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Big Charlie's Rubber Band / Blog

Hot as a cat on a tin roof

Things are heating up here in Nashville. New songs, new gigs and pretty soon the arrival of Matt "Whiskey Pants" Johnson to round out the trio. Hard to believe it's been almost 2 years since the birth of BCRB...we have grown and evolved as musicians so much in this time, and we are excited to see where the music is taking us. Check out the videos that Nick put together to our songs "Home" and "Stranded". They are a cool montage of our time together playing as a band. Thank you to those who have listened and supported us from the beginning...and to our new fans: we are so glad to have you be a part of Big Charlie's!

Change is in the air...

BCRB is making the move to the Music City, Nashville, TN! By this summer we will be rockin' it as a trio in our new digs in Nashville. Thank you to our family and friends who are cheering us on and supporting us every step of the way!

We love our fans!

Thank you to everyone who helped us get into the Global Battle of the Bands at Hard Rock Cafe, Foxwoods! We appreciate your support and love that you are listening to us on ReverbNation. Stay posted for our new adventures...

New Single!

Check out our newest single, "Found Love"! We are so thrilled to share our music with all our loved ones. Enjoy! This is just a taste of what's to come...

New songs!!!

hey friends! we would love for you to take a listen to some of freshly recorded original songs. thanks for the support!

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Check us out on youtube!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pb-gcil_cQ

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Big Charlie's Rubber Band written by Whats the Mather

For a moment there was someone, there. Now the feeling dissipates in, air. Still the memory reminds, I cared. For a moment my time was shared.

Woah woah woah woah Where did you come from? and where did you go? Woah woah woah! Where did you come from! and where did you go!?

For a moment there was someone, there. Now the feeling dissipates in, air. Still the memory reminds, we cared. For a moment our time was shared.

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