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RELEASE: CD Release Event to Benefit Animal Shelter

The Whiskey Shambles - CD Release / STAF Benefit Poster (crop)

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MEDIA CONTACTS:

Mary Beth Weaver
Brave New Voice
press@bravenewvoice.com
760-459-7880

Brother James
Whiskey Shambles
james@whiskeyshambles.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

The Whiskey Shambles
Rock Out to Save the Animals (Foundation)

Local Blues/Rock Quartet’s CD Release Event to Benefit Animal Shelter in Madisonville

CINCINNATI, OH – October 16, 2014:  Cincinnati blues-rock band The Whiskey Shambles is hosting a CD release event for their new album “Loose Change for a Broken Man” at 9pm on Saturday, November 15 at The Drinkery in Over-the-Rhine. Local electronic rock band JetLab will be opening the show, and other guest appearances will be announced soon. “This will be more than just a CD release show,” said Shambles bassist Brother James. “We’re throwing a party, and inviting some special friends to perform with us. But it’s also a fundraiser to help a local no-kill animal shelter, so there is a lot to be excited about.”

The Whiskey Shambles have been performing around Cincinnati and on the road for about two years, but already have a few accolades under their belts, including a Cincinnati Entertainment Award nomination for Best Blues Band, as well as being selected as the winners of the Northeast Ohio Blues Association’s Blues Challenge, which qualifies the band to represent the organization at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis in 2015.

With two EPs already released (2012 and 2014), “Loose Change for a Broken Man” is The Whiskey Shambles’ first full-length album. The CD includes mostly original songs, written by lead singer and guitarist Nathan Singer, as well as a few re-imagined renditions of traditional songs (Keep your Lamps) Trimmed and Burning and Knoxville Girl, as well as Memphis Slim’s classic Mother Earth.

The CD release show is free and open to the public, but a $5 donation at the door is suggested to benefit Cincinnati’s Save The Animals Foundation (STAF). “My wife Anneliese and I have been volunteering at STAF for years,” said Whiskey Shambles drummer Aaron Tyree. “And everyone in the band has pets that have been rescued, so this is a cause that’s near and dear to all of us.” The band is also raffling off a customized (“Shambled”) bass guitar, with proceeds benefiting the organization.

EVENT DETAILS:
Name:  Whiskey Shambles CD Release Concert
Live Music by:
The Whiskey Shambles – http://192.138.189.151/~h2d3c6y2z6w9g3j5
JetLab – http://facebook.com/JetLabmusic
Album:  “Loose Change for a Broken Man”
Date:  Saturday, November 15, 2014
Time:  Doors 8:00pm, Music 9:00pm
Venue:  The Drinkery – http://www.drinkeryotr.com
Address:  1150 Main St. Cincinnati, OH 45202
Admission:  FREE SHOW, OPEN TO PUBLIC, $5 donation requested
Benefiting:  Save the Animals Foundation – http://staf.org


MEDIA ALERT:

The Whiskey Shambles are available for interviews and on-air performances, prior to the event.

We are currently scheduling live, in-studio appearances (radio and television) between now and the event.  With enough notice, animals from the shelter may be available to take part in the appearance.

Reporters, photographers, and videographers are encouraged to attend the event.


About THE WHISKEY SHAMBLES:

The Whiskey Shambles are an original garage rock/basement blues band from Cincinnati, OH, formed in 2012 by Nathan Singer, of Starshaker and Absinthium fame, and Brother James, founder of the Cincinnati Entertainment Award-winning blues band Voodoo Puppet.  Their sound has been compared to Screaming Jay Hawkins, The Black Keys, Ten Foot Polecats, The Heavy, Gary Clark Jr., Black Diamond Heavies, and The White Stripes.  They have been described as, “R.L. Burnside and Black Sabbath jamming with Nina Simone in a burned-out rum shack, using opium for incense.”

The Whiskey Shambles logo

The Shambles are currently working their way through the dive bars and juke joints of the Midwest and Rustbelt, with occasional trips to more exotic locales, like Nashville or Buffalo, New Orleans or Asheville, Atlanta or NYC. They won the 2014 Northeast Ohio Blues Challenge, and have been chosen to represent Northeast Ohio Blues Association at the 2015 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN. The Shambles have been nominated for a 2014 Cincinnati Entertainment Award in the Blues category and several of their songs have earned critical acclaim. In 2012 they released the EP, “ONE LAST BLAST: Live at the Mad Frog,” and in September of 2014 they released a second EP, “Stumbling Toward Beale Street.”  Their first full-length album, “Loose Change for a Broken Man,” will be released in November of 2014.

Learn more about The Whiskey Shambles at http://192.138.189.151/~h2d3c6y2z6w9g3j5, including their Press Kit, Music, and Photos.


About SAVE THE ANIMALS FOUNDATION:

Funded entirely by donations and operated solely by volunteers, this no-kill shelter currently homes over 600 dogs and cats, many of whom have been abused, abandoned or literally tossed away. Teams of volunteers work with the animals two shifts a day, 365 days a year, providing them with a safe and caring environment until we can place them in permanent, loving homes. Over the years they have matched thousands of lucky animals with equally lucky families.  More information:  http://staf.org

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RELEASE: Chrome Moses Coming to Cincy June 14

Chrome Moses - Promo Photo

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MEDIA CONTACTS:

Mary Beth Weaver
Brave New Voice
press@bravenewvoice.com
760-459-7880

Brother James
Whiskey Shambles
james@whiskeyshambles.com

T.J. Connolly
Chrome Moses
tjconn@yahoo.com
412-266-4633

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Chrome Moses Coming to Cincy June 14

Pittsburgh-based Rock Trio’s Ohio Tour Hits Cincy and Dayton

CINCINNATI, OH – May 29, 2014:  The Pittsburgh-based rock trio, Chrome Moses, will be in Southwest Ohio the weekend of June 13-14, 2014.  On Friday, June 13, Chrome Moses will headline Canal Public House (in the Oregon District), with support from Dayton’s Salvadore Ross. On Saturday, June 14, Chrome Moses will join Cincinnati’s award-winning, The Whiskey Shambles, at Mainstay Rock Bar (downtown).

Chrome Moses prides itself on being a straight-up, no-nonsense rock group.  “We are a Rock and Roll band. We seriously lay claim to that term,” Chrome Moses’ bassist T.J. Connolly explained in a recent interview for Sound Scene Express, a Pittsburgh-area music blog.  “It describes us best. Our music has a lot of energy and at times some punch. But, we really try to let it swing as well.”

Pairing Chrome Moses with The Whiskey Shambles seemed like a no-brainer, states Shambles’ bassist, Brother James, “We caught these guys in Pittsburgh last summer, and knew they were going places.  We dug their vibe and immediately wanted to do a show with them as soon as they got as far west as Cincinnati.  This show is a perfect match – two hard-hitting bands with a strong blues influence.”

“There is a blues element to our music,” continues Connolly, “we dig Cream and a lot of real deal 50′s and 60′s rock bands, we also love The Strokes and The Clash and Queens of the Stone Age.  [We] always wanted a band that can kind of cut loose.”

The June shows will be Chrome Moses’ Southwest Ohio debut, although they’ve been playing many different venues in Northeast Ohio for some time now.  “I know this is just the beginning,” says Brother James.  “You’re gonna see these guys touring here and all over the Midwest, way more in the future.  This is the show to say, ‘I knew them when…’.”

EVENT DETAILS:
Date/Time:  Saturday, June 14 – 10:00PM
Venue:  Mainstay Rock Bar, 301 W. 5th St. Cincinnati, OH. 45202
Artists:  Chrome Moses (Pittsburgh), The Whiskey Shambles (Cincinnati)
Admission:  NO COVER (21 & up only)

Date/Time:  Friday, June 13 – 9:00PM
Venue:  Canal Public House, 308 E. 1st Street, Dayton OH. 45402
(formerly Canal Street Tavern)
Artists:  Chrome Moses (Pittsburgh), Salvadore Ross (Dayton)
Admission:  $5 COVER (18 & up)


— MEDIA ALERT —

CHROME MOSES WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR INTERVIEWS AND IN-STUDIO PERFORMANCES IN THE CINCINNATI AREA ON SATURDAY, JUNE 14.
PLEASE CONTACT T.J. CONNOLLY TO SCHEDULE:
tjconn@yahoo.com, 412-266-4633


About Chrome Moses:

Chrome Moses is a soulful rock and roll band from Pittsburgh, PA. Chrome Moses’s groove encompasses brawny musicianship and screaming guitar that will enthrall audiences. From your favorite jukejoint to the festival mainstage, Chrome Moses is poised to melt faces and make people sweat. Chrome Moses gives you the hardest fastest rock and roll that is by no means heavy metal. A 50’s groove and a 60’s swagger illustrate the sound of the band: you’ll hear guitars and bass and thumping drums on the two.

Chrome Moses - Promo Photo

“We are a Rock and Roll band. We seriously lay claim to that term. It describes us best. Our music has a lot of energy and at times some punch.  We love the simplicity of a 3 piece rock band, and this is a band that can cut loose.”

MEDIA FOR BROADCAST
Chrome Moses’ music can be heard here, and two singles — Black Hearted Girl andMainline — are available for download and are encouraged to be included in on-air rotation, especially for preview/promotion of these upcoming shows.

MORE INFO
You can also preview their music and get to know the band better through their videosFacebook page, and Twitter feed.

Recent Press:
May 18, 2014 – Sound Scene Express
May 10, 2014 – BOLD Pittsburgh


About The Whiskey Shambles:

The Whiskey Shambles are an original garage rock/basement blues band from Cincinnati, OH, formed in 2012 by Nathan Singer, of Starshaker and Absinthium fame, and Brother James, founder of the Cincinnati Entertainment Award-winning blues band Voodoo Puppet.  Their sound has been compared to Screaming Jay Hawkins, The Black Keys, Ten Foot Polecats, The Heavy, Gary Clark Jr., Black Diamond Heavies, and The White Stripes.  They have been described as, “R.L. Burnside and Black Sabbath jamming with Nina Simone in a burned-out rum shack, using opium for incense.”

In April (2014) they won the Northeast Ohio Blues Association (NEOBA) Blues Challenge are now set to compete in the International Blues Challenge (IBC) in Memphis, TN in January 2015.

The Whiskey Shambles - promo photo - web-sized

The Shambles are currently working their way through the dive bars and juke joints of the Midwest and Rustbelt, with occasional trips to more exotic locales, like Nashville or Buffalo, New Orleans or Asheville, Atlanta or NYC. They won the 2014 Northeast Ohio Blues Challenge, and have been chosen to represent Northeast Ohio at the 2015 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN. The Shambles have been nominated for a 2014 Cincinnati Entertainment Award in the Blues category, CityBeat magazine’s Best of Cincinnati 2014, and several of their song releases have earned critical acclaim. In 2012 they released the EP, “ONE LAST BLAST: Live at the Mad Frog.” Set to release their first LP — “Loose Change for a Broken Man” — in Summer of 2014, they are already working on their second full-length album.

MORE INFO
Learn more about The Whiskey Shambles at WhiskeyShambles.com, including their Press Kit, Music, and Photos.

Recent Press/Reviews:

Nominated: 2014 Cincinnati Entertainment Award

“The dirtiest darkest gritty garage band in town.”
— Rod, CincyVibe Magazine

“Cincinnati rockers The Whiskey Shambles are bluesy, raw, intense, and ominous.”
— Guy Dastolfo, Youngstown Vindicator

“The Shambles are like the soundtrack for a Quentin Tarantino movie that hasn’t been made yet.”
Cincinnati Creative

“You guys hit hard! No one else is doing what you do.”  “I like the re-arrangements and the uncommon instrumentation/presentation. Thanks. Refreshing!”  “Truly a fresh take on the blues – I appreciate the originality – hope you succeed.”
– Judges’ Remarks, Northeast Ohio Blues Challenge

“Wow! Where have YOU been all my life, Whiskey Shambles? Blind Willie McTell meets Exile on Main St. meets Howlin’ Wolf. LOVE IT! …and… Holy cow! Your version of Mother Earth sounds like a nasty gumbo of Memphis Slim, Hound Dog Taylor, Elmore James, and maybe even a tiny bit of Moby Grape.”
— Aron Levin, The Heaters

“Between the heavier instrument arrangement and the dark supporting vocals that stay true to the original, yet enhance the impact of the part, the piece breathes new life into one of Slim’s best-known songs. The result adds a heavy and somewhat psychedelic rock feel to a song that always had weighty lyrics, but only mildly dark instrumentation in its original and most-well known recordings.”
— George Francis, CincyGroove

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RELEASE: Cincinnati Band Qualifies for 2015 IBC

2015 IBC Participant

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MEDIA CONTACTS:

Mary Beth Weaver
Brave New Voice
press@bravenewvoice.com
760-459-7880

Brother James
Whiskey Shambles
james@whiskeyshambles.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Cincinnati Band Going to International Competition

Local Blues/Rock Quartet The Whiskey Shambles
Wins Spot at the 2015 International Blues Challenge in Memphis

CINCINNATI, OH – April 30, 2014: The Whiskey Shambles have been around for about 18 months, but they have the heart, soul, sound, and accolades that one would attribute to band with a longer history. In 2013 they were nominated for a Cincinnati Entertainment Award for Best Blues Band, and now they have another honor to add to the list: Winners of the 2014 Northeast Ohio Blues Association (NEOBA) Blues Challenge. The Whiskey Shambles scored highest among many other well-known blues acts on Saturday, April 26 in Canton, OH, and are now set to compete in the International Blues Challenge (IBC) in Memphis, TN in January 2015.

“We’re very excited to have The Whiskey Shambles represent us at the IBC,” said Andy Pressler, NEOBA President. “Their soulful and energetic performance was a favorite among the judges, and inspired an enthusiastic response from the crowd.”

In 2014, the IBC featured a record-breaking 255 acts from 40 states and 16 countries, and 2015 will likely be even larger. The bands perform at a variety of venues on and around Memphis’ famous Beale Street over four days of competition.

“When we started The Whiskey Shambles, we had a clear vision for the kind of hard, driving Delta-style blues that we wanted to make,” says Nathan Singer, The Shambles’ frontman. “It was both humbling and gratifying to know that the NEOBA judges and blues fans appreciated our work, and we’re proud to be representing them in Memphis.”

The Whiskey Shambles have a number of performances already lined up between now and their trip to Memphis in January, including a performance this week at The Drinkery on Wednesday, April 30 (with A City on Fire). Check their website (whiskeyshambles.com) for the most current event information.


About The Whiskey Shambles:

The Whiskey Shambles are an original garage rock/basement blues band from Cincinnati, OH, formed in 2012 by Nathan Singer, of Starshaker and Absinthium fame, and Brother James, founder of the Cincinnati Entertainment Award-winning blues band Voodoo Puppet. Their sound has been compared to Screaming Jay Hawkins, The Black Keys, Ten Foot Polecats, The Heavy, Gary Clark Jr., Black Diamond Heavies, and The White Stripes. They have been described as, “R.L. Burnside and Black Sabbath jamming with Nina Simone in a burned-out rum shack, using opium for incense.”

The Shambles are currently working their way through the dive bars and juke joints of the Midwest and Rustbelt, with occasional trips to more exotic locales, like Nashville or Buffalo, New Orleans or Asheville, Atlanta or NYC. They won the 2014 Northeast Ohio Blues Challenge, and have been chosen to represent Northeast Ohio Blues Association at the 2015 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN. The Shambles have been nominated for a 2014 Cincinnati Entertainment Award in the Blues category, CityBeat magazines Best of Cincinnati 2014, and several of their song releases have earned critical acclaim. In 2012 they released the EP, “ONE LAST BLAST: Live at the Mad Frog.” Set to release their first CD — “Loose Change for a Broken Man” — in July of 2014, they are already working on their second full-length album.

Learn more about The Whiskey Shambles at WhiskeyShambles.com, including their Press Kit, Music, and Photos.


About NEOBA:

Founded in 2008, the mission of the Northeast Ohio Blues Association is to support the cultural significance of Blues, America’s true roots music, through educational endeavors and promotional events.  For several years NEOBA has run their own “Blues in Schools” program, which allows the next generation of Blues performers to expand on their talent and keep the Blues alive for years to come.  More information:  http://bluesneoba.org

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RELEASE: Whiskey Shambles to make Youngstown Debut

Pinsky Still Rocks - Benefit Concert Poster

Brave New Voice

MEDIA CONTACTS:

Mary Beth Weaver
Brave New Voice
press@bravenewvoice.com
760-459-7880

Brother James
Whiskey Shambles
james@whiskeyshambles.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Touring Group Makes Youngstown Debut
for Benefit Concert

Cincinnati-based Whiskey Shambles raising money to support education fund

CINCINNATI, OH – April 14, 2014: The Cincinnati blues-rock quartet, The Whiskey Shambles, will present a benefit show at The Royal Oaks, on Youngstown’s east side which will include food, prizes, and live, original music.  The event “Pinsky Still Rocks!” is in honor of Michael Lipinsky, who passed away suddenly on December 13, 2013, at the age of 40, and proceeds from the event will go to the Michael Lipinsky Children Education Fund.

EVENT DETAILS:
Name:
 Pinksy Still Rocks!
Date:  Saturday, April 26, 2014
Time:  Food 8:00pm,  Music 10:00pm
Venue:  The Royal Oaks
Address:  924 Oak Street, Youngstown, Ohio 44506
Admission:  $5 suggested donation
Hosted by:  The Whiskey Shambles

The Shambles’ bassist and harp player, Brother James, was a friend at Cardinal Mooney High School and college roommate of the late Mr. Lipinsky.  “I’ve known Mike since high school, and we had many great adventures together at college,” explains James, “so I’m happy to be able to do this for my friend and his family.”

The Whiskey Shambles are an original garage rock/basement blues band from Cincinnati, OH, formed in 2012 by Nathan Singer (of Starshaker and Absinthium fame) and Brother James (founder of the Cincinnati Entertainment Award-winning blues band Voodoo Puppet).  Their sound has been compared to Screaming Jay HawkinsThe Black KeysTen Foot PolecatsThe HeavyGary Clark Jr.Black Diamond Heavies, and The White Stripes.  They have been described as, “R.L. Burnside and Black Sabbath jamming with Nina Simone in a burned-out rum shack, using opium for incense.”

The Shambles are currently working their way through the dive bars and juke joints of the Midwest and Rustbelt, with occasional trips to more exotic locales, like Memphis or Buffalo, New Orleans or Asheville, Atlanta or NYC.  They’ve been nominated for a 2014 Cincinnati Entertainment Award in the Blues category, CityBeat magazine’s Best of Cincinnati 2014, and several of their song releases have earned critical acclaim — receiving steady airplay on several regional radio stations, as well as a variety of Internet radio stations.  Having previously released the EP “One Last Blast: Live at the Mad Frog,” they are set to release their first full-length CD, “Loose Change for a Broken Man,” in June of 2014, and are already working on their second full-length album.

Learn more about The Whiskey Shambles at WhiskeyShambles.com, including their Press KitMusic, and Photos.

Event details will be updated as more information is available.  Please see (and share) the Facebook event for the latest news:  http://facebook.com/events/647633915307961/


MEDIA ALERT:

Event organizers, and the band — The Whiskey Shambles — are available for phone/email interviews prior to the event.

We are currently scheduling live, in-studio appearances (radio and television) for the week of the event (some band members will be in town on Thursday, April 24 and Friday, April 25).

Reporters, photographers, and videographers are encouraged to attend the event.


About the Education Fund:

Those not able to attend are encouraged to make contributions to the Michael Lipinsky Children Education Fund.  “Even if people can’t be at the event,” says James, “I hope they’ll take the time to make a donation, so that Mike’s kids can have the future that he wanted for them.”  Donations can be made at a Home Savings & Loan branch, or checks can also be made out to the: “Michael Lipinsky Children Education Fund” and mailed to:

Home Savings & Loan
ATTN: Michael Lipinsky Children Education Fund
275 West Federal Street
PO Box 1111
Youngstown, OH 44501

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RELEASE: Children’s Education Fund Benefit April 26

Pinsky Still Rocks - Benefit Concert Poster

Brave New Voice

MEDIA CONTACTS:

Mary Beth Weaver
Brave New Voice
press@bravenewvoice.com
760-459-7880

Brother James
Whiskey Shambles
james@whiskeyshambles.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Benefit Concert to be Held for Children’s Education Fund

Cincinnati musicians bring band to Youngstown to support event

CINCINNATI, OH – April 8, 2014: Michael Lipinsky passed away suddenly on December 13, 2013, at the age of 40. To celebrate his memory and raise funds for his children’s education fund, a benefit concert is being held on Saturday, April 26, 2014. The event “Pinsky Still Rocks!” will be held at The Royal Oaks, and will include food, prizes, and live, original music.  The concert is being presented by The Whiskey Shambles, a touring rock band from Cincinnati, OH, whose bass player, Brother James, was a friend at Cardinal Mooney High School and college roommate of the late Mr. Lipinsky.  Proceeds from the event will go to the Michael Lipinsky Children Education Fund.

EVENT DETAILS:
Name:
 Pinksy Still Rocks!
Date:  Saturday, April 26, 2014
Time:  Food 8:00pm,  Music 10:00pm
Venue:  The Royal Oaks
Address:  924 Oak Street, Youngstown, Ohio 44506
Admission:  $5 suggested donation
Hosted by:  The Whiskey Shambles

Mr. Lipinsky is survived by his wife Debra, and three children, Abbey, Andrew, and Erik.  Michael was a dedicated husband, father, and family man.  He was a graduate of Cardinal Mooney High School and Youngstown State University, and also attended the University of Cincinnati.  Michael was employed as a truck driver with the Tamarkin Company, and was a member of Teamsters Local 377.  He was a member of St. Charles Church, and a lifelong Cleveland Indians and Browns fan.  The complete tribute was published in the Vindicator.

The Whiskey Shambles, an original garage rock/basement blues band from Cincinnati, are making their debut in Youngstown for this event.  “I’ve known Mike since high school, and had many great adventures together at college,” explains Brother James, “so I’m happy to be able to do this for my friend and his family.”  The event will include an opening band (TBA), a buffet, prizes, and more, all benefiting the fund.

Those not able to attend are encouraged to make contributions to the Michael Lipinsky Children Education Fund.  “Even if people can’t be at the event,” says James, “I hope they’ll take the time to make a donation, so that Mike’s kids can have the future that he wanted for them.”  Donations can be made at a Home Savings & Loan branch, or checks can also be made out to the: “Michael Lipinsky Children Education Fund” and mailed to:

Home Savings & Loan
ATTN: Michael Lipinsky Children Education Fund
275 West Federal Street
PO Box 1111
Youngstown, OH 44501

Event details will be updated as more information is available.  Please see (and share) the Facebook event for the latest news:  http://facebook.com/events/647633915307961/


MEDIA ALERT:

Event organizers, and the band — The Whiskey Shambles — are available for phone/email interviews prior to the event.

We are currently scheduling live, in-studio appearances (radio and television) for the week of the event (some band members will be in town on Thursday, April 24 and Friday, April 25).

Reporters, photographers, and videographers are encouraged to attend the event.


About The Whiskey Shambles:

The Whiskey Shambles are an original garage rock/basement blues band from Cincinnati, OH, formed in 2012 by Nathan Singer, of Starshaker and Absinthium fame, and Brother James, founder of the Cincinnati Entertainment Award-winning blues band Voodoo Puppet.  Their sound has been compared to Screaming Jay Hawkins, The Black KeysTen Foot Polecats, The Heavy, Gary Clark Jr., Black Diamond Heavies, and The White Stripes.  They have been described as, “R.L. Burnside and Black Sabbath jamming with Nina Simone in a burned-out rum shack, using opium for incense.”

The Shambles are currently working their way through the dive bars and juke joints of the Midwest and Rustbelt, with occasional trips to more exotic locales, like Memphis or Buffalo, New Orleans or Asheville, Atlanta or NYC.  They’ve been nominated for a 2014 Cincinnati Entertainment Award in the Blues category, CityBeat magazine’s Best of Cincinnati 2014, and several of their song releases have earned critical acclaim — receiving steady airplay on several regional radio stations, as well as a variety of Internet radio stations.  Having previously released the EP “One Last Blast: Live at the Mad Frog,” they are set to release their first full-length CD, “Loose Change for a Broken Man,” in June of 2014, and are already working on their second full-length album.

Learn more about The Whiskey Shambles at WhiskeyShambles.com, including their Press Kit, Music, and Photos.

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RELEASE: End of the World – 12.21.12 is coming!

The Whiskey Shambles - ONE LAST BLAST: Live at Mad Frog (album art)

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Media Contacts:

Brave New Voice
Promotions and Booking
Palm Springs, CA / Cincinnati, OH

Media Contact:
Mary Beth Weaver, PR Associate
760-459-7880

press@bravenewvoice.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

What are you doing for the end of the world?

CINCINNATI, OH – Dec 11, 2012: If the Mayan hieroglyphs and the prophecies are right, the last night to party is December 21. Make the most of it at “One Last Blast” at Mad Frog on Dec. 21 from 9pm – 2am. The event features four bands: Wade Baker Trio, 46 Long, Leo Clarke Band, and Whiskey Shambles, with setbreak dance mixes curated by DJ Kukulcan.

The concert showcases indie-rock, blues-rock, and American roots music, with grit and soul. A $5 cover gets you in the door.

Lineup:
WADE BAKER TRIO
46 LONG
WHISKEY SHAMBLES
LEO CLARKE BAND
with setbreaks by DJ KUKULCAN

It’s a party like there’s no tomorrow – because there very well may not be.

Details:
“ONE LAST BLAST” (Concert)
Friday, December 21, 2012
9pm – 2am
Mad Frog
1 E. McMillan Street
Cincinnati, OH 45219

ONE LAST BLAST: Live at Mad Frog

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