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The Flip Flop Boys

by The Flip Flop Boys

A fun mix of rock and reggae with a little gulf coast bluesy twang
Genre: Reggae: Reggae rock
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1. Waste Another Day
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2. Momma Told Me
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3. Southern Feeling
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4. Where I Need to Go
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5. Let Life Flow
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6. Two to Tango
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7. Ordinary World
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Flip Flop Boys debut self-titled album features a sound that reflects the spirit of the gulf coast. After touring heavily last year along the beaches of the southeast filling up venues with fun cover shows, the flip flop boys time on the road led to plenty of down time during the day lazing on the beach to create the backbone to these songs, plus many other innovative salty sounds not featured on this CD . The Flip Flop Boys blend a heavy dose of reggae rhythm courtesy of drummer Miki Victor, who hails from the island of St. Maarten, with the rock and twang influences brought in by lead vocalists Joe Lowder from Tupelo, Mississippi and Doug Dolan from Miami, Florida. The two singers split time in front of the mic, but rather than be singled out, the vocalists prefer to find harmony wherever possible! Lastly, keyboardist Elijah Gee’s jazzy and R&B flavor layers on top of the sprinkles of rock, reggae and twang provided by the rest of the band’s influences to provide the mix to create that gulf coast rocking reggae sound.


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