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Black Joe Lewis • RADKEY • Think No Think • blues, rock

Sunday Dec 8, 2013

Low Spirits

2823 2nd Street NW
Albuquerque, NM
US

Phone: 505-344-9555
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

$15


Black Joe Lewis’ new album Electric Slave is streaming now at Paste.com. Most of Electric Slave was produced by GRAMMY award winner Stuart Sikes (White Stripes, Cat Power, Modest Mouse) and recorded at Church House Studios in Austin, TX. Three of the new tracks (“Skulldiggin,” “Dar Es Salaam,” “My Blood Ain't Runnin' Right”) were recorded and produced by John Congleton (Explosions in the Sky, St. Vincent, Okkervil River) at Elmwood Studios in Dallas. Paste.com Stream: Black Joe Lewis Electric Slave Pre-Order Electric Slave (out August 27): iTunes: http://smarturl.it/electricslave Amazon: http://smarturl.it/electricslaveAMZ D2C: http://smarturl.it/BJLelectricslave The band will tour supporting Electric Slave beginning in September, playing a number of shows along the east coast including a show at New York’s Terminal 5 on September 26. There are also a handful of “Electric Texas Takeover” dates at record stores at the end of August and beginning of September, where they band will play in-stores in Houston, Dallas, and Austin. They’ve also recently announced a number of West Coast shows this November and December, including Los Angeles’ El Rey Theatre on December 5. All of the newly

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Sans Honeybears

Black Joe Lewis
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Black Joe Lewis hasn’t gone solo, but he is actively attempting to shed the “& The Honeybears” from his blues/soul sextet’s moniker. Whether Lewis’ attempt at rebranding the band is successful or not, the musicians previously referred to as Honeybears are still backing the talented singer and guitarist. Touring in support of their latest full-length, Electric Slave, this Austin-based group brings the sounds of Red River Streetand beyondto Low Spirits (2823 Second Street NW) on Sunday, Dec. 8. Missourian punk band Radkey and soulful ATX trio Think No Think open the 21-and-over show. The doors swing wide at 7pm, and tickets are $13.

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