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First new Wallflowers album in 7 years

The Wallflowers are out with their first new album since Rebel, Sweetheart in 2005. 

Glad All Over features, in addition to Jakob Dylan,  original Wallflowers' bassist Greg Richling and keyboard player Rami Jaffee, as well as drummer Jack Irons (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam, Joe Strummer's Latino Rockabilly War) and guitarist Stuart Mathis.

Dylan also nabbed Mick Jones from the Clash to do a little singing on "Reboot the Mission."

Rolling Stone gives the record 3 stars and says" the group has picked up where it left off: with sharp roots-rock songs full of sturdy hooks, deadpan jokes and pathos that sneaks up on you."

The Wallflowers are touring in support of Glad All Over, playing songs from the new album as well as old faves. They play the Majestic Theatre October 29th. Ticket info here.


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