Bobby Joe Owens & Retro Deluxe | Liquor, Love & Laughter

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Liquor, Love & Laughter

by Bobby Joe Owens & Retro Deluxe

A frolicking collection of traditional and outlaw country music recorded at the historic Cash Cabin Studios.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. Hopeless Romantic
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2. From Beer to There
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3. Little Old You
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4. Long Time Until Next Time
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5. Don't Forget to Forget
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6. Drinkin' My Heartbreak Away
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7. Tennessee Tar
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8. Ride That Train
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9. My Dickel
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10. Miss Me Back
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11. Friends Don't Let Friends Face Book Drunk
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12. Text Me You Love Me
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13. The Horsey Song
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Album Notes
From the warped mind of Bobby Joe Owens comes another frolicking collection of traditional and outlaw country music recorded at the historic Cash Cabin Studios in Hendersonville, TN. Liquor, Love & Laughter lives up to its name with thirteen (13) new original tracks describing real life and fictional experiences about drinking, love, lost love and life lessons including a couple of catchy tunes about technology and social media. LL&L is co-produced by Grammy Award Winning Engineer Chuck Turner and includes appearances by Grammy Award Winner Billy Earheart (Amazing Rhythm Aces, Hank Williams, Jr., etc.) and Sarah Peasall (Peasall Sisters, Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?). This album has something for everyone and is a fine listen for those who appreciate vintage sounding country music with a modern spin.

Bobby Joe Owens is a new age Renaissance Man. Best known as a Singer/Songwriter and Band Leader/Front Man for the band Retro Deluxe, Bobby Joe is also a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, a father, husband, inventor, artist, entrepreneur, restaurateur, philanthropist, producer, innovator and so much more. Bobby Joe didn't start singing until 2006 and since 2008, he has written over 50 songs under his alter ego Robert J. Thompson and has recorded four (4) albums with local, regional, national and internationally recognized musicians including Jimbo Mathus (Squirrel Nut Zippers, Buddy Guy, Tri-State Coalition, etc.), Grammy Award Winner Billy Earheart (The Amazing Rythym Aces, Hank Williams, Jr., etc), Marty MacMillan (Blue Plate Special, Retro Deluxe, MacMillan Guitars) and bright young Guitarist Zach Sweeney (Wayne "The Train" Hancock, Lucky Tubb, Retro Deluxe, etc.)!

Retro Deluxe is Bobby Joe’s versatile and talented band is based out of Bowie, MD. The band’s current lineup includes Mike Mautino (Drums), Miles Long (Standup & Electric Bass), Carl Cimino (Keyboards) and Joe Goltz (Guitar). The band’s repertoire includes covers and original music in country, rockabilly, blues, rock, R&B and oldies.

Their first two releases, “Baby It's Hot!” (2009) and “Watermelon Tea” (2010), are diverse collections of blues and blues related music that were released on Bobby Joe's home grown indie Rinkled Rooster Record Label under the name Retro Deluxe. Baby It's Hot! was very well received, but was not widely publicized. Watermelon Tea was publicized by Betsie Brown of Memphis-Based Blind Racoon and has received rave reviews from some of the most prominent blues publications, has received significant radio and Internet radio airplay nationally and internationally, and spent 14 weeks in the Top 5 of the Blues Internet Radio Airplay Chart peaking at number 2! Their third album, “Please Rise” (2011) which was released under the Bobby Joe Owens name is a diverse collection of Classic Country, Rockabilly, Gospel, Bluegrass and Americana tracks including twelve (12) originals and a cover of The Amazing Rhythm Aces’ song “Thangamalang” written by Grammy Award Winners Russell Smith and Billy Earheart.

Bobby Joe Owens has been called garrulous, pugnacious, legendary, boozy, seductive and whatnot. Call him what you want, but his songs are infectious, his vocal stylings are unique and his passion, energy and love for his music are ever-present.



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