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  • Out of the Bunker

    Steve and John

    And that's it. The first Dream Syndicate album in almost 30 years is finished, the last mix being wrapped up by the amazing John Agnello around midnight on Friday at Water Music in Hoboken, NJ.

    Dennis, Mark, Jason, and I are so excited. It's mind-blowingly good and we can't wait to get it out there. The last step that remains is finding the right record label to get it into your hands. Hopefully, that will happen quickly and we can get out there and start doing some shows for this killer record.

    posted: 2016-08-29

  • The National Anthem

    The Baseball Project sings the National Anthem at the Brewers
    posted: 2016-07-28

  • The Grapefruit League Tour

    The Grapefruit League Tour

    Anybody else going to be in Florida in March?

    Come on down and take some batting practice with us. But don't sprain an oblique.




    posted: 2016-02-27

  • The Baseball Project will rock you out to the ballgame in Florida

    Combining their duel passions of baseball and music, the members of the indie-rock super-group the Baseball Project have released three albums of original songs related to America's pastime. Sample tracks include Sometimes I Dream of Willie Mays, Buckner's Bolero and The Ballad of Mike Kekich and Fritz Peterson. A side project comprising Steve Wynn, Scott McCaughey, Linda Pitmon and formermore
    posted: 2016-03-03
  • Dream Syndicate’s Steve Wynn makes good in Norway

    You’ve been spending a lot of time in Oslo. How did you get associated with “Dag”? “Dag” is a dark comedy about a misanthropic couples counselor who is well-curated in impeccable music taste. And the one piece of art on his wall is a cover of “Days of Wine and Roses” by The Dream Syndicate. So it seemed like amore
    posted: 2016-02-11
  • A Chat with the Dream Syndicate

    Young bands on their way up in a local music scene can have a kind of ego and brash self-assuredness that in the right group and in the right hands can be very appealing and a lot of fun to watch on stage.It helps when they can back it up by making great music.The Dream Syndicate had just formed asmore
    posted: 2014-02-26
  • Steve Wynn Shares His Musical Memories

    Steve Wynn has been a busy guy of late. Not only has he revived Paisley Underground legends the Dream Syndicate, he's doing double duty taking the field in the all-star unit known as the Baseball Project. When we had Wynn on the phone recently to talk about the Dream Syndicate jamming with Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones as well asmore
    posted: 2014-04-10
  • Reunited Dream Syndicate to Strange Matter

    Richmond is like a second home to Steve Wynn. “I’ve always felt a real connection to the place,” says the guitarist and songwriter based in New York City’s Queens borough.Not only did Wynn’s influential ’80s band, the Dream Syndicate, perform often in area venues like Twisters and Flood Zone back in the day, he’s got a lot of friends here.more
    posted: 2015-12-01