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The Dr. Leaf Show - Carbon Leaf - Netflix
Carbon Leaf is a quintet from Richmond, Virginia, United States, known for their alt-country, Celtic, and folk-infused Indie Rock. Though some of the band members have changed through the years, Carbon Leaf has been consistently creating and performing music since the early 1990s.
The Dr. Leaf Show - 2004–2010: The Vanguard Records years - Netflix
In Spring 2004, Carbon Leaf signed with Vanguard Records, part of the Welk Music Group and in July of that year released their album, Indian Summer. “Life Less Ordinary” rose to number 5 on the Adult Album Alternative charts and 29 on the Hot AC Charts. Carbon Leaf performed “Life Less Ordinary” on the November 30, 2004 episode of The Dr. Phil Show. “What About Everything?” rose to 25 on the AAA charts. Indian Summer has been ranked in the top 10 by KMTT in Seattle, and number 40 out of the Top 50 Albums of 2004 by WXPN in Philadelphia. The album was produced by John Morand and David Lowery. The video for “Life Less Ordinary” debuted on January 5, 2005. In June 2006, an interview with Carbon Leaf guitarist Terry Clark was chosen as the cover feature for the inaugural issue of The Green Room magazine. On September 12, 2006, the band released Love, Loss, Hope, Repeat. According to their blog, it was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, and mixed in collaboration with producer Peter Collins and Trina Shoemaker. The title track was featured in the October 30, 2006, episode of ABC's What About Brian. Tom McCormack began touring with Carbon Leaf, playing keys and accordion. The video for Learn to Fly featured Katy Perry. Carbon Leaf played at Sudflood 2007, and dedicated their performance to the memory of the lives lost in the Virginia Tech shootings. All proceeds went towards the memorial fund for the victims and their families. In August 2007, Scott Milstead was replaced by Jason Neal on drums. In August 2008, Jordan Medas left the band to pursue a teaching career. He was replaced in October 2008 by Jon Markel. The band released their seventh studio album, Nothing Rhymes with Woman, on May 19, 2009. On June 30, 2009, Carbon Leaf was the featured band at Red Rocks' Film On The Rocks. The producers of Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey! were using an acoustic version of “Life Less Ordinary” as a placeholder in the film. The request to license it snowballed into wanting to license additional songs and ultimately a request that Carbon Leaf do the majority of the soundtrack. Carbon Leaf contributed several songs to the soundtrack for the animated film, including versions of “Life Less Ordinary” and “Let Your Troubles Roll By” with new lyrics and “The Friendship Song”. The soundtrack, and the direct-to-DVD movie, was released on March 2, 2010. Carbon Leaf has played with many acts, including Dave Matthews Band, Something Corporate, O.A.R., and David Gray, and have toured with Jason Mraz, Blues Traveler, Great Big Sea, Jump, Little Children, Matt Nathanson, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, The Avett Brothers, Guster, and Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers. In January 2006, Carbon Leaf was one of the bands to join Sister Hazel's floating Music festival The Rock Boat. They have also performed on The Rock Boat 2007, Ships & Dip hosted by The Barenaked Ladies in 2008, The Rock Boat in 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013.
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