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Please Stay Tuned

by Rusty Strings

A fantastic mix of roots rock, swing and folk, with 4 singers and lots of fun songs about life, love, cars, boats and trains.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. Don't Slow On the Yellow
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2. Swingin' On Love
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3. Beggin' Eyes
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4. Over With You
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5. Lost in the Sea
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6. Any Other Love
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7. She Doesn't Love You
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8. A Sign
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9. Givin' Me the Blues
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10. Take Control
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11. Santa Fe
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Formed in early 2005, RUSTY STRINGS were born out of a desire to have fun playing songs from every era since humans started making records, with an emphasis on singing, and a back-to-natural approach to instrumentation. Indeed, they started out mainly on acoustic guitars, with flute and the odd keyboard part thrown in where appropriate, and no drums or full-time bassist. Like most bands, things evolved over time, and eventually electric guitars, keyboard and bass began to appear in the instrument lists, inevitably leading as these things do to the addition in 2011 of a full-fledged (and highly skilled) rhythm section.

In the beginning, Rusty Strings played only covers, sometimes well-known, sometimes obscure, but always with the emphasis on fun and good humor. This was not a band inclined towards extended soloing, lyrical naval-gazing or chemically fueled bouts of guitar-smashing. However, they did wield a fairly mean pun and were known right from the start to indulge in a significant amount of outright silliness.

As the years passed, the setlists evolved to include more and more original songs, which fans (sometimes known as "Stringalongs") grew to love and demand in CD format. Which brings us to where we are today - the release of a CD full of Rusty originals. Songs you may not have heard that sound like they've been with you all your life. Stylistically ranging from rockabilly cats to big-band swingers to folksinger songwriters to powerpops (and a mom), Rusty Strings defies easy classification, but often leads to an ear-catching good time.

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