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Street Credit


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"Street Credit Opens For Everclear"

"The popular late-'90s alternative rock band Everclear performed at Ned Devine's Thursday to a packed house. The show was the third and largest installment of The Great Taste Music Series, hosted by Miller Lite and, a social networking website.

The free concert, which attracted more than 2,000 people, opened with Street Credit, a self-proclaimed "dirty rock-reggae band." Street Credit opened the night with songs off its new album, Under the Radar, which included catchy beats in songs like "On The Road" and "Goes Around," which got the crowd swaying and pumped for the headliner of the night, Everclear." - Northeastern University News

"Sublime Sound"

A Boston band that performs reggae-rock in the spirit of Sublime has a CD-release party tonight at Bill's Bar. The band in question, Street Credit (right), has posted tunes from the new disc "Under the Radar" on its MySpace page ( as a preview for the show. Listen for "Back for More," a song with some Red Hot Chili Peppers funk and a hook that you can sway to. - Boston Globe

"Phoenix Artist Of The Year Nominee"

Street Credit was nominated for Artist Of The Year in the 2006 edition of The Providence Phoenix Best Music Poll. - Providence Phoenix

"Best Male Vocalist"

Street Credit's Jon Mulshenock was nominated for The Providence Phoenix's Best Male Vocalist of 2006. - Providence Phoenix


Under The Radar - Jan 2008 - Self Released
My People EP - 2005 - Self Released



Street Credit has evolved into the energetic rock-influenced reggae band it is today over the past ten years. Jon Mulshenock, Will Moehrke and Eric Milano originally founded the band in South Florida somewhere around the fall of 2003 however they have been in and out of bands together since the mid nineties. Growing up influenced heavily by early Studio One recordings, Scratch Perry and the melodic dub of the seventies has led to the bass-heavy bottomed out rhythms that is Street Credit. These infectious grooves mixed with evolving songwriting give this young band a concrete musical foundation.

Bill Farrell started playing bass for the band in the summer of 2005, and is an excellent addition bringing with him an extensive musical background that includes classical piano, lead and rhythm guitar as well as vocals which have all been funneled into technically sound, yet bouncy bass lines.

Since returning to New England, Street Credit's popularity is rapidly gaining momentum. They are filling clubs throughout Rhode Island and Boston with their energetic self-proclaimed "dirty rock/reggae" and cultivating what appears to be a very loyal fan base. Street Credit's addictive rhythms and energetic live show aided them in becoming a finalist in the coveted 2006 WBRU Rock Hunt, in which they beat out hundreds of other bands from the region. If you are a reggae fan, a rock fan, or just enjoy an energetic and original night of music, Street Credit is a band to check out.

- Vinny Del P.
Wall.2.Wall Magazine