Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights Readies Its Major Label Debut

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If nothing else, the band can take solace in the fact that, for two of its drunken fans, it's already a better value than Dave Matthews Band.

"Listen," Tyler says. "I'm already proud of everything we've done. I'm proud of the record. What would have to happen for it to be a success? If we could recoup. If we can pay it back—that would be a success, at least from a business standpoint. In my mind, it'll be a success if we can go to 30 other cities and all those shows sell out. Then it'd be a success. And I think this record can do that for us. It definitely can.

"But if it doesn't, it's not like we're gonna get dropped. We didn't sign that kind of deal."

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