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Jail Weddings Tickets

Jail Weddings Tickets
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With the end of his post-Starvations project Fortune's Flesh, singer/guitarist Gabriel Hart has gathered like-minded adventurers to roundout the line-up of his new outfit JAIL WEDDINGS - an updated take on the darker side of the '60s girl group blueprint with swamp-pop leanings, all combined with mean-streak mutant torch song drama. The band will reside very happily in Los Angeles, CA until further notice. "Jail Weddings are unreal—full disclosure is that I respect Gabe Hart (Starvations/Fortune’s Flesh) a lot and here is the band he was born for. Nine-piece revue with himself and two wild ladies up front—Katya the incandescent blonde and Tina the bombshell brunette—and a band that is Phil Spector’s Wrecking Crew from X’s Los Angeles. Their good songs are as good as any good band and their best songs are an honor and a privilege: Gabe in silver tie with basso boom like Roy Orbison (!) hauling a song across his shoulder with the opener, “Somebody’s lonely . . . !” and the band (with violin and sax and keys) and the girls pop in on the exact same sha-la-la behind him. No gimmick—instead the total real deal, with Katya and Tina and Gabe all splitting solos (just like my Wailers at the Castle LP) off their righteous heartbroke big-beat big-chorus California rock & roll. " - Chris Ziegler, The District Weekly/LA Record Sounds like; A heated argument in a car parked on Lover's Leap where everyone wins while the Shangri-La's and Flesheaters blare through blown speakers. The most embarrassing diary in the world somehow gets left behind the scene of the crime. Coppers laugh and cry simultaneously...Narrated by Georges Battaille, brought to you in part by Bubblicious. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.