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The Dirty Guv'nahs w/Delta Saints 

When: Sat., Nov. 3, 9 p.m. 2012
Price: $8/adv, $10/door
A lot of people watch the CBS thriller Criminal Minds to get their murder-solving fix, but now folks have another reason to tune in. Dirty Guv'nahs singer James Trimble disclosed that their song "Honey You" will be featured on the Oct. 31 episode. This is not the first of their songs to be picked up by national television. "Baby, We Were Young" (off of their recent album Youth is in Our Blood) was just featured on the new ABC drama Nashville. It's a bouncy, idealistic tune that was written by Trimble after he spotted a stranger packing her car and wrote a song about what it would be like if they were to fall in love. The Dirty Guv'nahs are currently working on a new record, Somewhere Beneath These Southern Skies, which was completely funded by their fans through Kickstarter. In a matter of three short days, $20,000 was raised by their followers, and three months later they were back in the studio. As the Dirty Guv'nahs set out to promote the new record, they'll perform in Charleston, and then move to Lynyrd Skynyrd's Simple Man cruise. "We are always on tour, if I'm honest," Trimble says. "We never really take more than a week or two off." —Katie Kimsey


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