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A Great Local Band that didn't quite make it...

I first saw this band play a picnic in Indianapolis, and soon thereafter was lucky enough to see their rise in Bloomington all the way to Sony Records. The original tape they were distributing had some great songs on it, like "Indiana," an anthem for anyone who has left the Midwest for the West Coast. Simple rock with some great hooks, it's a perfect choice for any 90's rock fan. For a good sample, check out "The Surface." And, if anyone has a copy of the music video - I'd love to see it again.

Those Videos are on You Tube

Check You Tube for the O.P. videos.... Old Pike was a great band..... Tim's new project is The Truth and Salvage Co. with a new album in the works.... and they are touring this fall '09 with The Black Crowes....


Formed: 1995 in Bloomington, IN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Old Pike were a five-man rock & roll band from Bloomington, IN, whose music was heavily influenced by Bruce Springsteen (most obviously apparent in frontman Tim Jones' phrasing and stage presence) and fellow Hoosier John Mellencamp. Anthem-like choruses, sentimental wordplay, murmuring organ, and a steady backbeat anchored Old Pike's somewhat alternative country take on rock music until they disbanded in the year 2000, after which point guitarist/songwriter Carl Broemel joined My Morning Jacket and...
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