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6’10 (Folk Punk, IL) Stream Latest EP “Where We Are”

Flatfoot 56 vocalist and guitarist Tobin Bawinkel and his side project 6’10 have just released an EP titled Where We Are. The effort features six tracks that are sure to appeal to those who like their acoustic jams steeped in tradition and Americana.

You can check out Where We Are below.

The previous release from 6’10 was the 2014 full-length album, The Humble Beginnings of a Rovin’ Soul. 

DS Photo Gallery: Sammy Kay in Chicago with Seth Anderson and 6’10 (Flatfoot 56)

New Jersey’s Sammy Kay, with support from Canada’s Seth Anderson; Chicago’s own 6’10, (as well as J.D. Wright),  recently headlined an all acoustic night at G-Man Tavern in the Wrigleyville neighborhood of Chicago. Saturday, February 23rd was a packed night for good shows across the Windy City but Kay kept the smaller but very enthusiastic crowd certain they made a great choice. He gave his fans and friends gathered there a loose and compelling performance, punctuating his set with a few references to a rough few years and how far he’s come back.

Kay kicked off the set with a cover of the classic Tommy James & The Shondells tune (and covered by pop singer Tiffany as well) “I Think We’re Alone Now.”  The rest of his set included “Wanderlust.” “Reservoir,” “Who Shot the Shot,” “Mary Swore To Me,” “Forever and a Day,” “Love Letters,” “Highs and Lows,” “Sweet Cecilia,” “Silver Dollar,” “Forgotten Ones,” “Saints and Sinners;” and “You Oughta Know.”

After the show, Kay described the tour to me: “the tour was nothing short of amazing. Every show was just killer. We got to play with so many talented folks, throughout the punk/folk/Americana scenes. It was nothing short of smiles every day, and laughs all night.”

Back to the event crowded Chicago evening: Kay himself acknowledged that cornucopia of punk rock choices as he half-joked during his set about checking his Twitter account for a response from Bob Mould. Mould was performing at Metro Chicago next door. Kay had, through social media, invited Mould to join him on a tune after Mould was done headlining at the larger venue. Alas, Sammy Kay broke the news that he “Never got to meet Bob Mould, but we’ll settle for Eddie “The Eagle” Belfour hangs in Dallas!”

Check out the full review and photos below.

Such Gold (melodic hardcore) announce European tour dates with 6 Foot 10 and Flatfoot 56

We already told you about New York melodic hardcore band Such Gold‘s U.S. tour dates this August, and there’s still more to come as the band has announced a round of European dates.  Such Gold will tour with Flatfoot 56 and folk/punk act 6 Foot 10 starting in November.  Check out all the dates below.

Such Gold most recently released The New Sidewalk last November through Razor & Tie Records.

Flatfoot 56 and 6’10 announce split 7″

Chicago Celtic punks Flatfoot 56 have announced they will be releasing a special split 7″ with frontman Tobin Bawinkel’s folk-punk side-project 6’10 this September. Each band will contribute 3 songs to the EP which will be their first collaborative release.

Check out the cover art for the split 7″ below, and stay tuned for more details.

Flatfoot’s latest album Toil was released in June of 2012 through Paper + Plastick Records, and 6’10 put out their debut full-length The Humble Beginnings of a Rovin’ Soul last December.

Music Video: 6’10 – “Backpack”

6’10, the folk punk side-project of Flatfoot 56 frontman Tobin Bawinkel have released a new video for their song “Backpack.”

Check it out below.

“Backpack” comes from the bands debut full length The Humble Beginnings Of A Rovin’ Soul, which was released in December, 2014.

DS Exclusive: An interview with Tobin Bawinkle of Flatfoot 56 and 6’10

When last we heard from Tobin Bawinkle, the Flatfoot 56 frontman was launching a Kickstarter campaign to help fund the debut full-length for his new project, 6’10.

Fast-forward a few months and the album, “The Humble Beginnings of a Roving Soul,” is not only complete, but due out in a couple weeks (December 9th, to be exact). For those outside “the know,” 6’10 is the Celtic-punk-rocker-by-day’s folk/bluegrass endeavor. We caught up with Bawinkle to discuss his new album, the motivation for starting a new, different-sounding project, and how he’s able to balance those gigs with regular jjobs in his home town of Chicago. Oh, and there’s a pretty cool gear discussion. Check it out below!

6’10 (Tobin from Flatfoot 56) launch Kickstarter to help finish production on full length album

6’10, the folk punk side-project of Flatfoot 56 frontman Tobin Bawinkel, have launched a Kickstarter to help finish the production of a full length album.

Check out all the info on the campaign over here.

6’10 released a pretty awesome EP called “The Humble Beginnings” on August 26th, 2013 and you can give it a listen / purchase it on bandcamp.

Video: 6’10 (Tobin from Flatfoot 56) plays two songs on Snaproll Sessions

Flatfoot 56 frontman Tobin Bawinkel recently appeared on Snaproll Sessions to play some songs by his new folk-punk side project 6’10.

You can check out video of the performance below.

6’10 released a pretty awesome EP called “The Humble Beginnings” on August 26th and you can give it a listen / purchase it on bandcamp.

Introducing New Folk Punk Act: 6’10 (Tobin from Flatfoot 56)

6’10 is the new folk punk side-project of Flatfoot 56 frontman Tobin Bawinkel, which also features ex-Flatfoot member Josh Robieson. They play music in the same vein as Frank Turner, Chuck Ragan, and Dave Hause. If that sounds good to you, you’re probably gonna want to head over here to give the band’s debut EP “The Humble Beginnings” a listen.