Come hear us play as part of Columbia City Beatwalk! We’ll be getting cozy and playing all your favorite songs at the Hummingbird Saloon on Sunday, 9/14 from 7-9:30pm. Have a drink with us! Sample the savory pasties! Play some pinball! Challenge Queenie to a shuffleboard match during the instrumentals!
So now that our first gig of the year was out of the way, it was clear that to get more we needed a demo. Lately we had some live recordings from other gigs and business cards that we had been using as promotional material. But we decided to step up our game in 2014.
We’re working with Robb at Kinetic Sound Works to produce our demo reel. We’ve listened to the raw post-mastered tracks, and it sounds pretty good. We’re excited to see what the finished product sounds like! We’ll post samples on the web site once it’s available, and possibly information on how to get a hold of a copy.
We had the opportunity to play at the Skansonia last night for a private company party… What a venue! The staff was just wonderful. If you, or anyone you know is going to get married, or just want to throw a party, check them out! You’ll never find a better place to go! The party was a 20s themed party and everyone dressed the part. They were a fantastic group to play for!
Okay. I hate to admit that we’ve been a tad quiet on the site and Facebook lately. Truth of the matter is that we got really busy in November/December and had to go into hibernation. Family, work, other bands, etc got the best of us. However, you will be glad to hear, that now that is all out of the way, we are on back in force, with two gigs already lined up for 2014. The bad news is that you probably can’t hear us at the gigs (unless you are one of the ones who booked us. If that’s the case, then see you there!). We missed playing our holiday set for you, and will try not to make it a habit. See you all soon!
March 2nd, The Savoy Night Owls are at it again! Come hear the Vocal Stylings of Queenie Sunshine, The percussive might of Andrew Hare, The poetic piano of Rodney Kinney, The balanced bass of Joe Cook, and the sonorousness sax of Ed Baisa. It’ll be the best $5 you’ve ever spent.
Click on the picture for more information. Or better yet, buy your tickets here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/326901