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Four-piece alternative rock band Gable Price and Friends dropped a new EP today. “Live At THE END” (Capitol CMG) is available on all digital platforms. Listen here. Encompassing five live-performance songs from the 2022 album, “The Consequence Of Being Alive” ("Brother Jack," "Upside," "I Don't Wanna Live Like This," "Tough Love" and "I LOVE TO STRUGGLE"), the project was recorded at a show from the Nashville-based venue The End. A music video filmed during the show for "I Don't Wanna Live Like This" is below.
“A song never quite feels done until we sing it in a room of people," Gable Price and Friends share as a band collectively. " ‘Live at THE END’ is our best attempt to capture the euphoric feeling of being in the same room and singing these songs together. We hope it makes you feel something new about these songs.”
With their new live EP, the California-bred rock ‘n’ roll band continues to share energy-laced and feel-good rock ‘n’ roll music and are excited to keep performing their songs on the road. They just kicked off their tour sharing songs from “The Consequence Of Being Alive” album last weekend, hitting markets such as Chicago, Grand Rapids, Indianapolis and Nashville.
About Gable Price and Friends
Gable Price and Friends is a four-piece alternative rock ‘n’ roll band, with a whole lot of damage to do and a whole lot of cities to play. Currently residing in Northern California, three Midwest boys and a Californian (Gable Price, Cameron Pablo, Daniel Vargas and Adam Elizararraz) continue to gain ground, turn heads and provide a euphoric live and recorded experience.
From recording their demos in a garage and Gable's 1977 camper van The Dreamboat, to recently signing with Capitol CMG, the boys have no intention of slowing down anytime soon. Gable Price and Friends are known for sentimental, provocative lyrics regarding the human condition, screaming guitars and bass, with driving drums that make you wanna get a speeding ticket. This group of 20-somethings is eager for the public to hear their music and excited to share the songs with a group of sweaty people in a venue somewhere, sometime. Keep your head straight, your hopes up, your heart right, and remember to be a good friend.
For more information, visit GablePriceandFriends.com.