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Shannon Shaw: "Cryin' My Eyes Out"

on May 23, 2018 - 6:36pm

Shannon Shaw debuted her new music video for "Cryin' My Eyes Out" via BUST, who say “Cryin' My Eyes Out” sounds like it could’ve been recorded yesterday, or half a century ago.” The video, for the third single off Shaw's forthcoming debut album Shannon In Nashville (June 8, Easy Eye Sound), was directed by Ryan Daniel Browne and features Shaw playing the role of every member of her band. Shaw reveals: “The song is a real tear jerker for me, it's about a tough family pickle I've been in for a long time.

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Chuck Auerbach’s Debut Album, 'Remember Me,' Out June 15 Via Easy Eye Sound

on May 23, 2018 - 6:22pm

On June 15, to coincide with Father's Day, Chuck Auerbach, father of renowned musician and producer Dan Auerbach, will release his debut album, Remember Me, via Easy Eye Sound. The album is a testament to the influence of the music from Auerbach's youth, and showcases his innate ability to convey the stories of his well-lived life through songs. A collaborative effort with his son Dan Auerbach, who also produced the record, Remember Me features some of Nashville's finest musicians, including Kenny Vaughn and Dave Roe.

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Shannon Shaw: Freddies 'n' Teddies

on May 10, 2018 - 6:23pm

Shannon Shaw debuted her new music video for “Freddies 'n' Teddies” via Noisey, who call it “a slow-burning slice of pop noir, like a lost Nancy Sinatra recording cut after a night sleeping in Donna Summer's satin sheets.” The video, for the second single off Shaw’s forthcoming debut album Shannon In Nashville (June 8, Easy Eye Sound), was directed by Hannah Lew and features Shaw backed by a full band of animatronic teddy bears. Shaw reveals: “I think that there is no better backing band for me ... seriously cannot think of one better idea than a full blown teddy bear band!

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Link Wray: "Rumble" in Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

on April 16, 2018 - 5:02pm

Congratulations to the late Link Wray, whose highly influential 1958 tune "Rumble" was inducted into the inaugural class of Rock & Roll Singles at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Saturday!

Easy Eye Sound released "Son of Rumble," Link's intended but never released follow-up to the song that introduced the world to power chords and intentional distortion, on a vinyl 7" backed with "Whole Lotta Talking," another never heard track, on Friday. Get it today in the Easy Eye Sound Store.

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Link Wray: "Son of Rumble" 7" Out Now

on April 13, 2018 - 2:07pm

It's been 60 years since legendary guitarist Link Wray released his influential instrumental song "Rumble," and changed the face and sound of rock and roll forever. Today, Dan Auerbach's label, Easy Eye Sound releases "Son of Rumble," Link's intended but never released follow-up to the song that introduced the world to power chords and intentional distortion, on a vinyl 7" backed with "Whole Lotta Talking," another never heard track. Get it today in the Easy Eye Sound Store.

Said Auerbach about Wray's importance: "I saw him play in Cleveland at the Grog shop and he blew my mind.

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