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Brokedown In Bakersfield, featuring Nicki Bluhm, The Mother Hips’ Tim Bluhm, Scott Law and ALO’s Dan Lebowitz, Steve Adams and Dave Brogan will soon release a live album.
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Brokedown in Bakersfield is a collective of acclaimed West Coast artists joining forces in a spirited tribute to the Bakersfield sound: California country music made raw and rocking, spiked with twang and sweetened with heartfelt harmonies. First appearing to hundreds of music fans on a sunny Saturday morning at the 2011 High Sierra Music Festival, the group features Lebo (pedal steel); Scott Law (Telecaster); singer Nicki Bluhm (of Gramblers fame); Tim Bluhm of the Mother Hips (vocals, acoustic guitar); and the ALO rhythm section of Steve Adams and Dave Brogan. Drawing from the powerful songbooks of Merle Haggard, Buck Owens, Gram Parsons and more, Brokedown in Bakersfield showcases the striking songwriting and instrumentation of guitar-slinging country sounds that added oil to the Dust Bowl life of ’60s-era Southern California — on the road, in the truck, out the back, and at the honky tonk.
The soundtrack for ‘Echo In The Canyon’ features music from and inspired by the documentary film from Jakob Dylan, Neil Young, Beck, Cat Power, Jade Castrinos and more. Jakob Dylan & Jade Castrinos’ “Go Where You Wanna Go” is the soundtrack’s first single.
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