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2023 Reunion Show – January 12!

Brad Thompson & His Undulating Band Reunion Show featuring Rich Stitzel (drums), Aden Bubeck (bass), Paul Metzger (guitar), & Justin Pate (keys).

$10 cover. There are no presale tickets this time, but reservations can be made through Open Table (highly recommended). Venue seating capacity is just around 100 people. 

This will be a very intimate show, and the setting at The Bartonville Store is fantastic – very laid back and personal. Plus the food there is exceptional (especially if you’re a carnivore). 

If you live near or around Argyle, Flower Mound, Highland Village, Denton, Lewisville, Lantana, Copper Canyon, Coppell or Grapevine then you’re not far at all. Just 30 min from Fort Worth too. 

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A Moment (BT Original)

A Moment (Brad Thompson)

The title track from my new album, A Moment. Available on Mesquite Street Records, Arlington, TX. It’s a song about my dad.

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Recorded and mixed by Tanner Landry at Fort Worth Sound Studio B, Fort Worth, TX
Mastered by Chris Raspante, Arlington, TX

Drums: Rich Stitzel
Bass: Aden Bubeck
Keys: Jay Brown
Guitar: Kevin Grove
Vocals: Elizabeth Wills

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Lyrics
Sound of something woke me this morning, just before the dawn
Poured myself a cup of coffee and put my old blue jeans on
Sounded like an old bluegrass band, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs
And there sat my old guitar, a 1960’s Gibson Dove.

In this room we always played, I’d love to live days again
On and on every Saturday night, seemed like it would never end

How’d we get from there to here, how did we stay alive?
Keeping all our love around or keeping it inside?
How’d we find the words to say, how did we ever know
That a moment could last forever or it could just up and go.

April it came without warning in the spring of ‘69
Blue-eyed boy, a bundle of joy gonna carry the family line
Won’t be headed off to war, the college plans fell through
Six days on an assembly line seemed like the honest thing to do.

How’d we get from there to here, how did we stay alive?
Keeping all our love around or keeping it inside?
How’d we find the words to say, how did we ever know
That a moment could last forever or it could just up and go.

How about the time I met your mom, took her months for her to go
Still the same all our love remains, it’s her you favor most
Been 40 years since my daddy died, seems like he still ain’t gone
Smell a pipe and a Zippo lighter it’s like he’s right here at home

Mama said he’s the only one, somehow she always knew
Heart of gold and an immeasurable soul still had to leave him a time or two.

Now these hands that paved my way have betrayed me over time
Parkinson’s the name they gave it, can’t even hold a fishing line
Think I’ll head down to the café diner find a jukebox and play a tune
Love to hear the sound of Flatt and Scruggs playing “Good Ol’ Mountain Dew”

How’d we get from there to here, how did we stay alive?
Keeping all our love around or keeping it inside?
How’d we find the words to say, how did we ever know
That a moment could last forever or it could just up and go.

Radiate (Jack Johnson cover)

Radiate by Jack Johnson

Our cover of Radiate by the very fantastic Jack Johnson from his 2013 album From Here To Now To You. We’ve been cranking out homemade videos for the past year while cooped up in our houses not being able to play for you. We miss being out there so much. So in the meantime this is our gift to you! Not sure if you can tell, but I shaved my face in stages over the course of the first verse and intro. Thought it would be funny 🙂

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Fearless (Pink Floyd cover)

Brad Thompson - Fearless (Pink Floyd cover)

A deep cut from Pink Floyd’s 1971 album Meddle. I shot all my footage at 2X speed then slowed it back down to give the effect of slo-mo while still singing and playing in time – what a cool trick! I also tuned my guitars to an open G chord. Apparently that’s what Roger Waters did after Syd Barrett showed him. Sounds pretty good!

Big thanks to C Todd Kirk for recommending this song to us!

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