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Rock Star on the Weekend

by Poor Man's Whiskey

One of San Francisco Bay Area's favorite bands blends styles of Bluegrass/Old Time with Southern Rock and Psychedelic Blues Jam while staying rooted around singer/songwriter stories of American life.
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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1. Train to California (Live)
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2. Goodbye California (Live)
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3. Angeline (Live)
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4. Humboldt Ho Down (Live)
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5. Deal (Live)
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6. You Can Call Me Al (Live)
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7. Willie (Live)
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8. Three Years Gone (Live)
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9. Caroline Daisy (Live)
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10. Whiskey Creek (Live)
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11. Easy Come (Live)
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12. Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes (Live)
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13. Mango Mango (Live)
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14. Jessica (Live)
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15. Rockstar on the Weekend (Live)
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16. Santa Cruz
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17. Stuck in Colorado
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18. Wandering Sadie
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Poor Man's Whiskey is an American band originating in the greater San Francisco Bay Area rooted around the songwriting talents of Josh Brough and Jason Beard (whom met in 1993 at college at the University of California, Santa Barbara). Poor Man's Whiskey's live show and sound is blend of high octane old time/bluegrass music (often done on traditional acoustic instruments of banjo, guitar, and mandolin) and a more psychedelic blues/jam rock style that call upon their earlier influences such as Pink Floyd, The Allman Brothers Band, and the Grateful Dead. Poor Man's Whiskey seamlessly transitions between acoustic and electric styles with a carefully crafted commitment that revolves around well written songs and stories...while maintaining an exciting element of improv and the openness to let a song expand. Besides their 6 original albums and high energy shows, Poor Man's Whiskey is also known for their special "interpretation sets". They gained international attention by their bluegrass rendition of "Dark Side of the Moonshine", as well as interpretive sets of Paul Simon's "Graceland", The Allman Brothers Band, The Eagles, Old and In the Way, and Kate Wolf. These sets are often in conjunction with an original set or a special festival late night party.

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