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by on Mar.27, 2013, under Uncategorized

GRANT LEE BUFFALO NEWS! I’m excited to announce that Grant Lee Buffalo have a new live album – Live At The Royal Festival Hall. After more than fifteen years apart, Singer-guitarist Grant Lee Phillips, bassist Paul Kimble, and myself have re-kindled the ferocious energy that brought us together so many years ago. Recorded live in London in 2011, this is the first full length live recording we’ve ever released. Jupiter & Teardrop, Bethlehem Steel, Lonestar Song and Fuzzy are among the nineteen songs captured on Live At The Royal Festival Hall. Best, Joey

Available as a digital download at a special full album price, you can hear it now at:

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Rusty Truck-Rolling Stone

by on Mar.18, 2013, under Uncategorized

Mark Seliger usually spends his time behind the camera; through the years, he’s shot such iconic artists as the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and Kurt Cobain. However, Seliger also finds himself on the other side of the lens occasionally as the frontman of the country group Rusty Truck. Now you can hear the band’s new track, “Rattle Trucks,” in which Seliger drapes yearning, melancholy vocals over wandering slide guitars, reaching deep into country and western traditions.

“Rattle Trucks” is on Rusty Trucks’ forthcoming second album, Kicker Town, out June 18th on Crosseyed Music.

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Rusty Truck Capture the Essence of Rural Beauty

by on Mar.18, 2013, under Uncategorized

Rusty Truck are a pleasing country band fronted by a guy who’s more used to being behind a camera than in front of a microphone. But oddly enough, Mark Seliger is still in the business of capturing vivid, thought-provoking images.

Formerly chief photographer for Rolling Stone magazine, Seliger has a lifetime of experience making celebrities like President Obama, Kurt Cobain and Bob Dylan speak through a camera lens. With Rusty Truck, he records songs that paint pictures with sound.

On “Rattle Trucks,” the first single of the band’s second album, Kicker Town, Seliger colors a landscape with the dreamy wafting of acoustic instruments and rural images. Dust rises behind an old farm truck as it lumbers down a bumpy tractor path with golden fields of wheat flowing gently with the wind on either side. At least, that’s what I saw. See what takes shape for you with Rusty Truck’s “Rattle Trucks.”

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03/04/13 – Rusty Truck

by on Mar.04, 2013, under Live

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