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New Releases to Come!

We will soon be releasing a couple of new discs by Mary and the Giant, Driving Wheel, and The Many Colored Death.  We are also excited to welcome Black Bear to the Home Tone family.  Also three of our artists were recently featured on a compilation disc put together in...Check it out...

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Don't Mind Dying

Columbia-based Don't Mind Dying is a five-piece band that delivers a wallop of heavy blues and rock to move your soul.

The Many Colored Death

With influences ranging from Sabbath and King's X to Muse and RATM, they've forged a sound uniquely theirs, while not wholly unfamiliar.

Hilary Scott and Wes Wingate

Harmony-driven male/female duets, raw emotional performances appealing to fans of Americana, Country, Folk/Rock and Alternative Folk.

Kevin Hambrick

Kevin Hambrick makes the kind of wholly original yet instantly recognizable music that, once allowed into your ears, sinks its hooks deep into your brain and refuses to let go.

The Hipnecks

Their sound has been called a “jambalaya” by press and “country fried jam” by fans alike.

Jenny Teator and The Fevers

Jenny Teator and The Fevers are an aggressive pop rock band with and affinity for groove. The Fevers delivery a sexy, sultry sound with a twist of multiple pleasurable grooves to get you dancing.

Tom Sauk

Between abstract wood carving and their passion for slam poetry, they write songs and travel the globe searching for adventure and freelance music playing.

Patrick Stout

Hailing from Columbia, MO, Patrick blends a mixture of folk, Americana, and roots music. Home Tone is very excited to be adding him to the roster.

Chris Graham

The leader of the Chris Graham Group hails from Columbia, Missouri and currently lives in Chicago, Illinois. Chris’ instruments of choice are the vibraphone, MalletKAT pro 6.1, marimba and steel drums.


Although influences are not hidden by the group, Stingrays remain a project in carving out a style they can call their own, with pop-sensible melodies and classic guitar work riding over imaginative drumming.

The Late Night Benedictions

Think Flying Burrito Brothers, fronted by Sam Cooke. Wouldn’t that be amazing? Well, that’s not quite what they sound like so far, but if someone wants to make the comparison, they won’t complain.

Black Daniels and the Bears

Black Bear resides in the town of Kirksville, MO. Each of the guys brings different tastes to the table. Blues, jazz, country, soul — whatever the genre, you’re sure to find it with Black Bear.

The Bye Byes

The Byes Byes hail from Philadelphia, PA. They evoke equal shades of Squeeze as much as The Kinks. The Bye Byes sing pop songs about things that don’t get sung about enough, like doing the laundry or spying on your neighbors.

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Million Dollar Bash – Home Tone Compilation – Missouri Salutes Bob Dylan

You can currently purchase this album by clicking HERE.

This is was the first compilation disc by Home Tone Records and was also the first release by the label.

Missouri Salutes Bob Dylan – ‘Million Dollar Bash’ - August 2006

Everything Is Broken
Nashville Skyline Rag
Absolutely Sweet Maine
Mr. Tambourine Man
Make You Feel My Love
Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright
License To Kill
One Too Many Mornings
Most of the Time
You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go
I Want You
Love Minus Zero/No Limit
Yea! Heavy and a Bottle of Bread
Shooting Star
Gotta Serve Somebody
Is Your Love in Vain?
Like a Rolling Stone
Lay Down Your Weary Tune
All the Tired Horses
The Mighty Quinn
Subterranean Homesick Blues
The Last Thoughts On Woody Guthrie
From a Buick Stick
Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You
Ballad of Hollis Brown
Political World
I Shall Be Released
Buckets of Rain
Simple Twist of Fate
Tomorrow Is a Long Time
You’re a Big Girl Now
It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
George Jackson
Down in the Flood
I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
If You Gotta Go, Go Now
The Times They Are a Changin’