Chicago Vin & Friends | Yesterday's Gone

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Yesterday's Gone

by Chicago Vin & Friends

YESTERDAY’S GONE the new EP by CHICAGO VIN & FRIENDS represents the newest page in the evolving saga of Chicago Vin Earnshaw. His volcanic voice burns like whiskey & cigarettes over melodic piano & guitar lines played by Billy Lacaille & Donnie Larsen.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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Produced by Arnie Larsen, YESTERDAY’S GONE the new EP by CHICAGO VIN & FRIENDS represents the newest page in the evolving saga of Chicago Vin Earnshaw. His volcanic voice burns like whiskey & cigarettes over melodic piano & guitar lines played by Billy Lacaille & Donnie Larsen. The new songs are a reflection on the changed music scene, lost love & lone gone friends with perhaps a bit of longing for simpler times when Rock & Roll seemed to matter more than anything. “9/11 changed me deeply and I didn’t think being in a rock & roll band was all that important any more so I kind of walked away from it and tried to go straight. But the straight world didn’t want me. I realized then, that I had no choice but to do what I know best, and I am very grateful to my producer, and my friends, for believing in me.” The EP also features the song, Walk Away, the first collaboration between Chicago Vin and long time friend, songwriter, Mark Cutler (75 or less records). Other Personnel: Tom Goodrich: drums, Dawn Fountaine & Don Phaneuf: backing vocals with additional bass by Roger Dille. Please Enjoy & Share. Artist Bio
Chicago Vin is a Singer / Songwriter and veteran east coast side-man. Steeped in Blues, Rockabilly, & Punk, He sites the Blues Masters, The Million Dollar Quartet, Hank Williams, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Ramones, & The New York Dolls / Heartbreakers as influences. In 1975, he began his career with The Luther Johnson Chicago Blues Band. In the late 70’s, he formed The Delinquents, RI’s 1st Punk Band, recording the EP, “It Is What It Ain’t”, before joining Jack Smith & The Rockabilly Planet for two CDs on Ruckus & Flying Fish/Rounder Records, featuring legendary twang-master, Jerry Miller. After Jack Smith retired from the music business in 1990, Chicago Vin went on to join Loaded Dice, the former backup band for Louisiana harmonica legend, Lazy Lester, playing bass & singing on their CD “Loaded Dice” for Schoolkids Records. In 1991 he met & recorded with drummer Jerry Nolan (NY Dolls / Heartbreakers) playing bass & guitar on what would prove to be Jerry’s last session. In 2001, he joined The Greg Allen Group in NYC, recording the CD, “Just for You” for bonafidedrock with guitarist, Johnny Rao. He has also had the occasion to back such notable musicians as Sonny Burgess & Paul Burlison, James Montgomery, Lazy Lester, Delta Bluesman CeDell Davis, & Sleepy La Beef. In 2006, Chicago Vin began studying acting at The Perishable Theater Arts School in Providence, RI. He is since featured in the Showtime TV series, “Brotherhood”, Ridley Scott’s “Tell-Tale”, & the upcoming ABC TV series “Body of Proof” starring Dana Delany & Jeri Ryan.


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