Full disclosure: One of the members of Watershed is a friend and colleague at CCU.
But today is The Fifth of July, so I can’t resist.
The Fifth of July isn’t the band’s latest recording — that would be Brick and Mortar from 2012, available below — but this 2005 album is full of great summertime rock-and-roll.
And here’s the Brick and Mortar widget:
That friend and colleague I mentioned earlier? He wrote a book about the Watershed experience. Take a look at Hitless Wonder: A Life in Minor League Rock and Roll by Joe Oestreich, in paperback or for Kindle.
But don’t misunderstand: Watershed deserves some hits.