JD & The Straight Shot

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JD & The Straight Shot
Origin New York, United States
Genres Jazz fusion, Blues, Americana, Classic rock
Years active 2005–present
Labels Indie
Website thestraightshotmusic.com
Members James Dolan
Bruce Koplow Marc Copely-Guitar

JD & The Straight Shot is an American band based in New York City that fuses blues with classic rock. The band's founder and frontman is James Dolan, head of several media and telecommunications organizations, such as Cablevision, the New York Knicks, and AMC Networks.

JD & The Straight Shot have toured alongside The Eagles, The Allman Brothers Band, and Robert Randolph. Members of the Straight Shot also tour with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Their song "Can't Make Tears" is the theme song for Cablevision-owned AMC's TV show Hell on Wheels. Their music has been featured in films as well, including Hurricane Season.

Releases[edit]

Can't Make Tears[edit]

Album released July 5, 2011, produced by Kevin Killen.

  1. "Little White Lies"
  2. "Can't Make Tears"
  3. "Don't Waste My Time"
  4. "Reunion"
  5. "Dirty Little Secret"
  6. "Try"
  7. "Fix The Knicks"
  8. "Ghost"
  9. "Ready To Go"
  10. "Sailor Song (For Bill)"

Daily News Blues[edit]

EP released June 1, 2010.

  1. "Daily News Blues"
  2. "Nobody's Got the Gun"
  3. "Rise With The Tide"
  4. "Smile"
  5. "My Last Chance"
  6. "Fall From Grace"

Right On Time[edit]

Album released June 24, 2008, produced by John Porter.

  1. "This Kind Of Life"
  2. "Long White Cadillac"
  3. "Leap Of Faith"
  4. "Double My Order"
  5. "Slow Motion In Reverse"
  6. "What Do We Do Now"
  7. "Lie No Better"
  8. "Train's A Comin'"
  9. "Gonna Kill That Dog"
  10. "I Just Gotta Be Me"
  11. "Tightrope"
  12. "Beyond The Horizon"

Nothing to Hide[edit]

Album released September 20, 2005, by Rhino Entertainment.

  1. "Ghost"
  2. "Slow Motion In Reverse"
  3. "Back Again"
  4. "There's Something Wrong"
  5. "Check It Out"
  6. "Transatlantic"
  7. "So Cold"
  8. "Wish I Had A Life"
  9. "Didn't Wanna Do It"
  10. "Gonna Kill That Dog"

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