L O C A L E V E N T
Colbie Caillat/Gavin Degraw at SB Bowl
Friday August 17, 2012
Caillat’s set will include new songs plus material from all three of her albums: COCO; BREAKTHROUGH; and her most recent, ALL OF YOU, which features the hit tracks “I Do,” “Brighter Than the Sun” and “Favorite Song,” a duet with Common. DeGraw will perform songs from his third studio album, SWEETER, including his platinum selling hit single “Not Over You,” and his newest hit single “Sweeter,” both co-written with OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder.
From Glen Phillips, MR.LEMONS was recorded in Nashville, TN and mixed at Ed in Santa Barbara, CA. In Phillip’s words: “MR. LEMONS was produced by Neilson Hubbard and engineered and mixed by Andy Hunt. Instead of starting with rhythm tracks and adding vocals at the end of the record, songs were either recorded with live lead vocals and a full band or built up from a solo vocal and guitar performance. Overdubs were done with musicians playing together in small ensembles to allow more spontaneity and musical interaction. I live in Santa Barbara, the city of my birth, with my wife and three children, two chickens and a golden retriever. I released Mr. Lemons independently, as part of a decision to shift from the insanity of the record business to the manageability of a family business. I was in a band called Toad the Wet Sprocket when I was a boy. We sold over three million records, had a handful of radio hits and toured relentlessly. We broke up in 1998, for all the usual reasons. I've made three other solo albums. ABULUM (produced by Ethan Johns) and LIVE AT LARGO are both independent releases, and WINTER PAYS FOR SUMMER (with contributions from Jon Brion and Ben Folds among others) was released by the Lost Highway label. I have also released a collaboration with Nickel Creek called MUTUAL ADMIRATION SOCIETY.
I love running up and down fields chasing flying plastic discs. I am an enthusiastic cook. I read plenty of books when I'm not too depressed. I am happy to talk about politics and religion. I am most drawn to Buddhist spiritual philosophies, which confuses some people. I'm pretty much convinced that we have destroyed enough of the biosphere that we will soon make ourselves extinct. I take my coffee with a little cream, no sugar. I find excess packaging and materialism in general to be morally abhorrent, but do love opening things.”
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