Bottle Rockets fans were inspired by the original music video for “Dog” and sent us videos of their pooches. Here they are set to the song.
ATTENTION! Due to the massive blizzard coming to the east coast, the shows in Washington DC on Jan 22 and Baltimore on Jan 23 have been postponed to a later dates. We’re working on re-scheduling and will let you know as soon as we have new dates confirmed. Be safe and stay warm.
Now that you’ve had time to fall in love with the “Dog” music video featuring many of our musical friends and their pups, now it’s time for us to see YOUR pooches! Send a 5-10 second clip of you and your canine companion (along with your name, your dog’s name, and your location) to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll pick our favorites to be included in a special FANS version of the “Dog” music video. Deadline is 5PM on Friday January 15th. Let’s see those mutts! (Submission does not guarantee inclusion in the video.)
We’re excited to share our video for the song “Dog” from our new album ‘South Broadway Athletic Club’ available on CD, vinyl LP, or digital: https://www.bloodshotrecords.com/albu…
Thank you to Carlene Carter, Neko Case, Chuck Ragan, Kelly Hogan, Ha Ha Tonka, Murder By Death, Jesse Sykes, The Mastersons, Cory Branan, Scott H. Biram, JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound, The Yawpers, Scott McCaughey, Limbeck, Will Kimbrough, Amy Gore, Freakwater, Few Spirits, Lagunitas Brewing Company, and all of their pooches.
Edited by Mike Smith
The Bottle Rockets have been a working band for 20-plus years, creating a mix of country, rock, punk and that unidentifiable something that has caught audiences for over two decades. On their latest release, South Broadway Athletic Club, we find Mr. Brian Henneman writing his best tunes yet, songs that are humorous, sad, and straightforward. If you’re looking for an album with a lot of bells and whistles, the new release on Bloodshot most likely won’t do. The band compliments Henneman’s direct and honest lyrics, by occasionally adding a flourish or subtle solo here and there. But these songs don’t need a lot of embellishment. On tracks such as “Monday (Everytime I Turn Around),” there is the sense of the passing of time, the mutability of things, the reality that Monday will come and rear its ugly head once again. Indeed, on the whole of S.B.A.C., there is a resolve to accept life as it is, or at least comment upon life as it is. Henneman has eyes and ears tuned to the everyday things around him and his music reflects this ability to face what’s in front of him.
Our new album “South Broadway Athletic Club” has been released. You can get it where fine music is sold…
We greatly appreciate your continued support. Bottle Rockets fans are the best fans on the planet.
Brian, Mark, John and Keith.