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Gore Gore Girls Live at Amoeba

Our friends at Amoeba Music in Hollywood have posted three videos of the Gore Gore Girls playing live at the store a few weeks back! Check 'em out below and go to the Amoeba site for tons of other cool stuff.

"Fight Fire" (Golliwogs cover)

"Sweet Potato"

"You Lied To Me"

Gore Gore Girls In-Studio Performance for Hear Ya

The fine bloggers and Bloodshot boosters over at HearYa have posted another can't-miss live in-studio with Detroit hellions the Gore Gore Girls. Go here to hear live versions of "Pleasure Unit" and "Fox In A Box" off Get The Gore as well as a recording of the previously unreleased "Buried and Dead"!

Ha Ha Tonka Live Downloads on eMusic

Ha Ha Tonka's live in-studio performance for HearYa is available to download for FREE through eMusic! Check out live versions of five tracks off Buckle In The Bible Belt and download them for free here!






Ha Ha Tonka Live In-Studio on My Old Kentucky Blog

The boys in Ha Ha Tonka recently recorded a live in-studio performance for Sirius Satellite's Blog Radio courtesy of the fine folks at My Old Kentucky Blog! To take a listen to live in-studio recordings of "Up Nights", "Caney Mountain" and "St. Nick on the Fourth In A Fervor", head on over to My Old Kentucky Blog.

Gore Gore Girls meet the Suicide Girls

Here's a great in-depth interview with head Gore Amy on the saucy Suicide Girls website where she covers everything from music and go-go outfits to Karl Marx and Adam Smith! Check it out here!

Complete History, Discography and mp3s

From near their hometown of KC MO, Lawrence.com gives you a full discography, history and some mp3s to listen to.  Bone up on yer Misery Boy factoids here.

Paul Burch video with the LEGEND Ralph Stanley

There's a great video of Paul Burch and the stone cold LEGEND Dr. Ralph Stanley performing "Little Glass Of Wine" from the CD East To West up on CMT.com. To check out the video, go here!

Bottle Rockets live at Old Town School of Folk Music

The Old Town School of Folk Music posted some great video of the performing at Robbie Fulks' Secret Country series, May 20th, 2007! To check out the video, go here!

Blacks Reunion Concert Video

If you missed their electric reunion show at the Empty Bottle, or their super secret pre-show warm up at the Hideout, you can still see and feel a little of what it's like to be at a Blacks show by visiting our friends over at Glorious Noise.

See old concert footage, photographs, and an interview with the band, discussing their history and what brought them to reunite!

In Memory of Moonshine Willy's Nancy Tannenbaum

On Sunday May 13th, 2007 Nancy Tannenbaum, aka Nancy Rideout, original guitarist in Moonshine Willy, was killed in a motorcycle accident in New York City. She swerved to avoid a pedestrian who mysteriously ran onto the West Side highway, was thrown from her bike and died at the scene.

Nancy came into my life before Bloodshot Records was even a gleam in my eye. It was a thrilling, wide-open time when music meant EVERYTHING. Chicago was a city bursting with new, inventive music and this band, Moonshine Willy, was percolating with some sort unnamed mutant aggro-hillbilly punk sound. On stage right was this diminutive, bashful, tight-lipped guitarist with a fearless sound.

She had the impossibly cool rock and roll last name of Rideout---I don't even think I knew her real last name for a couple of years--I just assumed she was born to play music with that name (and would, without much fanfare, thrown DOWN with a nimble, messy, totally intuitive sound that mashed bluegrass, country and rockabilly into something I'd rarely seen played with such innate energy. At times, she even seemed surprised at some of things she was pulling off.

Moonshine Willy signed the first Bloodshot contract in 1994 (suckers!) and we packed a good deal of camaraderie into the next few years. It was a time before it all became a business, before true adulthood and responsibilities wrung some of the pure exhilaration out of our creative endeavors. All of us went to the same clubs, ate breakfast at the same places, saw the same shows, hung out in each others backyards or on each others porches, played softball every week (she was quite the second baseman), soaked in our respective sweat on a drive from Dallas to El Paso in 118 degree heat with a busted AC in the van during the first Willy national tour, and developed a closeness that only comes from such time together in the trenches. We were all essentially living together, we just happened to have different landlords and mailing addresses. I cannot imagine all those shows at Lounge Ax or Wednesday nights at Crash Palace/Delilah's without her.

Our time together was emblematic of a simpler, more fun time--full of close friendships that transcend geography. For me, her passing is a heart-breaking reminder of just how special that time was.

Mostly, though, when I think of Nancy, I remember how so very happy she looked when she was playing.

Rob Miller
Bloodshot Records

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