The Sidney Green Street Band | Dark at the End of the Tunnel

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Dark at the End of the Tunnel

by The Sidney Green Street Band

The Sidney Green Street Band story begins, of course, in a classic roadhouse in Northern New Jersey called the Great Notch Inn, where four prolific musicians….and the closest of friends…. explosively deliver an exceptionally wide-ranging musical allure that infuses good southern rock ′n roll with elements of rhythm & blues and jazz. The Sidney Green Street Band is a guitar-band, plain and simple, featuring the best rhythm section in New York…or anywhere for that matter. Guitarists Justin Jordan and Lance Doss are exceptionally agile guitarists; equally adept at channeling a legendary slice of Quicksilver-era psychedelia as they are at evoking the bittersweet twin guitar harmonies of the Allman Brothers. The forceful syncopated drive of the rhythm section is the legendary Steve Holley (Paul McCartney, Elton John, Joe Cocker and Ian Hunter) on drums and Paul Page (Ian Hunter, John Cale, Dion, Gary US Bonds) on bass. Vocalist Doss, born and raised in Alabama, brings a myriad of colo
Genre: Rock: Extended Jams
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The Sidney Green Street Band was formed out of the musical kinship of four New York based musicians with performance and recording credits ranging from Paul McCartney to Ian Hunter. The musicians include Justin Jordan and Lance Doss on guitars, Paul Page on Bass and Steve Holly on Drums. Their brand of rock and roll has elements of southern funk and Jersey soul with plenty of jamming for the fans of musical improvisation.

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