Have you guys been paying attention to the Paul Cannon Band? If not, here’s your final “All Aboard!” call before this San Diego-based, postive energy-filled, peace-preaching, life-loving music train leaves the station. As I type, they are finishing up a short West Coast tour supporting Virgin Records recording artist Tristan Prettyman (also a San Diego native). In recent months, their song “Homegrown” began to play in regular rotation on KPRI, and the song was also featured on the station’s latest television ad. San Diegans can catch PCB closing out Prettyman’s tour Feb 1st and 2nd at Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach (if you’re lucky enough to get tickets – both shows are sold out). A new album is also in the works, release date TBD. In the meantime, we’ll leave you with a free download and a video from these hometown, homegrown heroes!
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