admirable, respectable and dignified, she is loved by many and cherished. It was a very demanding schedule, and it was a lot of work. Actor Aaron Tveit as Sam Kim on the TV Land sitcom, ‘’’Young Sheldon. Timed to the season finale on December 19th, the TV Land promo for the finale features a little easter egg about the show and its future.
The Get Up Kids frontman will also hit the road for the album's release, with live shows planned in the Los Angeles area, along with the Houston stop and a date in Phoenix.
“That’s what I do,” he explained. “I make records.”
A collection of largely acoustic songs from the acoustic studio sessions, the album features Robby Takac, Jim Becker, Ray McCartney, Jennifer Lee and Bob Becker.
“This album is my most personal album. It’s the record that I feel most at home with, the record that I feel proudest of. It’s also the record that I feel most vulnerable with. And it’s the record that I love best.”
“I love that we’ve all got these very different voices,” Robby added. “This is a record that is only our voices.”
The album is now available for pre-order, with “American Brothers” as its first single.
“I guess we felt like we’re not a band,” Robby said. “We’re just friends who play music.”
“There’s a great balance on this record,” Jennifer said. “It has a great mix of light and dark. There’s nothing like a bunch of guys singing in a room.”
In addition to the music, the album will also feature a bonus DVD including performance videos and the making of the album.
For one, the musical lineup is unparalleled. Just hours after news broke that Robby and guitarist Jennifer had left the band in late April, just before the release of the band's sixth album, "City of Quartz" — their first album without singer/songwriter/producer/guitarist Kurt Vile — Vile himself weighed in on the split.