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Release Day Picks this week highlights new albums by Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite, The Voidz and The Drunken Hearts.
Listen to “Broken Things,” the new single off The Drunken Hearts’ forthcoming full-length debut, ‘The Prize.’
Listen to “Tear My Heart Out” – a brand new studio track from Colorado-based The Drunken Hearts.
Tomorrow, The Drunken Hearts will issue a new EP entitled ‘Love & Thirst’ and today JamBase is pleased to exclusively premiere a single from the EP “Highs.”
YarmonyGrass hosts The Drunken Hearts document the 10th annual festival high in the Colorado Rockies
About The Drunken Hearts
Rockin’ performances around the West have folks buzzing on The Drunken Hearts. The band’s fiery sound was forged on Colorado’s high peaks and river banks. The band is comprised of guys from different walks of life, however it was Colorado and her allure that brought the band together. The Drunken Hearts honest brand of rockin’ alternative Americana resonates with audiences. Their sound has truly evolved over the course of a few years. They fearlessly bottle a tempestuous, yet smoky flavor of music – infusing spirited vocals with electric and acoustic guitars, fiddle, bass, lap steel and drums. This Spring the band’s releasing their 2nd studio EP, produced by Grammy winner Rob Eaton – Dark Star Orchestra.
Pigeons Playing Ping Pong had plenty of treats in store for their five sets at the 10th annual Domefest, which was held at Marvin’s Mountaintop this past weekend.
Drummer Joe Russo plays most of the instruments and wrote most of the material found on his surprise new solo album ‘phér•bŏney.’
Watch five amazing ‘Classroom Instrument’ covers from the ‘Tonight Show,’ featuring Jimmy Fallon, The Roots and special guests.
Listen to Chris Cornell’s perfect isolated vocals on Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun.”
Phish keyboardist Page McConnell celebrates his 56th birthday today, watch him performing with members of the Grateful Dead.