Live From The Living Room series
Odds Lane along with many other artist at Gulf Coast Records have turned to Live Streaming from their homes in these strange times. You can tune in on the Odds Lane facebook page most Thursdays at 8pm or watch the replay here and on youtube.
LIVE STREAM #1
While still in solo quarantine after returning from a shorten European tour as part of the Mike Zito band, Doug performs acoustic versions of Odds Lane songs from all 3 Odds Lane releases from his Living Room. If you have the means & want to contribute to the virtual tip jar... Venmo: @Doug-Byrkit PayPal: email@example.com Thanks for watching! Also please support the effort to help as many artist as we can at: QUARANTINE BLUES - Playing The Blues Forward https://bit.ly/3amNjbt
"SEVEN STATES" video premiers
"SEVEN STATES" ONLINE VIDEO PREMIERE WED, SEPT 18th
Odds Lane's Official video for “Seven States” off their 2019 Gulf Coast Records release “Lost & Found”. (ORDER NOW!) The video was put together with footage filmed during the recording sessions at producer Mike Zito’s Marz Studio in Nederland Texas. Along with shots filmed during the recording sessions for “Lost & Found” the video for “Seven States” contains candid footage of the band and longtime friend, producer, and founder of their record label Zito and studio engineer Zach Feemster.
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Odds Lane Wins LA Music Critic Awards 2019!
Big thanks to Bob Leggett and the LA Music Critic Awards, who made our day/night with the following wins for Gulf Coast Records Artists including : BEST ROCK ARTIST, ODDS LANE (Gulf Coast Records);Best CD/Male, Tony Campanella (Taking It To The Street, Gulf Coast Records); Best Blues Artist, Diana Rein (Gulf Coast Records); Best R&B/Soul Artist/Band, Billy Price (Gulf Coast Records); And our own Doug Deutsch wins Most Supportive Publicist!
LA MUSIC Critic reviews "Lost & Found"
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"These guys bring the best of classic rock to a solid understanding of the blues, with a sound like The Doobie Brothers meet ZZ Top. They hit the ground running with the first track and don’t let up until the final note. They even throw in a Steely Dan vibe on “A Little Too Late.” We can only imagine how amazing they must be in concert, and hope we have the chance to check them out soon. Every song is a rocking workshop in how to get it done. We can easily see these songs placed in film and television, and blasting from the radio. Don’t miss the chance to add this amazing band to your list of favorites."