LIVE COVER SONGS
Island in the sun- Weezer
Dead flowers-The Rolling Stones
I’m writing a novel- father John misty
You never can tell- chuck berry
Gone gone gone- Robert plant and Allison Krauss
Doin time- sublime
The breeze- dr. Dog
The pusher- steppenwolf
Roadhouse blues- the doors
Good lovin’- twin peaks
Mr. Tillman- father John misty
Trouble- cage the elephant
I’m Alright- The Rolling Stones
Dear Prudence- The Beatles
House of the Rising Sun- The Animals
Gold on the ceiling- The Black Keys
For what it’s worth- buffalo springfield
I will survive- cake
No diggity- chet faker
Proud Mary- Creedence Clearwater Revival
Break on through to the other side- The Doors
take it easy- the eagles
wonderful tonight- Eric Clapton
Bright Lights- Gary Clark Jr.
When My train Pulls in- “”
Float on- Modest Mouse
You can’t always get what you want- The Rolling Stones
Mary Janes Last Dance- Tom Petty
Come Together- The Beatles
Are you gonna be my girl- Jet
8675309 Jenny Jenny- Tommy Tutone
Forza Coffee Company
Lucky You Lounge
Pac Ave Pizza
2x Fender Twin Reverb
Fender bassman reissue
Blues deluxe reissue
Music man axis
ampeg PF500 Amp Head
Galien Kruger 4x10 cab
4 piece pearl vision series drum kit
zildjan cymbal set
With the release of their self titled album, Uh Oh and the Oh Wells takes a fresh approach to some classic genres and gives the record a life all its own. Lush with addictive progressions, a soulful vocal approach, and southern undertones, the record boasts the aesthetic of indie rock anthems.
The first single, “Where's The Door", immediately grabs you with it's infectious classic rock groove, followed by it's building arrangement giving way for a powerful chorus that allow it to breathe as it plays on.
"This single reflects the intensity and aggressiveness of what it’s like to move away from something that you put time and effort into. "Where’s The Door" has very prominent classic rock vibes and I was trying to bring that out while writing. Older rock songs are more straightforward with the lyrics; 'why won’t you love me I give you the sign' was just something I yelled into the mic and from there it built itself into the tune it is now. The primary theme is say what you need to say and it’ll be okay. If not, there’s the door. " explains songwriter James Bauscher of the bands single.
Although the single speaks volumes for the album, to get a real understanding of where Uh Oh and the Oh Wells is coming from, it should be heard in its entirety.
"The album is a breakup album from a former way of life. It’s about old habits being broken, close friends fading away and new friends being made, and saying goodbye. The typical sounds in the single that bleed into the rest of the album are the guitar licks. I didn’t hold back when writing the guitar parts and that’s why the band has three guitar players. There's a randomness of classic tunes that shows up in the rest of the album. says the Bauscher of creating the album.
Uh Oh and the Oh Wells is the brainchild of songwriter James Bauscher who dubbed the project based on something he'd say to himself amidst hard times while living in Seattle WA. Relocating to Spokane WA a few years later, he found his old friend and college buddy Josiah had moved into town. Also a drummer, Josiah jumped in on the project and helped Bauscher push to finish the record that had so long been in the works. The self titled album is a testament to where they are at with their sound right now.
Uh Oh and the Oh Wells is available now for streaming and downloads on most major digital outlets and the artist is always working on new material for upcoming releases.
To learn more of Uh Oh and the Oh Wells, please visit: https://uhohandtheohwells.bandcamp.com/