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In 2012, Brian Lisik's third solo album, The Mess That Money Could Buy was released by Cherokee Queen Records, with Lisik kicking off a Midwest and East Coast tour in support of the album.

Plans are also in the works for the 2013 release of a career-spanning Lisik documentary film entitled On the Wrong Side Of The Canal

Lisik's debut solo album, Baggage, was released on Cherokee Queen Records in 2004. The album was produced and engineered by Eddie Tomecko (Bone Thugs-n-Harmony; Don Dixon) and Bernie Grundman alumnus Erik Wolf (Delbert McClinton; John Prine; En Vogue). 

Throughout 2004 and 2005 Lisik and his band toured behind Baggage, sharing stages with acts such as Jesse Malin, Tim Easton, and Byrds co-founder Roger McGuinn. In 2005, Lisik had a cameo role in the film Circle Track Summer, from Fools Gold Entertainment, and began work on the follow-up to Baggage

Produced by Todd Tobias (Guided by Voices; Clouds Forming Crowns; Robert Pollard; The Celebrity Pilots),Happiness Is Boring was released by Cherokee Queen in 2006. 

The Cleveland Scene said of Happiness, "Lisik taps the same ragged roots-rock vein as the Replacements and Old '97s, cooking Stones-style country-blues and jingle-jangle twang into a variety of enticing recipes." 


 

 

 

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