Complete your Main Street String Band collection.
Main Street String Band. Hometown Jamboree (7", EP, Mono). Main Street String Band. When You Wore A Tulip, Keep A Twinkle In Your Eye (Shellac, 10").
Jamboree is the second album by American indie rock band Beat Happening, released in 1988 through K Records and Rough Trade Records. All songs were produced by Steve Fisk with assistance from Screaming Trees members Mark Lanegan and Gary Lee Conner (who plays a brief guitar solo on "Midnight a Go-Go"), except "Cat Walk," produced by Patrick Maley, and "The This Many Boyfriends Club," recorded live by Rich Jensen
HomeTown were a six-piece Irish boy band, formed and managed by Louis Walsh. They were signed to RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment UK. The six-piece vocal group were made up of singers from the four corners of Ireland. Walsh auditioned a thousand young hopefuls for his latest pop endeavour and spent over a year whittling the numbers down until he finally settled on 5 members. Dean was the only member lucky enough to not have to endure the long audition process
Album · 2015 · 11 Songs. Straight outta Ireland, meet the next big boy band. Listen on Apple Music.
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Grant Street String Band. Grant Street String Band. CD - Flat Rock Records 103).
Hometown by nymano x Pandrezz, released 17 October 2018 1. Train Station 2. Hometown 3. Fireworks 4. Pandrezz x j'san.
Hometown Jamboree was an American country music radio and television show simultaneously broadcast each Saturday night by KXLA radio, Pasadena, California and KLAC-TV/KCOP and KTLA-TV, Los Angeles, California beginning in 1949. The show was hosted by Cliffie Stone and first held at the American Legion Stadium in El Monte, California, and later at the Harmony Park Ballroom in Anaheim, California. The show was the springboard for many of country music's premier musicians including Tennessee Ernie Ford, Billy Strange, Zane Ashton (aka Bill Aken), Speedy West, and a host of others.