March 23rd, 2014
Lets take a break and get our minds off of things what do you say?
Take a journey with some new alternative music on this episode with host Joe Dunn!
We are pleased to announce "Radio Hour Showcase" This is a special feature where we take an in-depth view on one particular band and their music.
On this episode we take an in-depth look of The Forty Nineteen's new album "Spin-It".
The Forty Nineteens Bio:
Based in Temecula CA, The Forty Nineteens' sound was forged in LA's late '80's underground scene. During those days, John and Nick (transplants from Detroit and Pittsburgh) were in The Leonards and Mary's Danish. Chuck played with Orange County punks US Bombs. The Forty Nineteens can be described as Garage Rock, Americana, with a Motor City power plant and good-time raucousness.
Their new disk SPIN IT ups the sonic ante by building upon harmonies explored on their 2012 debut 'No Expiration Date.' That release was accurately described as a modern take on the 80's Garage Rock, Pop/Punk, Americana sound. It was also listed in several best of 2012 lists, and was heard on commercial, college, and international radio. SPIN IT continues the bond between the band and producer (ex-The Mighty Lemon Drops) David Newton. His British Pop sensibilities are a perfect fit for the Forty Nineteens Garage/Pop sound. Stevie Wonder sideman Kevin McCourt is back with his Hammond/Farfisa punch. Paul du Gre (Peter Gabriel, X, Los Lobos) returns to master their sophomore release on Heyday Records. The band just joined up with Kool Kat Musik for international distribution, and will be heard this year in the political thriller The Algerian.
Band Website - http://thefortynineteens.com/home
Twitter - https://twitter.com/FortyNineteens
Make sure to visit their website for a free download of their single "Modern Romance"
Until Next Time...
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