Posts Tagged ‘ the six parts seven

Later today, I am adding Pedro the Lion : Control to the on-line store with special packages to get the release at a discounted price with the purchase of specific btv titles. So, check on that. The album is officially released tomorrow and orders will ship out soon after.
This weekend was extremely busy, catching the Phillies home opener after fighting the crazy traffic jams around that stadium due to lack of parking lots and my stupidity to actually drive to the stadium instead of taking the subway. C’est la vie. Later that night, got to see Douglas Witmer’s incredible art opening. If you are in Philadelphia, be sure to stop by the Peng gallery and check out his work. Saturday was a marathon of rock and roll shows. We jetted to NJ to see Half-Handed Cloud, Singing Mechanic, Soul-Junk, and Danielson Famile. Some amazing lo-fi pop/rock brilliance. We left right before the Famile to catch Hayden at the Fire in Philadelphia. Hayden delivered the goods, an extremely long 1h 45m set of new songs and all of the old favorites. Definitely worth the effort to go.
Denison is back in Philadelphia finishing the extra parts for his Philadelphia Songs album. The Six Parts Seven arrive from Kent on Friday to add their instrumental genius and expertise to the record. Final mixes will begin starting next week.
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I was in Maryland to watch the Indiana/Oklahoma NCAA basketball game. To the delight of the room full of Indiana natives, Indiana beat Oklahoma to make it to the NCAA finals. There was much rejoicing. I’ll be watching on Monday hoping Indiana wins it all.
Today was the official start of the baseball season…indie rockers everywhere are secret (or not-so-secret) baseball fans. It’s true.
Denison will be back in Philadelphia later this week to work on the recording of additional instrumentation and mixing for his Philadelphia Songs album. Hopefully, you got to see Denison with The Six Parts Seven on the tour. The Six Parts Seven are an amazing band, be sure to get their new album out now on Suicide Squeeze, available in the on-line store.
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Don’t forget to see Denison Witmer play the final dates of his tour with The Six Parts Seven. I’ll be at the shows in Brooklyn (Wed) and Lancaster (Fri). Saturday is The Six Parts Seven cd release party show in their hometown area in Cleveland, OH at the Grog Shop. I’m sure that will be an exciting show.

The Trouble with Sweeney is doing a short little mini-tour this weekend up and down the East Coast. Be sure to check them out as they play with True Love Always (Teenbeat).

All Jetenderpaul 7″ pre-orders have been mailed out, so look for yours. It should be worth the long wait.

Though Jeff from the Drang, who happens to go to Oklahoma, differs in opinion, I’m still rooting for the Indiana Hoosiers to make it to the NCAA finals.

The official start of baseball season is just moments away, hopefully I’ll run into some of you at Philadelphia’s opening game next Friday.

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