Prabir and The Substitutes
|Prabir and The Substitutes|
|Origin||Richmond, Virginia, United States|
|Years active||2005 – 2009|
Prabir and The Substitutes is a pop-rock band from Richmond, Virginia. The band has released multiple recordings while touring alongside Dr. Dog, The Silver Beats, The Parties, and The Old Ceremony. Although still an independent band, the Substitutes have received accolades from such national publications as the All Music Guide, Paste, and the A.V. Club. Additionally, Prabir and The Substitutes won the Wammie Award for 2008 New Artist of the Year.
- Prabir Mehta - Guitar, vocals
- Chris Smith - Guitar, vocals
- Charlie Glenn - Organ, vocals
- Robbie King - Bass, vocals
- Tyler Williams - Drums, vocals
- Shawn Lynch - Drums, vocals
- Adam Thompson - Bass, vocals
- Adam Palamore - Drums
Prabir and The Substitutes formed at the end of 2005, following the demise of Prabir Mehta's former group, The Rachel Nevadas. At the time of its inception, the band consisted of Mehta, guitarist Chris Smith, bassist Adam Thompson, and drummer Adam Palamore. Shawn Lynch soon replaced Palamore on drums, while Charlie Glenn joined in early 2007 as the group's organist. Later that year, bassist Robbie King and drummer Tyler Williams stepped in to solidify the Substitutes' current lineup.
The band announced it would play its last show at Gallery 5 in Richmond, VA on December 12, 2009.
- EP (Pop Faction, 2006; reissued by Stereo Couture, 2011)
- Annabelle I'm Coming Home Tonight (Pop Faction, 2007; reissued by Stereo Couture, 2011)
- Share (Stereo Couture, 2007)
- 5 Little Pieces (Stereo Couture, 2008)
- Hello (Stereo Couture, 2009)
- Share review AllMusic.com (21 December 2007). Retrieved on 2008-07-10.
- Band of the Week PasteMagazine.com (27 July 2008). Retrieved on 2008-07-31.
- 2008 Washington (DC) Area Music Awards wamadc.com (15 Feb 2009) Retrieved on 2008-07-31.
- Live DC: Silver Beats / Prabir & The Substitutes @ 930 Club BrightestYoungThings.com (14 Jan 2008). Retrieved on 2009-12-14.
- Ghost Of Pop 5: Prabir & The Substitutes' last show rvamag.com (11 Dec 2009). Retrieved on 2009-12-14.