Stepping on board with Beat Bad Records in 1981, singer-songwriter Dwight Hobbes recorded "Atlanta Children", a folk-rock lament for the serial killing of Georgia youth. Label founders Barry Knoedl and Bill Kern produced with Kern playing drums. "Barry and Bill knew what a track called for", says Hobbes. "It was a Byrds-like kind of song. Sure, enough Bill laid down a Michael Clarke feel. Between him and Barry, they came up with the right sound."
It has, to say the least, been a while, but, Hobbes returns to Beat Bad. As Dwight Hobbes & The All-Star Hired Guns featuring Alicia Wiley, releasing the singles "End It All Over Again" and "Lady Midnight". Both songs are from the forthcoming EP Angels Don't Really Fly.
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End It All Over Again