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Dan Cribb and Guy Sebastian “Put the Spring in Springfield” for The Worst Tribute Ever

Dan Cribb has recruited Australian singer-songwriter Guy Sebastian for the latest song in the ongoing tribute to The Simpsons. “We Put the Spring in Springfield” is the twenty-fifth song on The Worst Tribute Ever.

Guy Sebastian is a multi-time platinum soul singer, who’s rise to stardom began with winning the Australian Idol in 2003. This definitely adds some depth to both the quality of the song and the impressive guest list on the album. Other guests so far include Ball Park Music, The Beards, Luca Brasi, Tired Lion and more yet to be announced.

Stream the track below.



Dan Cribb features Emmy Hour and Mane on latest Simpsons cover

Dan Cribb recently passed the 20 track mark of covers honoring the Simpsons with recent releases featuring Emmy Hour of the Cutaways and Mane. With character theme songs being this month’s focus, Hour lent vocals for “Blessed Be the Guy That Bonds”, and Mane provided harmonies for “The Ballad of Jebediah Springfield”. You can check out the recently released tracks, along with the other 19 covers featured on “The Worst Tribute Ever”, below.

“I think Mane’s haunting and commanding voice might make “The Ballad Of Jebediah Springfield” one of ‘Worst Tribute Ever’s biggest songs yet,” Cribb said.

More tracks are still to come, including “Who Needs the Kwik-E-Mart” and “See My Vest”.



Dan Cribb streams new track “The Monorail Song” with Clowns’ bassist Hanny J

Singer-songwriter Dan Cribb is now streaming his newest single to add to the punk Simpsons album he has been adding to.

The last tracks Cribb released were “It Was a Very Good Beer” and “The Love Matic Grandpa” which features The Beards’ frontman Johann Beardraven and Taj Ralph resepctively on these new additions to the LP.

You can stream “The Monorail Song” below.



Dan Cribb streams tracks “It Was A Very Good Beer”, “The Love Matic Grandpa” off The Worst Tribute Ever LP

Singer-songwriter Dan Cribb is continuing on in his homage to The Simpsons with the LP The Worst Tribute Ever. 

“It Was A Very Good Beer” features The Beards frontman Johann Beardraven and “The Love Matic Grandpa” spotlights Taj Ralph on these new additions to the LP.

Stream it below!



Dan Cribb Streams Latest The Simpsons Cover “Canyonero”

Dan Cribb is allowing fans to stream his thirteenth The Simpsons cover, “Canyonero”. The track appears in the 15th episode of season nine, in the episode titled The Last Temptation Of Krust. It was originally sung by Hank Williams, Jr.

Cribb’s version features a cameo by Adelaide singer-songwriter Bec Stevens, as well as an old pal of Dan’s, Jackson Grealy. You can listen to “Canyonero” below.



Dan Cribb adds “The Amendment Song” to Simpsons Tribute Project, announces Simpsons Tribute Show

Dan Cribb teamed up with Benny Davis of Axis Of Awesome and Sydney comedian Will Erimya for the newest addition to Worst Tribute Ever, Dan’s ongoing tribute album to the Simpsons.

You can check out the “The Amendment Song” below.

Cribb has also announced he will be playing a show featuring these Simpsons covers in Brisbane on September 5th, at which he will be joined by some unannounced guest vocalists.  You can check out all the details for that show here.



Dan Cribb adds “Talkin’ Softball” to Simpsons tribute project

Dan Cribb teamed up with Mark Stewart for the newest edition to Worst Tribute Ever, Dan’s ongoing tribute album to the Simpsons. “Talkin’ Softball” is a parody of Terry Cashman’s “Talkin’ Baseball,” which was featured in the season three episode “Homer At The Bat.”

You can stream the whole album below and download it for FREE at bandcamp because there are still good things in the world.



Dan Cribb adds “Happy Birthday Lisa” to Simpsons tribute project

Dan Cribb teamed up with Ecca Vandal for the newest edition to Worst Tribute Ever, Dan’s ongoing tribute album to the Simpsons. “Happy Birthday Lisa” was written by Michael Jackson and aired on the episode “Stark Raving Dad” back in 1991. And I remember watching that episode the night it aired and sweet zombie Jesus now I feel old.

You can stream the album below and download it for FREE at bandcamp because there are still good things in the world.



Dan Cribb releases seventh song for Simpson’s tribute “The Garbage Man” featuring Jen Boyce

Australian pop-punk rocker Dan Cribb is currently streaming his new song “Garbage Man” (off of his Simpson’s cover album “Worst Tribute Ever”) featuring Ball Park bassist and vocalist Jen Boyce. You can listen to it below.

The album is a year long project, with a new track (featuring a new guest musician/vocalist) being released each month. “Worst Tribute Ever” is available for free download.



Dan Cribb streams “You’re Checking In” (featuring Jeremy Neale) off ongoing Simpsons tribute project

Queensland indie-pop rocker Jeremy Neale is the latest talent to contribute vocals to Dan Cribb‘s (former The Decline) year-long punk rock tribute to The Simpsons, joining the WA artist on a musical journey through the Betty Ford Center on “You’re Checking In”. Give it a listen below.

In ’97 when the Simpsons made their way to New York, Marge, Bart and Lisa went to see musical Kickin’ It, which featured the hit You’re Checkin’ In – an original number that won an Emmy award, among others.

Of the song, Cribb says:

“While You’re Checkin’ In’ isn’t too well known compared to some of The Simpsons’ other hits – all of which I will get to in this project – it has some insanely catchy melodies and lends itself perfectly to becoming a punk rock tune. The song has a pretty wide vocal range that Jeremy nailed. His voice is magic and he’s a super nice dude.”

You’re Checkin’ In is the sixth track on Worst Tribute Ever and sees Neale join the likes of Alex Lahey, Tyler Richardson (Luca Brasi), Jesse Coulter (Grenadier) and more who have also contributed to Cribb’s project.



DS Exclusive: Dan Cribb Premieres New Simpsons Cover Song “Oh Streetcar”

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know that Aussie, Dan Cribb is in the midst of a year-long tribute to The Simpsons, releasing a different cover song every month inspired by the iconic show. Well, it’s that time of the month again (can we say that?)! For his fifth release of the series, the punk from Perth has compiled seven songs from the classic season four episode Oh, Streetcar! into a whirlwind two minutes and he wanted to let our devoted readers get an exclusive first listen!
 
In the show we see Marge Simpson, Ned Flanders, Apu Nahasapeemapetilon and other Springfield regulars in a musical version of Tennessee Williams’ play A Streetcar Named Desire – the likes of which Cribb has reworked with fellow WA muso, Scott Connor who also plays lead guitar and sings in Dan Cribb & The Isolated. Enough with the pleasantries though, just stream it, below!



Dan Cribb (AUS) streams pop punk tribute to music of the Simpsons

“Worst Tribute Ever” is a year-long pop punk tribute to The Simpsons from Australian singer-songwriter Dan Cribb.

Cribb has released his third song in his quest to release one each month. He plans to be joined by a special guest vocalist on every song.

Stream the first three tracks below.



Dan Cribb streams second track from The Simpsons themed EP “Worst Tribute Ever”

Dan Cribb (former The Decline) has released the second in a series of The Simpsons themed covers from forthcoming EP “Worst Tribute Ever”. Joining last month’s “Flaming Moe”, is a pop-punk rendition of Troy McClure classic “Dr Zaius” featuring Grenadiers’s Jesse Coulter.

I’m just going to come out and say it, it’s fucking marvellous. Check out both tracks below.



Free music: Dan Cribb releases first song from Simpsons tribute album

Dan Cribb (Dan Cribb & The Isolated, former frontman of The Decline) is kicking off a new project for you fans of The Simpsons. He just released the first song in a monthly tribute series to the iconic animated show. Listen to and/or download “Flaming Moe’s” below.

As part of the eventual LP, Worst Tribute Ever, Cribb plans to release a new track each month for the next year, enlisting the help of a guest vocalist for each song. For this debut track, it was fellow Australian singer/songwriter Alex Lahey.

Other prominent artists are already lined up to contribute to punk rock versions of “Monorail,” “Who Needs The Kwik-E Mart,” and more. Each song will be released on Cribb’s Bandcamp page, which you can find right here.

Apparently he’s a big fan of TV comedies, as the latest music from his band, Dan Cribb & The Isolated includes a cover of “5,000 Candles In The Wind,” from Parks & Recreation band Mouse Rat (RIP Li’l Sebastian).



Derek Grant and Dan Cribb announce split 7-inch; stream new songs

Alkaline Trio‘s Derek Grant and The Isolated‘s Dan Cribb are teaming up together for an acoustic split 7-inch. The EP will feature three new songs by each artist, and will be available on December 11, 2015 through Pee Records. You can pre-order the release here.

The artists are each streaming a new song from the split. You can listen to “Love Because” and “This Is Closure” by Grant and Cribb, respectively, below