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Published: 2006/05/26

The New New Bohemians

After almost 16 years, proto-jamband Edie Brickell & New Bohemians will release their next studio album, Stranger Things on July 25. Since releasing Ghost of a Dog in 1990, the New Bohemians have added a new keyboardist, Carter Albrecht,

and performed only a handful of shows. Stranger Things will feature 13-tracks, produced by Phish collaborator Bryce Goggin. The New Bohemians were a jamband, Brickell told Relix in 2004. We started off in Texas, playing in clubs and jamming. All the songs were extended. They taught me a whole lot about jamming because I only heard music from records and from the radio. So when they would go into jams, they taught me to appreciate it. They turned me on to the Grateful Dead. Helped me understand how music can flow. The New Bohemians will also perform June 23 and 24 at Dallas, TXs Club Dada and July 28 at New Yorks Central Park Summerstage.

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