Mint Condition Releases Live At The 9:30 Club – FIRST LIVE DVD!

Condition Releases Live At The 9:30 Club
Their First
Concert DVD Release Ever!
MN — Continuing the
legacy of their multi-faceted Minneapolis sound, Mint Condition will release
their first ever concert DVD, Live From The 9:30 Club, on February
7 through Image Entertainment. The live performance includes of some
of your favorite Mint hits: “Pain or Pleasure?”, “Breakin’ My Heart (Pretty
Brown Eyes)”, “What Kind Of Man” and from their latest album Livin’ The
Luxury Brown, the sensually hot single “Whoaa”. The amazing
concert reminds fans that they are truly one of the best bands of
our time.
When Mint Condition
released Livin’ The Luxury Brown in April 2005, they were welcomed
back with critical acclaim. Building on the success of the project, Live
from the 9:30 Club is more than a live show – it’s
a behind-the-scenes trip with one of music’s most
prolific bands. Spending time with the band on the road offers an
in-depth look into why Mint Condition still plays to Standing Room Only
audiences across the country. Insightful, and often humorous, interviews with
the group add to the excitement of the stage performance, which was filmed
in High Definition at Washington DC’s famous 9:30 Club.
“Mint Condition has
achieved a reputation as one of the hottest Rock, Funk R&B bands performing
today,” states George Steele III, Vice President of Image Entertainment
Group. “Live From The 9:30 Club is an excellent opportunity to
see and hear Soul music at its best.”
For more
information on Mint Condition and Live From The 9:30 Club, go
to, and
For interviews
and press information contact:
Sol2Soul Public Relations
– Maria Alamillo, Karen Lee
Tygereye Entertainment –
Live From The 9:30 Club DVD Track
1. Opening – Mintrolude
2. The
3. Swole
4. Hurt
5. Pain or
6. Whoaa
7. So Fine
Breakin’ My Heart
9. Mintal
10. Funky Weekend
11. Call
12. Party
13. What Kinda Man
14. I’m Ready
15. Credits – Look
What You Done 2 Me

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