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Author Topic: Sausage Grinder "Delicious Moments" officially released and 2 CD release parties  (Read 939 times)

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Offline banjochris

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Our debut CD, "Delicious Moments," is officially for sale now at CD Baby go to
http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/SausageGrinder

Our first CD release party is FREE from 9-midnight tonight at Don the Beachcomber, 16278 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach with SPECIAL GUESTS The Eno Islanders of Durham, N.C. -- 1920s-'30s Hawaiian string band music.

And our second CD release party is Saturday, April 10 beginning at 8 p.m. at the California Institute for Abnormal Arts, 11334 Burbank Blvd., North Hollywood with SPECIAL GUESTS Triple Chicken Foot, Frank Fairfield, Senor Stretchy Skin and more. Cost for this one is $10.

Hope to see you at one or both of the shows if you're in the area and hope you like the CD -- or at least that you buy one  ;).

You can learn more about Sausage Grinder at http://www.sausagegrindermusic.com.

Chris

Offline uncle bud

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These Sausage Grinders are a talented bunch of musicians and there's lots of wonderful music on this CD: guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, jug, kazoo, harp, washboard, singin' and other vocalizations. A great mix of blues, rags, old jazz, old time. If I was in the area, the launch would be a no brainer, but my private jet has been grounded. Plus Senor Stretchy Skin. http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3246/2517340344_313e83aa20.jpg?v=0  It's not possible to go wrong. You hear that, Jed?

Highly recommended! The CD design is really nice too.

Offline Pan

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Congratulations Banjochris!

I listened through the CD-baby clips and it sure sounds like we have a winner here! The ensemble playing is very solid, and the group has a variety of styles and vocal soloists to provide with. Great job! I hope you have a wonderful time at your record releasing parties!

Perhaps we might also hope for a solo album sometime in the future?

Cheers

pan

Offline Stuart

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I listened through the CD-baby clips and it sure sounds like we have a winner here!

Don't you mean wiener? :P (Sorry, Gang)

I've listened to the clips--it's a must have!

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