Preview: New Salty Dogs | Rock Candy

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Preview: New Salty Dogs

Posted By on Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 5:09 PM

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Mark your calendar: Local honky tonk heroes the Salty Dogs celebrate the release of "Brand New Reason," their fourth album and first on Max Recordings, on January 23 at White Water Tavern.

This, best I can figure, is Max's first venture outside of rock. Yay to mixing it up.

Bunch more coming this year from the local label, too:

Dave Raymond & Present Company | Familiar Sting
Dragoon | s/t
The Reds | s/t
The Moving Front | s/t
Grand Serenade | Lake Country
Magic Hassle | s/t

To get you good and ready for the Salty Dogs release party, here's the lead track. There can never be enough songs about preacher's condemning rock 'n' roll.

"Rock and Roll Will Never Stay"


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