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St. Paul & the Broken Bones – Jessica Hernandez & the Delta’s

August 4th, 2014

St. Paul & the cracked Bones – Jessica Hernandez & the Delta’s
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St. Paul & the cracked Bones

Paul Janeway: lead vox

Jesse Phillips: bass

Browan Lollar: guitars, vox

Allen Branstetter: trumpet

Andrew Lee: drums, percussion

Ben Griner: trombone, tuba

Al Gamble: tips

Grit, elemental rhythm, tight-as-a-drumhead playing, and a profound level of feeling:
they’re the promises of a good soul musical organization. And St. Paul & The Broken Bones deliver
on those claims.

Half The City is the compelling full-length solitary Lock/Thirty Tigers first associated with
Birmingham, Alabama-based sextet, that have currently produced a maelstrom of interest
along with their roof-raising live shows and self-released four-song 2012 EP. Made by Ben
Tanner of Alabama Shakes, and recorded and mixed within the storied R&B mecca of
Muscle Shoals, Alabama, the record harkens back to the region’s classic heart roots while
expanding the shape with electrifying strength.

Front man Paul Janeway’s handle “St. Paul” is a wry allusion on vocalist’s grounding
within the church. Like many a legendary heart singer, Janeway, a native associated with tiny city of
Chelsea, Alabama, grew up regarding gospel part, in a non-denominational, Pentecostalleaning
neighborhood church. Virtually no non-religious music could be heard in their devout
household. Janeway claims, “The just secular music that we heard anyway was a ‘70s group
called the Stylistics, and Sam Cooke. Which was about this. The remainder of it ended up being all gospel
music. Once I ended up being about 10 years old, I was groomed become a minister. My goal in life
until I Became about 18 yrs . old would be to be a preacher.”

He adds, “My pastor was the main reason that we learned to relax and play guitar. They would I want to play
electric guitar and sing in church. What was weird was that he would not allow me to sing lead – I’d
sing history vocals. I thought, ‘Well, maybe I’m simply a great background
vocalist.’ And so I never ever thought i possibly could really, really sing, at all. We never ever thought it would be a
living, ever.”

Though his amount of time in the church exposed Janeway to key impacts in gospel music – the
Mighty Clouds of Joy, Alex Bradford, Clay Evans – he started moving away from his
youthful path in their belated teenagers. He began attending available mic nights in Birmingham’s
clubs and diversified his listening, excited by some decidedly left-of-center talents. “Tom
Waits and Nick Cave were the truly big tourist attractions,” he states. “They have that passion.
They’ve built this aura. They’re showmen toward teeth. And that’s just what got me – it is like
going to church, in a weird method. At comparable time, I began playing the fantastic
soul singers like Otis Redding, James Carr, and O.V. Wright. I Became looking for
something that made my earbuds tingle.”

Seeking his musical comfort zone, Janeway had an incongruous stint in a band that
played Led Zeppelin covers, but, he confesses today, “That’s not what I do.” However,
their early work in the rock vein brought him as well as bassist Jesse Phillips. The set
became close friends and had been quickly writing together; “Sugar Dyed,” “Broken Bones and
Pocket Change,” and “That Glow,” all heard on Half the town, were among the first fruits
of these collaboration.

Others members regarding the Broken Bones are typical drawn from Alabama’s deep talent pool.
Guitarist Browan Lollar, through the strength Shoals area about 100 miles north of
Birmingham, formerly played with Jason Isbell’s 400 product. “We never ever thought Browan
would ever be thinking about this musical organization – he had been too big-time for all of us,” states Janeway.

“Jesse had met him while he had been on tour with another band out of Birmingham. He
asked Browan to come to the studio, and he arrived. I think we caught him on
right time. He had beenn’t busy, and he said, ‘Man, i truly want to be part of this.’”
Jasper, Alabama, native Andrew Lee finalized on via their acquaintance with Phillips. “We
just picked him on how you can the studio,” Janeway recalls. “Jesse said, ‘i am aware this
man, why don’t i simply call him.’ And half an hour later, he’s sitting here playing drums on
‘Sugar Dyed.’ Andrew’s simply a hell of a drummer.” Brass players Allen Branstetter and
Ben Griner are both graduates regarding the music program at Birmingham’s Samford
University. Janeway says his eyesight of the musical organization always required a two-man horn
area, a la the celebrated Memphis Horns, in which he approached Griner, although the
latter’s primary instrument ended up being tuba. “I told Ben, ‘Man, I’ve got to have horns. Do you think
you can play trombone?’ He said, ‘I’ll offer it an attempt.’ And he brought Allen with him.”
All six users share writing credit on 10 regarding the tracks on Half the town, with Janeway
contributing words. “We securely believe in a shared, communal writing process,” the singer
claims. “These dudes are extremely talented. The drummer had written horn components. Browan tossed
one thing in. It’s very collective. We just be in an area. Sometimes we’ll have the scales
for a song, or often we’ll have this small riff. That’s how we do it.”

In Tanner — who logged time at Muscle Shoals’ aptly named FAME Studios, where
scores of memorable heart records had been cut — St. Paul plus the cracked Bones discovered a
like-minded producer and label employer. Half the town is probably the very first releases on Single
Lock Records, the imprint co-founded by Tanner, John Paul White regarding the Civil Wars, and
Will Trapp.

“whenever we began getting cranked up and no one really knew whom the hell we were, we
got Ben to combine our original four-song EP,” says Janeway. “We simply hit it off. He stated,
‘Hey, guys, I’m in the process of beginning this label. Obviously you can say no, but we’d
love for you to be an integral part of it.’ And we stated, ‘Hell, yeah.’”

Reaching right back almost 50 years to techniques used the truly amazing epoch of deep Southern
soul, Tanner and also the group eschewed studio trickery for an in-the-moment approach
during sessions within Nutthouse in Muscle Shoals, AL. Fittingly, the record album ended up being blended at
FAME. Janeway explains, “We said, ‘We’re carrying this out because old-school even as we can.’ We did
it to tape. We made it happen live. What you hear is taken from around three provides, and now we took the
most useful take. I enjoy it. It’s natural. You hear all the scrapes.” Special guests include Al Gamble
upon piano, organ and wurlitzer, Daniel Stoddard on pedal metal, Jamie Harper on baritone
sax and Tanner on piano, organ and background vocals.

Half the town – vital, direct, emotionally impacting – gift suggestions equivalent engaged, highvoltage,
in-the-pocket sound that St. Paul & The Broken Bones produce at their real time
dates, where Janeway’s extroverted doing style enraptures his audiences.

“I’m going to be dancing, getting back in the aisles, climbing on tables,” he states. “That’s just
the way in which we do it. It certainly takes me personally back again to church. There’s few people like going difference. Whenever
I log in to stage, it’s, ‘All right, it is time to pour it on.’”

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Washington, United States

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Taxi Driver (Boston) – Broken Heroes NJ Oi! – Drug Shock – The Damn Garrison – Hardtime

May 15th, 2013

Taxi Driver (Boston) – Broken Heroes NJ Oi! – Drug Shock – The Damn Garrison – Hardtime
Event on 2013-06-08 15:00:00
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at Midway Cafe
3496 Washington Street
Jamaica Plain, United States

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Washington Monument Is Broken! Is America Also?

April 22nd, 2013

Decision Time has come and America has got turn back to God! http://www.paulbegleyprohecy.com and also http://my.blogtalkradio.com/coming-apocalypse and the …
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Mirror Travel, Broken Water, Ghetto Ghouls, SUR

March 31st, 2013

Mirror Travel, Broken Water, Ghetto Ghouls, SUR
Event on 2013-05-06 21:00:00

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Austin, United States

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Mr. Mister – Broken Wings

November 29th, 2012

Mr. Mister - Broken Wings

Emotion 98.3

Title says all
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The old, and broken, radio back in place

November 9th, 2011

Some cool Music Radio images:

The old, and broken, radio back in place
Music Radio
Image by mercuryvapour
Can’t really be seen clearly, but the display on the radio is completely goosed, making it impossible to put the security code in.

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Son Skull, Milk Music, The Living, Daylights, Blood Bones, Western Hymn, Dance!! Attack!!, Sedan, White Boss, Gun Outfit, Joey Casio, Sun is a Pyramid (?), Broken Water, Black Virgin, It’s All Gotta Go

June 21st, 2011

Some cool FM Washington images:

Son Skull, Milk Music, The Living, Daylights, Blood Bones, Western Hymn, Dance!! Attack!!, Sedan, White Boss, Gun Outfit, Joey Casio, Sun is a Pyramid (?), Broken Water, Black Virgin, It’s All Gotta Go
FM Washington
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Artist: ?

Jonetta Rose Radio
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Super Crazy Awesome Cozmo Disco Ball
FM Washington
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Broken Social Scene Tours in Fall

May 17th, 2011

Broken Social Scene Tours in Fall

Toronto-based indie group, Broken Social Scene, released a new album called Forgiveness Rock Record earlier this year, and have been on tour in promotion of the album since May. They will return to North America this fall to perform over thirty dates across the U.S. and Canada.

Headed by Kevin Drew and Brendan Canning, this is the first album from Broken Social Scene in five years. Although the band size has slimmed down over the years, in true Broken Social Scene fashion, the tour will feature a series of guests. Among them are Amy Millan, Fiest, and Emily Haines, along with band members from Tortoise and Do Make Say Think.

The North American leg of the tour kicks off at Byham Theatre in Philadelphia on September 8, and will close out at the Imperial Du Quebec in Quebec on December 19.

For Broken Social Scene tickets, visit Ticketmaster.com or ShowTimeTickets.com, where we are never sold out!

For tour dates, check the listings below. Continue to check back with us for information on other upcoming concerts in your area.

Canada Tour Dates:
Oct 6 – Winnipeg Broken Social Scene Tickets
Oct 7 – Saskatoon Broken Social Scene Tickets
Oct 8 – Calgary Broken Social Scene Tickets
Oct 9 – Edmonton Broken Social Scene Tickets
Oct 10 – Kelowna Broken Social Scene Tickets
Oct 13 – Vancouver Broken Social Scene Tickets
Oct 14 – Vancouver Broken Social Scene Tickets
Dec 16 – Ottawa Broken Social Scene Tickets
Dec 18 – Montreal Broken Social Scene Tickets
Dec 19 – Quebec Broken Social Scene Tickets

U.S. Tour Dates:
Sep 8 – Pittsburgh Broken Social Scene Tickets
Sep 9 – Asheville Broken Social Scene Tickets
Sep 10 – Raleigh Broken Social Scene Tickets
Sep 11 – Richmond Broken Social Scene Tickets
Sep 13 – Washington DC Broken Social Scene Tickets
Sep 14 – Philadelphia Broken Social Scene Tickets

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