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Gas Station Guru

by Ted Hefko and The Thousandaires

Ted Hefko and The Thousandaires stir up an intoxicating brew of the profound and the profane, of virtue and vice and most importantly the volatile in-between. Ted’s songs explore hope and hustlers, saints and strays, drifters and the down-and-out.
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1. Two Vices
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2. The Roofer
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3. Tell Me the Truth
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4. Ride Me Down Easy
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5. The Next Train
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6. Aint Gonna Give You None O' My Jellyroll
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7. Ten Dollar Hat
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8. Stop Sayin' Unless
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9. City of New Orleans
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Gas Station Guru is the fourth album from roots and rhythm ensemble Ted Hefko and The Thousandaires.  Recorded in Ted’s hometown of New Orleans, the album will be released by Onager Records on March 22.

The record features guitarist Mem Shannon, who lent his distinctive style to “Two Vices.”  Pianist Sherman Bernard adds his authentic New Orleans feel to “Ten Dollar Hat” and “The Next Train” features contributions from members of the Cajun band T’Canaille.
 
Ted Hefko and The Thousandaires stir up an intoxicating brew of the profound and the profane, of virtue and vice and most importantly the volatile in-between. Ted’s songs explore hope and hustlers, saints and strays, drifters and the down-and-out. The Thousandaires -- with Hefko on vocals, guitar and tenor sax -- bring these stories to life with the spontaneity of jazz, the rough-hewn, bare-bones tone of backwoods folk songs and the raucous vibrancy of classic Louisiana Rhythm and Blues.

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