Hell yeah. These guys made the short list of my Best Albums of 2009 with their debut album, ‘Heavy Days’. I will definitely be paving a path to one of their gigs in Austin. Their live shows are reportedly not to be missed.
3/17 – the Longbranch (12:15am Impose Magazine & Famous Class Showcase)
3/18 – Emos Annex (1:20pm Soundcheck Party)
3/18 – Pizza Guys Pizza (TBA at The Best Damn Day of Duo’s Ever)
3/19 – Karibu’s (3pm)
3/19 – Club 1808 (5pm Chaos In Tejas Party)
3/19 – Club 1808 (7pm Texas Size Headache)
3/20 – The Mohawk (9:30pm Panache Booking Showcase)
3/21 – Beerland (TBA Panache Finale Party)
Have I told you how much I love Jeff The Brotherhood yet? The Nashville-based garage rock duo hooked me with the Jeffro Tull drum set slogan, then sealed the deal with their relentless garage punk. Their LP “Heavy Days” is out now on Infinity Cat Records.
Jeffro Tull. I like this guy’s style and this video. This song is the first single off of JEFF the Brotherhood’s “Heavy Days” album, due out October 13. The Nashville-based group is known for their uncontrolled live show and “we’ll play anywhere” attitude. So if that’s got you curious, be sure to check them out tonight at 21 Grams in Oakland.