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Berkley, MI 48072

Friday
Apr252014

FTN-013 - THE RICH HANDS - "OUT OF MY HEAD" OUT MAY 6! (PRE-ORDER NOW!)

 

Out of My Head, the new album from San Antonio rock ‘n’ rollers The Rich Hands breaks out of the gate with a punchy, pumped-up and fuzzed-out riff that immediately gets the party in full gear. Taking cues from classic rock, garage punk, and even a little surf pop–always amped to the max and and extra crunchy­–the tight rhythms, infectious hooks and supercharged anthems belted out throughout the dozen loud and proud tracks of Out of My Head, out May 6 via Fountain Records, with a cassette release by Burger Records, marks a huge stomp forward for the young trio.

 

TRACK LIST

1. ALL OVER ME

2. BALLROOM LOVE

3. LOVE STRUCK

4. I WANT YOU

5. HOME

6. GUY LIKE ME

7. SO FINE

8. TEENAGER

9. NO HARM BLUES

10. OTHER BOYS

11. I GET BY

Tuesday
Mar042014

FTN-011 - THE RICH HANDS - "TEENAGER b/w JUMPIN' JACK FLASH" 

 

 

TEENAGER. The first single off of The Rich Hands album "Out of My Head" is available for PREORDER NOW!!! WE AREN'T PRESSING MANY, SO DON'T WAIT!!

 

 CALL YOUR LOCAL RADIO STATIONS AND TELL THEM YOU WANT TO HERE "TEENAGER"!!!!

Monday
Feb102014

FTN-013 - THE RICH HANDS - "OUT OF MY HEAD" LP (OFFICIAL TEASER)

"Out of My Head" LP Avaialble: MAY 6, 2014 

Tuesday
May142013

FTN-007 - THE RICH HANDS - "DREAMERS" LP RELEASE DETAILS

 

Availability

iTunes - May 28, 2013

Cassette - (via Burger Records) - June 4, 2013

LP - July 9, 2013

 

TRACK LISTING

1. Sugar

2. Tease (Pretty Pretty Please)

3. Hard 2 B Like Me

4. Bad Girl

5. Never Let You Go

6. Jealous Guy

 

7. Stranger

8. Leave That Girl Alone

9. Yer Man

10. My Mind

11. Where Did My Baby Go?

Thursday
Aug022012

KT, Cover Story - Metrotimes "The ballad of Kenny T"

Kenny Tudrick springs up from the couch, heads to the kitchen and returns balancing carefully a platter of cut vegetables and ranch dip, which he places atop a rack of recording gear. He grins and announces awkwardly, "Check me out. Hosting, man."

Down-dressed up in Y-back suspenders, white V-neck T-shirt, flared jeans with a big vintage belt buckle, and boots, the singer-songwriter hardly resembles a "host." In fact, clothes hang off him like a malnourished scarecrow, he's naturally graceful with sharp elbows, bony shoulders. His high cheekbones lift a complexion toughened a bit by a few weeks' growth, some hard road and a teenage battle with zits. Hair's grown-out shag: total rock star.

But for good reason he's host, and nervous. He's in Royal Oak's Rust Belt Studios for the first "public" listen of his new, self-titled double album — which just arrived from Manhattan mastering house Sterling Sound.

For more, click here to Metrotimes