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John Ralston (musician)

Years active  2005–present
Role  Singer · john-ralston.com
Name  John Ralston

Website  Official website
Past members  Dustin Dobernig
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Origin  Lake Worth, Florida, U.S.
Albums  Needle Bed, Sorry Vampire, Shadows of the Summertime, White Spiders, When We Are Cats
Genres  Indie rock, Acoustic music
Record labels  Vagrant Records, 24 Hour Service Station
Similar People  Washington Social Club, Kites With Lights, Ferraby Lionheart, John Lefler, The Beauvilles
Profiles
Myspace

Associated acts  Dashboard Confessional

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John Ralston is an American acoustic/electric guitarist singer and songwriter. He is originally from Lake Worth, Florida, and is a member of the band Legends of Rodeo (formerly called Recess Theory), which is currently on an indefinite hiatus. He has released two full-length albums, two EPs, and just released his third solo record, Shadows of the Summertime. A 7"single of "Jesus Christ b/w A Marigny Christmas" was released in early 2011.

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Discography

  • Needle Bed (Vagrant Records, 2006)
  • Sorry Vampire (Vagrant Records, 2007)
  • Shadows of the Summertime (Self Released, 2011)
  • EPs

  • When We Are Cats (Self Released, 2005)
  • Box of Chocolates (Vagrant Records, 2006)
  • Fragile (Vagrant Records, 2007)
  • White Spiders (Self Released, 2008)
  • Jesus Christ (24 Hour Service Station, 2011)
  • Wildlands (Self Released, 2011)
  • Verbal Tan (Self Released, 2017)
  • Production Credits

  • "Something More" by Matt Minchew (2011)
  • "The Sun Clouded Over" by Keith Michaud (2008)
  • Non-album tracks

  • "Everything to Be Afraid Of" - played live
  • "Blacklisted (Demo)" - released on his MySpace page, no longer available
  • "Rivermountainview" - released on his Myspace
  • "Sea Garden Blue" - released on Fresh Ink sampler
  • Films

    The song "Gone, Gone, Gone" is featured in the 2008 indie film The Other Side of the Tracks.

    References

    John Ralston (musician) Wikipedia


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