urso spent time in my shoes working towards a career in television. Jeffrey "Joffo" Simmons of the Houserockers grew up alongside Willie Stargell's children amidst the run of the "We Are Family" Pittsburgh Pirates of 1979.

Of course, the musical advice was thrown in and appreciated significantly, but for me, it's those stories that are just as interesting.

The last time the band was in Toronto, turnout was a bit lower than expected. But this time, in what was intended to be the venue's final show, that would be far from the case. Hundreds (well over the capacity of the club) packed the floor to witness the sendoff for a venue that had hosted acts like the Rolling Stones, Stevie Ray Vaughn and others - but tonight, the Seventh Son would be the one etching its name into the walls.

We played that show like our life depended on it. Twenty-five consecutive minutes of heart-racing, sweat-inducing rock n' roll (I use those adjectives because that's sure as hell what it felt like on the stage). The crowd at the Elmo was perhaps the best of the three shows, and fed us back the energy we needed to get things kicked off right. Danny Gochnour of the Houserockers and Eddie Manion of E Street Band fame joined us for our final tune, and as a music fan and enthusiast, time seemed to stop for me. It was a moment on stage I'll never forget, and I, alongside the rest of the band, cannot thank them enough for making something special happen.

Photo courtesy: Jeff Ross

Thankfully, the club was saved at the 11th hour, by Canadian billionaire Michael Wekerle. We were thrilled to see Wekerle enjoy our set, and even posed for a couple pictures with him afterwards (alongside throwing him a copy of Friends in Low Places, of course).

Set

1. Teenagers Too

2. Hit The Town

3. Danger Dan

4. Scoundrels

5. Another Deadbeat Summer

As we returned to Niagara close to 5 a.m., we then awoke for lunch with the whole gang. It was during this lunch I was able to grasp a real appreciation for one person in particular.

Joining LOD Canada this year was Pat Travers, a musical journeyman who has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry throughout his career. Travers, like myself, is a hard rock enthusiast, and the framework of his playing indicates pure brilliance through power chords and note intricacy. During lunch, we struck up conversation with him, as he would go into stories about AC/DC (one of the primary influences of Bobby's and mine), super-producer Mutt Lange among other topics. The experiences were great to hear about, but the next day, Travers would treat us to an intimate conversation about the inner-workings of the guitar, and how he goes about tackling it every time he picks it up.

Bobby, the band and myself in particular cannot be more lucky to have gotten a chance to just absorb that information and knowledge. Simply incredible. And he kicked ass as well on stage.

Nonetheless, Friday brought the Niagara show to the Greg Frewin Theatre. I was fortunate enough to be joined by my old podcasting buddy Tanner Kish, who was able to catch the band for the first time.

This show was about as special of a Bobby Mahoney and the Seventh Son show you'll ever see. The theater, intimate in its own fashion, set the scene for the first ever (and long-rehearsed) full band performance of "Guilden Street." The song was done in honor of LOD Niagara figureheard David Rotella, who has been (alongside his son Evan) an incredible supportor of the band.

Photo courtesy: Felicia McIntosh

I cannot accurately describe the feeling starting the show off with that C-chord in a silent theater. I rarely get nervous before a show, but I had butterflies. But I'm thrilled with how the song received new life, as the band showed up to bring it.

"Scoundrels" followed suit, and in what may have been the best performance the song has ever had, brought a sort of electricity to the room. I'm not sure I've ever had so much fun on one song in any show I've been a part of with this band as that one. The band was locked-in. Even though it was a shorter set, Niagara brought one of the most intense stage experiences we have had to date.

Set

1. Guilden Street

2. Scoundrels

3. Star-Crossed

4. Another Deadbeat Summer


Photo courtesy: Felicia McIntosh

After another late night, we woke up to head laterally across Ontario towards Kingston, an acoustic set with Bobby and myself. Bobby and I are the lone remaining members of the original Seventh Son lineup, it all goes back to the two of us. 

It's for that reason I find it hard, no matter what my own personal schedule be, to pass up doing a duet performance.

The BluMartini played perfect host to the short set we pumped out, which, in a fitting manner, began with "Worrisome Child." It's a song we can play in our sleep, but there's almost a primal feeling still every single time when we get to the solo, one Bobby rips to shreds with his distortion. In that moment, we play back to what we are at our root: The lead and the rhythm.

Kingston was receptive to the rest of the set, and we stuck around to show our fellow musicians the respect we have for them and thanking them for embracing our presence on the leg.

Set

1. Worrisome Child

2. Star-Crossed

3. Another Deadbeat Summer

The reality is, I'm not entirely sure how much time I have left in this band with the real world quickly approaching me. But I wanted to take the time to write this to show my sheer gratification I have for all of those who have given us an opportunity to, even if for just a weekend, pretend to actually be rock stars. We as a band, and as people, embraced every minute of it.

And then there was the time Vinny "Big Pussy" Pastore made me look up his movies upon his request.

I speak on behalf of the band when I say a major special thanks to Gord and Ginette, without whom the shows would not have run. Gord is an incredible music mind who I never get tired of hearing stories from, and Ginette is one of the sweetest people you'll ever run into. Another thanks as well again to David Rotella for genuinely getting behind everything we do. A shoutout also goes to the rest of the LOD Canada crew, including Tony Serra and Sam Grasso, for making all of this happen.

And of course, all the best to the man behind it all, Mr. Bob Benjamin.

As far as the musicians and people, there is no one better. Whether it's Danny and his Bobby Mahoney-hating/loving significant other Jamie, Joe D'Urso, "Mr. Lou" DeMartino, our superfans who made the trips just to see us, or anyone else, we cannot thank you enough for letting us be a part of something this special. We were humbled to be around musicians and individuals with as much passion as you guys.

I am not sure if I will ever get to be a part of something this special ever again. But all I can say is, I sure hope it's just around the corner...

Photo courtesy: Joey Cartwright


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The Monthly Articles

This is issue #11 for The Monthly Articles News column

Halloween may be over but here's a story anyway. One Halloween I was laying by the curb in a sheet and mask as a kid and a lady approached I lay still on the ground. The kid started towards me and said "that thing ain't real." As they came closer I started convulsing and flapping against the ground startling the lady who took off down the street leaving the kid behind. There's also a myth that I like to hand out dried shrimp skins to trick or treaters. So the kids will drop their candy by the door when they go... I improved my press stories. I estimate if Fence Field Park was a movie it would cost a lot to make and would last only an hour. Which reminds me. I put together a movie made from June to around October with never before seen music videos, live footage and more. But it won't be put out since it's a full hour and my fan base is too small to release any movies.

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DANCE TO TIPPERARY

Exclusive Seven Drunken Nights Preview

The new single from Dance To Tipperary, Seven Drunken Nights is out on Friday November 21st. Exclusive SoundCloud streaming preview.

Ramblin' Jack Elliott

Ramblin' Jack In Nashville & Kentucky!

Ramblin' Jack is on the road this week in Nashville on 'special assignment' we will tell you about later - but let's just say he's with good company doing a special "Guitar Pull" with Guy Clark and others. 

Also, Jack is opening a new school in Ludlow, Kentucky on the 8th - so if you are anywhere near there please go and say hey!  Check the website often for updates!

Petty Theft

This Friday @CatalystClub in Santa Cruz & @slimssf in San Francisco! #MofoTour2014

Hey All,

After enjoying a short break, we’re looking forward to heading down to Santa Cruz THIS Friday, 11/7 for our return to The Catalyst. We will be performing a full evening of all the best Tom Petty songs in the Atrium. Our last show at the Catalyst was a blast and we expect this one to be even better!  Please JOIN us or tell your friends in the area about the show. Tickets available HERE.

COMING UP:

Friday, 11/14 we are back at SLIM’S in San Francisco, with very special guests (all the way from Fresno): STEALING NICKS (Tribute to Stevie Nicks). This will be a very special night of "Rock n Roll Thievery” at one of SF’s best live music venues. Definitely NOT a show to miss!Get your tickets NOW in advance HERE.

"Baby if you can't change the world

Maybe you should just change yourself”

-PT aka Dan, Django, Bagel, Monroe, Michael and Mike

NEW T-SHIRTS:

Men’s Tees, Women’s Tees, and Women's Tanks featuring our brand new logo are now available at all of our shows! New shirts are also available online HERE

 

Keep up on the latest updates and other cool Tom Petty info by following us on TWITTER, like us on FACEBOOK (and invite your friends) and INSTAGRAM'ERS follow us.

You can also track us on BandsInTown and Subscribe to our YouTube channel and check out our latest live clips. Be sure to 'like' and leave a comment.

We love to play parties...please CONTACT US to book Pety Theft for your party now!

 

We have some great shows coming up next month, check them out and get your tickets in advance!

King Mike V

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DANCE TO TIPPERARY

Greatest Hits Tracklisting & Artwork Revealed!

Dance To Tipperary are delighted to reveal the album artwork and tracklisting for the forthcoming Greatest Hits album. The album features a full career spanning 25 tracks including the new single 'Seven Drunken Nights', all the hits singles, fan favourites and a selection of other top downloads.

Check out the full tracklisting below!

1. Ride On

2. In the Ghetto

3. The Irish Rover

4. The Foxhunters

5. The Fields of Athenry (Celtic.F.C. Mix)

6. The Rakes of Mallow

7. Great Moments with You

8. Anyway You Want It

9. Olé, Olé, Olé 2002 (We're Up for the Cup)

10. Email at the Cliffs of Moher

11. The 'Bhoys' Are Back In Town

12. Don't Know What You've Got 'til It's Gone

13. It's Rally Ireland Time

14. Stop the Rock

15 Outta My Head

16. I'm Sorry

17. Return to Me (L.A. Single Version)

18. The Irish Rover (The Bantry Bay Remix)

19. Olé, Olé, Olé (Euro 2012 Remix)

20. Cavalcade (The Evening Lust Mix)

21. Seven Drunken Nights

22. Tonight Is What It Means To Be Young

23. Midnight Madonna

24. Dance To Tipperary (Tarditional Mix)

25. What Kind of World Would this World Be

 

You can pre-order the album now using the links below.

Pre-Order: iTunes

Pre-Order: Amazon

Trademark Jazz Ensemble

First Two CD's Released - At Last and Somewhere

At long last, our first two CDs ("At Last" featuring Kelly Hibbs and "Somewhere" featuring Kelsey Carey) are released. Both are now available on iTunes, CDBaby, and a host of other outlets. Also, they can be found on Jango under Trademark Jazz Radio.

We are excited to introduce Kelly Hibbs and Kelsey Carey to the world with these initial releases from these talented young women. Take a listen and see if you do not agree. Visit our Links page for lionks to their respective CDs on CD Baby.

DANCE TO TIPPERARY

Dance To Tipperary Will Reveal Greatest Hits Artwork & Tracklisting on November 3rd.

Dance To Tipperary will reveal the cover art and tracklisting for the forthcoming 'Greatest Hits' album on Monday November 3rd 2014.

The album features 25 tracks including all of the biggest hit singles, fan favourites and a few of Dance To Tipperary's other top downloads.

The 'Greatest Hits' album out on November 28 is preceded by the new single 'Seven Drunken Nights' out on November 21st.

For all the latest updates follow @dancetotipp on Twitter and Dance To Tipperary (Official Group) on Facebook.

Web Three

ART OF WAR 305: Web Three vs. Rob Blanks

And THIS battle has been a war of words between these two for a while, so this battle has been a long time coming. Both of these warriors have earned their bragging rights, and it only makes sense to have them go at it IN THE ART OF WAR!!!

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New Song From The Band Spain's Josh Haden Now Available

A new song from Spain's Josh Haden is now available. The song is called "To The Dawn" and can be downloaded from Bandcamp and iTunes.

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The Despoilers

York Bound Again, Don't Know if I'm right or if I'm Wrong

Sunday 9th November see's the band with angelic frontman Tim Weatherhead back in the line-up for a Sunday afternoon gig at the fabulous Victoria Vaults, York. Band on 4:00-6:30 pm.

Looking forward to gigging again with Tim, as we love him really, in a perverse kind of muso chocolate fashion!

The Wounded Lovers

STOLEN CAR - RELEASED TODAY!

We are chuffed to anounce the release of the new Wounded Lovers tune "Stolen Car", and we feel confident that all Wounded Lovers thrill seekers will love it! It's a cracking Fenwick song, featuring an astonishing lead guitar contribution from T-Bone. 

As recently reported, there will be four new releases this side of Christmas, to make up for the barren summer where Fenwick and T-Bone went there seperate ways.

  

There has been a number of rumours regarding the absence of fresh Wounded Lovers material over the summer period, and now feels like the correct time to officially respond to them.  Here at Casa Mojo HQ, we were particularly irritated by stories curculating that once again the demon booze, or dreaded drugs had  somehow had an adverse impact on creativity.  Even worse was the rumour that Fenwick and T-Bone had fallen out with each other in sober surroundings! Nothing can be further from the truth! The boys just had a well deserved break, and are now chomping at the bit to write, record and release new Wounded Lovers material!

So there you have it..... 

Look out for the next release "Smoke and Mirrors"...

 

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Petty Theft

#MofoTour2014 UPCOMING FALL/WINTER SHOWS!

Check out our shows page for more details and ticket info for these upcoming shows:
11/7 The Catalyst Club (Atrium) in Santa Cruz
11/14 Slim's + Stealing Nicks - The Ultimate Stevie Nicks Experience
11/28 Club Fox in Redwood City
11/29 Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley
12/31 New Years Eve at Northstar California Resort
1/2/15 TBA
1/3/15 City Winery Napa!
MORE ANNOUNCEMENTS STILL TO COME...Stay tuned!
TRACK US HERE: http://www.bandsintown.com/PettyTheft

Sandz Of Time Band

A Big Thank You!

A great big THANK YOU!! goes out to all our friends and family for coming out last Friday night! You guys sure made it a fantastic night to be out playing music! We had such a blast and wow, really? Everybody sticking around for most of the night????  You guys really rock!!

We are so looking forward to the next gig! 

Luis Ogando

Oxjam Video Posted

Luis kicked off his Oxjam 2014 set at brand new venue the Creative Corner Cafe in fine style, with one of his old favourites, 'Love'.

Providing a mix of original and well-known classics, the crowd seemed very appreciative, with a couple of audience members accompanying him on the various percussion items that were lying about the cafe.

"It was great fun. Half way through Take It Easy I heard a shaker, then some wood-drumming and clapping. It's great when the audience join in - it shows that they are also havng a good time."

Performing classics and favourites from Paul Simon, George Ezra, The Eagles and a mash-up of Robbie Williams, Jesus Christ Superstar and The Rocky Horror Show, Luis also showcased some of his own material; Love, Take A Look, A Little Bit Like Kiss Me and Blow It All. The latter getting a very good reception.

"There was quite a cheer after Blow It All, which really made me smile, as this was the first time I'd sung the full song to such an audience. I got a few comments afterwards, too, which was really nice."

Not content with performing Blow It All at The Creative Corner Cafe, Luis also managed to slip it into Anteloup's set later on at The Star Inn.

"We put our set together for Anteloup, but decided to squeeze another number in. We'd left it a bit too late to get a workable version of our new material together, so Pat suggested I just do something acoustic. I think it broke the set up a bit and added a bit of dynamic, which worked well."

You can see a video of Luis' performance of Blow It All by clicking the 'Videos' link in the menu above.

 

Bobby Mahoney

Bobby Mahoney and the Seventh Son to release "New Age Outlaws" music video Thursday

Courtesy: Mitch Bilus

Four months after the release of the highly-popular music video for "Another Deadbeat Summer" off the debut full-band studio album Friends in Low Places, Bobby Mahoney and the Seventh Son will release another video to promote the compilation.

"New Age Outlaws," originally released as the first single off the album, will debut its music video Thursday night. Directed and filmed by Zack Morrison, the piece will mark the second time the two entities have worked together on a music video.

"Once again, we had the chance to work with the great Zack Morrison," Mahoney said. "Zack is an extremely talented up-and-comer in the film industry. He graduated from Rutgers and is now at Columbia for graduate school for film. Not only does he produce excellent film work but he is also a passionate music lover. It is always great to work with him, as well as to see him enjoying our music at shows. He has helped us out a lot in the past year. I look forward to seeing all the great things he will accomplish."

The video was shot in 4K, also known as "super HD," with a RED Epic Cinema camera courtesy of Ideas United and Distinguished Filmmakers. It was filmed on Sept. 6, 2014 at The Court Tavern in New Brunswick, N.J. before a packed audience.

"This time around we went for a straight, no frills live video," Mahoney said. "I think it accentuates the rawness of 'New Age Outlaws.' It is arguably the hardest rocking song on the record, and we had a kick-ass time at the show filming. We don't have mosh pits at a lot of our shows, but one broke out while filming this video and it was an awesome vibe in the room and it gave the song the edginess it needed."

In addition to the video, the band will release preliminary dates for the winter leg of the Friends in Low Places Tour.

A second preview for the film can be found below.

Friends in Low Places is available via iTunes, Bandcamp, Spotify and various other outlets.

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Tack so much for buying the tickets , I hope to see you on the tour , tonight it starts , I hope it makes people laugh hard. I am nervous and excited .

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Please spread the word , tell al your friends and enemies and come laugh hard - here is the place to see all the dates and buy the tickets ---- CLICK 

 

Kram Kram stay Happy 

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Anteloup

Anteloup Storm Oxjam

Anteloup delivered a storming set at this year's Oxjam Beeston Takeover music festival. After having had their slot moved back, due to time issues with sister band Middle:6, the later 8.50pm start seemed to give the band more of a lift.

"It was great to go on a bit later this year," says frontman Luis. "The atmosphere was absolutely brilliant, and the crowd really got into what we were playing. The response to our opening number [Think Of Love] was mind-blowing, with the whoops and cheers really giving us a strong footing for the rest of the gig."

As the band have a such a varied genre of material, the set-list took a pop-to-rock route; starting with foot-tappers like Think Of Love and Woman In The Blue Shoes, through We've All Been There and finishing with Frozen Turkey and Jodie.

"Frozen Turkey was possibly my favourite number of the gig. What started as a simple American Rock song some years ago has grown into a great band song, with an intro and massive 32-bar outro featuring Pete's monster guitar solo. It was a real crowd pleaser and we should have a video up on the site soon."

Thanks to the Oxjam response, Anteloup are now planning a few free gigs in the run-up to Christmas, with proceeds going to Oxfam and other charities. For up-to-date band and gig information sign up to the mailing list and follow the band on Twitter.

Jay Yates

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Bobby Mahoney

Behind the Song: "Guilden Street"

The seventh track on Friends in Low Places is a sharp curve from the rest of the album. 

"Guilden Street" starts as a somber acoustic reflection piece, and explodes into something much more. It has quickly become a fan-favorite, but is seldom played live.

Describe the origins of "Guilden Street," the place and song.

BM: "Guilden Street is a street in New Brunswick, N.J. that some friends used to have a house on. This house was notorious for insane nights of teenage debachary."

JA: "Guilden Street started as an acoustic demo that Bobby put on YouTube. He felt strongly about it for the album, and while I was heistant at first, we figured we'd just lay it down and see what we could do with it."

How was the song conceived?

BM: "The song was written based off a series of events that took place at this house, and how I felt out of place. Seeing my friends turning into different people over the years, or even the course of one night, is really what the song is about. Not fitting in with your friends as they change and grow up, and how you have less and less in common is part of life - it happens. It all hit me at this house party one night, and that is what inspired the song. I also never really understood the whole 'partying' thing that most people my age do. I just never saw the appeal to drinking or doing drugs. Not that I am some annoying 'Straight Edge' advocate that judges people, or a D.A.R.E. officer, but I just never really got into that stuff. But to each their own."

JA: "I wasn't there, but everything seems to be pretty literal in the song. You can follow along the storyline fairly easily, as its written to reflect how the night unfolds. It fits really well following up 'Deadbeat' because things are really beginning to crash and burn for the main character."

Describe the recording process.

BM: "The acoustic guitar and lead vocals were recorded by me in the studio, and then we brought in Joe Larkin to sing some harmonies with me to make it sound huge. He did a great job and I think his vocals really make the studio version of the song come to life and stand out. Max then did the snare drum part, and I wrote the string quartet part and added it in later."

JA: "We've mentioned throughout all of these how much Bobby and I argued over elements of the album. 'Guilden Street' was one of my biggest contentions. I believed in the song, but not the original presentation. The song was laid down vocally and acoustically, and that was originally to be it. I had initially conceived a full band version of the song, with it being intended to close the album in the same exact way 'Self-Induced Exile' does. But we soon learned that version of the song would not work, and I pushed to add more elements to what had been recorded. We conceived the snare to resemble a drummer boy march, as the characters, as Bobby insinuates, are marching to their downfall. The other voices was Bobby's call, and the strings fell on both."

What are some of your favorite elements of the song?

BM: "Well like I said, Joe's vocals really tie it all together. I am also proud of the string parts, and the lyrics. These are some of my most honest lyrics I have ever written."

JA: "The harmonies definitely are awesome. There's a lot going on, which is cool. I think once the snare hits, the song really explodes, which creates an awesome sonic moment on the album."

Are you surprised the song has gotten over the way it has?

BM: "Yeah, a lot of people tell me that they connected with this song the most on the album, which makes me happy. I fought tooth and nail to keep this song on the record, and I'm happy people appreciate it for what I intended it to be."

JA: "Very, and that's not a bad thing. I didn't think it would be a song people would connect to initially, but I think once we added the extra elements, it really becomes a standout track. And now, ironically, it's one of my favorites."

Do you have plans to keep the song around?

BM: "Yeah I think we have some cool ways to work the band in a little more with this one."

JA: "Stay tuned, Canada."

What are the struggles with playing the song live?

BM: "Most of the shows we play are hard rock/punk shows that don't have a lot of room for ballad type songs. People who are there to rock out, often times tune out the softer songs, or go to the bathroom or get a drink. But that is why I want to change up the arrangement a bit and give it a little more bite."

JA: "We've gotten experimental with it. Our live show is where we earn our money (jokes), so when we have to slow things down, it becomes a little harder to elongate a show. But the song is fun, and there are people who really love this song."

Any final thoughts?

BM: "It is a song about sticking to your guns. I am extremely proud of the song. Don't go to the bathroom when we play it."

JA: "I mean, if you gotta piss..."

Friends in Low Places is available via iTunes, Bandcamp, Spotify and various other outlets.

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Sandz Of Time Band

It's almost here!

Two more days!

Yep, We are stoked and ready for an awesome night at Dominick's this Friday Evening! Come join us on the patio for great live music, awesome food and an all around fun evening! Looks like the weather is going to be friendly, so we'll be able to utilize the stage!

Our recomendation is to get there early for a seat! We'll start at 6 p.m. 

Spain

'Sargent Place' To Be Released in Australia Nov. 7.

Sargent Place, the new album from the band Spain, will be released in Australia Nov. 7, 2014 on Cooking Vinyl Australia. More info here. Pre-order on iTunes here.

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I Believe
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Petty Theft

THIS Saturday: McNears Mystic Theatre:@tompetty 's Birthday Show! #MofoTour2014

Oh my my OH HELL YES…

THIS Saturday, 10/18 will be our "2nd Annual Tom Petty Birthday Celebration" show at McNear's Mystic Theatre in Petaluma. This is a fantastic venue and a perfect setting to get together and celebrate the “Real Deal” for his birthday (actually on 10/20). Special guests: The SpecTones featuring former PT guitarist Bob Spector will kick things off at 8:30PM. This is sure to be a special Show with maybe one or two “surprises”... Get your tickets NOW here!

Check out a little bit of our last show at Mystic Theatre...

 

NEW T-SHIRTS:

Our NEW t-shirts (Men’s Tees, Women’s Tees, and Women's Tanks) featuring our brand new logo are now available at all of our shows!  New shirts are also available online HERE

NYE SHOW ANNOUNCEMENT COMING SOON… STAY TUNED!

 

“Yeah - with one foot in the grave

And one foot on the pedal

I was born a rebel.'"

~PETTY THEFT

 

We have men’s and women’s tees along with women’s tank tops available NOW online here. Keep up on the latest updates and other cool Tom Petty info by following us on TWITTER, like us on FACEBOOK (and invite your friends) and INSTAGRAM'ERS follow us.

You can also track us on BandsInTown and Subscribe to our YouTube channel and check out our latest live clips. Be sure to 'like' and leave a comment.

We love to play parties...please CONTACT US to book Pety Theft for your party now!

We have some great shows coming up next month, check them out and get your tickets in advance!

Anteloup

Oxjam 2014 Update

Anteloup have had their timeslot of 8.50pm confirmed for this year's Oxjam Beeston Takeover.

This is the first time the band have been involved with Oxjam, and they are really excited about it, as frontman Luis Ogando explains:

"We've been together some years now, but missed last year's Oxjam due to me being in Spain at the time. To get such a good slot this year is nothing short of fantastic. The whole band are really fired up about it and we really want to go and play our hearts out."

"Oxjam is an ideal event for new, original bands, because it is all about the music - whatever the style or genre - people want to listen to live music and enjoy themselves. And that's what we're aiming for - a great night of music and the chance to show our wares."

"We've been really quiet over the last 6 months or so, going back over our material, re-writing parts, adding parts, dropping songs, adding new songs... It's been a real busy time, but we've got a great set that we're really proud of now, so I hope people like it."

"The 'genre-span' is quite wide too, with bouncy pop-like songs (one with a nice reggae bounce), to jumpy punk-like songs, to head-nodding, toe-tapping songs, to different rock approaches. We're sure there'll be a song for everyone in the set."

So, to catch Anteloup's inaugral Oxjam gig, head along to The Star Inn in Beeston for 8.50pm on Saturday 18th October. 

Luis Ogando

Luis At Oxjam 2014

Luis will be taking part in this year's Oxjam Beeston Takeover, performing at brand new venue The Creative Corner.

This is the third time Luis has been involved with Oxjam, but the first that he has been signed up for a solo set.

"I'm really looking forward to this. Doing the band sets with local covers band Middle:6 is great fun, but I've been doing more and more solo stuff, so it seemed a good idea to slot an extra gig in."

"I've got a great selection of my own material, including the new EP title-track 'Blow It All', as well as some of my favourite, upbeat covers, including Free Falling, Budapest and Me & Julio Down By The Schoolyard."

"I decided to mix old and new with the covers, so you may get to hear Rude by Magic if I feel a bit bouncy on the day!"

The set starts at 12:50 and The Creative Corner can be found along the Chilwell High Road, opposite Cator Lane.

Petty Theft

Next Saturday at Mystic Theatre

We're only a week away now from our "Tom Petty Birthday" celebration at McNears's Mystic Theatre next Saturday 10/18! For tickets and info check out our FB event page here:
https://www.facebook.com/events/501948396609309/ RSVP, SHARE & INVITE your friends to JOIN the party!

Photo: Happy Friday!  We're only a week away now from our "Tom Petty Birthday" celebration at McNears's Mystic Theatre next Saturday 10/18!  For tickets and info check out our FB event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/501948396609309/  RSVP, SHARE & INVITE your friends to JOIN the party!

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