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FREE MP3: Tennis - Tell Her No

Tennis is a sport, but it's also the moniker for the music of husband & wife duo Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley. Tennis' music is like an easy, breezy soundtrack for a day at the beach. If their beachy-keen sound reminds you of ocean waves, you're on the right track -- the couple started the band after returning from 7-month sailing expedition. Their first studio album, Cape Dory (2011), is based on their sailing experiences. Could we call this Yacht Rock? Their new album Young & Old (which was produced by The Black Keys' Patrick Carney) was just released last week on Valentine's Day. Awww. If only they had named their album "Love All." Sigh.

Tennis has offered up their cover of The Zombies song "Tell Her No" for free. Scoop it up below, and if you enjoy it, head to High Noon Saloon tonight (February 24th) to see them live. Show starts at 9:30. See you there?







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