Monday, February 22, 2010

The Carter Administration: New Website, New Album, Release Show Mar. 6 at The 5 Spot

Posted By on Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 1:37 PM

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Those wily fellows of The Carter Administration went and made themselves a new website on the Internet, where you can download almost everything they've ever recorded -- including, but not limited to, "Don't You Like My Balls? (Ring-a-Ding-Ding)," "Air Guitar Force One" and "Kentucky Is Ohio's Alabama." Perhaps more to the point here in 2010, you can also stream their brand new record album, Mount Rockmore. Clever listeners will notice that the first track on the new long player is, in fact, "These Boots Were Made for Knockin'," aka the song the band wrote using your Most Awesome Nashville Rock Song data and performed at the Cream's two-year anniversary party.

Speaking of parties, TCA are throwing a CD-release throwdown on Saturday, Mar. 6 over at The 5 Spot. Throwing in on the action will be Tristen and Action!. The throwing-down starts at 9:30 and the $5 admission gets you a physical copy of Mount Rockmore to throw on ye olde CD player.

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