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Quimby Mountain Band once again is demonstrating its always-expanding musical depth with the release of the band's first LP "Just Can't Tell". The 3 song LP features nationally acclaimed keyboardist John Ginty and the Defending Champs Horn Section. Download a copy online at CD Baby or pick-up the LP at a show near you!

New QMB CD is a Musical Journey

The Quimby Mountain Band once again is demonstrating its always-expanding musical depth with the release of the band's newest CD. In Quimby's third album, the self-titled Quimby Mountain Band, each song has its own story to tell.

Loren Kessell

Several of the band members contributed lyrics for the songs on the album, which makes for a blend of musical style that boasts its own personality in each tune, but works together seamlessly.

Loren Kessell

The first, and appropriately titled, single on the album, "Town of Love," pulls the listener right in with a pleasing mix of instruments and lyricism. It showcases the band's ability to craft songs that instantly will people to dance, but also provides a meaning. Lead vocalist Jesse Bardwell sings, "I was sick and needing aid/When you touched me I felt saved/Was it all a dream?/Are you really the one meant for me?" The song explores one of the simplest aspects of human emotion, and that is love.

Loren Kessell

Quimby Mountain Band consistently ties back to its roots, and this album is arguably its best one yet. It evokes love, remembering your home, and doing everything with heart and soul. The band continues to grow musically, but it still keeps the signature style that fans have come to love.

Loren Kessell

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