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Mike Quinn Opening for Quiet Life at MilkBoy Philly Dec. 12

Mike Quinn’s lyrical approach could be considered quirky, since his observations often twist rather than taking a clear path. However, those “odd” decisions create memorable routes, which, coupled with his distinct delivery, has a way of embedding his words in your mind. Instrumentally, it’s familiar enough and reminiscent of a folksy Americana backdrop, with those endearingly inviting open-screen-door tones. However, taking a closer look, those traditional images are slightly warped and out of focus in a surprising revitalized configuration. The overcast folk of The Bailey Hounds fill the middle slot. The foursome continues to emerge with tightly constructed agonizingly endearing tunes that offer a glimpse of light amid the darkness. The night will be headlined by the fresh energy-infused Americana of Quiet Life. Milkboy Philly, 1100 Chestnut St., 8:30pm, $10, 21+ - Michael Colavita

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New Track: "Greenwich" - The Bailey Hounds

This cold and rain has us feeling quite solemn today. It's making for a fitting backdrop to The Bailey Hounds' final release of the year, a single called "Greenwich." They'll also be taking the stage this Friday, December 12 at MilkBoy Philly alongside local Mike Quinn and Portland, OR's Quiet Life.

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New Track: "Blood Red Sun" - The Bailey Hounds

Americana rock outfit The Bailey Hounds just released the first of two singles to close out the year. "Blood Red Sun" was produced by Jon Low (The National. Sharon Van Etten, etc.) and the band at Miner Street Recordings. The Bailey Hounds currently has a couple of local area shows on its schedule - November 12 at The Ardmore Music Hall and December 12 at MilkBoy Philly.   

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The Bailey Hounds Headline at The Boot & Saddle Aug. 8

A stacked lineup happens at The Boot & Saddle tonight that sees The Bailey Hounds headlining their first local show since they rocked Laurel Hill Cemetery in June. And they’ll be set to deliver their melodic blend of dark country rock ballads with metal undertones. The show will be a great chance to catch Levee Drivers while they take a break from recording a new album in the studio, so it’s possible that you may be treated to some new material in the process. It will also be a good chance to catch Katie Frank & The Pheromones before they play the local fest circuit at Philadelphia Folk Festival and Clark Park Music & Arts Festival. The Boot & Saddle, 1131 S. Broad St., 8pm, $10, 21+ - Bill McThrill





The Bailey Hounds Rock w/the Dead at Laurel Hill Cemetery June 7

Ever since releasing their first album Along the Gallows in 2011, The Bailey Hounds have managed to craft a dark and somber blend of gothic Americana folk that also pulls from their love for metal. Music like this is perfect for a cemetery, and that’s exactly why they’ll be in their element when The Bailey Hounds play their third annual show at the historic Laurel Hill Cemetery tonight. They have been working on a special double set list that features plenty of special requests. So it will be a good time to get out there and rock with the dead. Laurel Hill Cemetery, 3822 Ridge Ave., 8pm, $10 All Ages - Bill McThrill

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