Chuck Fleming (& The Infamous They)
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Chuck Fleming (& The Infamous They)

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"I stopped by the Hole in the Wall to catch the debut performance by Chuck Fleming (drummer for the Lonesome Heroes) as a singer-songwriter backed by "The Infamous They" -- Hope Irish on harmony vocals, Seth Gibbs on drums, and Peter Stafford (The Archibalds) on bass. Chuck sings about "dancing in the rain," getting his "walking papers" (Evilution), and being "forsaken by my dreams." And did I really hear him sing, "my girl's a fish"?? Hope was an absolutely wonderful singing partner for this gentle spirit with the big smile. Read: WARM!"
-DugganFlanakin www.flanfire.blogspot.com - Duggan Flanakin


Discography

Living Like We Please (2008, Superpop!)

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Influences: Love, Ethics, Awareness, Understanding
Anti-Influences: Freedumb, Evilution, Forged Ideals

A developing singer/songwriter over the last decade, Chuck Fleming has been actively enjoying the Austin music community. In the fall of 2008, he released his first full-length album, "Living Like We Please," with the help of producer Seth Gibbs of Superpop! Records.

"I stopped by the Hole in the Wall to catch the debut performance by Chuck Fleming (drummer for the Lonesome Heroes) as a singer-songwriter backed by "The Infamous They" -- Hope Irish on harmony vocals, Seth Gibbs on drums, and Peter Stafford (The Archibalds) on bass. Chuck sings about "dancing in the rain," getting his "walking papers" (Evilution), and being "forsaken by my dreams." And did I really hear him sing, "my girl's a fish"?? Hope was an absolutely wonderful singing partner for this gentle spirit with the big smile. Read: WARM!"
-DugganFlanakin www.flanfire.blogspot.com