Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Lost Dog Found to Release Second Full-Length Album, DINE ON DANGER The “jump roots” treat drops on August 19, 2014

San Francisco-based outfit Lost Dog Found will release its second full-length album, DINE ON DANGER, on August 19, 2014.  The 10-song (all original) record demonstrates the award-winning band’s fresh take on classic Americana genres.

With a uniquely modern blend, called “jump roots,” of retro Americana genres including blues, swing, rock, and soul, Lost Dog Found reaches a broad spectrum of music lovers, young and old alike, who love to dance and sing along to songs about love, happiness, heartbreak, and hangovers.

DINE ON DANGER opens with a one-two punch of R&B-tinged, finger-snapping, toe-tapping retro poppers, “Hot Swing is Back” and “The Big Stomper.”  The title tracks delivers some expert jazz horn work, and guest powerhouse Leah Woodard adds some gorgeous, smoky vocals to “I’m Not Crying for You.”  Throughout is skillful chops, playful songwriting, and reminders of joyful, grab-your-honey kind of music.

Lost Dog Found is: Chris Hudlow – lead vocals, tenor sax, Steve Mac – guitars, piano, Kyle Pesonen – drums, Nick Miller – alto sax, Jeremy Greene – tenor sax, baritone sax, Craig Berletti – trumpet, organ, Paul Geoghan - upright bass, Guest performers include Scott Yost – upright bass (Time are Tough and Big Stomper), Todd Grady - Trumpet (Times Are Tough and Big Stomper) and Madison Bohrer – tenor sax (Times are Tough and Big Stomper)

Hot Swing is Back
The Big Stomper
The Ghost of Johnny Walker
These Times are Tough (But Baby So are We)
I’m Not Crying for You - featuring Leah Woodard
Dine on Danger
Give Me Love
I Never Thought You Would Make It
You are the Kind of Girl
Nobody Loves Me Like You Do

“Below that fun surface there’s incredibly tight band member cooperation and teamwork.
This is a big bold band that rumbles like a freight train hauling a heavy blues load down the line."
 - Rust Magazine

DINE ON DANGER was written (both words and music) by Steve McCannell  It was produced by McCannell with Jeremy Greene and Chris Hudlow.  Recording was done  at Hyde Street Studios, San Francisco and engineered by Nathan Winter.  “These Times are Tough” and “Big Stomper” were recorded at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley CA and engineered by Jesse Nichols.

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