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Betty's Not A Vitamin

by Betty's Not A Vitamin

BNAV’s original sound is a mix of all classic American music…..country, rock, punk, rockabilly……served with the feel of a Memphis barbeque.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. I'm So High
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2. Home
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3. Last Ride
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4. Sweet Pain
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5. Dizzy
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6. Landscape
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7. The Thought of You
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8. Jesus, Nixon and Elvis
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9. Saturn Song
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10. Broken Day
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11. Seventy Nine
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12. Lost Expression
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13. The Answer
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14. Ruby (Don't Take Your Love to Town)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
BNAV's original sound is a mix of all classic American music – Pop, Country, Rock, Punk and Rockabilly – served with the feel of a Memphis barbecue.

Founding members and songwriters Chris Tocco and Todd Staudinger are joined by long time drummer Rick Boucher and bassist/ songwriter Steve "Barkin' Barney" Barnes. They released their debut CD in January 2007. It is a 14 song compilation of original material with a power pop cover of the old Kenny Rogers hit Ruby (Don't Take Your Love to Town) thrown in for good measure.

The CD received extensive radio airplay nationwide on over 180 CMJ College radio stations and broke ground in several large Commercial Radio markets as well. One station in NY played 3 singles from the CD for 12 straight weeks!


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Johnny

Man these guys have got it nailed !
This CD is a buffet of styles with every song hitting on all cylinders.I'd like to spotlight a few tracks, but then I'd be wrong by slighting the others because they all are stellar and worth mention. These guys sound like they'd be a hoot to see live. Maybe I need to drive the Bonneville down to Tampa and see these guys !

Yv

Unlike many CD's it never starts to sound stale or repetetive.
Be careful if your driving or boating when listeneing.
It is very easy to get lost in the music. Each song has a new fresh sound and the guitars and harmonies are as exceptional as the lyrics.
Give it a listen.

Donger and PSI PHI Blues Brothers

I bought one for everyone in the family
It's great music. Like sipping a good whiskey and then kissing your sister. My friend Mr. Bungle broke my first CD but it was definetly worth going out a second copy. If you have a party or a beer blast coming up, invite these guys to play. They will rock your world and not disappoint.

Bay Area Fan

Great tracks from a bay area favorite
I've seen these guys several times in and around Tampa and have to say that the CD is a cool representation of what they are about. It's nice to see a group of really good musicians put out something that stands shoulder to shoulder with any major label release.

Tampa Tribune / Curtis Ross


Betty's Not a Vitamin, Betty's Not a Vitamin (bettysnotavitamin.com) : Regulars around Tampa in the '90s, Betty's Not a Vitamin has reunited to gig constantly and record this disc of shamelessly catchy pop-rock.

St. Petersburg Times


These guys are some of the hardest working guys in local music. For more than a decade, Staudinger and Tocco and Co. have played more than a few nights a week, week after week, at beach bars and places not exactly renowned for being ultra-hip in the local music scene.

Jason

I heard it on the radio
I was listening to the radio the other day and heard this killer version of " Ruby Don't Take Your Love To Town ", and was floored by the great energy of the track. I found out the name of the band and had to stop in and say that these guys kick ass !.

Ken

Yowza
Something here for everyone. Sit down with the lyrics that are included in the booklet and really step inside the mental workings of two gifted songwriters.This CD has been in heavy rotation the last few weeks here.

I'd love to hear these guys cover the Stones' " Sweet Virginia ".

Great job fellas

Jane


Rarely do you find a cd with such great harmony and a solid approach while covering the bases to please a wide audience base. I felt the Stones coming through and some TomPetty vibes, but mostly, knowing this band, I know they had FUN with it and it clearly shows!!

Matt


Zesty,smooth,spicy and a real treat. Can't get the CD out of my player. For a local independent release this sucker will give ANY release a run for it's money. I really dig the production. Great drum sounds and the " Landscape " groove is so slinky.