Guster To Release Free Live Album; Sold-out NYC Shows
Out now, Guster releases a free live album called Guster Live With The Redacted Symphony. Guster has performed with multiple symphony orchestras on their recent tours and this album chronicles some of their favorite performances. The 10-song album can be downloaded for free at www.guster.com and www.noisetrade.com/guster.
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The album comes out on the heels of a sold-out round of New York City concerts. This past weekend, Guster performed the Keep It Together album in its entirety at The Beacon Theatre on Saturday (November 30) and two shows of the Parachute album at Brooklyn Bowl on Sunday (December 1).
Guster began in a dorm room at Tufts University and has released six studio albums in the last two decades – Parachute (1993), Goldfly (1998), Lost and Gone Forever (1999), Keep It Together (2003), Ganging Up On The Sun (2006) and Easy Wonderful (2010). Known to open up for themselves in disguise as psychedelic rockers “Trippin’ Balls” and as Christian Southern Rock outfit “The Peace Soldiers,” Guster has also shared the stage with the Boston Pops Symphony Orchestra, the Colorado Symphony and most recently, the Dallas Symphony. Singer Ryan Miller has branched out into scoring films – including 2012’s beloved Sundance standout Safety Not Guaranteed. Bandmate Adam Gardner has started his own non-profit called “Reverb,” which works with bands, artists, and venues to reduce the music industry’s environmental footprint.
2.) What You Call Love
4.) Two Points For Honesty
5.) Fa Fa
6.) This Is How It Feels To Have A Broken Heart
7.) Lightning Rod
9.) On The Ocean
10.) Come Downstairs and Say Hello
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