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2016 Spring Diesel Tunes Tour Announced

2016 Diesel Tunes TourIt is with tremendous excitement Working Class Hussys is proud to announce we are going on an official Diesel Tunes Road trip! We have had the pleasure to share our most recent full CD with the northeastern region since the release, but now we have arranged to get a van and hit the road. For the middle part of March we will be making stops in Virginia, Tennessee, Arkansas and Texas. We’d like to dedicate the first song of the album, To Tennessee, to this experience with many stops in Tennessee! Ian was thinking about writing a song for each state, but we may not get those songs recorded in time.
Here are some of the details about our tour stops. We hope to see our friends in some of these places, and hope to make many more!
 
 
 
 
Friday, March 11th  8PM in Abingdon Virginia, Bonefire Smokehouse BBQ.
Saturday, March 12th 10PM in Maryville, Tennessee, Barley’s Maryville.
Sunday, March 13th 1:30PM in Nashville, Tennessee, Ri’chards Lousiana Cafe.
Monday, March 14th 10PM in Fayetteville, Arkansas, The Smoke & Barrel Tavern.
Wednesday, March 16th 1PM […]

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WCH Headliners at FilmOneFest

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played to their largest crowd yet when they headlined at the FilmOneFest (the Atlantic Highlands One-Minute International Film Festival) in New Jersey’s Atlantic Highlands. The crowd of about 2500 also screened amateur films from all around the world. Although the set was cut slightly short due to a threat of rain, it was great to hear the opening acts ‘Rockit’ and ‘Crimson Sky’. WCH would like to thank the organization for inviting us to play. We would also like to shout out to our band members, Mike McClellan, Tony Mann, Patricia Crowell, Ian Patrick Gentles, Greg Winka, and Brian Casale for putting on a great show. Thank you so much, Film One Fest, and we hope to see you there again next year.

FilmOneFest is the Jersey Shore’s preeminent showcase for all forms of short films under two minutes in length. The festival is a free summertime seaside screening in the town of Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey. Its goal is to raise awareness of the arts, as well as the community of Atlantic Highlands. FilmOneFest also promotes local and international filmmaking through […]

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Friday, December 21st. Show in Brooklyn

We’re playing out at Goodbye Blue Monday tonight in Brooklyn. Great show planned tonight! No cover. See us live and get free downloads from the show. This place is great! Come out to 1087 Broadway in Brooklyn near Dekalb. It’s not far from Pratt. We’re warming up for Xenosound on a nationwide tour–great stuff too! It’s going to be a great show.
 
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“Like Your Woman” Live Performance Video

Working Class Hussys performs the song Like Your Woman at Tyler State Park in Newtown Pennsylvania. It was a hot July evening in 2012. The venue was a converted horse barn and sometimes clay studio. The acoustics were great and the audience was great. One of our biggest fans, Faith took this video on her iPad.
Left) is Patricia Crowell, Center) is Ian Patrick Gentles and Right) is Mike McClellan.

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Goin’ For A Ride – The Ship Inn @ Milford, New Jersey

Ian Patrick Gentles, Mike McClellan and Patricia Crowell perform live in Milford, New Jersey. Goin’ For A Ride is a single from unreleased Diesel Tunes CD.

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Live Show at Jamestock Charity Event

James Huff Miller and Patricia Crowell
In Sewell, New Jersey a large group of family and friends gathered for an afternoon and evening of music, food, drinks and good times to raise money for the support of James Huff Miller’s cancer treatments. Our Band, Working Class Hussys submitted a bid to be one of the bands during the fundraiser and we were selected.
 
From left to right: Mike McClellan, Mikey Mags, Patricia Crowell and Ian Patrick Gentles
We had not played this far south, but we wanted to bring our songs and our support to the day. We met friends and family who were there for James. We met other bands that were playing there. At one point James’ band played and he jumped on the keyboards for a long set of cover songs. It was a rockin’ time.
 
Mike McClellan on lead guitar

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