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Anyway, onto this week’s Songs You Should Hear…
Hear What You Should
So far, we’re digging Zeroes, the latest EP from Good Friends of the Show, Foxtrot & the Get Down.
Hear Tuesday’s Daily Spinn
In case you’re wondering, we’re still having a blast over here, watching as Good Friends of the Show Foxtrot & the Get Down continue to take over the world.
Hear Thursday’s Daily Spinn
Our friends in Foxtrot & the Get Down continue to expand their horizons and reach new heights.
Hear Friday’s Daily Spinn
We’ve been following the journey of Foxtrot & the Get Down for almost as long as The Quinn Spinn has been a thing. That’s the better part of a decade, for those keeping score.
Hear Monday’s Daily Spinn
Soulful Philly blues rockers Foxtrot & the Get Down have gone from being “Down & Out” to being “Battered and Blue.”
Photo credit: Foxtrot & the Get Down
Philly blues rockers Foxtrot & the Get Down have had a big year in 2018. In addition to opening for Bon Jovi in Philadelphia, they released their anthemic, jazzy new single, “Down & Out.”
On Monday, they released its accompanying movie, filled with dramatic and shocking twists!
Foxtrot & the Get Down, the rising blues rock stars from Philadelphia who performed a stirring set at Musikfest last year, are back with an anthemic effort on their new single, “Down & Out.”
Fun fact: I’ve been following Philadelphia’s Foxtrot & the Get Down for years. We originally crossed paths back in 2014, in the old days of The Quinn Spinn. We’d play their tunes on the show and, as a matter of fact, they even trekked all the way to North Jersey that June, where we were based at the time, to perform at an American Cancer Society benefit that we produced called “Entertainment For a Cure.”
Dark clouds were again looming over Bethlehem when I got back into town from visiting my brand new niece and going to my friend’s engagement party. It was around 5 p.m., and I wanted to make sure I got to Musikfest before the rains inevitably hit.
Lo and behold, Mother Nature gave us a reprieve this time.