They said it couldn’t be done. Four different songwriters joining forces to form a single band? There was simply no precedent (outside of CSNY, The Beatles, The Traveling Wilburys, etc). And Fantastic Cat did it anyway, defying the odds and teaming up to record their highly unanticipated debut, The Very Best Of Fantastic Cat. Hailed by Rolling Stone as "a wildly satisfying collection of folk-rock, country, Americana, and good old rock & roll," the album gleefully careens between genres and decades, mixing electrified ’60s roots and ’70s AM radio gold as it balances careful craftsmanship and ecstatic abandon in equal measure. Individually, each member boasts their own impressive resume along with a litany of critical acclaim. The Guardian dubbed Don DiLego “one to watch.” NPR said Anthony D’Amato “sings and writes in the tradition of Bruce Springsteen or Josh Ritter.” Rolling Stone called Brian Dunne’s latest single a “stunner” and praised Mike Montali’s band, Hollis Brown, as “the soundtrack for a late-night drive through the American heartland.” Collectively, the four transcend their respective roots, emerging as an instrument-swapping, harmony-trading, tear-jerking, wise-cracking rock and roll cooperative far greater than the sum of its parts. They say some cats are born fantastic; others have fantasy thrust upon them. These guys are somewhere in the middle.
NYC band Diane and the Gentle Men are releasing their 3rd album, The Bad and the Beautiful, in September. On the first single, “Walk With Me,” which can now be heard on Outlaw Country on Sirius XM, Diane duets with Alejandro Escovedo. Their last hit single “Motorcycle” was produced by Steve Wynn of Dream Syndicate. The new album features guests James Maddock, Alejandro Escovedo, and a song produced by Jesse Malin. Diane’s first album, Caught in a Wave, was produced by Fantastic Cat’s Don DiLego.
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