FIVE.BOLT.MAIN To Release Live Album This Fall

FIVE.BOLT.MAIN, who are based in Louisville, Kentucky, will be releasing a live album on October 10 on the Rock Ridge Music label. Entitled "Five.Bolt.Main Live", the disc was recorded in February at the Bulldog Café in Louisville, Kentucky. Heading up the production were Rock Ridge Music principal Jason Spiewak and Matt Chiaravalle (WARREN ZEVON, KITTIE, JEFFREY GAINES). The album has 10 tracks, including two previously unreleased tracks and the band's single "The Gift". Three of the live songs were released digitally on June 13 as a preview for the full-length and are available via all digital distribution portals. These three tracks have been remixed and remastered for "Five.Bolt.Main Live". FIVE.BOLT.MAIN also plans to head back into the studio soon to record a new album for release in 2007. Chris Henderson, guitarist for the multi-platinum band 3 DOORS DOWN, will be at the production helm.


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