Sunday, September 18, 2011

Music of Note

Kris Rogers has played in a lot of the bands with (Kurt Baker, The Connection) and his new album is out this week called "Kris Rodgers and The Dirty Gems". It's old school piano rock n roll/pop featuring some cool doo-wop harmonies and tons of keyboards. Kurt Baker plays bass and sings a few back ups as well. For more information go to krisrodgersmusic

Kris Rodgers: Piano, Organ, Rhodes, and Vocals
Kurt Baker: Bass, Backing Vocals
Wyatt King: Drums
Tyler Johnson: Electric Guitar
Zach Uncles: Pedal Steel
Meg Doherty-Scannell: Backing Vocals




E.D. Sedgwick just put out a new record "Love Gets Lovelier Every Day" on Dischord. The limited edition 3-song single, released August 22, 2011, includes a full-length (11-song) MP3 download.

Customers who purchase the 7 inch in stores will get a coupon to download all 11-songs. If you buy the 7 inch from dischord.com the songs are automatically added to your personal account to download.



The Power Pop Trio "The Perms" from Winnipeg are set to release their 5th album"Sofia Nights" this fall. In an industry where bands are lucky to last past their first single, this group has stood the test of time and continued to find success in creating stick-in-your-head songs. Their friendship and shared passion for making music that matters has been the motivation that drives this band forward.

When The Perm's started writing for the new album, it became clear that the band wanted to push the boundaries of their songwriting while keeping the hooks and energy...
For more Information go to thepermsmusic.com






Fresh out of Sheperdstown, West Virginia RoZwell Kid has arrived on the scene with his self-titled debut release. RoZwell Kid is the stage name of Jordan Hudkins, drummer for his hometown act The Demon Beat. He's taking a little break from his gig as a drummer to step out on his own with this eclectic, electro pop effort that is decidedly different from the genre of music that he's accustomed to playing, and finds a common balance between the two that shows his ability to branch out in different genres with remarkable ease. -Music Box Pete

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