Slaughter Beach, Dog

Slaughter Beach, Dog

Solo project of Modern Baseball guitarist/singer, Jake Ewald.

Thin Lips, huh? A rock/roll type indie band who place a whole lot of value on humility, kindness, and erudite riffage. Following their fledgling EP, Divorce Year, with the release of their first full-length record, Riff Hard (Kyle Pulley/ the Headroom, May 2016), Chrissy Tashjian steers Thin Lips down the middle lane of pop sensibility, while simultaneously testing the boundaries of some pretty wild licks, bud; backed by rhythm keepers Michael Tashjian (drums and Chrissy's younger brother), and Kyle Pulley (bass/audio engineer), and auxiliary guitar player, Christopher M. Diehm. 2017 finds the band looking ahead to a European tour and split record release with friends, Modern Baseball and the Superweaks, as well as pre-production for a forthcoming full-length record.

Neil O'Neil is a Nashville based rock/americana musician who grew up on the mean streets of the Chicago suburbs.

He is currently promoting the forthcoming release of his EP "Almost Good Enough." It was tracked at Nashville's premier analog recording studio, Welcome to 1979.

Neil performs with the international touring act, the Protomen, and was the frontman of Cheer Up Charlie Daniels. Hard work, Nashville, and a little luck have afforded him several tremendous opportunities. The highlights include: playing Bonnaroo twice, SXSW twice, Bambozzle, the CMA festival twice, NBN 3 years in a row, Free Press Fest, performing with Tenacious D, recording on Brendan Benson, Abigail Washburn, The Lost Brothers recent albums, and releasing several albums of original material via various projects.

Neil eventually plans to retire from professional music at age 40 and become an exotic dancer.

$13.00 - $15.00



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