Dave Finney & The Procrastinators
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Dave Finney & The Procrastinators

Arlington, Massachusetts, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2019 | SELF

Arlington, Massachusetts, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2019
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Procrastination Songs Vol. 1 (2021) - 9 Song EP on FOC Records

Procrastination Songs Vol. 2 (2023) - 8 Song EP on FOC Records

Song List:

Cover Songs (Current Rotation):

Don't Go Back To Rockville (REM)

Yer So Bad (Tom Petty)

Pump It Up (Elvis Costello)

Hey Hey What Can I Do (Led Zeppelin)

How Long - Ace (Paul Carrack)

Ballad of John & Yoko - Beatles

She's A Woman - Beatles

Ticket To Ride - Beatles

Massachusetts Afternoon - Blue Jean Committee

Feel A Whole Lot Better - Byrds/Tom Petty

Summertime Thing - Chuck Prophet

Fast As You - Dwight Yoakam

Take It Easy - Eagles

Tequila Sunrise- Eagles

Pump It Up - Elvis Costello

Little Sister- Elvis Presley/Dwight Yoakam

Why Not Your Baby - Gene Clark/Velvet Crush

Looking Forward To Seeing You - Golden Smog

Bus Stop - Hollies

Long Cool Woman- Hollies

Doctor My Eyes - Jackson Browne

Super 8 - Jason Isbell

Secret Agent Man - Johnny Rivers

Tired of Waiting - Kinks

Hey Hey What Can I Do - Led Zeppelin

Rock and Roll (countrified) - Led Zeppelin (ar. Procrastinators)

Let Love Rule - Lenny Kravitz

Old Man - Neil Young

Kodachrome - Paul Simon

Don't Go Back To Rockville - R.E.M

Driver 8 - R.E.M

Dead Flowers - Rolling Stones

Miss You - Rolling Stones

Tumbling Dice - Rolling Stones

Take Me To The River - Talking Heads/Al Green

Breakdown - Tom Petty

Honey Bee - Tom Petty

Handle With Care - Traveling Wilburys

Squeeze Box - Who

Junior's Farm - Wings

Cover Songs (By Request):

Anything That's Rock and Roll - Tom Petty

Yer So Bad - Tom Petty

Mary Jane's Last Dane - Tom Petty

Driven To Tears - Police

The Kids Are Alright - Who

Pinball Wizard - Who

Just My Imagination - Rolling Stones

Brand New Cadillac - Clash

Stepping Stone - Monkees

I Can't Explain - Who

Born on the Bayou - Credence Clearwater Revival

I'm A Believer - Monkees

Psycho Killer - Talking Heads

Last Train To Clarksville - Monkees

I'm A Believer - Monkees

Psycho Killer - Talking Heads

Last Train To Clarksville - Monkees

Castanets - Alejandro Escovedo

New Madrid - Uncle Tupelo

Stay With Me - Faces

Already Gone - Eagles

Heartache Tonight - Eagles

One After 909 - Beatles

Can't Hardly Wait - Replacements/Justin Towne Earle

All Over Now - Rolling Stones

Let's Stay Together - Al Green

Mrs. Robinson - Simon & Garfunkel arr. Lemonheads

Someday, Someway - Marshall Crenshaw

Me and Julio - Paul Simon

Hold On I'm Coming - Sam & Dave

Switchboard Susan - Nick Lowe/Rockpile



Dave Finney & The Procrastinators are a roots/pop/rock band from Boston. The band's origins go back to March of 2018, when singer-songwriter Dave Finney released a 5 song EP of his original songs (available on Bandcamp). Recorded at Woolly Mammoth Sound in Waltham, MA, the EP featured some of Boston’s top session players, including Russell Chudnofsky, Dave Westner and Josh Kantor. When it was time for Dave to put together a band to play shows, he hooked up with 3 members of the long-running Boston rock band Powderhouse - Ray Boyce (bass), Fred Pickard (guitar) and Steve McDonough (drums) - and The Procrastinators were born. The band's debut EP, delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, was finally released in May of 2021 and is available on Bandcamp, Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube, iTunes and all major streaming and download platforms.

Looking to expand their sound, the Procrastinators recruited multi-instrumentalist Linas "Casey" Jauniskis to join the band in the fall of 2021. New drummer Guy Seeley came on-board in early 2022. The Procrastinators' live performances not only showcase Dave’s original songs, but also fun, under-the-radar cover songs. The band are ready to play your bar, club, function, theatre, or and can customize a song list to satisfy any crowd, venue or set length. For example, the Procrastinators can play up to 3 sets of originals and covers (usually a 50/50 mix), but can also play a "Showcase" set of just original material. The Procrastinators latest album, "Procrastination Songs Vol. 2", was released in July of 2023 and features their current new line-up: 

Dave Finney - Lead Vocals, Acoustic and Electric Guitars 
Ray Boyce - Bass, Keyboards, Vocals 
Fred Pickard - Electric Guitar, Vocals 
Linas "Casey" Jauniskis - Mandolin, Banjo, Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Saxophone, Vocals 
Guy Seeley - Drums

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