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Wrongful Suspicion – Lyric Video

08.03.2013 in LYRICS

When we were in London, we asked our good friend Jamie T to be our guest on this version of “Wrongful Suspicion”. It’s always fun being with Jamie, and playing music together– whenever we are lucky enough, and the planets decide to line up. iTunes//Amazon//Spotify

Ramblin’ Man – Lyric Video

04.03.2013 in LYRICS

This one here is another song we recorded by the late great Hank Williams Sr. –Tales of wanderer’s are a common theme in many songs written by Hank. This tune originally from 1951 is about a drifter- doomed to break a lovers heart. iTunes//Amazon//Spotify

My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It

26.02.2013 in LYRICS, VIDEO

This is a Hank Sr. song that we did. This video features my brothers in Rancid, Matt and Branden, along with good friends Jason Myers and Kevin Bivona.  iTunes//Amazon//Spotify

Alcohol – Lyric Video

15.02.2013 in LYRICS

G.B.H. are hands down, one of the greatest punk bands. I first saw them in 1983 at the On Broadway in San Francisco. My brother Lars Frederiksen was at that same show but I didn’t know him at the time. We recently toured with G.B.H.–…

I’m Movin’ On – Lyric Video

08.02.2013 in LYRICS

My dad grew up listening to Cowboy Songs on a farm in El Centro California, which is in the Imperial Valley. So, we listened to a lot of Country Western as well. I must have heard this song a million times growing up and always…

Honor Is All We Know

02.02.2013 in LYRICS

Written in the spirit of my work with Operation Ivy and the British Oi! band Cock Sparrer, I wrote this song during the financial bailout of Wall Street addressing the idea of hard times and importance of standing by your friends. I dug out my…

Ooh La La

06.11.2012 in LYRICS, VIDEO

iTunes//Amazon//Spotify Originally released in 1973, this song was written by Ronnie Lane and Ron Wood for the Faces’ third album, also called ‘Ooh La La.’ As soon as Travis Barker heard my demo for this song, he wanted to play on it, we recorded at…