World Premiere

Song Premiere: “Painting The Town” by The Silver Hearts

It’s been a long time coming, but The Silver Hearts are back and Painting the Town might just be one of the most fun songs of the year. It’s boozey saloon vibe with it’s fantastic slide guitar is just what the bartender ordered!

The Silver Hearts will release their first album in 10 years on Friday, November 4th, on Mudtown Records. “Golden Favourites” features 11 previously unrecorded songs from the group’s 16 year history, including such fan favourites as “Hot Time,” and “St. James Infirmary Blues.” Engineer James McKenty, who produced the band’s debut album “No Place” in 2003, and whose production credits include recordings with Blue Rodeo, Royal Wood, and Cuff the Duke, recorded the album. Long thought to be a ‘live band,’ “Golden Favourites” counters that claim with evidence of an experienced group, comfortable and capable in a studio helmed by a skilled producer. Old and new fans alike are guaranteed to find luminous gems inside of “Golden Favourites.”

Follow The Silver Hearts on Facebook and on Twitter @SlvrHrts and look for their album premiere coming next week.

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Music Editor at Live in Limbo and Host of Contra Zoom podcast. Dakota is a graduate of Humber College's Acting for Film and Television. He now specializes in knowing all random trivia. He writes about music, sports and film. Dakota's life goal is visit all baseball stadiums, he's at 7.