Quimby Mountain Band | Just Can't Tell

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Just Can't Tell

by Quimby Mountain Band

Hard-hitting Rock & Roll and Rhythm & Blues
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Just Can't Tell
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2. The Last Time
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3. Price of Your Words
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Known for their incredible live performances, Quimby Mountain Band is quickly reaching new heights as they have opened up for several major acts in the last few months. Whether playing in the Northwest part of New Jersey or at venues throughout the Northeast, Quimby Mountain Band continues to garner tons of attention and new fans. High Times Magazine named them one of the Best Unsigned Bands of 2013. In concert, the band plays predominately originals with a sound that spans a wide range of genres, with parts funk, blues,
southern rock, reggae and soul mixed in. The band isn’t confined to any one style, which makes them good reason for celebration among their rabid following. The band’s CD release party in September 2011 was a sellout at the Blairstown (NJ) Theater, making them only the third group to do so that year, following in the footsteps of national acts From Good Homes and Steve Earle. Quimby Mountain Band has been a festival favorite, as well, having appeared at MusikFest, Rock Hops, the Waterloo Music Festival, Festival in the Borough, Bourbon Street Blues Festival, the Great Pocono Raceway Festival, Centenary Blues Bash, WNTI Stage, Peacock Palooza in Jersey City, NJ, Wagnerstock in New York, Skylands Music & Arts Festival, Groove in the Grove, and other festivals. The New York Timeshighlighted the band in an article about the Skylands
Festival (“Youth Movement at an Old Festival”). Lenny Bloch, formerly of CBS Radio in New York,says, “I have watched this band evolve, mature, and crystallize over the past few years. They combine hard energy and spirited musicianship. Their sound is rooted in a blues/rock vain with elements of punk, power-pop, and pure rock. The songwriting is impressive,
unique.” The band has opened up for a host of major acts, including Railroad Earth, MarshallTucker Band, Foghat, Rusted Root, 7 Walkers (featuring Grateful Dead’s Bill Kruetzman), Edgar Winter, Bernie Worrell Orchestra, Dark Star Orchestra, former Blood, Sweat & Tears frontman Rob Papparozzi, and Cabinet, to name a few.



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