ESPN Music: The Sheepdogs

Matchbox Twenty on college basketball

December, 7, 2012
Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN’s College Basketball Programming, links to the artist’s websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

Music on College Basketball

Matchbox Twenty
"Put Your Hands Up" from the "North” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Icona Pop
"Nights Like This" not available for sale.

Royal Concept
"D D Dance" from the "The Royal Concept” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Martin Solveig
"Can’t Stop" from the "Smash” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Wiz Khalifa
"Work Hard Play Hard" from the "Work Hard Play Hard” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Big and Rich
"Get Your Game On" from the "Hillbilly Jedi” album (iTunes | Amazon)

The Sheepdogs
"Feeling Good" from the "The Sheepdogs” album (iTunes | Amazon)

The Sheepdogs
"The Way It Is” from the "The Sheepdogs” album (iTunes | Amazon)

"You’re Gonna Love This" from the "You’re Gonna Love This” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Icona Pop
"Ready for the Weekend" from the "Iconic” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Sean Paul
"Hold On" from the "Tomahawk Technique” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Sean Paul
"Touch the Sky" from the "Tomahawk Technique” album (iTunes | Amazon)

A Rocket to the Moon
"Going Out" from the "That Old Feeling” album (iTunes | Amazon)

"My City" from the "C.U.L.T. Too Young To Die” album (iTunes | Amazon)

"Go Get It" from the "Go Get It” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Martin Solveig
"We Came to Smash" from the "Smash” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Gym Class Heroes
"The Fighter" from the "The Papercut Chronicles II” album (iTunes | Amazon)

Sheepdogs set for major label self-titled CD

August, 28, 2012

The Sheepdogs hail from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, so it's obvious the video for their new song, "The Way It Is," would be baseball themed.

OK, maybe not.

Lead singer Ewan Currie was born in Australia and raised in Canada, but he is all about American sports.

"Even when I was a kid, my friends and I would collect NBA cards and watch the NBA Game of the Week. It was skinny Shaq and Jordan domination," Currie said. "Even in Canada, my dad loved playing Strat-O-Matic baseball. It's the American sports I love."

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