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Eternal Bummer Records is proud to present its first official release, Mikey Chuck Rivers’ Last Night’s Beer, available for free download.
While working in a prohibition-themed rumcake store in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Mikey stumbled upon Willie Nelson’s 1971 concept album, Yesterday’s Wine. Inspired by the tales of spirituality and drunkenness running hand-in-hand, he carried the idea back to the infamous Woebegone Lodge on Shouldice Lake up in Northern Ontario and wrote four of the five songs on the EP in a marathon PBR-fueled session.
What results is a romantic and melancholic journey through the beery spots in life. There’s the rowdy nights (“Darling, I’m Leaving for Drinking” & “Josh, Ryan, and Me”), those tear in yer beer heartbreakers (“When There’s a Need” & “Last Night’s Beer”), and even a Willie cover from the album that inspired this anti-sober mess. Last Night’s Beer will leave you holding close to your cold ones while shouting along with your warm ones. Enjoy for free, and preferably with a PBR in palm.
released October 29, 2011
This EP is an homage to Willie Nelson's 1971 concept album, Yesterday's Wine.
Written by Mikey Chuck Rivers in October of 2011 at Woebegone Lodge, except 5 by Willie Nelson.
Recorded in Clinton and Kingston, Ontario.
Artwork by Keith Mclean (www.adventuresome.ca
Mikey Chuck Rivers - vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, banjo, percussion, noise and gangs, Imperfect Man
Jillien Regier - vocals
Keith Holland - electric guitar, noise and gangs
Jacob Bryce - fiddle
Ryan Brideau - noise and gangs
Josh Cameron - noise and gangs
Willie Nelson - spiritual guidance
A cheers to:
All the music makers, Keith McLean for the beauty, the gang at Rumrunners and Sugah! in Halifax, Curt Lobb and Aaron Bell, Jud Block, the growing EB roster, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Fink, Old Man Rivers, and the red-headed gypsy himself.
2011 Eternal Bummer Records.