Coyote Kolb
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Coyote Kolb

Boston, Massachusetts, United States | SELF

Boston, Massachusetts, United States | SELF
Band Americana Classic Rock


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"Friends For Family: Coyote Kolb"

Coyote Kolb sprung to life in the Boston area within the last year (as far as I know). They play, what I would call, Western American rock n roll. It's rootsy, soulful, energized and very dynamic. These guys are wonderfully talented musicians. I highly encourage you to check them out -

"Band In Boston: COYOTE KOLB"

a bit of the alt-country thing, a dash of kink-iness, and a gang of super-talented musicians. -


Coyote Kolb sounds like the city and the countryside at the same time. How they manage to pull this off I do not know. Soothing lullabies, spiced up with a good deal of pedal steel, all covered with a layer of grime that is not instantly noticeable, but there never the less. -

"ArtsBoston: Coyote Kolb"

This flavorful band has a lot to offer when you’re not listening to them from your chair but standing up and swaying to the upbeat, old-timey-folk swooning sounds. Lyrically inspired by the real natives of our land and history, Coyote Kolb is a danceable banjo fancy of folklore and tales that will wisp you off your feet without even knowing it. A Must Listen! -

"Cheap Thrills: Coyote Kolb"

Coyote Kolb fall on the 'city' side of alt-country to me; it's rock that dabbles with the fuzzed-out dirges that I loved from Neil Young. ... -


Debut album MASSACHUSETT released in March 2010.



Aerosmith was formed in 1970, when vocalist Steven Tyler met guitarist Joe Perry while working at an ice cream parlor. Bassist Tom Hamilton and guitarist Ray Tabano, joined the group, but Ray was replaced by Brad Whitford and they added drummer Joey Kramer.

In 1972 they landed a record contract with Columbia Records. As a result, Aerosmith's self-titled debut album was released in the fall of 1973.

Areosmith spent time touring the U.S. and working on their secound album Get Your Wings, it spent a total of 86 weeks on the charts.

Aerosmith's third record, 1975's Toys in the Attic, was their breakthrough album their sound was pure rock n roll, and the the album hit number 11. Its success prompted the re-release of the power ballad "Dream On," which shot into the Top Ten in early 1976. Both Aerosmith and Get Your Wings climbed back up the charts in the wake of Toys in the Attic. "Walk This Way," the final single from Toys in the Attic, was released around the time of the group's new 1976 album, Rocks. Although it didn't feature a Top Ten hit like "Walk This Way," Rocks went platinum quickly, peaking at number three.

In early 1977, Aerosmith took a break and prepared material for their fifth album. In addition to another tour in 1978, the band appeared in the movie Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, performing "Come Together," which eventually became a number 23 hit. Aerosmith recorded Night in the Ruts in 1979, releasing the record at the end of the year. Brad Whitford left the group in early 1980, forming the Whitsford-St. Holmes Band with former Ted Nugent guitarist Derek St. Holmes.

As Aerosmith regrouped with new guitarists Jimmy Crespo and Rick Dufay, the band released Aerosmith's Greatest Hits in late 1980; the record would eventually sell over six million copies.

Pump, released in 1989, continued the band's winning streak, reaching number five, selling over four million copies, and spawning the Top Ten singles "Love in an Elevator," "Janie's Got a Gun," and "What It Takes."

Aerosmith released Get a Grip in 1993. The album was as successful as the band's previous two records, featuring the hit singles "Livin' on the Edge," "Cryin'," and "Amazing." In 1994, Aerosmith released Big Ones, a compilation of hits from their Geffen years which fulfilled their contract with the label; it went double platinum shortly after its release.