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St. Paul and the Broken Bones


St. Paul & The Broken Bones have already garnered much attention due to their high-energy live performances, led by charismatic front man Paul Janeway. The group’s sweat-soaked, take-no prisoners style has converted many, including Paste Magazine, who named St. Paul & The Broken Bones one of their “2013 Best Of What’s Next” artists, and NPR Music, who included the album in their “Under The Radar Albums Preview”. Half The City oozes with key elements of Memphis soul, Muscle Shoals R&B and the Motown experience, which lay solid ground for Jane- way’s expressive vocals.

“Within ten seconds of hearing Paul Janeway’s voice – secondhand on a friend’s cellphone – I was in. The first five was spent in disbelief. I can count on one hand the times that’s happened. I admit it took a bit to hear past him. The beautiful thing was that the band was and is every bit as good. The same swagger, conviction, and – dare I say – soul. That’s saying something. What sealed the deal was the songwriting, the arrangements, the dynamics – all the things that comes with having been a unit for many more years than they have. And then I experienced them live.”
– John Paul White

See for yourself here:


St. Paul & The Broken Bones UK Dates

May 20 – Rough Trade East, London 7:00pm
May 21 – Oslo, Hackney, London 7:00pm
May 22 – Electric Ballroom, London 7:00pm
May 23 – Dot To Dot Festival, Manchester
May 24 – Dot To Dot Festival,Bristol
Aug 29 -31 – End Of Road Festival, North Dorset

 For more information about St. Paul and the Broken Bones, contact Sara Silver +44 (0)20 8265 0772
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Gregg Allman -All My Friends


All My Friends: Celebrating the Songs & Voice of Gregg Allman captures a once-in-a-lifetime performance, honouring one of the most acclaimed and beloved icons in rock and roll history.

A founding member of the Allman Brothers Band and successful solo artist in his own right, Allman possesses a voice that has resonated through four decades. The CD and DVD feature momentous performances by Warren Haynes, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Devon Allman, Robert Randolph, Jimmy Hall, Sam Moore, Keb’ Mo’, Brantley Gilbert, Jess Franklin, Dr. John, Pat Monahan, John Hiatt, Jaimoe, Taj Mahal, Gregg Allman, Widespread Panic, Trace Adkins, Vince Gill, Martina McBride, Eric Church, Jackson Brown, Zac Brown, and The Allman Brothers Band with musical direction by Don Was. Extensive bonus material includes 26 exclusive interviews, behind the scenes footage, as well as a special Gregg Allman presentation. Shot in high definition with 5:1 Dolby sound at the historic Fox Theatre in Atlanta, this remarkable piece pays tribute to a voice that once heard is never forgotten.

**The  Allman Brothers have announced that they will no longer tour together so this live show may be one of the last times anyone will see the band in it’s current incarnation play live.


Rolling Stone Premieres “Midnight Rider”
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All My Friends: Celebrating The Songs & Voice Of Gregg Allman - Show

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Track listing:

CD 1

  1. Come and Go Blues – Warren Haynes (6:49)(Gregg Allman)
  2. End of the Line – Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks (5:47) (Gregg Allman-Warren Haynes-John Jaworowicz-Allen Woody)
  3. Stand Back – Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks (4:28) (Gregg Allman-Raymond Berry Oakland III)
  4. You Can’t Lose What You Ain’t Never Had – Devon Allman, Jimmy Hall and Robert Randolph (6:17) (McKinley Morganfield)
  5. Please Call Home – Sam Moore (xx:xx) (Gregg Allman)
  6. Just Another Rider – Keb’ Mo’ (6:33) (Gregg Allman-Warren Haynes)
  7. Before the Bullets Fly – Brantley Gilbert (3:41) (Warren Haynes- John Jaworowicz-Henry Jack Williams)
  8. Let This Be a Lesson to Ya – Dr. John (3:40) (Gregg Allman-Malcolm Rebennack)
  9. Queen of Hearts – Pat Monahan (5:23) (Gregg Allman)
  10. One Way Out – John Hiatt (5:00)
    (Sonny Boy Williamson-Elmore James-Marshall Sehorn)
  1. Statesboro Blues – Taj Mahal and Gregg Allman (4:41) (Blind Willie McTell)
  2. Just Ain’t Easy – Widespread Panic (6:22) (Gregg Allman)
  3. Wasted Words – Widespread Panic and Derek Trucks (5:43) (Gregg Allman)
  4. I’m No Angel – Trace Adkins (3:52) (Tony Colton-Phil Palmer)

CD 2

  1. Trouble No More – Trace Adkins (4:10)(Muddy Waters)
  2. Multi-Colored Lady – Vince Gill (5:22) (Gregg Allman)
  3. All My Friends – Martina McBride (4:54) (Scott Boyer)
  4. Can You Fool – Pat Monahan and Martina McBride (3:24) (Michael Smotherman)
  5. Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More – Eric Church (4:21) (Gregg Allman)
  6. Win, Lose or Draw – Eric Church (6:00) (Gregg Allman)
  7. These Days – Jackson Browne and Gregg Allman (4:55) (Jackson Browne)
  8. Melissa – Jackson Browne and Gregg Allman (5:22) (Gregg Allman-Steve Alaimo)
  9. Midnight Rider – Vince Gill, Zac Brown and Gregg Allman (5:01) (Gregg Allman-Robert Kim Payne)
  10. Dreams – The Allman Brothers Band (10:55) (Gregg Allman)
  11. Whipping Post – The Allman Brothers Band (13:06) (Gregg Allman)
  12. Will the Circle Be Unbroken – full cast (8:57) Traditional

1. Come and Go Blues – Warren Haynes

  1. End of the Line – Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks
  2. Stand Back – Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks
  3. You Can’t Lose What You Ain’t Never Had – Devon Allman, Jimmy Hall and Robert Randolph
  4. Please Call Home – Sam Moore
  5. Just Another Rider – Keb’ Mo’
  6. Before the Bullets Fly – Brantley Gilbert
  7. Let This Be a Lesson to Ya – Dr. John
  8. Queen of Hearts – Pat Monahan
  9. One Way Out – John Hiatt
  10. Statesboro Blues – Taj Mahal and Gregg Allman
  11. Just Ain’t Easy – Widespread Panic
  12. Wasted Words – Widespread Panic and Derek Trucks
  13. I’m No Angel – Trace Adkins
  14. Trouble No More – Trace Adkins
  15. Multi-Colored Lady – Vince Gill
  16. All My Friends – Martina McBride
  17. Can You Fool – Pat Monahan and Martina McBride
  18. Ain’t Wastin’ Time No More – Eric Church
  19. Win, Lose or Draw – Eric Church
  20. These Days – Jackson Browne and Gregg Allman
  21. Melissa – Jackson Browne and Gregg Allman
  22. Midnight Rider – Vince Gill, Zac Brown and Gregg Allman
  23. Dreams – The Allman Brothers Band (10:55)
  24. Whipping Post – The Allman Brothers Band
  25. Will the Circle Be Unbroken – full cast


For further information, interviews, music, pix,  Please contact Sara Silver

+44 208 265 0772



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Parker Millsap, ‘the Okie phenom, is way better than he should he should yet be, with that baby face and no license to drink.’ (Austin American Stateman) releases ‘Old Time Religion.’ on April 1st 2014

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“8/10” – Uncut

“With Millsap, what hits you first is the voice: soulful, gravelly, whiskey-laced, and wielded like a world-weary prophet. But it’s not just raw talent. He also demonstrates a deep affinity for the Texan school of singer-songwriters like Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen, meaning that the songs are just as impressive as the performances.”  –

“Parker Millsap has accumulated quite a following with his vivid storytelling and gospel-tinged inspiration..” – PASTE

‘Don’t take my word for it, simply taste and see that Parker Millsap’s music is good.’ – Maverick

20-year-old Parker Millsap will make you a true believer with his forthcoming self-titled debut album. An Oklahoma native brought up in the Pentecostal church, which he’s since departed, the young tunesmith delivers his religious-laced parables, character-driven narratives and relationship tales with the fire-and-brimstone fervor of a preacher, restoring our faith in the power of song. Having toured with such notable artists as Old Crow Medicine Show, John Fullbright, Devil Makes Three to name a few, Millsap is a tough soul, ready to share those Oklahoma roots with the rest of the country, and, hopefully, the world.


Thirty Tigers Europe is to introduce Parker Millsap with an EP comprising two tracks from his upcoming self-titled album, ‘Old Time Religion’ and ‘The Villain’ as well as including an awe inspiring version of  ‘You Gotta Move’ recorded live at eTown. Parker’s music and performance has been converting fans at a roaring speed as the release builds momentum and he hits SXSW this week.  He is destined to launch his album in the  UK this summer live and tour this autumn throughout Europe… NOT ONE TO MISS.


1. Old Time Religion
2. The Villain
3. You Gotta Move (Live from eTown)

Watch Parker Millsap perform ‘You Gotta Move’ live from eTown here:


The (SXSW)  festival is presenting a slew of gifted country-influenced singer-songwriters, including Parker Millsap :  – Wall Street Journal – Guide to the BEST ACTS



Tuesday March 11th – SXSW Oklahoma Music Office Showcase (Austin, TX)
Wednesday March 12th – SXSW AMA/Thirty Tigers Showcase – St. David’s Episcopal Church (Austin, TX)
Friday March 14th – SXSW Sin City Showcase – St. Vincent Depaul (Austin, TX)
Saturday March 15th – SXSW Atomic Music Group Showcase – The Dog & Duck (Austin, TX)

For more information about the Thirty Tigers roster, including Parker Millsap, contact Sara Silver +44 (0)20 8265 0772

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Calling All Tigers To SXSW!

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Thirty Tigers are playing at SXSW
Check the times below:

Americana Music Association & Thirty Tigers

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

St Davids Episcopal Church, 301 E. 8th St.

Host: Emily Kinney

7:30 PM –  Emily Kinney


8:00 PM – Parker Millsap


9:00 PM – The Haden Triplets


10:00 PM – Wanda Jackson

wanda11:00 PM – Willie Watson


12:00 PM – John Fullbright


1:00 AM – Bobby Rush (TBD)


Thirty Tigers Presents 

Friday, March 14,2014

Shotguns on 6th, 503 East 6th St. 

8:00 PM – Steelism


9:00 PM – Elizabeth & the Catapult


10:00 PM – Garland Jeffreys


11:00 PM – Nicole Atkins


12:00 PM – Those Darlins


1:00 AM – Wakey!Wakey!


And Don’t Forget…

St. Paul and The Broken Bones

Performing at SXSW


Sunday, March 9th
Wylie Publishing Party
Hangar Lounge
6:00 -9:00 pm

Tuesday, March 11th
BMI / Howdy Texas Party
6:45 – 7:20 pm

Wednesday, March 12th
Single Lock Showcase
Tap Room at The Market
311 Colorado St.
10:00 pm

Thursday, March 13th
SxSan Jose
4:00 pm

Billy Reid Party @ Weather Up
6:30 pm

Friday, March 14th
Front Gate Ticketing Party
1:00 pm

Spotify Party with special guest Lizzo (Thirty Tigers management)
3:45 – 4:15 pm

For more information, please contact Sara Silver +44 (0)20 8265 0772
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The Tragically Hip “Now For Plan A”

The Tragically Hip
Now For Plan A
Release Date: November 12th 2012

The Energy of Connectivity
Written by: Gavin Brown

It started making sense the night of the Bobcaygeon show last summer.

The Tragically Hip and I had already recorded 4-songs that spring at their studio in Kingston, a bit piecemeal, a little slow off the start and I was still looking for the magic, that something extra to make the new record special…

But that night as they hit the stage and hit their stride it became clear to me….they are a killer live band…

I’m overstating the obvious but I guess spending so much time tucked away in the studio trying to perfect the “unperfectable” (not a word) I think I lost sight of what the essence of this band is…The energy of connectivity…the five of them together…each providing his pulse to the flow…each playing off the other as no other band can.

The Tragically Hip have made great records their whole career and they’ve made many memories on nights like this….the moon shining, the crowd screaming, the songs one after the other, familiar yet reborn in the moment…

I hadn’t seen the Hip since their run at Massey Hall in Toronto a few years ago and maybe I had forgotten this while we were tracking each of them separately at the Bathouse that spring…

But now my job was clear… this energy…let them play together…a living organism honed by the years.

We changed tack and retooled and found a studio able to house the five guys with their inimitable style and blasted through 14-songs in two weeks….there was the magic, there was the essence, every moment charged with the energy of connectivity no chance to over-think or worse….with a few finishing touches back at the Bathouse and a mix week in NYC the record was done….

Now For Plan A is the new Tragically Hip record due out November 12th 2012.


The Tragically Hip were formed in 1984 by five friends from Kingston ON – Rob Baker, Gordon Downie, Johnny Fay, Paul Langlois and Gord Sinclair.

The Hip have sold millions of records worldwide, managing to enjoy both mass popularity and critical acclaim.

The group released their first album, The Tragically Hip, in 1987 and have since released thirteen studio albums, earning two diamond certifications and over twenty #1 hits.