Charlie Overbey and The Broken Arrows set to debut at The Viper Room in November

Posted: October 13, 2014 in Band, Concerts, music, New Music, New Release, Singer, Songwriter
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Allow me to introduce you to Charlie Overbey’s new band, Charlie Overbey and The Broken Arrows. ‘Charlie spent years evolving as a musician, from Sunset Strip band Big Bang Babies to cowpunks Custom Made Scare to Deadbolt and Charlie And The Valentine Killers. Now he has emerged — not entirely unscathed — as a pretty serious songwriter.’

Today, Charlie is ready to shine in the spotlight as he makes his debut with his new band at The Viper Room on November 6th for their debut show. The band features Jimmy James (Hangmen, Masons), Dave James (Superbees), Jordan Shapiro (Supersuckers), Joe Ginsberg (Chuck Ragan) — and the new kid Charlie Nice – round out Charlie Overbey‘s stellar new band The Broken Arrows.

Charlie says, “We’ve all lived a lot, we’ve all toured a lot, and we’ve all loved and lost a lot. I believe this is the key to a group of dudes that can relate to one another, and hang with mutual respect as a cohesive traveling unit and as a Band Of Brothers. Only with this kind of bond can the magic translate on stage. The Broken Arrows have that magic.

They are just about to release their debut record, The California Kid and you can check out their title track here:

 

Those vocals are so captivating and his songwriting takes you on a musical journey filled with emotion and vivid imagery. He definitely lands himself right next to some great singers/songwriters like Tom Petty, Jackson Browne, Bruce Springsteen and many more. This is one new band that is very deserving of your complete attention so I hope you get a chance to check them out.

We are going to see if we can make it down to the debut show and bring you an interview. Make sure to visit their social media sites and stay up to date on the latest news.

~ Marisol

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