Cold Beer & Broads Premieres New Song

Cold Beer & Broads is a collective of musicians who have rubbed elbows with legends and had a hand in critically acclaimed projects. Now the group offers up the surfy track “Summer Girl” from their forthcoming EP Six Pack.

Before coming together as CB&B, the group’s members had worked with a litany of legendary acts and artists including Suge Knight (Death Row Records), Fred Schneider (the B-52’s) and Micky Dolenz (The Monkees).

Born from optimistic attitudes, star-studded backgrounds in the music industry, and penchants for life’s finer things (including cold beer and broads), the NYC-based collective of seasoned musicians became Cold Beer & Broads officially in 2011 with the release of a country-rock Christmas tune, “Get Me Home By Christmas Eve,” which received national and international airplay throughout the holiday seasons of 2012 and 2013. Now the group is gearing up for the release of Six Pack, out later this year.

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