As business lead singer from the Legends of Rodeo, John Ralston present himself without money no agreement after label complications plagued the discharge of his band’s initial album, ONE THOUSAND Friday Evenings. The Florida indigenous suddenly got no public wall socket for his music, but an opportunity encounter with documenting engineer Michael Seaman cut back the good fortune that Ralston got recently lost within the label divide. The two strike it off instantly, and Seaman consequently invited Ralston to invest a while at his house in Knoxville, TN. Associated with previous bandmate and drummer Jeff Snow, Ralston journeyed to Tennessee, and in the period of weekly had documented what would become his debut recording, Needle Bed. Ralston released the recording himself; soon thereafter, he visited Chicago using the purpose of overdubbing many songs with Wilco’s Jay Bennett, who experienced become a lover of Ralston’s songwriting through the Legends of Rodeo times. Instead, Ralston finished up recording a completely new album, ALMOST ALWAYS THERE IS an Ambulance Round the Bend. Even though album had not been released, Apr 2006 noticed the re-release of Needle Bed on Vagrant Information, who had authorized Ralston with their roster the prior January. Ralston opt for more expansive strategy for his following record, having a support music group and layering upwards of 100 specific paths on each tune. The resulting record, Sorry Vampire, premiered in Oct 2007.