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It’s hard to not think about The Band when examining the career path of Philadelphia’s Good Old War. Formed from the ashes of another group? Check. First rose to prominence backing a popular solo artist? Another check. Emerged from that artist’s shadow to become a new force all their own? Check is an understatement for that one. The once under-appreciated sidemen to Anthony Green have spent the last few years quietly putting out good records and doing interesting tours, but with Live From The City Of Brotherly Love they have distilled it all down to a bona- fide statement: this is who we are, and you’re going to pay attention.

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Good Old War ” Live From the City Of Brotherly Love” Out now

Happy release day! “Live From The City Of Brotherly Love” is Good Old War 's fourth release on Sargent House and it’s available everywhere today, December 10th where fine music is sold. It has a diverse track-list with the best songs from all three of our past full length albums performed  live from our hometown of Philadelphia at Union Transfer. You can get great Bundles or CD at the merch store HERE

or grab it on ITUNES with a bonus track or AMAZON or Bandcamp - whichever your preference it’s also streaming on Spotify too. So enjoy it and spread the word!

Good Old War is also currently on tour as Anthony Green’s band and we will have the new CD available at the merch table on these shows so pick one up at any of these dates on the Young Legs Tour.

Good Old War “Live From The City Of Brotherly Love” Tracklisting:
1. WINDOW
2. LOOKING FOR SHELTER
3. WEAK MAN
4. CAN’T GO HOME
5. NOT QUITE HAPPINESS
6. WOODY’S HOOD BOOGIE WOOGIE
7. OVER AND OVER
8. CONEY ISLAND
9. BETTER WEATHER
10. JUST ANOTHER DAY
11. THAT’S SOME DREAM
12. CALLING ME NAMES
13. AMAZING EYES
14. WE’VE COME A LONG WAY
15. I SHOULD GO/ THINKING OF YOU (Bonus Track - Digital only)


Good Old War release “Live From The City Of Brotherly Love” on December 10th - Pre-Orders now up


We are so pleased to announce the release of Good Old War “Live From The City Of Brotherly Love” recorded in their home town of Philadelphia at Union Transfer. The album will be released everywhere digitally and on cd by Sargent House on December 10, 2013 with a limited edition vinyl pressing to come later in the new year at some point. It’s an wide variety of songs culled from all three of their past albums and performed live from the City of Brotherly Love.

You can Pre-Order just the cd or the special T-shirt/CD Bundles with your choice of either one of these two designs below - just  go to the Good Old War Store HERE - Orders will ship early on or around December 3rd just in time for the perfect Holiday gift.

TRACKLISTING

1. WINDOW
2. LOOKING FOR SHELTER
3. WEAK MAN
4. CAN’T GO HOME
5. NOT QUITE HAPPINESS
6. WOODY’S HOOD BOOGIE WOOGIE
7. OVER AND OVER
8. CONEY ISLAND
9. BETTER WEATHER
10. JUST ANOTHER DAY
11. THAT’S SOME DREAM
12. CALLING ME NAMES
13. AMAZING EYES
14. WE’VE COME A LONG WAY


Superstar. #ligfest

Superstar. #ligfest


Saturday baby!!

Saturday baby!!


Filter Magazine premieres the Better Weather for OXFAM Video

When music can be used to help an amazing cause and be used for good, everybody wins.  Today amazing humanitarian organization, Oxfam America, brings us an inspiring video about climate change featuring Good Old War's “Better Weather" as the soundtrack.

Press play on the video above to be taken across the globe where climate change has already begun to affect the world in ways you wouldn’t expect. T
to learn more and see how you can help out visit Oxfam’s website now.

Thanks to Spencer Rollins and David Romo over at Sargent House for editing the video.


Stuntin on the runway. #liveat35 #taylortour

Stuntin on the runway. #liveat35 #taylortour


He helps us write songs and makes sure the demos sound good. Thanks Louis.

He helps us write songs and makes sure the demos sound good. Thanks Louis.


I’m the best you can get, have you guessed me yet?

I’m the best you can get, have you guessed me yet?



"Chapter one: He was too romantic about Manhattan, as he was about everything else. He thrived on the hustle and bustle of the crowds and the traffic. To him, New York meant beautiful women and street smart guys who seemed to know all the angles." Woody Allen, ‘Manhattan’

"Chapter one: He was too romantic about Manhattan, as he was about everything else. He thrived on the hustle and bustle of the crowds and the traffic. To him, New York meant beautiful women and street smart guys who seemed to know all the angles." Woody Allen, ‘Manhattan’


#flashbackfriday recording our very first tracks. @goodoldkeith @danoldwar @worldcupp

#flashbackfriday recording our very first tracks. @goodoldkeith @danoldwar @worldcupp


Caption contest. Go!!!

Caption contest. Go!!!


Finch. Our old friends are back on the road. So happy for em. @rvndy love love.

Finch. Our old friends are back on the road. So happy for em. @rvndy love love.


#tbt little Timmy at the sea shore.

#tbt little Timmy at the sea shore.