Brooks Long brings the old school to today's music lovers in a style all his own. With Joe Martone (Bass) and Dan Samuels (Drums), The Mad Dog No Good bring to their live shows the kind of passion, energy and humor rare in today's music scene.They've have shared the stage with acts like Trombone Shorty, Rebirth Brass Band, Lucero, Low Cut Connie, Caleb Stine, Chris Jacobs and LaFayette Gilchrist.
The debut album from Brooks Long & The Mad Dog No Good.
Album Release - May 13th at Ottobar in Baltimore w/ LaFayette Gilchrist, J Pope & Funk Friday goo.gl/strwiL
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released January 27, 2017
Production by Shea Springer, Bosley, Kariz Marcel, Bill Mueller and Kentavius Jones. Mastered by Shea Springer
The Mad Dog No Good is:
Brooks Long - Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica, Tenor Sax
Dan Samuels - Drums, Percussion
Ian Trusheim - Bass Guitar on tracks 1, 2, 6, 8, 9, 12 and 13
Joe Martone - Bass Guitar on tracks 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 14 and 15
Niko Evans - Saxophones on tracks 3, 4, 7, 14 and 15
Michael Jordan - Trumpet on tracks 3, 4, 7, 14 and 15
Keys - LaFayette Gilchrist, John Ginty, Bosley, Adam Scott-Wakefield, Shea Springer
Horns on "Spring" - Rufus Roundtree - Trombone, Lionel Lyles - Alto Sax, Harold Smith -Trumpet
Hannah Friedland - Tambourine
All songs written by Brooks Long, except “Spring” written by Brooks Long, Ian Trusheim and Dan Samuels
Thank you Baltimore. Thank you Eastern Shore. Thank you Philly. Thank you to every talent that has touched this record. Thank you Ian. Thank you to everyone who donated on the GoFundMe page. Thank you QueenEarth. Thank you to Frank and Selby Long, the silent heroes of The Mad Dog No Good. I dedicate this album to the memories of Wendell Holmes, one the greatest musicians I’ll ever know, and Irving Stewart and Jannett Ward, two of the best music listeners I’ll ever know. She said I should write more songs like “It Wasn’t Supposed To Be Love”. Now that I’ve gotten through this album, I promise will.