E-TIP Records presents Road Home and their new album, Worlds Unknown.
It’s Americana, but more importantly it’s from the center of Texas. It’s Country from a group of Texans who grew up listening to Country at breakfast time. It’s long, back road driving on a daily basis. It’s drip drying, standing next to the Guadalupe River. It’s 100 degrees with a long sleeve shirt on, blue jeans and a hat. It doesn’t cry, and it doesn’t whine. Sure it hurts, and yes it aches. That’s why at the end of the day these Texans relax real hard. This is the authentic sound of a strong work ethic.
They couldn’t find a more comfortable place to host their CD release party than this kicker and biker hangout in Comfort, TX. Road Home will be performing at The Cocky Rooster Bar on Friday, April 19th at 9 pm. Get a copy of the Worlds Unknown CD and spend a rural evening out with Road Home.
E-TIP Records invites you to enjoy a sample of the new album Worlds Unknown, and video of a live Road Home set filmed for Time Warner Cable.
New album coming this Christmas from E-TIP Records.
Tales of Hose Wee Nose: The Best of Tawali
Hear Tawali being returned to the wild on The Casbah.
See a review of MuscleMouth’s performance with Ziggy Marley’s band backing Bob Andy and Freddie McGregor at the Hollywood Bowl, written by Oliver Hall in the L.A. Record. See a clip of the performance on Facebook. MuscleMouth has also begun performing with Jillinda Palmer and has a scheduled performance with her at The Satellite in Los Angeles this coming Friday 10/19/12. See MuscleMouth perform with The Vinyl Stone at Witzend in Venice, CA this Saturday 9/22/12. You can also see MuscleMouth perform occasionally with The House Of Vibe All Stars on Wednesday nights at Harvelle’s in Santa Monica, CA. Listen to Maxim Senin’s Tarantula featuring MuscleMouth and Matt Von Roderick.
Tonight 8/25/12 on KSYM San Antonio 90.1 FM between 7 and 9 PM CST, The Casbah 15th Anniversary radio show gives the band Tawali back to the world. Tawali is Eric Bowles, Jack Sample, Travis Williams, Johnny “Crow” Luna, Beej Shuler, and John “MuscleMouth” Lugo. Rising from the ashes of the defunct Soul Turtle came Tawali, the Cherokee word for punk. Based in San Antonio, TX in 1994 and ’95, the group played 4 to 5 gigs a week in the area. They rooted themselves in the local coffee houses until outgrowing these venues. Zoey’s coffee house asked Tawali not to come back, when their last gig produced broken windows, burned furniture, holes in the wooden floor, 400 kids taking over the place and not much coffee sold. Everybody paid the cover. Jim Beal of the San Antonio Express News described Tawali’s sound as eclectic, a mixture of funk/ punk/ blues/ hip-hop/ reggae/ rock/ and acid-jazz. The lost Tawali tapes have been unearthed. The spell has been broken. There are rumors of a Tawali rebirth, as well as a “Best Of” album. Stay tuned to E-TIP Records, and listen to Tawali tonight on the 15th anniversary of The Casbah, on KSYM 90.1 in San Antonio, 7 to 9 PM CST.
In other E-TIP news, John “MuscleMouth” Lugo performed to a sold out Hollywood Bowl on 7/15/12 with Ziggy Marley’s band backing Bob Andy and Freddie McGregor, opening for Ziggy Marley himself as well as Toots and The Maytals.
E-TIP Records is taking over the globe, one mile at a time.
John “MuscleMouth” Lugo has a scheduled trombone performance at the Hollywood Bowl with the Legends of Reggae tour this Sunday 7/15/2012 at 7 pm. On the schedule to perform are Toots and the Maytals, Ziggy Marley, Maxi Priest, Freddie McGregor and Bob Andy, with Jeremy Sole hosting.
It’s good to have E-TIP Records on your side of the game.