Uh-huh Baby Yeah!’s Blake Stahlhut was interviewed on Groovey.tv while the band was at the Vans Warped Tour. Watch:
Uh-Huh Baby Yeah! went to LA back in back in January to work on a new album w/ Jeff Sahyoun of letlive. They took iPhone notes along the way and put it all into a video recording diary. Watch:
Last year, the boys in Uh Huh Baby Yeah! worked on the catering crew all summer and played exactly three shows. This year, they get an title, as the Official BBQ Band for the Vans Warped Tour 2014, which means they’ll still work on the catering crew all summer but they’ll get to play regularly. They seem to be pretty happy about it.
11/1/2013 The Longbranch Saloon – Knoxville, TN
11/2/2013 Mahogany’s – Covington, KY
11/3/2013 Frankie’s Inner City – Toledo, OH
11/4/2013 Stone Tavern – Kent, OH
11/5/2013 The Bug Jar – Rochester, NY
11/6/2013 St Vitus – New York, NY
11/9/2013 RCM - Hagerstown, MD
11/10/2013 Deep South – Raleigh, NC
11/14/2013 The Millroom – Asheville, NC
11/15/2013 The Rutledge – Nashville, TN
11/16/2013 The Vernon Club – Louisville, KY (Little Heart Records 8th Anniversary Weekend!)
11/22/2013 The Up and Under Pub – Milwaukee, WI
Uh Huh Baby Yeah!, now coming off a successful Vans Warped tour, have been busy recording and have released a new demo for “Natural Born Thriller.” Give it a listen:
There’s a bit of a story at Altsounds.com
So this is a rather unusual situation for a benefit – asking for donations to help someone succeed rather to help someone out of a bad jam. An all together easier decision to make, I think.
Here’s a video of “Dead Friends”:
Louisvillian Kevin Fletcher of Uh Huh Baby Yeah! reviewed Every Time I Die at Headliners for Altsounds.com. Go read it here
Little Heart Records will stage an EP release party cum showcase at Diamond Pub on April 19 when Louisville rockers Uh-Huh Baby Yeah release their new EP, Trash Talk. (Well, they’ve already released it but this is a party.) Also on the bill are the Late Ones, Aesthetics Versus Architecture, Think Harder and The American Dream. What can we say? It’s a rock ‘n’ roll show of the classic sort. Wear sensible shoes if you plan on dancing. Tickets are $10.
Here’s the official video for “Dead Friends”: