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Dan Baird & Homemade Sin

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Sunday 12th November

Academy 3

25th September sees the release of the new Homemade Sin album. Their third release and already poised to outsell their two previous releases.


Recorded in Malmö, Sweden and Nashville, Tennessee, the twelve tracks tip their hats to the band’s musical influences; The Rolling Stones, Faces and The Band, whilst lyrically, Dan Baird takes the listener through rural America and the characters and stories, he meets along the way.


You may remember Dan, he was the lead singer with ’80’s roots superstars The Georgia Satellites and the composer of “Keep Your Hands To Yourself”. Every night in America, it is estimated that at least eight bands will be covering that number. Not bad for a song that celebrates its thirtieth birthday next year.
Joining Dan is fellow ex Satellite, drummer Mauro Magellan and founder member of Americana Hall Of Fame Lifetime Achievement winners Jason And The Scorchers, guitarist Warner E. Hodges. The lineup is completed by Micke Nilsson on bass.


The band has a reputation for being one of the best live acts currently on the circuit, appearing at the Sweden Rock festival in 2009 and Hard Rock Hell in 2011 and 2012. In 2012 they headlined the prestigious Kilkenny Festival in Ireland. They have established an annual series of concerts in London that attract fans from all around the world.


HERE’S WHAT THE PRESS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE NEW ALBUM
“Dan's new album sounds, like a good rock-album has to sound. Good songs performed by a band with the right spirit and feeling for this music”. RENE MAEDER - WOP BOP A LOO BOP RADIO
"A ter-riff-ic set of smart, ageless rock & roll tunes, imbued with Baird's lively sense of fun, all delivered with the crunching musicality and masterful dexterity a lifetime on the road will cultivate. Holy cow! Allow Get Loud! now” HOWARD THOMPSON - MUSIC DIRECTOR, WPKN 89.5FM, BRIDGEPORT
“It’s been a long time since people made albums as fun, as strong and as satisfying as this one” - BILLBOARD
“Amazing songs delivered with gap toothed, shit kicking passion. Swaggering hooklines, bittersweet lyrics, great guitars and choruses to die for. Homemade Sin in a nutshell” – CLASSIC ROCK
“Completely unpretentious and totally irresistible” - ALT COUNTRY
“Contains all the elements of the classic Georgia Satellites sound” - SPIN


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