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This Week's Mystery Theme [almost] 12 Pack: Southern Rock
1. Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama
2. The Outlaws - Green Grass & High Tides
3. The Black Crowes - Hard To Handle
4. 38 Special - Hold On Loosely
5. Blackfoot - Train, Train
6. ZZ Top - Tush
7. The Allman Brothers - Whipping Post
8. Molly Hatchet - Flirtin' With Disaster
9. Stevie Ray Vaughan - Crossfire
10. The Charlie Daniels Band - The Devil Went Down To Georgia
...and our final Grand Tour song, which was part of the 12-Pack but not part of the theme:
The Who - Eminence Front
Can you feel it? That's right - spring is almost here! To help bring in the new season, we've got your Artist of the Month for March, Downtown Harvest. You may remember them from their appearance on the Local Shots: Volume 3 compilation. Their live shows are few and far between nowadays, but never fear: we've got them on the bill for our WINTER ENDER BENDER, along with John The Conqueror, Black Stars and Cold Roses! This is happening at The Ardmore Music Hall on Friday, March 28th - get tickets in advance here.
Today we played the track off that Local Shots disc (#throwback!) called "Hurry Before Worry". Check out more from Downtown Harvest on their website or the Artist of the Month page, and RSVP to the Winter Ender Bender Facebook event. See ya on the 28th!
If you're looking for a band with some reggae, some rock and some funk, look no further than today's Local Shots podcast. The band is Yeah Son!, a band that boast family ties with brother/sister duo Julio and Melissa sharing vocal duties. Check out the song "Terrified", give their Facebook page a Like, and see them at the M Room on Girard Avenue next Saturday March 8th.
The Local Shots Artist of the Month for February is John The Conqueror! Each song of theirs is a "blend of the southern rock from their childhoods, the punk of their adolescence and the blues and soul they had always held closely". In other words, it's awesome. Learn more by following them on Twitter and Facebook, and of course you can stream their music anytime on the Artist of the Month page.
Today we played "Get 'Em" the lead track on JTC's brand new record The Good Life, which was released yesterday. Make sure you check 'em out at our WINTER ENDER BENDER at The Ardmore Music Hall on 3/28 - more info on that here!