Monday, April 28, 2008

From Richard Gehr in The Village Voice:

White-trash drinking music doesn't get much downer and dirtier than this self-characterized "glam country" combo from Cherry Valley, New York. Last year's Dirty Little Millionaire celebrated truck-stop truths and roadhouse romance with tobacco-stained fingers and bourbon breath. The current lineup includes at least one member of the late, lamented Ominous Seapods.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

What are you gonna Vote For?


there's only one choice. give 20 bucks right here.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

King Vidor on eMusic

If you don't know about eMusic, it's one of the best subscription based music stores on the internet. For 20 bucks a month you get 75 downloads, and while it doesn't have everything, it has a lot of great old and new music. King Vidor's debut album Dirty Little Millionaire is now available on eMusic. Also, I think there's a joining bonus so you can get our record and dozens of more songs for pennies on your first month. Look for lots of great old country and jazz catalogs, plus some classic indie rock labels too.

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Album 2 demo mux-up

posted a muxtape of demos from album two here

Monday, April 21, 2008

two clips from our recent tour

Driver Take Me Home
live in Woodstock

Baby O Yeah
live in Woodstock