The Newbees : Modern Vintage (2012)
The following is the top 20 from WNKU’s Top 89 of 2012. Click here for the full list.
1. Alabamba Shakes: Boys and Girls
2. Van Morrison: Born to sing – No Plan B
3. Tedeschi Trucks Band: Everybody’s Talkin’
4. Bruce Springsteen: Wrecking Ball
5. Bob Dylan: Tempest
6. Bonnie Raitt: Slipstream
7. Walk the Moon: Walk the Moon
8. Mumford and Sons: Babel
9. Paul Thorn: What the Hell is Going on?
10. John Hiatt: Mystic Pinball
11. Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band: Between the Ditches
12. Neil Young with Crazy Horse: Psychedelic Pill
13. Shovels and Rope: O’, Be Joyful
14. Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit: Live from Alabama
15. Grace Potter and the Nocturnals: The Lion The Beast and the Beat
16. Jack White: Blunderbuss
17. Leo Clarke Band: Leo Clarke
18. The Newbees: Modern Vintage
19. Joe Bonnamassa: Driving Toward the Daylight
20. Justin Townes Earle: Nothings Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now
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This coming Saturday Aug 20th, John Oaks, Todd Wilson, and Henry “Hank” Becker will ride again as The Rubber Knife Gang during Neltner’s Farm Fall Festival. The fall festival has long been a favorite of the boys and there could be no better a fit for the reunion.
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Quoted from Q102’s website…
Band Blast 2012 will benefit the Band of Helping Hands. Performances by G. Miles and the Hitmen, Ben Walz and The Rubber Knife Gang. Doors open at 6:30 pm at The Thompson House in Newport KY. Tickets can be purchased in advance from the website- http://bandofhelpinghands.webs.com/
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We are looking forward to the full review.
“The album kicks of with the light-minded “It’s a Lie,” which immediatly spreads a happy atmosphere, presented with a sense of humor. “Old Joe Clark” is another hillbilly tune with a nice mandolin picking, “Froggy Went a-Courtin'” is the band’s rendition of the well-known folk song that has so many other names and lyrical variations. “Poison Ivy” certainly takes the band into the popular music direction and they do a nice job on this Coasters’ hit from 1959.”
Read the full review here