Imaginary Baseball League

5 09 2008

Imaginary Baseball League was a band from the Nashville/Murfreesboro, Tennessee area. They are no longer together, but their website still remains in tact and they’re now offering 3 studio albums and 1 B-Sides album for free download. I only had the chance to see them play live once when I lived in Nashville, but it was an incredible experience. It was around the time that Johnny Cash died, and instead of coming out rocking hard for their first song, they played a haunting cover version of “Folsom Prison Blues.”

The singer, Aaron Robinson, is now carrying on as a solo artist and recently released an album entitled “We Are Racing Ghosts.”

Here is some live video:

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