The past few years have been crazy, to say the least. With touring put on indefinite hold, we threw ourselves into our creativity. We've been making good use of the extra time by working hard on a new CD for Rip Cat Records, and releasing singles with videos covering several of our favorite songs. This one is David Bowie's classic, "The Man Who Sold The World".
With the cancellation of all live shows and tours this year (due to the pandemic), we have been making good use of the extra time by working hard on our new CD for Rip Cat Records. No release date is set just yet.
In the meantime, we will be releasing singles with videos covering several of our favorite songs. This one is Tom Petty & The Heartbreaker’s "Swingin'".
We're huge TP&THB fans, and this song really touches us. We saw the video for this song while we performing at a concert theater in Köthen, East Germany, that was a converted 1940's cinema. The owner (and our dear friend) of the Rockster 73, Tom Bauer, plays videos from all genres and all eras up on the giant screen, before and after the concerts. A special place, and a special song.
The "Let It Be Project", a special production featuring BMIII and many of their musician friends from around the world. From the band:
"Music is the heartbeat of humanity. We hope this song and project brings some comfort to all of you in these strange and uncertain times. Thanks to our friends here and abroad, who generously gave their time and talent to create this heartfelt version of the Beatles' "Let It Be". We hope you share the love with all of your friends."
~Roxy & Scottie