In 2012, the eight-piece soul band from Birmingham, Ala, St. Paul and The Broken Bones, was formed. Known for Paul Janeway's belting vocals and their ability to infuse funk and soul, St. Paul and The Broken Bones is a must-see show. Since 2012, St. Paul and The Broken Bones has released three studio albums and two EPS; its three albums, Half the City, Sea of Noise and Young Sick Camelia, reached numbers 56, 44 and 56 respectively on the Billboard Hot 200. The group has done well on the Adult Alternative charts, with its song "Call Me" reaching No. 6 and its song "Apollo" reaching No 3. As a band, it is always evolving and creating music that is outside of its normal comfort zone, giving fans a plethora of sound to choose from.
St. Paul and The Broken Bones: The Last Hurrah...Not!
St. Paul and The Broken Bones is the band that was not supposed to last. Band founders Paul Janeway and Jesse Phillips had known each other since the mid-2000s when they played together in an alternative soul band called The Secret Dangers. They had gone to separate musical projects but came back together in 2012 to start a new project. They intended for this project to be their last hurrah in the music business before they pursued other careers. After they met together, they realized they might have something special, and they really clicked. They decided to stick with it and created a soul band to fit with Janeway's voice, and their last hurrah ended up turning into more than they could have imagined.
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How long is a normal St. Paul and The Broken Bones concert?
St. Paul and The Broken Bones usually does an energy-packed concert that lasts for an hour to an hour and a half.
Where is St. Paul and The Broken Bones playing?
St. Paul and the Broken Bones has performed all over the world and has upcoming tour dates in Big Sky, Montana and Saint Charles, Iowa. To find out when they will be at a venue near you, go and check out StubHub.
What does a St. Paul and The Broken Bones setlist look like?
When you see St. Paul and The Broken Bones perform, you can expect to hear songs like "All I Ever Wonder," "Like a Mighty River," "Grass is Greener," "Mr. Invisible," "Apollo," and "Bruised Fruit." For an encore, they usually do "Sanctify," "Call Me" and "Broken Bones & Pocket Change."
Who are the members of St. Paul and The Broken Bones?
St. Paul and The Broken Bones consists of Paul Janeway on vocals, Browan Lollar on guitar, Jesse Phillips on bass guitar, Kevin Leon on drums, Al Gamble on keys, Allen Branstetter on trumpet, Amari Ansari on saxophone and Chad Fisher on trombone. Former members include Ben Griner, James Brangle and Andrew Lee.
Where did the name St. Paul and The Broken Bones come from?
St. Paul was chosen because the lead singers name is Paul, and it is an indication of his highly religious upbringing. The Broken Bones was chosen from their song "Broken Bones and Pocket Change."
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