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Earl Greyhound, 2007 (L-R: Matt Whyte, Ricc Sheridan, Kamara Thomas).
|Origin||Brooklyn, New York, USA|
|Genres||Rock, blues rock, hard rock|
|Labels||Hawk Race Records (2010–present)
Some Records (2003–2006)
|Past members||Christopher Bear|
Earl Greyhound is an American rock trio from Brooklyn consisting of Matt Whyte (vocals, guitar), Kamara Thomas (bass, keyboards, vocals) and Ricc Sheridan (drums). Sheridan replaced original drummer Christopher Bear just after the band recorded its first full-length album. They were previously signed to Some Records but have since started their own label, Hawk Race Records. Their music is heavily influenced by blues rock and hard rock bands of both the 1990s and the 1970s, and the intertwined vocals of Whyte and Thomas are a key component of the band's sound. After an EP in 2004, the band's first full-length album, Soft Targets, was released in 2006, followed by Suspicious Package in 2010.
- Debut EP, Some Records (2004)
- Soft Targets, Some Records (2006)
- I'm On Jupiter Waving My Arms At You: Live At The Calhoun School, Hawk Race Records (2010)
- Suspicious Package, Hawk Race Records (2010)
- Ancient Futures EP, Hawk Race Records (2010)
- Besides Seasides EP, Hawk Race Records (2012)
- S.O.S. Director: Darren Ankenman (2006)
- Shotgun Director: Chell Stephen (2010)
- The premiere episode of the 2007 series, Bionic Woman, featured the song, "S.O.S".
- Their songs "All Better Now" and "S.O.S." were featured in four video games: Sony's MLB 07: The Show, EA Sports' Arena Football: Road to Glory, Madden NFL 08 and Burnout Dominator
- The song "Oye Vaya" is featured in the video games NHL 10, Need for Speed: Nitro and Shaun White Skateboarding and can be downloaded for Rock Band 2 through the Rock Band Network.
- The song "Sea of Japan" was featured in the season four finale of the television series Friday Night Lights.
- The video for "Shotgun" was included in the Beavis and Butt-head episode "Going Down".