Thursday, September 29, 2011

DOOP & THE INSIDE OUTLAWS Release Third Album!

Get ready to hear Americana-Detroit style! Doop & The  Inside Outlaws release their third album on October 8.

Doop & The Inside Outlaws hail from downriver Detroit enclave of River Rouge. The band’s first two albums - "Blood River" and “Everett Belcher” - were named after Doop’s hometown and his grandfather, respectively. They featured songs that painted an honest portrait of everyday people making their way through life.

The band’s new album, “What am I supposed to do?” continues this songwriting tradition. The title track tells the story of a hardworking family man who’s been laid off from the job he’s had since high school. It illustrates what’s going on not only in Doop’s hometown, but across America. Woven throughout the album is the question: What happens when work, love, family and life in general don’t turn out like you had hoped or planned?

Doop and the Inside Outlaws recorded the third album over the summer at Ghetto Recorders studio with engineer/producer Jim Diamond once again at the helm. Jim also played on two of the album's tracks. The 10-song album features a duet with songwriter Alison Lewis called "Not Too Late." The Inside Outlaws feature Doop Duprie-vocals/guitar, Katie Grace-bass, Pete Ballard-pedal steel/guitar and Danny Kanka- drums.

The album is available thru iTunes, CDBaby, Amazon and their website:

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