In The Studio/New Releases: Spring 2019

Spring is coming on at Bang-A-Song, so let’s talk about what has gesprungen here!

In The Studio:

John Jerome is back for more. Jon Butcher produced and produced. Second Balcony Jump made their third record. CRUNCHTIME didn’t rush it. Koi Wolf slathered a lamb in Texas hot sauce. Lisa Manning made us cry. Telamor had me channel Thunders. Hemway had me channel the Wind. The Dazies expanded an ep to an album. Geoff Small employed many 7ths. Allen Estes brought some beautiful acoustic guitars down. Glympses brought some beautiful electric guitars down. Rob McLocklin practiced his Kowloon set. Suriel tracked into the night. Mr. Fox captured Medusa on tape. Bradley Royds transferred a 39 year old cassette. The Lebarons were good. Sunset Taxicab started a ride. Mari Martin sang on the Elvis mic. Kim Blisard edited the dance. Mike Parsons brought the 90’s back in the form of Neon 90’s. Dan King prepped for the return of the Monday Night Jam.

New Releases:

CRUNCHTIME had their CD Release at a Midway Matinee: Outsourced b/w Situation Out Of Control. You can stream and buy here.

Keeping up with his single-per-month club,Telamor released “Rattle My Cage” (with Tony Goddess on guitar), “Friday Crazy Night“, and “Beautiful To Me“. (Available on all music services.)

Matt Rhodes has released “Into The Black” as well as its official music video which can be found here.

Glympses released their official video for the track “Medicine Man“. Check it out here!

Second Balcony Jump released “Take This Ring” featuring John Jerome.

Jones Creek‘s new 4-song EP “Whiskey and Women” is available on Spotify and all music services.

Tony pitched in some guitar flourishes that Paul Sanni used in a Woodstock documentary trailer. Check it out here.

 

 

 

In The Studio: June 2012

Harhay did drums for two more numbers destined for his untitled 2nd solo record.  Under Griffin’s Porch cut and are now mixing half an album side’s worth of tracks for a midsummer’s release.  Ricky Diamond is prepping a single.  The Savage Tanners recorded a three song demo.  The Mr. Fox record is in final o/d and mix prep mode.  Tom Hauck finished an entirely new track and two leftovers from his last record “Pistonhead” for the “Rosie the Rocket” three song single.  Satch Kerans finished a mix of “Kid from Gloucester” for radio debut on The River 92.5 this month to promote their show at the Danvers Fireworks with The Stompers and The Drifters.  The Loud Clappers are cutting later this month.  The Bandit Kings are doing a saxes down mix of their new single.

In The Studio: May 2012

Litehouse have laid down three more tracks of glammy groove rock. Tom Hauck (ex-Atlantics/Ball and Pivot) has been overdubbing on his second full length solo record.  Satch Kerans and band have started the follow up to their last record “Pieces”. What Time is it Mr. Fox continue to refine and define their next record whittling it down from 27 tracks in progress. Renee and Joe brought in Renee’s brother Dan Dupuis (Blues Yer Daddy/All Summer Long) to play drums on two new tracks for their upcoming LP.

In the Studio: April 2012

Bang-A-Song is host to a regular Sirius/XM Radio Show entitled “Having Words with Meg”, hosted by Meg Griffin.  You can tune into the show on Channel 30 (The Loft) on Sirius/XM.  Past guests have included The Bandit Kings, Willie Nile and Dave Mattacks.  This month featured a full band performance and interview with Kingsley Flood.  Bang-A-Song has been wrapping up a full-length album with Brian King from What Time Is It Mr.Fox, and has been editing the forthcoming CD-recordings accompanying Ted Widmer’s book on John F. Kennedy to be published by Hyperion.