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Cash Savage and the Last Drinks

by Tim Cashmere on July 26, 2012

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A little bit blues, a little bit country, a little bit rock ‘n’ roll. Whatever you want to call it, Cash Savage and the Last Drinks have gone from good to great, as anyone who has seen them recently will testify.

It has been a while since The Last Drinks released their latest record Wolf, but when we got the chance to have a chat with the band and record a few songs in a stripped back version, naturally we jumped at it.

Check it out as Cash Savage and Last Drinks members Kat Mear and Joe White have a chat to Noise11’s Tim Cashmere about what they have been up to and what’s coming next.

Also don’t forget to watch Cash, Kat and Joe performing for Noise11’s Old Bar Sessions. Check it out by clicking here.

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