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Vagabond Loafers

Rank #8 US Islip Terrace, NY Indie / Rock / Americana
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50% of sales go to the charity Sweet Relief.

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Sounds Like: The Black Keys, The Jayhawks, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

Bio: The Vagabond Loafers combine rock, blues, rockabilly, and even some occasional country elements in their all-original music to create a sort of electric Americana feel. Minor chords, dominant sevenths, and semitones make frequent appearances. The lyrical content is often tongue-in-cheek and tends... See Full Bio

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Vagabond Loafers has a show on 09/20/2014 at 09:00 PM @ Bartini Bar in Babylon, NY http://www.reverbnation.com/q/53ph6n #concert

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CD is now available!
Sep 18, 2013
Our CD, "From The Outside," is now available at CD Baby, Amazon.com and iTunes! [more]
CD Going To Production
Jul 4, 2013
Our debut CD, From The Outside, is going into production and should be available... [more]
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Q: I really like the song, "The One Thing That Went Wrong!". What inspired you to right that song? Is this the lyrics written after a heartbreak?
A: Michele, The song was inspired by a part of Charles Dickens' life. I took some aspects of his love life (seeing a woman "in the mist" at Niagara Falls, using real-life women as characters in his novels) and including his obsession with a woman named Maria Beadnell, and projected on to a modern-day guy who could do anything (music, painting, writing, etc.), but lost the woman of his dreams: the one thing that went wrong. I guess the moral of the story is that no matter how bright or talented or successful we may think we are, life can humble us. I also thought about what life would be like if my wife wasn't here (blinds never open, clothes piled on the floor...). Bob P.S.: I have wanted to use the line "There's a stain on the sheets where your love used to be" for a long time. :-)

Asked by Michele DiGuiseppi Walker. Answered on Mon Jul 01 2013

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