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Updated on July 26th, 2015:
SHOW AT THE HOWLING DOG THIS WEEKEND! AUG 1st
For the third year, Alaska's superb Folkabilly band, Steve Brown & The Bailers, will team with New York City fiddler supreme and Fairbanks native, Caitlin Warbelow, to present one of Alaska's premier summer music events at the world-famous Howling Dog Saloon! Among their major credits, the Bailers have performed on National Public Radio, and New England fiddle champion Caitlin Warbelow recently finished performing with the orchestra in Sting's Broadway musical, The Last Ship. Google their websites to learn more about these superb musician-entertainers, and watch YouTube videos of them performing Orange Blossom Special andDragging The Bow in a previous show at the Howling Dog Saloon. This year, opening entertainment starts at 9 p.m., with Steve and Caitlin starting at 10 p.m. Another band will follow the Bailers and Caitlin, finishing out the big night at 3 a.m. Sunday morning. Get there early to get a seat—this always is a standing-room-only gig!Tickets are $10 at the door. 21 and over only.
Lonely House is now available for purchase online!
Steve Brown and the Bailers are pleased to announce their latest album is fresh off the presses
and ready to arrive at your door.
Here's our first review, so we're off to a great start...
"It's pretty damn good, with a clean, crisp sound! I liked how Steve channeled Tom Petty in "Someone Else's Bed," and Robin's lead in "Rockabilly Blue" is an excellent touch.
I really enjoyed the guitar lead and the locomotive rumblings of "Last Night I Think I Did A Bad Thing." The line, 'Ashtray of your heart...' from "There may be a Man" is pure poetry.
Well done and very Hayes Carllesque. But, my favorite part, at least at this point, was the harmony from "How Things Start" at the end of "Wrong Lane." Y'all sound like smooth as silk. Wonderful, and congratulations on another disk of art!"
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We are proud to have been musical guests on National Public Radio's "Mountain Stage,"
and on Public Radio International's "Michael Feldman's 'Whad'ya Know?'"
We are the first Alaskan band to make the "Baker's Dozen" Top 13 list of albums twice!
The list is compiled by Bud Johnson--host of the KTNA radio show: Acoustic Accents.
We first made the list with our 2009 album, How Things Start
Then we made the list again with 2011's Things Change
Check out Bud's show: Acoustic Accents every Friday at 9pm on KUAC 89.9 FM Fairbanks
OUR ALBUMS, HOW THINGS START AND THINGS CHANGE ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE NOW!
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