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Quad-Cities Band Einstein’s Sister Has Song Featured On Hulu’s ‘Pam And Tommy’

February 6th, 2022
Quad-Cities Band Einstein's Sister Has Song Featured On Hulu's 'Pam And Tommy'

Local band Einstein’s Sister will have one of their songs, “Together We’re Alone,” used as part of the soundtrack to Hulu’s new series on the infamous Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson relationship! Guitarist/singer/songwriter Kerry Tucker announced on the Einstein’s Sister Facebook page this weekend, “We just found out that an upcoming episode of the Hulu series “Pam & Tommy” will be using “Together We’re Alone” from our ‘Learning Curves’ album. Just so we are clear, they will use our version and will not have... Read More

QC Scene Is On The Scene At CoOp Records For Einstein’s Sister’s Record Release Days

September 27th, 2020
QC Scene Is On The Scene At CoOp Records For Einstein's Sister's Record Release Days

QC Scene was on the scene yesterday for Record Store Day at Moline’s CoOp Records, to celebrate the release of Einstein’s Sister’s first record in almost two decades. Given that we’re living in the time of covid, and social distancing, the pictures of crowds weren’t anywhere near as packed as they were for Einstein’s last record release, three years ago, performing to celebrate the reissue of their excellent album “Learning Curves” on vinyl. So, we’ve decided to give you two pictorials — one from yesterday’s record release, and one... Read More


September 25th, 2020

Throughout this week, we’ve been featuring stories on Quad-Cities band Einstein’s Sister, which is releasing its first record in almost two decades this weekend, during Record Store Day at CoOp Records in Moline. The band – Kerry Tucker, Bill Douglas, Marty Reyhons, Steven Volk, and Andy Brock – is releasing a double-A side single, “Standing Still” and “Begin Again,” on transparent blue vinyl. But that’s one of the only ways in which the band has been completely transparent. Throughout this week, I’ve been scanning the archives and corners of the internet for information on... Read More

A Review Of Einstein’s Sister’s ‘Humble Creatures’

September 23rd, 2020
A Review Of Einstein's Sister's 'Humble Creatures'

Local band Einstein’s Sister will be in the spotlight with various stories every day throughout this week, leading up to the release of the band’s first single in almost two decades this Saturday, during Record Store Day, at Moline CoOp Records. The following story is from my blog, What The &^^%%& Is Sean Leary Thinking?, from Oct. 18, 2000. It’s a review of the band’s album, “Humble Creatures,” their last full album of new original material. The album is still available for sale on all online streaming formats, and can be found on our Spotlight page... Read More