Doop & The Inside Outlaws LP release party 11/6
DOOP & THE INSIDE OUTLAWS release vinyl version of "Everett Belcher"
Detroit's own Doop & The Inside Outlaws are gearing up to release their second album for the second time on vinyl.
After the album "Everett Belcher" garnered critical acclaim and airplay throughout the country,
Doop decided to re-release the album as a limited edition vinyl LP release for his hometown fans.
Doop & The Inside Outlaws will play the album in its entirety at their LP release party on
Saturday, November 6 at 9pm at the Park Bar.
Joining the Outlaws for this show are friends and fellow singer-songwriters Matt Dmits and Alison Lewis.
The decision to release a vinyl version of the album was due to his fans request and Doop's love of the format as he grew up in a house where records were the main source of music.
The vinyl was pressed locally at the longstanding Archer Records plant.
Doop & The Inside Outlaws hail from downriver Detroit enclave of River Rouge.
A firefighter by day and singer/songwriter by night, Don "Doop" Duprie and his band play a mix of outlaw country and rock n' roll that comes straight from the soul.
The band has steadily made a name for themselves here in the city and beyond.
Doop and the Inside Outlaws recorded the second album, "Everett Belcher," at Ghetto Recorders studio with engineer/producer Jim Diamond at the helm.
The album features many of city's hardest working musicians helping him out including:
Eddie Baranek, Bobby Emmett, Dave Shettler, Chris Codish, Whitey Morgan, Pete Ballard, Matt Dmits and Ty Stone.
Doop is dedicating the album "to all the hard-working people in this town that spent the better parts of their lives busting their asses only to see it all fall apart."
The Park Bar is located at 2040 Park Ave. in Detroit-(313) 962-2933 18 & over are welcome and cover for this show is $7.
The new limited edition of 200 vinyl LP will be available for purchase there for $20.
Attached: Photo of Doop taken by Peter Schorn