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Dogs on Television - CD release - Church, Boston - 6/5





Dogs on Television - CD release - Church, Boston - 6/5

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Dogs on Television, is a Boston based band who play kick-ass blues-infused rock. Their tunes are filled with hopeful, but desperate angst, and it is awesome. The structure of the songs are picked from the pockets of deep American blues, but are successfully modified for modern, electric rock. "Dumbstruck #2" is more on the old-timey blues style side while "The Jailer" has more of a Black Crowes emotional but heavy 90's feel with brushes of ol' 70's blues-rock, reminiscent of the Rolling Stones or Steve Winwood.

Dogs on Television is about to put out their first CD this Saturday, June 5. In celebration, DoTV will be hosting a CD Release show at Church, near Fenway Park in Boston. Some really excellent bands will be joining DoTV on the bill such as Jaxon Boom, Blackbutton (who just released a killer CD themselves), and Mikey P and the A Company.

Church -69 Kilmarnock Street Boston - 9pm - $10

--The Deli Staff

Editor's note: I've been listening to DoTV's front-man, James Houlahan for at least 5 years since he was in The Jody Grind and I was always happy to see him come in a the Lizard Lounge Open Mic on Mondays. The album is stellar to the max.

Published: June 02, 2010 |

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