MONTY WARREN AND THE FRIGGIN WHATEVERS EPK

Electronic Press Kit for lead singer/songwriter/guitarist Monty Warren & The Friggin' Whatevers--all prominent musicians hailing from Raleigh, NC/South Florida. #EPK #MontyWarren

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"Old-school psychedelic-white soul-funky roots rock...as earnest, lyrical, raunchy or grandiose as their songs—and maybe lives?—require."—Jazz Beyond Jazz (Arts Journal Blog

Monty Warren & the Friggin Whatevers' Roots Rock CD Far Out Close Up named to Palm Beach Post's 2015 Fave Music List! [Released 12/18/15]

Artist: Monty Warren & the Friggin Whatevers
Title:   Far Out Close Up
Release Date: 12/18/15
Producers: Monty Warren & Chris Taylor
Hometown: Raleigh, NC/West Palm Beach, FL
Recorded at:
Embassy Studios (West Palm Beach, FL) and Laundry Room Studios (Coral Springs, FL)
Booking Contact: Monty Warren  monty60@icloud.com
Press Contact: Regina, Roadmap Communications  memoircity@gmail.com
Genre: Straight ahead roots rock with a heartfelt & ironic chewy center.

"From gritty foot-stompers to jangly roots and blues belters to acoustic melancholy, Warren brims with a rare and raw musical sincerity."—Vex Magazine, Calgary, CANADA

"Retroactively bridges the gap between '70s pub rock/power pop and the arrivals of Tom Petty, Graham Parker and Elvis Costello…effortlessly enjoyable, a virtue without expiration."

TRACKLIST - FCC Friendly 
[CD Baby: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/montywarrenthefrigginwha4]
All Tunes by Monty Warren except where indicated.

Best "Go to" Songs: **
**Raise the Bar (Monty Warren & John Beemiller) #6
**Grace of God (In memory of Monty's mother who was once homeless.) #10
**Doublecrosses (Monty Warren & John Beemiller) #3
Far Out Close Up
Hey Junkman
Doublecrosses (Monty Warren & John Beemiller)
Musclehead
Standing in Line
Used to Be
Coming Around Again
Gettin' it Good
Into the Light (Monty Warren & John Beemiller)

DISCOGRAPHY
"Far Out Close Up" (12/18/15)    
"Let's Go to Therapy" (2012)
"Trailer Park Angel" (2008)


Lead Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist Monty Warren put his rock 'n' roll dreams on hold to support his mother for 20 years. Then, in 2007, Warren played a demo for Terry Anderson & The Olympic Ass-Kickin' Team (Battleship Chains, I Love You Period), and helped him make the Whatevers’ first record, Trailer Park Angel. Various prominent musicians from the Raleigh, NC and Florida area also contribute to the success of the music and its root rock sound.

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