Jam with a Plan at The Highline Ballroom
OVER $100,000.00 raised for the American Cancer Society
NEW BROWN HAT, Chris Barron (of the Spin Doctors), Edwin McCain, D.J. Jolina of MTV
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Nearly selling out Sullivan Hall was a great testament to all who cut through the New York City Traffic on a Friday night.
Some great performances were captured too!!! A genuine thank you to all.
Seeing is Believing
available JUNE 2010.
It has been a long time in the making and we are very proud with the performances thus far.
Although most listening and purchasing of music is done through the computer,
we have committed ourselves to not only capturing great performances of our songs,
but also making a record that sounds great. We have combined the best of analog and digital formats for those wishing to download high resolution files.
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***Weekly song release:***
Sneak Peek #1 MORE
As production of the record continues we are releasing a song (track) each week. The song More, began as something very different. When initially written it did not catch with the band. After editing and revising the band went home and an absolutely different concept for a song developed from one of the brothers. This fun, aggressive, rock song, was fun to write, and record, but even more fun to perform live.
Sneak Peek #2 1000 MILES
A song that started as a progression written in open tuning that came alive with the chorus vocal harmony. This one dedicated itself to knowing what passion is, even over time. “when the time it comes, and the honeymoon goes and the manners begin to fade, what you find when its real, together you feel… that a spark can always be made.”
Sneak Peek #3
SEEING IS BELIEVING
The opening groove and superb horn line set this story in motion. In production, like many of the songs, we needed to get the ambiguity and sheer amount of verses under control. Thanks to the strong production ears of Brad Young we were all pleased with the results. As one of our favorite songs due in part to the lush chords, social commentary, and intricate changes, made the reality of what we all experience not just a result “the bottom line” but something one must See to Believe.
Sneak Peek #4 The Last One
Peanuts, Raisins, Rum, and Coke
Here is the last installment of our sneak peeks. “Cause when I sit down with friends and myself, there’s four things I pull off the shelf…”
Peanuts, Raisin, Rum and Coke, P.R.R.C, for short goes back to the heart of music, FUN. We originally were skeptical of this song being on the album but we were grounded by the fact that in a time of serious change one should take the time to NOT take themselves too seriously.
A great drum shuffle, tasty organ, and classic harmony have made this song a favorite among fans. Because “I may not have money or wealth, but I’ve always…” Ahh you know the rest.