Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost Releases Video for New Song: See It Before It Self-Destructs


Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost
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Last week Left South Pictures released a new music video for the song "Dana Dew" by Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost. The song is the first single from the group's upcoming EP on Left South Records. The video is only available for a limited time only; we're told it will be pulled from the internet at 11:59 p.m. tomorrow, so check it out while you can!

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Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost was a nominee in the category of Americana in last year's RFT Music Awards. The group was also profiled in a feature by Josh Levi last summer. In that feature, Levi had this to say about the group's inimitable frontman:

Bob Reuter is a living legend. With a music career that spans nearly five decades, he's found a renewal of rock & roll energy in Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost. He writes unapologetic songs incorporating folk and garage rock, defined by an unmatched grit and fire in the belly. His creative endeavors run the gamut: radio DJ, photographer, writer, storyteller and, most of all, rock & roller.

Check out the video below, and remember that it will soon self destruct. Directed by Wolfgang Lehmkuhl, produced by Jon Feraro and photographed by Michael Lowhorn.

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