Twinemen

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Twinemen
Origin Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
Genres Acid rock, alternative rock, indie rock, jazz rock
Years active 2001–present
Labels Hi-n-Dry, Kufala Recordings
Associated acts Morphine, Face to Face
Members Laurie Sargent
Dana Colley
Billy Conway

Twinemen is an alternative rock band based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA created by former members of the bands Morphine and Face to Face. The group includes Dana Colley (saxophone / vocals), Billy Conway (percussion / vocals / sometimes acoustic guitar), and Laurie Sargent (lead singer / lead guitar). Various bass players, including former Face to Face guitarist Stuart Kimball, also perform with the band on the road and in the studio. Twinemen's music includes a mix of jazz, blues, acid rock, and lounge.

Twinemen chose their name as an homage to Morphine's late leader Mark Sandman and his The Twinemen comic series. The Twinemen depicted three anthropomorphic balls of twine who play together in a band. Twinemen currently records in their Cambridge-based Hi-n-Dry Studios.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  1. Twinemen (July 9, 2002)
  2. Sideshow (September 21, 2004)
  3. Twinetime (August 21, 2007)

Live albums[edit]

All live albums released through the Kufala Recordings label.

  • Madison, WI 02/01/2003
  • Chicago, IL 02/02/2003
  • Cambridge, MA 10/23/2003
  • Denver, CO 09/25/2003
  • San Francisco, CA 10/01/2003
  • Los Angeles, CA 10/02/2003

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