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by Nick and the Ovorols

An album that finds the Chicago-based foursome injecting deep soul, spirited guitar-driven rock and even a bit of psychedelia into their heavy bedrock of electrified blues.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Take the V Train
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2. Chitown Via Greyhound
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3. Heed the Words I Say
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4. Honey, Please
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5. Mojo a Go-Go
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6. Hey, Mr. President
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7. Try Me
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8. Day to Day
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9. Half of Two
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10. Soundtrack to Life
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In 2011 Peraino’s move from sideman to frontman was realized through a shift in
consciousness, after a bad turn of events led to a positive outlook on life. An unfortunate
visit to the emergency room in February of 2011 led to Peraino’s diagnosis of Crohn’s
Disease. He came upon newfound confidence and a burning desire to become a band
leader. Shortly after forming Nick and the Ovorols with guitarist Carlos Showers, bassist Vic
Jackson and drummer Lance Lewis in the late summer of 2011 they held a five-month
residency at Chicago’s famed blues venue Kingston Mines. Kingston Mines MC Frank
Pellegrino is calling Nick “one of the best young, up and coming talents.” Earlier this year
the band decided to record one of their weekly Wednesday night shows and their debut album
Live at Kingston Mines was born.


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