Wow, thanks so much to all the college radio stations out there supporting All the Brown and Green. Really appreciate it. Please feel free to call your local station and request a tune or two from the new album.
Well, the new album has been mixed and mastered for quite some time now. You can listen to four of the new songs here. I have no idea when the album will be available for sale. I've contacted a few record labels but none seem interested in putting it out. Are they all a bunch of horrendous fuckers? That remains to be seen. I may have enough money to press up a few copies this year as I've got a temp job and that's at least a little money coming in. If you're interested in helping get the new record out please consider buying some of the older albums and encouraging everyone you know to do the same. It costs a ton of money to put out a record and it kills me that this one is just sitting on the shelf. These new songs are great and I can't wait for you to hear them!
For the measly price of just $6 you are to be entertained for hours on end and loved like the warmth of winter sun. In all likelihood you won't have to work the following day so this is the correct Sunday on which to stay out a bit. You can ease into evening enjoying friends and beers and the strange sounds that humans do sometimes make. If further incentive is required, let me state right here and now that I will indeed be using BOTH hands on the guitar this time. Be there at 8pm and don't forget to say hello.
If you'd like to buy the songs digitally you now can. Convenient, huh? Just go to warrenteagarden.bandcamp.com and all your problems will soon be at an end. I just might add some of the new songs as sort of "digital singles" so stay tuned on that one.
Here are a couple of photos from the Hotel Utah show on July 21st. Thanks to everyone that came out to the show!
I've written some short stories and put them on a website. Go ahead and read them and let me know your thoughts. The site is called Reverse Decapitation Kit. And always remember: It's never easy putting your head back on, but it's not impossible.
Well, as some of you know I started a little record label called Meaningless World Records in 2011. The idea behind the label was to put out my albums as well as some side projects. MWR put out Warren Teagarden and The Good Grief in September of 2011. We've just finished a new album and it should be released in fall or winter of 2013. After that I've got a few more ideas in the works. First, I think it'd be nice put out Ugly as a Monkey on vinyl. Second, I've got some other songs written (well, partially written) that I don't want to release as "Warren Teagarden" songs. These other songs owe a lot to my love of Dead Milkmen and Ween and bands like that. So I've been kicking around the idea of doing a band called Wet Hugs in which I could play some silly-as-shit type numbers without encroaching on the quiet somber dignity of Warren "This Song Is About Sex With An Alien" Teagarden. Details on the third project are a bit up in the air, but it involves most or all of the members of my backing band The Good Grief. More info coming soon.
We haven't played Hotel Utah in quite some time, so it'll be nice to bring our rockin' ways down to the SOMA once again. It'll be a full on Warren Teagarden and The Good Grief show, with Anthony on drums, Okay on bass, Becky on backing vocals and percussion, and Pete playing lead guitar. Before us is the always stupendous Clamhawk Manor. And opening the show all the way from our nation's capitol is Teething Veils. (And a special thanks to Becky for the sweet flyer!)
I'm a singer/songwriter from San Francisco doing punk based indie pop type stuff. I also really like cats. (The animal not the musical.)