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Video Premiere | Ron Gallo – Fine Diners & Fine Whiners

[youtube][/youtube] [R]on Gallo might be more known for his days as the front man for the Philadelphia based rock and roll band, Toy Soldiers, whose release last year, The Maybe Boys, was one of our favorites. So when we heard Gallo was releasing his own solo record, we were more than intrigued. Then we pressed play, and it wasn’t what we were expecting at all. Gallo’s solo record, Ronny, available on his bandcamp, is a blend of slow pop, weirdo country that hits with a good spirited, frank feel, like it’s straight out of the writer’s mind. As Bill Chenevert…


2013 | Kyle’s Top Records 20 – 16

20. Jonny Fritz – Dad Country [youtube][/youtube] [L]ast year, Mr. Fritz was Mr. Corndawg, and he’d kickstartered a record that finally came early this year, chock full of new tunes & re-recordings of old tunes with a bunch of great musicians (Dawes) and now we have one of the funnest records in Dad Country, for the year. Fritz has his own special style that can both make you laugh and cry in separate verses. He’s a blooming songwriter, and always a good time live. For the outlaw country fan, this is an album you have to have. The Tracks >…


Tonight | Kingsley Flood w/ Toy Soldiers, Grace & Tony – Paradise Rock Club

[B]oston’s very own Kingsley Flood have been on the road this summer promoting their fantastic album, Battles, and destroying stages across the country with a live show that raises the performance bar with each city stop. The gang’s last show in their hometown was back in May, and we have missed them. The country is catching on folks and if you have yet to experience a Kingsley Flood show you simply must remedy that mistake this evening. [P]hiladelphia band Toy Soldiers are looking to bring the stage smack-down challenge to the headliners this evening as the five-piece from the city…


Toy Soldiers – Tell the Teller

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[A]t times buried within my inbox, is music that just isn’t right for this site, my readers / listeners, and well this is not the case. When this one opened up, my ears perked, my eyes opened wide, and I grinned from ear to ear, this is fucking magic. You can feel it from the first strike of the guitar, this one is gonna be fun, and then as the band pulls in and that party gets started, you just want to jump out of your damn seat and party. This is that song.

“Tell the Teller,” comes from their 2nd album, out this September called The Maybe Boys.