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Kingsborough - The Night, The Grind, And The Woes (2015)

22-01-2015, 15:30
Music | Blues | Rock

Kingsborough - The Night, The Grind, And The Woes (2015)

Artist: Kingsborough
Title Of Album: The Night, The Grind, And The Woes
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Blues/Rock/Americana
Label: Self Produced
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 38:46
Total Size: 90 Mb

1. Till The Road Ends (3:36)
2. Can't Be Wrong (3:33)
3. County Line (3:52)
4. Day Dream (4:45)
5. Disco (3:46)
6. Little Miss (3:06)
7. Mr. Wind (4:18)
8. Stir The Beast (3:39)
9. Sinner (4:30)
10. Call It Home (3:38)

Fresh off of their festival debut at BottleRock Napa Valley 2014, KINGSBOROUGH has been creating an electric buzz with their modern twist on classic-soulful rock n’ roll. One glimpse of KINGSBOROUGH in action is enough to make any listener instantly addicted to their sound. BAM Magazine describes their BottleRock performance as, “rocking it like the big boys used to…in the same way that Springsteen has always done.”

From the stage to the studio, this independent group of musicians reflects the old school “working band” mentality with a heavy focus on raw performance. Their vast array of influences ranging from Creedence Clearwater Revival and The Doobie Brothers to Jack White and The Kings of Leon creates a sound that is familiar yet undefinable. Their first full-length album, The Night, The Grind and The Woes (release January 20, 2015), is being produced by Grammy Award winner, Jason Carmer (Third Eye Blind, Run DMC, Korn, Chuck Prophet, The Donnas).

Hometowm: Santa Rosa, CA

Members: Billy Kingsborough (Lead Vocals/ Guitar), Alex Leach (Guitar/ Backup Vocals), Chris Mangione (Bass/ Backup Vocals), John Whitney (Drums/ Backup Vocals)

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