Their debut album, “Live The Dream” (2011), explores addiction, recovery, politics, and friendship in the context of trying to make serious life changes without selling out what’s important. The raw, self-produced follow up, “Who are your friends gonna be?” (2012), finds home in a darker space with more developed arrangements. Both albums are up for free streaming at http://ramshackleglory.bandcamp.com.
Ramshackle Glory has toured all over the United States. Currently the group is on hiatus after completing a 68 day tour in the summer of 2012, a journey documented by the band in the documentary “One more time for Texas!” (2012), available at http://youtu.be/9rmDXpoiUOE.
The band consists of Disdane on bass, Douglas on banjo, Eric on trumpet, Luke on drums, Nick on accordion, Pat on guitar, and Wyndham on piano. Andrew Link from The Taxpayers filled in on bass for parts of the summer 2012 tour while Disdane was stuck at home in Arizona, facing down 20 years in prison for standing up against Nazis in Phoenix during November 2010. (Disdane is currently not in jail, on three years of probation, after pleading guilty to one felony charge of Disorderly Conduct. More about that is on http://azantifa.wordpress.com.)
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