The Wobbly Toms | Panic in the Old Town Tonight!

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Panic in the Old Town Tonight!

by The Wobbly Toms

The latest chapter in the tale of our illustrious journey. The songs here blend equal parts wanderlust, alliance, and hearth-warming gallantry. In the sport of adventure, it's been a near perfect season...
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Plastic
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2. Charlotte
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3. Skirt N Boots
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4. Clapboards and Shingles
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Passionate. Energetic. Amusing. Addictive.

This is the sound of The Wobbly Toms; St. Augustine's most gregarious musical act- members of which have been playing locally for over 20 years.

This collective of friends coaxes unique, yet familiar, sounds using a variety of string and percussion instruments coupled with distinct vocal harmonies. The diverse tones created by this quorum of stouthearted (and occasionally stout quaffing) lads suggest age old traditionals, classic folk, gypsy punk, and American pub rock - while generating something entirely theirs.

No matter the jargon, there's a decisive Wobbly Toms sound. Joyous, unforgettable, and steeped in reverie - Wobbly Toms music encourages their fans worldwide to raise a glass, dance about, and sing along to the funnest band in The Oldest City.


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Thomas Lively

The Wobblys are great
This EP shows that the guys in the Wobbly Toms have talent. With a little backing and a strong push they could go far. These original songs of varying styles blend together to make for a great listen. I'd like to hear more.