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Come On, Come On - Single

by The Easy Outs

Garage Rock like Ramones, New York Dolls, Sex Pistols, Velvet Underground
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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The new single by The Easy Outs "Come On, Come On" was written and produced by Gar Francis, guitarist from the Legendary band the Doughboys. Gar has had two songs already choosen by Little Steven's Underground Garage as "Coolest Song In The World", the # 2 song in 2008 "Black Sheep" and the # 3 song in 2009 "I'm Not Your Man". Recorded, mixed and mastered at the House of Vibes by Gripweeds drummer/songwriter Kurt Reil who has also recorded the Smithereens. Come On, Come On is being released on the new Bongo Boy record label and is being promoted by Mopromo.
Other albums written or produced by Gar Francis available on CD Baby:
"Is It Now?" by the Doughboys
"Act Your Rage" by the Doughboys
"Another Mule In The Barn" by Plainfield Slim
"When Tghe Devil Hits Home" by Plainfield Slim & The Groundhawgs
"Queen Of Your Dreams" by Jeanne Lozier



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John Pfeiffer- Aquarian Weekly

The Easy Outs, Come On, Come On - Bongo Boy Records 8/5/2010
The Easy Outs have teamed up with guitarist/songwriter Gar Francis (The Doughboys) for their latest single out on Bongo Boys Records. Come On, Come On is a collaboration between Francis and drummer/songwriter Kurt Reil from The Grip Weeds. With the good time Farfisa vibe of ? And The Mysterians, sing along choruses and solid simple playing, the tune tackles roots 1960s territory with traditional style and class.

The Easy Outs take experienced advice here, and it’s a smart move on their part. In today’s industry, there’s absolutely no room for wasting time, and the best way to get where you need to go is to listen to guys that have cleared those roads. In that area of expertise, Francis and Reil move this band around the musical highway and into the fast lane of the Park Avenue players in a straight-ahead way. Gar Francis also guest stars on the single, playing organs, Mellotron, sax and the raunchiest guitar this side of the T. Rex. The Grip Weeds supply tough, blue-collar backing vocals here as well.

I like the old style presentation of sending out a single. I mean, it’s really tough for a simple rock band now, especially with the changes in the industry and their attention towards pre-fab baby food music. I swear if one more 40 year-old dude says to me, “Lady Gaga is really good and her band is totally awesome,” I will yank out their vocal cords. But putting my antisocial demeanor aside, you have to give credit where credit is due.

When a band feels that they have one song that will knock you out and that’s what they send you, that’s pretty definitive of the self-assured talent they possess.

Come On, Come On isn’t going to solve the oil spill crisis or fix the unemployment debacle, but it definitely will raise your spirits and get your mind off of the world and into its cool rhythms, gritty sounds and sing along lyrics. And at the end of the day that’s all that it’s really about. Real music that makes you feel something instead of just putting you into the corner of some dopey hipster joint that blasts trend while you stand there sipping $14 martinis.

Gar and the boys take basic 1960s roots language and turn it into an infectious good time performance that everyone can understand, and in this crazy day and age that just might be the best kind of communication for all of us. Check out the rest of what the Easy Outs are up to over at
By John Pfeiffer of the Aquarian Weekly 8/5/2010

Wildy's World

Jersey Shore rockers The Easy Outs score big with "Come On Come On"
Jersey Shore rockers The Easy Outs score big with "Come On Come On", a 1960's rock flavored pop tune complete with Back Beat and sing-along chorus. The simple but compelling guitar riff that brackets the chorus is right out of the rock n roll guitar handbook, and its hard to imagine The Easy Outs not gaining some serious attention for "Come On Come On"; if not on the charts then at least in the licensing realm. A collaboration between the Easy Outs and Kurt Reil (The Doughboys, the Grip Weeds) "Come On Come On" will make you want to dance and sing-along and party like they did before Disco was born.

Rating: 4 Stars (Out of 5)

Danny Adlerman

The Easy Outs Rockin' Your World, Till You Cain't Rock No More!
When you're approached by a doughboy, what's the first thing you think? That's right. You're expecting to stick your index finger into his belly and watch him chuckle with glee. It tickles!

What are you NOT expecting? That the Doughboy is going to tickle YOU. But that's exactly what happened when I was approched to give an advance listen to "Come On, Come On" by Gar Francis, songwriter/guitarist from The Doughboys.

Now make no mistake: This is not The Doughboys, nor is it an incredible simulation. I will not spend the time here extolling their many virtues, however (although I easily could); this is (drumroll, please...) The Easy Outs (cool name), a Jersey shore rock outfit (yay back row!...and if you're from Jersey, you know what that means) that is apparantly intent on rockin' your world, babies, 'til you cain't rock no more!

From the moment you give this MP3 a spin ('ll find the CD has more spin appeal) you are sucked right into that vibe. A tinge of 96 Tears. A dose of Peter Wolf. Shake AND stir, and you have what I can only refer to as garage soul. A new music term for a song that deserves one! This sucker is downright poppy, but ooh, does it deliver! It's infectious - you'll not only be singing along from the very first play, but I can practicially guarantee several plays in a row because you can't get the damned thing outta yer head, and you know what? You don't want to, thank you very much! After all, it is your head, and this song feeds it. It's like sugar in an aspartame world. It's silly, it's frivilous, it's ooh so juicy, but it's real. It's real! I'll tell you this: "Come On, Come on" is some of the best three minutes of my life, and ooh goody, I can have those three minutes over and over again anytime I like!

The Easy Outs are vocalist Bruce Ferguson, bassist Gage Rowley (dude, can I bum your name?) and drummer Bernie Branz, and let me tell you thanks to these mates, everything old is new again. But wait, if you buy right now, there's more! Guesting on this hot little number's backing vox are Kurt Reil and Kristin Pinell of New Jersey own The Gripweeds. And they'll be willing to sing backup on this number every single time you listen to it, at no extra charge!

Available through Bongo Boy Records, "Come On, Come on" is a tune you will not want to miss. And as a parting shot, may I say how much I dig the irony of a band calling themselves The Easy Outs when they have scored such a massive home run. Go get this. Now. Think of it as a seek and destroy mission: You seek. They'll destroy.

Sir Magazine

This song makes you jump out of your seat and do the Monkey!
The Easy Outs, have put an end to the old adage by perfectly capturing the vintage garageband sound of the 60's with their single "Come On, Come On". The band has made a name for themselves by infusing their music with the classic and nostalgic sounds of traditional rock music from the 60s & 70s. Collaboratively, Kurt Reil of The Grip Weeds and Gar Francis of the The Doughboys, make "Come On, Come On" an infectious tune that will have you jumping out of your seat and doing The Monkey! Don't believe us? Take a listen for yourself! - MoPromo Mgmt Co - Bongo Boy Records, LLC
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I dig it !
I dig it.

This is pure simple rock and roll. I love this stuff. This New Jersey band has something going on and that something is FUN. Basically, I dig his voice - a lot and the guitar player can wail. Add in a drummer who is spot on and a solid bass and you have a rock and roll classic.

The organ around the edges reminds me of 1950's rock or perhaps a 1980's parody of 50's rock in the style of the Dick the Bruiser Band. (Anyone out of Detroit will remember those guys.) When you add simple lyrics to the mix Come On Come On cut me loose baby Come On Come On you make a monkey crazy you have gold.

All I can say is thank God. I'm so sick and tired of that young sensitive deep thinking poet crap. ( Nic Stevens I'm talking to you.)

Would I go see these guys live? Yes I would!

bob suehs

"Got the same appeal that "Louie, Louie" has for sure!"
I received this promo one track disc from The Easy Out, a New Jersey based rock band fronted by Gar Francis...well, technically, Gar wrote & produced the song but Bruce Ferguson is the singer....the song itself is one part Tom Petty, two parts 50's rock n roll...when I say "60's Rock N Roll" I am basically referring to acts that I don't know because it was quite a bit before my time, but I do remember hearing that era of music as a little boy; my Mom would play songs like this that had surf styled keyboard parts, a catchy chorus & it was simple, simple music that caught your attention based on a repetitive hook! "Come on, Come On" is a short & sweet anthem that's fluffy, catchy & reminiscent of rock n roll's past....I don't know if the younger kids would find it interesting, but the older generation would cling to this song for's got the same appeal that "Louie, Louie" has for sure!
by Bob Suehs


Rock & Roll done best
Gar Francis backs up his bark with a promising bite with a new production of a single by The EASY OUTS “Come On, Come On” on Bongo Boy Records release date: June 22, 2010.
“Come On, Come On” is a collaboration between songwriter/guitarist of the legendary 60’s Garage rock band The Doughboys, engineer and owner of House of Vibes Kurt Reil (Kurt is also drummer/singer and songwriter for the Grip Weeds) and the Jersey Shore rock band The Easy Outs.

With Gar and Kurt behind the board and the powerful Easy Outs behind the glass they have come up with a rock & roll gem full of fun and punch.

Born with a classic Rock & Roll voice Bruce Ferguson soars above a masterful bass line by Gage Rowley, and drummer Bernie Branz keeps the snares a blasting straight through. Accompanied by the high warm vocal harmonies of the Grip Weeds this is what makes a garage song a classic.
It's not news to anyone that these guys rock.