Streets Of Laredo, the New Zealand-originating family band fast on their way to becoming a household name in Brooklyn, makes the sort of joyous acoustic racket rarely seen in rock clubs these days. Drawing on 70s folk-rock (a la Bob Dylan and Paul Simon), and using horns, guitars, and lots of sing-a-longs, the bright-eyed optimism that brought the group to a new city in a new country is evident in their music.
Featured song: “Slow Train”
Complete broadcast and audio playlist: http://b-t-r.co/1ufWKAL
Volume I & II, the latest release from Streets Of Laredo, is now available from Die Alone Records.
Upcoming tour dates:
11/18 @ The Satellite in Los Angeles, CA
11/20 @ Stubb’s BBQ in Austin, TX
11/21 @ Beatnik in New Orleans, LA
11/22 @ High Watt in Nashville, TN
11/24 @ DC9 Nightclub in Washington, DC
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