Wednesday, November 11, 2009

A Message From Johnny Castle

Johnny C. here.  Fresh out of rock n roll rehab and ready to fall off the wagon one more time.   

It's been a year and a half since the b&e boys and I have played together and we're bringing it all together on Saturday night just for you!  

We have a whole wheelbarrow of rock ready to be delivered, dumped on the floor, and covered in beer.  We'll be breaking out some classics and hopefully, if you are lucky, Brendan will do a striptease for all the ladies! So bring those dollar bills for B's britches and a lighter for that slow song.

Cause we're playing the Way Out Club on Saturday November 14th.  Come on by.  Buy us a beer.  Get a little crazy.  
 
Hugs n kisses,
J.C. 
 
P.S.  I'll be the one holding two sticks and hitting stuff.  

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

B&E's First Album Shows Up At Thrift Store

Only .85 at the STL Goodwill! 
This is a proud moment in B&E history. 

Saturday, September 5, 2009

B&E Needs A New Drummer

Sadly, Widey had to hang up his sticks and move on from the band. 

So we're looking for a new guy...
http://stlouis.craigslist.org/muc/1360345976.html

Thursday, June 25, 2009

We Have Shirts!

Blogger Takes a Liking to Our New Album

http://dakotapunk.blogspot.com/2009/06/b-take-listen.html

"Okay, on to sound. From track one, I was immediately thrown into a raging pulse of rock goodness. Too bad I was driving, as I tend to have a lead foot when listening to this kind of fast, easy and cheap rock. Most of the songs deal with soured relationships, nights of debauchery, and chaos, and the lyrics and music are a chopped-up combination that supports the meanings well.

Brendan Corcoran, the lead singer, wrings out as much treble as he can from his voice, sounding a bit like Jello Biafra might have first thing in the morning circa 1978. The rest of the band punches out a solid accompaniment of crackle and crunch minced with an almost inaudible thread of tasty underlying buzz."

Read the full entry here