GREEN LEAF RUSTLERS Release Cover Of THE ROLLING STONES "NO EXPECTATIONS"
GREEN LEAF RUSTLERS Release Cover Of THE ROLLING STONES "NO EXPECTATIONS" The 2nd Single Off Forthcoming Debut Album, FROM WITHIN MARIN
Cosmic California Country Quintet Featuring CHRIS ROBINSON, BARRY SLESS, GREG LOIACONO, PETE SEARS & JOHN MOLO
Green Leaf Rustlers have released a cover of The Rolling Stones' "No Expectations" Premiered today by Ultimate Classic Rock and available at all DSPs, it's the second single off their forthcoming debut album, a double-LP live set entitled From Within Marin, due March 6. The collection was recorded by legendary Grateful Dead archivist Betty Cantor Jackson at a handful of 2019 shows in Marin County, California.
Comprised by Chris Robinson, Barry Sless, Greg Loiacono, Pete Sears and John Molo, Green Leaf Rustlers are a staple of the live music scene in and around Marin for their re-imagining of country rock gems by artists like Gram Parsons, Waylon Jennings, The Byrds and more. The band seldom performs outside of North California.
"Green Leaf Rustlers are a Marin County hippie hayride," says Robinson. "Rockin' and rollin' through our favorite classic cosmic country covers and keeping the good people dancing the night away under star-filled western skies."
Indeed, Robinson and company work their way through a set of exhilarating performances, including album opener "Big Mouth Blues," originally by Gram Parsons, an extended take on Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues," the full-tilt choogle of JJ Cale's "Ride Me High" and the album's first single, the American music staple "That's Alright Mama" originally by bluesman Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup.
Green Leaf Rustlers' 'From Within Marin' will be released March 6 on double vinyl with gorgeous gatefold packaging, as well as, digital formats.