This show will start EARLY -- doors at 8pm and show at 8:30pm.
We are opening for Left on Vermont. New songs and new treats to toss to the audience.
We will be the musical guests for Brandon Wetherbee's "You Me Them Everybody" show and podcast.
Special stripped down show featuring the TPG Nurk Twins doing their song and dance routine.
Sounds Like: Ray Charles, Elvis Costello, WILD FLAG, The Rolling Stones, Justin Bieber
Label: Lost Lyrics Records
Manager: Robert Hornsby
Bio: Note: We have two new songs up from "The Book Club Play" by Karen Zacarias, which ran at Arena Stage, DC's biggest venue, in the fall of 2011. DOWNLOAD them for free here.
The Public Good, based in Washington, DC, has developed a cult following inspired by the band's special mix of pounding rock...See Full Bio
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"The Public Good’s follow-up to their critically-acclaimed 2009 release, No. 1, is another solid endeavor. On its face, A Varied Program of Stereo Dynamics for Your Wild Nights Alone is eclectic or quirky pop, but the intelligent, mature lyrics weave a path through well-crafted melodies and rhythms, and transports listeners through various themes and topics with ease. Among the album’s great tracks are “My Pre-Existing Conditions” and “Hey, Solomon Grundy,” although the driving power-pop of “Black Ice,” the classic harmonies of “This Rising Tide” and “Slow Day At Work,” a slightly-REM influenced instrumental tune, are the clear stand-outs. With A Varied Program of Stereo Dynamics for Your Wild Nights Alone, The Public Good have delivered the sort high-quality of power-pop not heard since the heydays of The Smithereens, Guadalcanal Diary and The Replacements." 4 of 5 stars