Tuesday, November 15, 2011

MUSIC: Tri-State Conspiracy - "OUTBREAK!"

NEW YORK, NEW YORK -- On Saturday, November 12th, New York City based swing-ska band Tri-State Conspiracy celebrated the release of its newest album "Outbreak" with a crowd of rowdy, dancing fans at The Studio at Webster Hall.  Showcasing tunes from their new album, TSC headlined an eclectic line-up of musicians.

The Rudie Crew kicked off the night with some ska/reggae that had the crowd dancing right off the bat followed by the gypsy/cabaret style of Amour Obscur and a rousing set from The Cryptkeeper 5.  Overall the night was an exciting success to fit a variety of musical tastes and to celebrate yet another musical victory for Tri-State Conspiracy.  Their album is available now on Itunes and CDBaby.


After years of following this band across the tri-state area, I am pleased to see how much they have grown together musically and technically over the years.  They never cease to impress me and I have never brought anyone to see them who hasn't excitedly come back for more.  I wish these amazing artists the best with their new album and in all their future endeavors... which I hope there will be many more of.  They have kept the heart of the scene that I remember loving so much growing up alive in every up-strum and brass instrument on that stage.  Their fans are loyal, amazing people, who are always happy to dance with a stranger and make a new friend.  I have a deep respect and admiration for these men and am thankful for many years of musical celebration.

If you've never seen Tri-State Conspiracy live, please check out the video below for a taste of what you missed!  More video is available on youtube (skablog).  Please show your support!


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