Monthly Archive: May 2012

YOU HEAR THIS interview with LEE BAINS III & The GLORY FIRES

Interview: Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires by KA Webb Birmingham-based band Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires are on the road with their first record, There is a Bomb in Gilead. They play loud and fast, and they do it well. Listen to the record, and you’ll get the sense that these […]

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DUSTED MAGAZINE review of LEE BAINS III & The GLORY FIRES

DUSTED MAGAZINE REVIEW HERE Lee Bains III was a late addition to The Dexateens, joining the punk-spliced-to-Muscle Shoals outfit’s three-guitar attack in 2008, in time for the band’s final album Singlewide. The Dexateens, along with The Quadrajets (and later, The Immortal Lee County Killers), defined a certain kind of southern garage punk in the early […]

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JAMBANDS review of LEE BAINS III & The GLORY FIRES “There Is A Bomb In Gilead”

JAMBANDS REVIEW HERE Published: 2012/05/15 by Brian Robbins The last time I wrote about Lee Bains III was almost three years ago to the day. The occasion was a review of Singlewide by the Dexateens, a great-but-gone band that Bains played guitar in. I concluded that review with the following: “The Dexateens have made the […]

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