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Limbeck's Patrick Carrie: "It's a Shame We Don't Get Together and Play More Often"

Alt-country rockers Limbeck may technically be a Southern California band, but the group has number of ties to Arizona. "Comin' From Tucson" is about a long drive home after playing a show at Club Congress almost a decade ago, the band is good friends with Reubens Accomplice, who just so happens to be joining Limbeck on this short tour, and bassist Justin Entsminger, who is on double duty in Limbeck and Source Victoria, lives in Phoenix.

This three date tour will be the first time Limbeck has performed in over four years. "We never really officially called it quits, or even said anything about a 'hiatus.' We just came to the point where we couldn't tour full-time anymore," says guitarist/vocalist Patrick Carrie, "the four of us haven't actually all been in the same room in a long time, so we'll see what happens!"

Find out more about the band's decision to tour, stories behind some of their classic songs, and how Limbeck will approach their live set after the jump.

See also:

Limbeck Takes Its Act Back on the Highway Reubens Accomplice Returns With Sons of Men (Download) Does Reubens Accomplice's I Blame the Scenery Hold Up More Than a Decade Later? Limbeck is "Not Bob Limbeck"

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Melissa Fossum
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