Last week, the nationally syndicated NPR show "Here and Now" aired a great interview with Justin. He talks about the inspirations for a lot of the material on Harlem River Blues, his move from Nashville to NYC, and they play several tracks.
Today's a big day 'round here, yessir. Justin released his new album Harlem River Blues today and the word is already rolling out: It rules!
From eMusic: "Earle swings for the fences on his latest album and delivers his finest collection yet."
From Yahoo!: "...capitalize on the promise Earle showed on his previous releases and push him to a new level...[he]...Read more
Today, Richard M Daley announced he would not be seeking re-election in 2012. Thus, Bloodshot's head honcho, Rob Miller, officially announces his candidacy:
ROB MILLER'S MAYORAL PLATFORM
• Outlawing AND ENFORCING WITH EXTREME PREJUDICE the use of cells and texting while driving.
• No more statues of sports figures until they are offset by musical...Read more
A few weeks ago, we told you that, for some reason, Ha Ha Tonka was going to play a festival in NYC sponsored by Playboy.
Well, it happened. Check out THIS video of them singing Hangman.
Now, the levels of weirdness and hilarity watching this are many. First off, nothing says "SEXY" like a traditional song about hanging. Also,...Read more