The Riders are proud to help Sturgis Motorcycle Museum raise funds

The MeanStreet Riders are getting involved with raising funds to keep the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum rolling on for years to come.They recently donated downloads of “I’ve Had a Good Ride” their song written about Sturgis and the bandlands for downloads with all proceeds going to the museum. Bill Dern the band’s manager said “Were proud to help so a great cause and tribute to some of the worlds best and first machines in the two wheeled world”.

http://www.sturgismuseum.com/cart/index.php?cPath=43&osCsid=7b2748f20da201ca1db7f5f58557a9b8

More Great Blogs are Buzzing about the Debut album.

MidLife Motorcycle Madness says You cannot pigeonhole their music into one safe genre or make a comparison to one other single popular band. The closest I could come up with to maybe compare them to would be the Eagles.Some of the songs have a definite Classic Rock style & sound and others have a more Modern Country or Americana type sound. You can hear all kinds of instruments in the MeanStreet Riders music from electric guitars to banjo.The vocals are solid with lots of harmony.

http://midlifemotorcyclemadness.blogspot.com/2011/05/meanstreet-riders.html

Easy Rider Ramblings Blog said they hear influences that are similar to the Eagles, ZZ Top, Jackson Browne, Zack Brown Band, Tim McGraw, Rodney Adkins, Allman Brothers Band, Skynard (yes, Lynyrd Skynyrd) and even a bit of Chris Isaak. Every song written with emotion with a Been there, done that feel throughout. It’s incredible to be able to relive some of my rides and experiences thru words and music. It makes me want to jump up, dance and ride.

http://easyriderramblings.blogspot.com/2011/05/meanstreet-riders.html?zx=1d076267ec1cd180

Stay Tuned for the album release date sometime in late July which will be distributed worldwide by E1 entertainment and dont forget to Rock N Roll on the Open Road

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One Response to “The Riders are proud to help Sturgis Motorcycle Museum raise funds”

  1. […] Helped with fundraising at the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum. […]

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