If I Lived Here is the preview track off the album by ‘Chainsaw Sprocket Knucklehead and Tank’. The band is a Bluesy, Country Rock Biker concept led by Australian Pete ‘Rattlebone’ Tindal. Pete is better known from his Rock ‘n’ Roll days in Melbourne touring with the hit band ‘The Cherokees’.
In it’s infancy ‘Chainsaw Sprocket Knucklehead and Tank’ was immediately signed to Warner Chappell Music. It’s album ‘Black Denim Trousers’ sold continuously since it’s release in 1986. The album is finished and the preview single If I Lived Here is receiving airplay in USA, Australia and EU. Make sure you ask to see the tightest Country Rock Blues band in the EU.
If I Lived Here – Preview Single
Appearing at a Biker venue, Clubhouse or Festival near YOU! Hotdisc 4 May 2014 Chart. Check out the latest venture – about to appear on a TV screen near you!
Warner Chappell Music: Warner / Chappell was formed in 1987 in San Antonio, Texas, when Warner Bros. Music Chairman Chuck Kaye led the company to purchase Chappell & Co. from PolyGram. It was ranked in 2010 by Music & Copyright as the world’s third-largest music publisher with a catalog of more than one million songs and a roster of more than 65,000 songwriters.
Among the songs in the company’s library are “Winter Wonderland” and formerly “Happy Birthday to You” until the copyright of the song was invalidated in 2015 and put in the public domain the next year.
On February 27, 2015, Warner / Chappell made headlines in Australia where it had a YouTube video from Mike Baird, the Premier of New South Wales, removed because it contained two songs in the background (“Everybody Hurts” by R.E.M. and “Shake It Off” by Taylor Swift) for which Premier Baird had not obtained the license from Warner / Chappell Music. (Wikipedia).