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Honey Island Swamp Band Honey Island Swamp Band ? ? Menu News Tour Bio Video Listen Music Contact EPK Socialize Store BIO The Honey Island Swamp Band Brings a Sledgehammer to Demolition Day Out April 29 During Jazz Fest In New Orleans “They’re irresistible by their name alone…” – Elmore Think The Band’s Big Pink album and add a splash of hot sauce with Willin’ by Little Feat – this group of New Orleans vagabonds nails it. New Orleans, LA or San Francisco, CA– From the pristine waters of the Honey Island Swamp, to the vibrant streets of New Orleans, to the hazy corner of Haight-Asbury in San Francisco, this band has endured devastation, relocation, and revitalization. A group whose sound has been tagged “Bayou Americana,” the Honey Island Swamp Band takes the hammer to the nail with the help of producer Luther Dickinson, and presents Demolition Day to the world April 29 on Ruf Records. This album marks the 10-year anniversary of the Honey Island Swamp Band, which formed in San Francisco, CA via New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina displaced the founding members. With little hope of returning to their beloved city, the band channeled the blues and emotions of their circumstances to develop a soulful style and sound that critics have compared to legendary Blues-Roots-Rock Artists such as The Allman Brothers, Little Feat and The Band. Recording at the Parlor Studio in New Orleans, Honey Island Swamp Band teams up with producer/musician Luther Dickinson of the North Mississippi Allstars to capture a rhythm and a feel born straight from the heart of Americana. The album features a host of New Orleans finest musicians, including guest appearances by keyboardist Ivan Neville and Tab Benoit on pedal steel. “Their all encompassing sound of blues, roots, country, and soul has been described as “Bayou Americana.” – No Depression “We’ve always wanted to record to two-inch tape, to get that old analog sound,” says bandleader Aaron Wilkinson, “and this was our first opportunity to make it happen. Luther was the perfect producer to help us nail that old-school, authentic sound. He was great at keeping us focused on the spirit of each performance, not getting bogged down in details and perfectionism. That’s what we were looking for and what we needed.” After all, polish isn’t necessary when you’re working with songs this strong. Across its eleven cuts, Demolition Day tips a hat to most of the great American genres, while adding the Honey Island Swamp Band’s inimitable thumbprint. There’s the spring-heeled slide-blues of “Ain’t No Fun”, the upbeat funk of “Head High Water Blues”, the cat-house piano and country-fried guitars of “How Do You Feel”. But then, on the emotional flipside, there’s also the reflective wah-guitar lilt of “Say It Isn’t True”, the mournful funeral-jazz slow-burn of “No Easy Way” and the heart-in-mouth acoustic confessional of “Katie”. “We’re diverse and complex people,” explains Chris Mule, the band’s guitarist, “and our audiences are as well. So we try to let our music reflect that.” Drawing from their diverse backgrounds, the band’s lyrical content is quite colorful. “They really are all over the map,” Aaron explains of the topics explored on Demolition Day. “Some are rooted in reality and personal experience. “Head High Water Blues” is a look back at the Hurricane Katrina experience now that ten years has passed. Much has been rebuilt, but much has not and never will be – and the song is more about the emotional scars that can never be fully erased. Others are just fiction and storytelling. We had the music for “Through Another Day”, and it sounded sort of old and epic and Southern, and that inspired this Civil War-era storyline that became the lyrics. Others are just sort of playful nonsense about life and relationships, like “Watch And Chain.” Demolition Day is about rebuilding more than tearing down. It’s about a renewal of purpose, reflected through powerful lyrics and stories, great slide guitar on top of deep bass and rhythms that continue to move the foundation that the band was built upon. New Orleans has a deep well of music, and that well has no rules – the only boundaries are the ones that we place on ourselves. On Demolition Day, the Honey Island Swamp Band breaks these boundaries to deliver a sound so relevant and honest that even in the darkest of days – like the violent storm that brought this group of musicians together – Demolition Day still shines brightly. Meet The Honey Island Swamp Band: Aaron Wilkinson – mandolin, guitar, harmonica, vocals Chris Mulé – guitar, vocals Sam Price – bass, vocals Garland Paul – drums, vocals Trevor Brooks – keyboards Tour Bandsintown Music Demolition Day Released: iTunes/Amazon – April 1, In Stores – April 29 Ruf Records 1. How Do You Feel (4:50) 2. Head High Water Blues (4:07) 3. No Easy Way (5:50) 4. Medicated (4:15) 5. Watch and Chain (4:10) 6. Katie (2:53) 7. Ain’t No Fun (4:01) 8. She Goes Crazy (5:35) 9. Through Another Day (5:50) 10. Say It Isn’t True (4:06) 11. Devil’s Den (6:24) Think The Band’s Big Pink album and add a splash of hot sauce with Willin’ by Little Feat – this group of New Orleans vagabonds nails it. New Orleans, LA or San Francisco, CA. From the pristine waters of the Honey Island Swamp, to the vibrant streets of New Orleans, to the hazy corner of Haight-Asbury in San Francisco, this band has endured devastation, relocation, and revitalization. A group whose sound has been tagged “Bayou Americana,” the Honey Island Swamp Band takes the hammer to the nail with the help of producer Luther Dickinson, and presents Demolition Day to the world April 29 on Ruf Records.BUY NOW Pre-Order on ITUNES ? http://tinyurl.com/gubgyvk Pre-Order on AMAZON ? http://tinyurl.com/gqjqp58 Video Listen Want to listen to more Honey Island Swamp Band? Contact Booking: Kevin Hopkins Intrepid Artists International / Charlotte, NC kevin@intrepidartists.com (704) 358-4777 http://www.intrepidartists.com Publicity: Michelle Roche Michelle Roche Media Relations / Athens, GA michelle@michelleroche.com (706) 353-3244 http://michelleroche.com {EPK aka Electronic Press Kit – Click HERE!} Record Label: Harris Rea Louisiana Red Hot Records / New Orleans, LA redhotharris@gmail.com (504) 378-0588 http://louisianaredhotrecords.com Management & General Information: Aaron Wilkinson / New Orleans, LA honeyislandswampband@gmail.com (504) 858-3244 Website: Double Down Music adam@doubledown-music.com (503) 780-7326 http://www.doubledown-music.com News Crawfest at Betty Virginia Park – Shreveport, LA – March 25 February 21, 2017 SHREVEPORT, La. – Betty Virginia Park is gearing up for the inaugural Crawfest 2017. The festival will take place from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. Saturday, March 25. The event is free and is the first of its kind to be held in the historic park. Crawfish boiled onsite by Shane’s Acadiana of Shreveport will […] Honey Island Swamp Band to play French Quarter Festival 2017! January 25, 2017 French Quarter Festival is ded...

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