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Boston’s Mean Creek Offers Free Download of New EP Hemophiliac

January 18, 2011 by  
Filed under Daily Downloads, Daily Music News

Boston-based rock quartet Mean Creek is excited to announce the release of its new EP titled Hemophiliac. The EP is now available for FREE download via the band’s Bandcamp page here.

Hemophiliac EP tracklisting:
1. Sunlight
2. I’m So Afraid
3. No One Has To Know
4. Say You Care
 
Upcoming appearances:
January 29 – Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA (w/ Taxpayer, Girlfriends, Dirty Dishes)
February 5 – Pianos – New York, NY (w/ The Vandelles, The Party Faithful, Boom Chick)

Boys Like Girls – Lowell, MA

August 15, 2008 by  
Filed under Latest Photo Galleries

Boys Like Girls
Soundtrack of Your Summer Tour
August  15, 2008
Tsongas Arena – Lowell, MA
Photos by:  Mary Ouellette

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Drew Parsons of American Hi-Fi

April 15, 2006 by  
Filed under Interviews

ahftop“All around the world, all the Geeks get the Girl..”

Stacy Jones formed American Hi-Fi after playing drums with the likes of Letters to Cleo and Veruca Salt.  He made the jump from behind the kit to singer/guitarist/front man and recruited his friends from Boston to round out the band; Drew Parsons on Bass, Brian Nolan on drums, and Jamie Arentzen on guitar.  Nolan would later be replaced by Jason Sutter on the skins.

The band recorded their self-titled cd in Maui with Bob Rock and had a hit single with “Flavor of the Weak”.  They followed up their debut release with their album “The Art of Losing” and massive amounts of touring around the world.  Their third and latest release “Hearts on Parade”, was written and recorded by the band alone and then some production help from the one and only Butch Walker.

It’s been some time since their last release so bassist Drew Parsons took some time to fill us in on where American Hi-Fi has been, and where they are going.

Interviewed by:  Mary Ouellette |  April 2006

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