King Buzzo reveals 1st solo acoustic song via Rolling Stone

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Friday, February 14, 2014 at 9:48 AM (PST)
Buzz Osborne, songwriter, guitar player and vocalist for the Melvins, has unveiled his first solo, acoustic song, “Dark Brown Teeth,” via Rolling Stone right HERE. The song is really cool. It sounds kind of like it could have been from the Stoner Witch-era, had it been electric.


The iconic front man has also confirmed he will release an as-of-yet untitled, solo, acoustic full-length via Ipecac Recordings in June.Osborne previously announced a thirteen-date tour kicking off March 2 at Grumpy’s in Minneapolis, which also includes a performance at the Record Label Rummage Sale on Mar. 13.   A commemorative 10” titled This Machine Kills Artists, which features “Dark Brown Teeth,” will be available via Amphetamine Reptile and sold on the upcoming tour dates.


“I’m looking forward to taking this show on the road!” Osborne added, “Solo acoustic is something I’d never thought I’d be doing.  Maybe that’s why this will work!”


Osborne also recently confirmed his participation in the James Williamson Interview: From Riffs to Bits session at SXSW on March 14 at 12:30 pm in the Austin Convention Center.


Click HERE for tour dates.


Upcoming performances:
Feb. 26     Los Angeles, CA     Scion Rock Show @ The Satellite
March 2      Minneapolis, MN     Grumpy’s
March 4     Des Moines, IA     Vaudeville Mews
March 6      Omaha, NE      The Waiting Room
March 8      Kansas City, MO      The Riot Room
March 10      Norman, OK      Opolis
March 11     Dallas, TX      Club Dada
March 13      Austin, TX      Record Label Rummage Sale
March 16      Little Rock, AR      Stickyz Rock’n’Roll Chicken Shack
March 17     Memphis, TN      Hi-Tone
March 20     Louisville, KY     Zanzabar
March 21      Indianapolis, IN     Radio Radio
March 22      Chicago, IL      Beat Kitchen
March 23      Madison, WI     High Noon Saloon
Tickets for all March dates are on-sale on now.
Photo by Mackie Osborne

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