Jump to the replies to watch James Dean Wells (The Gay Blades) perform a new song called "Walk You Home." The video is a part of the Bedstockfest series started by MyMusicRx, a program of the Children’s Cancer Association. You can find out more details on their site and you can check out the plethora of other artists' videos on their Youtube page.
Remember when news broke that The Gay Blades were breaking up? Haha, just kidding - the band is totally back together again. The band will be playing a few shows in January and are planning on releasing a new album in 2014.
James Dean Wells (The Gay Blades) has posted his yearly Christmas song, this time around being a track called "Broken Hearted Christmas." Also, James recently got engaged to his long time girlfriend, so be sure to listen to the song and leave them some love in the replies!
It may be a few days late but that's okay. James Dean Wells of The Gay Blades has written a new Christmas jingle entitled "Sorry Santa" that you can stream on Bandcamp. You'll want to give this a spin, it's pretty groovy.
The Gay Blades' new album, Savages, is streaming on their myspace. This album comes highly recommended by quite a few staff members. What are your thoughts? If you dig it, be sure to pick up one of these awesome deals.
The Gay Blades' album version of "Why Winter in Detroit?" is streaming here. The band also have some awesome pre-orders on their site that come with unreleased songs, remixes, acoustic tracks and more. How can you go wrong with a bargain like that?
What's better than a pre-ordering a copy of The Gay Blades new album, Savages? Pre-ordering a copy and getting Clark and Puppy's John Hancock on the front of it for $10 bucks. Do yourself a favor and pick up this deal here.
Head to the replies to see Clark Westfield of The Gay Blades performing "Too Cool To Quit" off their new album, Savages, acoustically for FOE Live. If this doesn't get you stoked for the new album, I'm not sure what will.
Head to the replies to see the press release for The Gay Blades upcoming album, Savages. It also includes the tracklisting and artwork. On top of that, if the band reaches 5,000 followers on their twitter they will release the audio from their live DVD. The band has also uploaded "Try To Understand" to their myspace.