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THE MANIC LOW's JACK GRISHAM talks his new cd "Songs For a Up Day" W Eric Blair

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Published on Jun 26, 2012

Legendary punk rock chameleon and provocateur Jack Grisham (T.S.O.L., Cathedral of Tears, The Joykiller) re-invents himself sonically with his dynamic new band, the Manic Low, which sees its debut full-length release, "Songs for an Up Day," forthcoming on June 12th from OC-based Moonlight Graham Records.
Drawing heavily from his 60's & 70's musical upbringing, combined with an infectious guitar-driven, garage rock pulse, Grisham and the Manic Low offer up 14 warm and undeniably catchy pop songs that will leave listeners craving more.
the Manic Low's "Songs for an Up Day," notably features Sean Greaves (The Joykiller, Mike Ness Band), Paul Roessler (The Screamers, 45 Grave, and Nina Hagen) and Rob MiLucky (Devil's Brigade). Also appearing on the record are Steve Soto (Agent Orange, Adolescents, Manic Hispanic) and Jamie Reidling (Cadillac Tramps).
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