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St. Paul & The Broken Bones nearly blew the roof off Boston’s legendary Paradise Rock Club — and on a Tuesday night, no less. The soulful Birmingham Alabama rock band left the sold-out crowd in a state of delirium that lasted long after the unforgettable 90 min set. This is the full set from Boston (minus covers) — see link below to watch their cover of David Bowie’s “Moonage Daydream”.

Set list:
Don’t’ Mean a Thing
3:33 Paul Janeway talks about his journey from accounting school to professional musician
4:42 Sugar Dyed
7:37 Paul talks about how he got into soul music
8:45 Dixie Rothko
13:53 I’m Torn Up
19:01 Half the City
23:08 Broken Bones & Pocket Change
29:23 Paul talks about applying what he learned from the Church to his music
30:19 It’s Midnight
34:44 Like a Mighty River
39:34 Paul talks about his Mom throwing away his Nirvana CD
39:58 Grass is Greener
46:00 Paul talks about the origin of the band name
46:56 That Glow
Moonage Daydream:
51:15 Call Me
Try A Little Tenderness:

Lead Vocalist, Paul Janeway, sat down with Front Row Boston before the show to talk about everything from almost becoming an accounting to his Mom throwing away his Nirvana CD.

St. Paul & The Broken Bones debut album, Half The City, was released in 2014.

Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield . The Birmingham, Alabama native transitions from her lo-fi acoustic sound to a full band and electric guitar.  for her new album, Ivy Tripp”, which will be released April 7th. Even a somewhat inessential Waxahatchee video lets us remind you to check out Essential 2013 album “Cerulean Salt“. The Katie Crutchield-led project’s had a simple charm, which Joshua Mikel, who edited that clip, somewhat captures in the new one for “Misery Over Dispute.” Really, though, as elegant as the black-and-white cinematography and Katie Crutchfield’s tap-dancing can be, this time the video works best as a vehicle for another smoldering Waxahatche fuzz-rock anthem. That said: Crutchfield looks to be a skilled tap dancer, with chops honed in 14 childhood years of dancing. The clip, shot in a Birmingham, Alabama, firehouse converted into a performance space, also serves as a preview for Crutchfield and co.’s upcoming tour with her sister Allison’s band Swearin’.

Close your eyes and listen, and you might imagine someone who looks a bit like Otis Redding. Open them, and you’re likely to see someone who looks more like your neighbourhood bank teller. That man standing on my desk in the golden shoes is Paul Janeway. He was, in fact, a bank teller in Alabama not long ago — and this stupendous seven-piece band from Birmingham has only been doing this since 2012. But take a look at this Tiny Desk Concert and you’ll see why St. Paul And The Broken Bones‘ music is so winning. It’s got heart and soul and flair, with a well-worn sound buoyed by strong,
Set List:
“Half The City”, “Call Me”, “Broken Bones And Pocket Change”,

The Amazing charismatic frontman  is Paul Janeway and the band are St Paul and the Broken Bones most of the band are from Birmingham Alabama, this new session recorded Live at KEXP on the 18th February 2015, KEXP radio  presents St. Paul & the Broken Bones performing live at the Triple Door as part of KEXP’s VIP Club Concert series.
Simple Song
Don’t Mean A Thing
Sugar Dyed
I’m Torn Up
Half The City
Broken Bones & Pocket Change
Like A Mighty River
Call Me
Grass Is Greener