Dustin Douglas & The Electric Gentlemen
'Break It Down' album release
Northeast Pennsylvania's premier blues-rock power trio, Dustin Douglas & The Electric Gentlemen are set to release their new album, Break It Down with a release show on Saturday, June 2 at 8:00 p.m. at the F.M. Kirby Center - Live from the Chandelier Lobby.
Tickets go on sale Thursday, May 3 at 10:00 a.m. and are available online at kirbycenter.org, at the Kirby Center Box Office and charge by phone at 570-826-1100. A Kirby Member pre-sale begins today, May 1 at 10:00 a.m.
Local blues band Teddy Young and The Aces will open the show.
BREAK IT DOWN features 12 brand new tracks recorded at Eight Days A Week Studios in Northumberland PA by Paul Smith and also features “No More Tears to Cry” previously released on the band’s EP Blues 1.
BREAK IT DOWN TRACK LISTING
1. A Little Bit (4:27)
2. Destiny (3:11)
3. On The Dance Floor (3:58)
4. Turn Around (3:18)
5. Goodbye (3:47)
6. Hold of Me (3:17)
7. My Time is Precious (4:14)
8. Ain’t No Denyin’ (4:28)
9. Out Of My Mind (5:47)
10. Fat Cat (3:20)
11. Your Face is Stunning (4:12)
12. Tragedy (4:15)
13. No More Tears To Cry (3:42)
Following the release of 2016’s self-titled Dustin Douglas & The Electric Gentlemen and 2017’s EP Blues I, the much anticipated new album will be available on ITunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon and all other major online distributors as well as GALLERY OF SOUND and MUSIC GO ROUND WILKES-BARRE.
Dustin Douglas & The Electric Gentlemen are:
Dustin Douglas – Vocals/Guitars
Tommy Smallcomb - Drums
Matt “The Dane” Gabriel - Bass
With the reputation of being one Northeast PA’s hardest working musicians, Dustin Douglas brings an energy to the stage and delivers some hard rocking blues with an attitude that's all his own. Since the time he learned to walk Dustin Douglas has had a guitar in his hands and a song in is his soul. Performing his first show at the age of 13, Dustin has never stopped, first gaining popularity with his original power trio, Lemongelli. Lemongelli released three independent records and shared the stage with Heart, Cheap Trick, Def Leppard and Eddie Money to name a few.
Becoming one of the most sought after live and session guitarists in Northeastern Pennsylvania, Dustin joined the legendary Pennsylvania rock band, The Badlees in which he recorded "Epiphones and Empty Rooms" and supported Bob Seger on his 2013 arena tour.
Beginning to play the drums at the age of 10, Tommy Smallcomb grew up in a drumming family. His father, brother, nephews and sister all found themselves behind the kit. Playing his first gig at the age of 14, Tommy became one of Northeast PA’s premier session and live drummers, working with John Plantania of Van Morrison on his solo material and touring the East Coast with Strawberry Jam supporting such acts as Steppenwolf and Edgar Winter to name a few.
Beginning his career in the college circuit at Bloomburg Univeristy, Matt “The Dane” Gabriel has played bass in a wide array of original progressive rock, bluegrass, instrumental post rock, bluegrass, jam and folk bands to tribute acts of Bob Dylan, Grateful Dead, Motown and Led Zeppelin.
Prior to The Electric Gentlemen The Dane toured the east coast and the Midwest in MIZ playing clubs, theatres and festivals supporting such acts as The Allman Brothers Band, Lukas Nelson and America.