In The Studio at Bang-A-Song:
New Releases touched by Bang-A-Song:
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Here’s what went down at Bang-A-Song in April:
The Heavy Denims rocked their roll. Telamor recorded more. Don(na) Freyleue mixed the hits. Satch Kerans mixed one of his. Colin Rosso gave himself a beat and broke it down on the mic. The Instinct took LP 2 to the next level. Geoff Small channeled Chris Bell (yes!). Matt and the Lower Standards cut two soon-to-be standards. Lisa Manning cut 17 tracks for her fourth LP. Soul Rebel Mike Francis and Wren Sound wrote some top lines. Jon Butcher showed us how it’s done.
Here’s what’s coming up in May:
Monday, May 18th – The Goddesses help host Monday Night Open Jam at the Rhumb Line with an opening set at 9:30 and a closing set at midnight. It’ll shake, it’ll rattle, it will likely roll.
Friday, May 22nd – Tony will be telling a story at the Gloucester Writers Center’s Rock & Roll Fish Tales event at Short and Main starting at 7:30pm. Rock & Roll details will be divulged.
Saturday, May 30th – Tony will be hosting one of Sound Harbor‘s Spring Workshops at Bang A Song Studios. “In-Studio Production and Recording” will be a three hour workshop (1pm-4pm) for anyone who ever wanted a chance to learn record production by doing it: using microphones, mixing boards, effects and computer based digital audio workstations to make a recording. Reservations are $30, and you can sign up at soundharbor.org.
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No one has better taste than our pals in Brussels at
62TV Records, so when they asked us to contribute to an album of Leiber & Stoller tunes, we couldn’t say no, and we didn’t say no! (Anyone who has seen The Goddesses perform in the last five years knows that “ I’m A Hog (For Ya Baby)” is one of our staple tunes, too.)
“I Can’t Get You Out of My Mind: A Tribute To Leiber & Stoller” (Benefit for the Waama Village School in Tanzania) can be found here on Facebook, and features tracks from Okay Monday, Mujeres, Kanoba, Francoiz Breut, Johnwayneshotme, Young Rival, Malibu Stacy, Bed Rugs, Lucy Lucy, Dog Bowl, Hong Kong Dong, The Tellers, Vaporellas, The Experimental Tropic Blues Band and Dez Mona, and The Goddesses.
A track a day will be posted on YouTube, so check ’em all out, starting with this one:
The Goddesses are thrilled to be joining
The Silver Ages for their 7th Annual Holiday Performance at the Ethical Humanist Society of Philadelphia at Rittenhouse Square on Saturday night, January 18th starting at 8pm. The show is a guaranteed sellout, so get your tickets here.
The Cripple Cove Quintet featuring The Goddesses will be back for three sets of rock’n’roll standards on the last Friday of the year at
The Rhumb Line. Come shake off 2013! [ Facebook Event]
Join The Cripple Cove Quartet featuring The Goddesses at Mile Marker One on Sunday, September 1st from 4pm-7pm.
The whole weekend is chock-full of music at
Mile Marker One. Busty Moceri will be on before CCQ, and KBMG will be on after. And that’s just Sunday’s schedule.
The rest of the weekend’s events can be found here.
Join the Cripple Cove Quartet and the Goddesses at
Mile Marker One on Sunday, August 4th for 3 sets of acoustic harmonics out on the deck from 5pm-8pm.