Cathouse Thursday - Nashville Baby
Click on a track to play
0:00
  • Nashville Baby
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (03:43) [8.5 MB]
  • Make A Little Heaven
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (04:33) [10.43 MB]
  • Midnight Train
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (04:11) [9.6 MB]
  • Don't Think I'll Be Waiting
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (05:20) [12.21 MB]
  • Lonely
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (02:48) [6.42 MB]
  • Walking Into A crossfire
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (04:51) [11.09 MB]
  • Quiet Darling
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (04:51) [11.09 MB]
  • Funky Hang Loose
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (04:13) [9.67 MB]
  • When I Told You I Was A Cowboy (I Lied)
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (03:12) [7.34 MB]
  • Let' Em Roll
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (04:23) [10.03 MB]
  • Long Time Coming Down
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (03:03) [6.98 MB]
  • Tell Me In The Morning
    Genre: Americana
    MP3 (03:43) [8.51 MB]
DAddario EXP strings
Press

Press reports on Cathouse Thursday
Cathouse Thursday's Live Show Is Flawless
Peter Macbeath Troubadour Music News
A really good band is the sum of all its parts, and front man Will Faeber knows
this. Lead guitarist, John DePatie, is a perfect fit. I have the feeling that John
can play lead on almost anything with style, grace and high energy... It's hard
to believe that there are only five musicians when you listen to the music -
sounds like twice as many creating it.
So if it seems like I have nothing bad to say about Cathouse Thursday in this
review, it is simply because I cannot find any flaws. I have seen 28 bands in
2010 so far, and Cathouse Thursday is definitely within the top three. Not bad
when you realize that one other of these is UB40 at Humphrey's main stage!


Cathouse Thursday - Nashville Baby
San Diego Troubadour CD Review by Frank Kocher
Things open up with the title tune, which launches from a Dwayne Eddy-style
guitar lick then brings in Faeber's deep tenor to tell the story of a country
songbird, with plenty of harmonies on the chorus. This radio-styled single
establishes a template for the songs to come. Familiar country-rock themes
are everywhere in many of the songs and lyrics, but the delivery is catchy
enough that it doesn't dilute the effect... The standout track here is "Walking
into a Crossfire," told by Faeber as a lover who falls in with a bad crowd and is
caught up in an armed robbery. The dueling guitar lines fit right in with the
story, the listener becomes involved, tapping a foot and following along



SDSG Featured Artist Will Faeber and Cathouse Thursday
SDSG Newsletter Aug, 2010 by Sandi Shaner
This month, our featured artist is the kind of act that makes you go,
"ahhhhh!"... I really think that these guys are ready for the Big Arenas! The
harmonies in this band are so tight that you think you are watching a bunch of
people lipsyncing to an audio track, but the truth is that they are the real deal.
I wanted to feature Will because he and his team are definitely on the "must
see" list.



Cathouse Thursday NASHVILLE BABY ****
Maverick Magazine-Russell Hill
Draws you in with their sublimely done guitar licks and smoking hot vocals.
This four-person band sure knows how to turn the quality button up to eleven.
This album demonstrates the large-arena potential that they have... Bound to
enter many people's "Top Song List" of 2011...This tight-nit band has all the
credentials to be a bona-fide act. The music which they release is excellent.
RH

23
  • Members:
  • Sounds Like:
    Have a listen
  • Influences:
    Original County Americana/Country Rock
  • AirPlay Direct Member Since:
    02/19/11
  • Profile Last Updated:
    07/06/11 01:14:20

"Radio Creds" are votes awarded to artists by radio programmers who have downloaded their music and have been impressed with the artist's professionalism and the audience's response to the new music. Creds help artists advance through the AirPlay Direct community.


Only radio accounts may add a Radio Cred. One week after the track has been downloaded the radio account member will receive an email requesting a Cred for each artist they've downloaded.