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New Max Weinberg 7 CD Information

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Every weeknight for seven years, 5 million viewers have rocked and bopped to the sounds of the Max Weinberg 7 – “the best band in late night TV” (Tom Shales, The Washington Post) on NBC’s popular late-night offering, Late Night With Conan O’Brien. Now, after a record breaking worldwide tour with the reformed Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, the highly respected drummer and his late-night “co-horts”, The Max Weinberg 7, make their album debut.



The Max Weinberg 7 (M&K Sound) release is a tour de force blend of rock, boogie, jump blues, and high energy swing with 17 vocal and instrumental tunes culled from the band’s songbook that audiences have enjoyed for years on the late-night hit show including “Rock This Joint,” Lollipop,” “Nervous Boogie,” and “Jumpted”; plus a MW7 original, “Catch ‘em In The Act,” featuring the tasty piano & vocals of the legendary Dr. John.



Called “the rhythmic backbone of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band” by Robert Palmer of The New York Times, Max has been heard on such landmark albums as Born to Run, Darkness on the Edge of Town, The River, and Tunnel of Love, as well as 2 of the top-selling albums of all time: Born in the U.S.A. and Meatloaf’s Bat Out of Hell.



The Max Weinberg 7 is produced by Max Weinberg and arranged by Jimmy Vivino. Executive Producers are Ken Kreisel, Eric Gardner, and Stephen Powers.



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Visit the Max Weinberg 7website at: http://www.maxweinberg7.com

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