Girls Guns and Glory inks with Lonesome Day
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Girls Guns and Glory inks with Lonesome Day

Wednesday, November 12, 2008 – Boston-based country band Guns Girls and Glory will see their first release, "Inverted Valentine," picked by Lonesome Day Records for distribution starting in late January or early February 2009. Label head Randall Deaton said Wednesday this would lead the way for a second release from the band on Lonesome Day also in 2009. The group gained positive feedback during their gig at the Americana Music Association festival in Nashville in September.

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CD review - Love and protest When, exactly, did rock and roll die? There are bands (for example, J. Roddy Walston and The Business, JJ Grey and Mofro, The Felice Brothers) fighting the good fight, but in large part the Three Chords and The Truth philosophy of popular music has been co-opted by country music, then poured into its own mold: trucks, hats, getting lit, girls and not giving a damn. So, what's a band like Girls, Guns & Glory to do? Fundamentally, they are a roadhouse band. A bunch of guys that can ...
Most country artists have a Hank Williams Sr. tune tucked somewhere in their repertoire, a live version that normally whips the crowd into a foot-stompin', raucous mob. But an entire album of exclusively live Hank can be summarized in a single word: ambitious. And with different results, even in the hands of punk-country band Girls Guns & Glory. The Boston-area based quartet led by vocalist/guitarist Ward Hayden is carving out an impressive sound that at times ventures into manic ...
CD review - Good Luck With a handle like Girls, Guns and Glory, you might expect this outfit to sound like a heavy metal band. After all, it reads like a banner that might have served as the title for an album by Motley Crue, Megadeth or any other hard rock hero. So while this Boston-based band does serve up its share of balls-out rockers, the edgier offerings are tastefully intertwined between an equal number of frayed ballads, allowing the emotions to ricochet between triumph and tragedy. Five albums on, Girls, ...

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