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The Rides to Perform on THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO, 11/5

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The Rides to Perform on THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO, 11/5

The Rides, the new blues-rock supergroup featuring legendary songwriter Stephen Stills, guitar slinger Kenny Wayne Shepherd and venerable Electric Flag keyboardist Barry Goldberg will perform their hit single "Don't Want Lies" on "The Tonight Show w/ Jay Leno" on November 5 th. The band is celebrating the release of their first album "CAN'T GET ENOUGH" which debuted in the top 50 of the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart the week it was released (August 27). The album is also dominated several blues charts with a #2 debuts on Billboard and Amazon's blues charts and #1 at iTunes. They have built an amazing buzz with phenomenal radio support ("Don't Want Lies" hit #1 @ L.A. tastemaker radio station KCSN), rave reviews, exclusive premieres and national touring. The band displays an amazing chemistry on their first album with a second already in the planning stages. Says Stephen Stills in The Huffington Post: "We were listening to Muddy Waters and all of those great old blues records when we were at a very formative age...It's uncanny that despite our ages, we grew up exactly the same way, chasing the blues like it was the most beautiful woman in the world." "CAN'T GET ENOUGH" is available everywhere. The Best Buy exclusive deluxe CD/DVD version of "CAN'T GET ENOUGH" which includes bonus tracks and videos is available for purchase at all Best Buy locations. In addition, the band has completed a live concert taping for the PBS show "Front Row Center" which will air nationally in November of 2013.

Featuring four co-written originals, a handful of covers, and a vintage, previously unrecorded Stills gem, "CAN'T GET ENOUGH" was inspired by-and is an homage to-the now-classic 1968 album "Super Session," which featured Stills on guitar on one side, and the late Mike Bloomfield on the other (Bloomfield had founded Electric Flag with Goldberg, who also played on Super Session, as did Blood, Sweat & Tears keyboardist Al Kooper).


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