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26. Feb. 2008, 21:30 von puddlegumBeau Jennings and his band, Cheyenne, relocated last year from Oklahoma to Brooklyn. After the band transitioned into their new community, Cheyenne released an ep and a full-length called The Whale, as Jennings worked as an architect.
Not only did Beau Jennings work towards his band’s debut, he also began working on a solo project. Backed up by James McAlister (Sufjan Stevens), Jeff Shoop (Rosie Thomas), and Ryan Lindsey (Starlight Mints), and mastered by TW Walsh (Pedro the Lion, The Soft Drugs), Beau Jennings has recorded an album called Holy Tulsa Thunder that should grab attention.
The album will be released this summer, but you don’t have to wait until then to hear it. Beau Jennings has teamed up with Puddlegum.net to give you a peak. We also chatted with Beau about the new album, his band, and various topics about the industry.
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Cheyenne have spent the last two years tracking The Whale, and on December 12 the beast will be self-released. Sneaking peaks on their Myspace, fans can now stream four songs: That Was The Ghost, Broken English, Big Weather, and The Whale.
Outside of Cheyenne, Beau Jennings works as an architect to fund his band. He’s also working on a solo project under his own name, which he will begin recording in December. Beau shared with Puddlegum, “I’m excited about it. I got a good band put together and ready to go.” Artists involved in his solo project are James McAlister (Sufjan Stevens' drummer), Jeff Shoop (Sufjan’s bass player, My Brightest Diamond), and Ryan Lindsey on piano.
This summer Cheyenne released The Land Rush EP, after Beau Jennings and band left Norman, Oklahoma behind for New York City. They didn’t leave their Oklahoma roots behind though, mixing The Whale with Chad Copelin (Bishop Allen) at BlackWatch Studios in Norman. …
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