Posts Tagged ‘Louisville’

Old Baby Tour Dates

Old Baby will be hitting the road this summer in parts of the Midwest and East Coast. Also, check out the new video for “Into The Earth”. Their new record, “Love Hangover” is now available for pre-order on Karate Body Records. Also, if you haven’t already, pick up their debut EP “Misunderstanding Human Behavior” on HSR.
OLD BABY TOUR DATES:
 
Old Baby
7/12: Cincinnati, OH @ Bunbury Festival (Lawn Stage)
Old Baby / Catherine Irwin
8/09: Bloomington, IN @ The Bishop Bar
8/10: Milwaukee, WI @ Cactus Club
8/11: Chicago, IL @ The Hideout
8/12: Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Tavern
8/13: Pittsburgh, PA @ Brillobox
8/14: Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie
8/15: Brooklyn, NY @ Union Pool
8/16: York, PA @ The Depot
8/17: Huntington, WV @ V-Club
8/18: Louisville, KY @ New Vintage
 

Old Baby on Decibel Tolls

Old Baby RecordWe are excited that Old Baby made The Decibel Tolls 2012 Year End List.

Vinyl available here.   Digital here. More info on Old Baby can be found here!

We are very excited that Old Baby made the list of The Decibel Tolls best releases of 2012. Include with a few of our other favorites like Ty Segall, Wood, and The Men. It is an honor for us to have a release on this list.

Thanks, John & Jason

 

 

Old Baby plays THE DUST UP

Old Baby plays THE DUST UP in Chicago 9/8/12
BIG STAR ANNOUNCES THE DUST UP FESTIVAL SEPTEMBER 8th IN CHICAGO.

OLD BABY will be playing with: DISAPPEARS, ANDRE WILLIAMS & THE GOLDSTARS, QUARTER MILE THUNDER AND THE JEFF WALROTH BAND

BIG STAR, IN CONJUNCTION THE METRO LAUNCH THEIR FIRST ANNUAL MUSIC FESTIVAL

Wicker Park taco-and-booze-haven Big Star is teaming up with legendary Chicago concert venue, Metro, to put on The Dust-Up: the first installment of what is sure to become one of the city’s most anticipated annual concert series. The event will take place in the restaurant’s parking lot at 1531 North Damen Avenue, will be free to attend and there will be beer available outside. Kicking off at noon local DJs will spin during a record fair featuring booths. Live musicians include Chicago’s garage impresarios Disappears, R&B legend Andre Williams & The Goldstars, Louisville psych-rock fivesome Old Baby, ex-Bloodiest bassist Ben Clarke’s sparse folk solo project Quarter Mile Thunder and Chicago Americana-blues group The Jeff Walroth Band will kick off the live music at 4pm.

MUSICIANS:

DISAPPEARS
http://www.disappearsmusic.com/

ANDRE WILLIAMS
http://www.bloodshotrecords.com/artist/andre-williams/

OLD BABY
https://www.facebook.com/intotheearth

QUARTER MILE THUNDER
https://www.facebook.com/quartermilethunder

JEFF WALROTH BAND
http://www.reverbnation.com/jeffwalrothband

http://www.bigstarchicago.com/

http://metrochicago.com/

 

Sweet Cobra & Old Baby

Sweet Cobra and Old Baby will be playing Lincoln Hall on June 19th to support the re-release of Sweet Cobra’s “Mercy” on LP. Mercy was released in 2010 on Black Market Activities on CD. We are really happy to get this sentinel release out on LP.

Also, Old Baby continues to attract plenty of press as this super group plays to more and more people. Their debut LP is now out on Hawthorne Street Records in a limited run of 500 LPs.

And check out more press on both bands at BrooklynVegan’s Chicago outpost.

Check out this clip of them recently performing at Clifton Center in Louisville.

 

Old Baby LP Now Available Online!

Old Baby “Misunderstanding Human Behavior” LP is now available from our web store. This is a limited run of 500 single sided LPs on black vinyl with a killer etching by Evan Patterson on back.

HSR033 – Old Baby “Misunderstanding Human Behavior” LP Buy Now.

If you haven’t heard of Old baby yet they are a Louisville super group featuring Jonathan Glen Wood on the guitar and vocals (singer/song-writer), Evan Patterson on the guitar & backing vocals (YOUNG WIDOWS), Drew Osborn on the drums (YOUR BLACK STAR, WORKERS), Neal Arghabright on the synthesizer (PHANTOM FAMILY HALO), and Todd Cook on the bass THE FOR CARNATION, SHIPPING NEWS, SLINT, DEAD CHILD). Recorded by Kevin Ratterman at The Funeral Home (Elliott/My Morning Jacket).