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EYB hits the "Dust" for Today

Wednesday, February 26, 2014 – Eli Young Band will perform its latest single "Dust" next Tuesday on NBC's Today show to celebrate the release of its new disc, "10,000 Towns."

EYB will appear in the 10 a.m. hour.

The band's Republic Nashville sophomore album also features its third career number one song, "Drunk Last Night," which has been certified Gold with sales of more than 700,000 downloads.

EYB, which co-produced the 11-song project with Justin Niebank and Frank Liddell, wrote more than half of the tracks.

EYB is currently on the road with Darius Rucker and will head out with Jake Owen later this spring.


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CD review - This is Eli Young Band - Greatest Hits The Eli Young Band has reached a career milestone of sorts with the release of their "This is Eli Young Band: Greatest Hits" album. EYB has an impressive portfolio of music to date, with music spanning from the band's genesis with Mike Eli and James Young joining forces as Eli & Young while students at the University of North Texas. Rounding out the band with members Jon Jones and Chris Thompson, ELB was born and released its first album "Level" in 2005. ...
CD review - Fingerprints Eli Young Band confused, alienated and even lost some of its fans with the 2015 release of a fully slicked up pop EP; "Turn It On." "The fans wanted another record that was the sound and the kind of songs that were the old-school Eli Young Band" said lead singer Mike Eli. They have responded with "Fingerprints," their first full length album since 2014's "10,000 Towns." Though clearly not as blatantly pop as the downright danceable EP, ...
CD review - Turn It On With the release of "Turn It On," the Eli Young Band brings new music about girls, love, and...disco. Singer Mike Eli, who co-wrote all four songs, is in fine voice, solidifying the EYB sound. The title cut, written with co-founder James Young, with its strong beat and up-front vocals, is tailor-made for listening while driving fast. With its "driving" beat and sing-along chorus, speeding tickets may increase. "Plastic" is about appreciating a girl who is ...


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