At Home With The Strange Tones

by The Strange Tones

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Lost 03:57
Cindy Lu 03:00
My Man 02:44
I've Got Gas 04:19
Better Times 03:56


With a brand new CD in hand, The Strange Tones have emerged from their undisclosed secure location. And this time, they're inviting you into their home. The band’s new CD, At Home With The Strange Tones offers a rare glimpse into the lives of these Portland, Oregon-based sonic crime fighters. The Strange Tones have blended a unique concoction of original blues, rockabilly, surf, and vintage R&B, and finished it off with a private eye twist. They’ve shaken and stirred these elements into their own original sound and style known as Crime-A-Billy.

The band’s previous CDs have earned much acclaim throughout the Northwest and beyond. We're On Our Way earned the coveted Muddy Award for "Northwest Recording of the Year" by the Cascade Blues Association, while both We’re On Our Way and Crime-A-Billy made the Top 20 Chart in Spain for FM Blues Radio and on Real Blues Magazine’s Top 100 Charts. The Strange Tones step up to the plate with their new release. Their experience and continued development as a dynamic band with notorious live shows and a distinctly Northwest flavor are well captured in At Home With The Strange Tones. Special guests include keyboard legend DK Stewart and harmonica ace Jim Wallace.


released February 16, 2014


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Portland Oregon's own The Strange Tones are known far and wide in their Pacific Northwest homeland and beyond. The inventors of "Crime-A-Billy" music (and lifestyle) this foursome has been dazzling audiences for the better part of a decade and have even been inducted into the Cascade Blues Association's Hall of Fame in the Best Contemporary Band catagory! ... more

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