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“Mixed Up” from Lonely Ones was featured on last night’s episode of About A Boy on NBC! You can hear it playing at 4:02.

My Audiotree session is live! Watch our interview and performance of five songs from Lonely Ones.

Hey Friends,

After almost three weeks on the road in the Midwest, East Coast and Deep South, we’re home! We had so much fun seeing all of you sing the new songs back to us and had some of our best shows to date including our biggest crowds in NYC and Evanston. We blew one tire, hit 200,000 miles on the van, got stuck in the snow twice, left one hotel in fear of bed bugs (we’re fine) and stayed in the jacuzzi suite in Columbus. I can’t tell you how good it feels to be turning the clocks forward and heading into Spring. That means more shows! We are kicking things off for round two of the Lonely Ones Tour with three Oklahoma shows including the official CD release in my hometown of Oklahoma City. I can’t wait to see all of you at the shows!

UPCOMING SHOWS

Mar 28 – The Vanguard, Tulsa, OK
Mar 29 – Bricktown Music Hall, OKC, OK
Apr 5 – SWOSUPalooza, Weatherford, OK
Details at GrahamColton.com/shows

Watch “Summer To Me,” the last of “The Lonely Sessions” I filmed with my band at Blackwatch Studios.

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Changing styles on Lonely Ones, writing non-autobiographical lyrics, and starting songs with just rhythm on Alternative Addiction.

Watch “Mixed Up,” the second installment from “The Lonely Sessions” I filmed with my band at Blackwatch Studios.

As you know, my new album Lonely Ones is a very different sound for me. To give you an idea what to expect at the Lonely Ones Tour full band shows, we filmed a few songs at Blackwatch Studios. We’re dubbing these “The Lonely Sessions.” Here’s the first, “Hands Untied.”

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If you use eMusic, you can grab “Born To Raise Hell” free from them, today only.

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Andy Langer at Esquire includes “Born To Raise Hell” among the best songs of January 2014 along with songs by Warpaint, Dum Dum Girls, Against Me!, and more.

Thanks to OurVinyl for the kind words about my trippy lil tune ‘Born To Raise Hell.’ I love this blog and you all should check it out here!