The JEFF KOLLMAN BAND, aka JKB, have made available MP3 samples of four songs, "Never Gonna Get It" (mp3), "By Myself" (mp3), "Stupid Little Girl" (mp3), and "Can't Let You Go" (mp3), off their just-released debut disc, "Bleeding the Soul". The latter cut is a haunting tribute by guitarist/vocalist Jeff Kollman (GLENN HUGHES, MOGG/WAY) to his father, the late Tom "The Scene" Kollman, who passed away in 2001.
"Bleeding The Soul", which was produced by Kollman at his Crumb Bros. facility in Los Angeles, features Kevin Chown (ARTENSION, TONY MacALPINE) on bass and Charlie Waymire (EGH, SPEAK NO EVIL) on drums, as well as guest contributions by longtime Kollman collaborator, drummer Shane Gaalaas (COSMOSQUAD, B'Z), and keyboardists Ed Roth (IMPELLITTERI, GLENN HUGHES) and Evan Beigel.
JKB will kick off their European tour with an in-store appearance at Hot Shot Records in Hanover, Germany on October 6. A string of U.S. dates are currently in the works for November. A complete list of tour dates is available at this location.
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