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SHARKS COME CRUISIN

Genre: Celtic/Irish, Folk, Punk

Website: http://www.sharkscomecruisin.com

Contact:
mark@sharkscomecruising.com
MP3 (click name to download; click player to stream):
Cape Cod Girls
 

Grog
 

MORE ABOUT SHARKS COME CRUISIN

Description
Inspired by Quint’s rendition of ‘Spanish Ladies’ in the film Jaws, Sharks Come Cruisin’ combines
traditional songs of sailing, whaling, drinking and sinking with drums, bass, fiddle, banjo, accordion,
guitar and lots of hollering

Releases
Four Years Before the Mast: March 2008
Live at Jakes: February 2006

Press
Sharks Come Cruisin’ is a raucous sea chantey band -Jim Vickers Motif Magazine
Sharks Come Cruisin' present the songs complete with cue cards for the crowd to join in the chorus.
While many compare SCC's sound to the Dropkick Murphys, they're closer to Great Big Sea in that
they're fairly true to the original songs, without trying to punk them up.—75 0r less records
Sharks Come Cruisin’ take traditional chanteys and amplify them by mixing their own influences like
Flogging Molly, The Pogues, and Against Me! -Marc Clarkin, Motif Magazine

Awards
Providence Phoenix: Best genre-defying band nominee 2007
Motif Magazine: Best live act, best album, best male vocalist nominee, 2007

Band
Jonathan Cannon, Fiddle, Paul Dube, Accordion, Seth Forden, Bass and Vocals, Mark Lambert, Guitar
and Vocals, Ed Wenzl, Drums, Erik Wohlgemuth, Banjo

Contact:
Web: www.sharkscomecruisin.com
Email: Mark@sharkscomecruising.com
High resolution photos available at www.sharkscomecruisin.com or on request