|Kalob Griffin Band celebrating their Cover Club session at Cambridge Sound Stuidos|
No matter which end of the contemporary/classic spectrum bands choose from, there's always an "oh yeah, I can't believe he/she/they hasn't/haven't been covered yet. Oft overlooked, Jim Croce is an indisputable favorite no matter where you're from, and fits perfectly for Cover Club as he was born and raised in South Philadelphia and laid to rest nearby after spending most of his 30 years on the planet here.
Cover Club | Kalob Griffin Band "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" (Jim Croce)
It's funny how things go sometimes. Just a few weeks ago, Kalob Griffin was explaining how the band members stopped living together, so it wouldn't stop being as much fun when they were together as a band. It's hard to imagine things not being fun for these long time friends. Dating back to their days at Penn State University, before their tenure together in Kalob Griffin Band, they were friends first before opportunity brought the current lineup together.
For one last session, the brothers of KGB showed just how much fun they could have! Complete with harmonica and horns, Kalob Griffin Band gave the full treatment to Full Love Vol 1. EP single "Bugle Boy Tobacco." Kalob started off the song by asking drummer Eric Lawry to "give me some Dom" (paying homage to great local drummer Dom Billet (Toy Soldiers, Coin Purse, etc)), before Kalob, John Hildenbrand, Eric, Kevin Trout and the horns took us back to the life changing experience of a sixteen year old.
CoverClub | Kalob Griffin Band "Bugle Boy Tobacco"
Times Runnin' Out to see KGB Live...