Hey, your just under 30 right? Check out Chumley's Toy. Album is out Mar 4 and I got to preview a copy for the producer. Not bad! www.chumleystoy.comFunkyPorcini said:What's your favorite new band or new music from and old band?
I know there is a thread about what music people listen to but I'm looking for some new music here.
I saw that thread. I'm curious about KMH's producing and the band. I'll have to download that off the internet as soon as possible. I kid. I'll check 'em out when the album hits.galaga said:
You like bluegrass eef?eef said:If you like Alison Krauss or bluegrass, I highly reccomed a secret band I have discovered called "Crooked Still"... this woman has an enchanting voice, and the band is all strings- it's like Alsion Krauss but without the popiness. Seriously some great music. check out the web site
I think I am too. It is very clean. I like her voice alot more than Allison Cross. And of course these guys http://lunaractive.com/htm/news.htmradar said:Listened to the bytes from Crooked Still, very clean sound. Like it. I'll order a CD.
One of my favorite movies. And if I had more hair, I too would be a Dapper Dan Man.floydp said:Speaking of bluegrass. I really liked this..
Victor Wooten rocks. I have his album, What Did He Say. :bxTheSmokingHiker said:Hmm...new music. I havent been listening to too much enw music lately. Here are some bands I have been listening to a lot lately...
Victor Wooten - As a bass player, this never gets old
*eye starts twitching*FunkyPorcini said:I'll have to download that off the internet as soon as possible.
Nah I heard they sucklunaractive is #1, dudes!!! the rest can :fu
HIKER! You serious? Wow i have been following Blindside since Tooth and Nail days, I am not too into their newest cd, but i have sen them live a couple times and I love'em. You played with them huh- that's so cool, you lucky lucky bastard.Blindside - we played with them a few years ago, and I really like them now.
AmenKingMeatyHand said:*eye starts twitching*
Older Artists new music:
Stray Cats - Rumble in Brixton. Not exactly new tunes, but new release, plus Brian Setzer just rocks.