PB & Jay Records & For The Sake Of The Song

PBJ For The Sake of The Song

TONIGHT! LIZARD LOUNGE MAIN EVENT MARCH 21 2015

This is going to be an amazing night of music that you do not want to miss!  For more details about this event, prizes and past winners follow this link LLOMCME2015

Here is the list of amazing talent that will be on the stage at the Lizard Lounge.  Web links to the list below can be found here:  24hourtom.com

ALEX KARALEKAS
ALLIE ARMSTRONG
ANDREW GEANO

ARIEL JACOBSON
AVI JACOB
BETHEL STEELE
BOB BRADSHAW
CHRIS LAVANCHER
DANNY PECK
FAT PIGS
GABRIEL MIRELES
GINA ALIBRIO
HAILEY MAGEE
HANNAH CHRISTIANSON
HEATHER SMIST
JENEE HALSTEAD
JENNA PAONE
JOSHUA HILL
JULIA MARK
KIYOSHI FOSTER
MARK GILDAY JR
MARK WHITAKER
MARY HENRIQUEZ
OF LIONS AND GIANTS
OLIVIA BROWNLEE
PETE CASSANI
SAM HAMMERMAN
SHAWN TAYLOR
SPOTTED TIGER
STEPHANIE MEYERS
STEVE NARDONE
THE SURVIVING KENNEALLYS

ZACK CUTLER

Doors will be at 7 pm.  The list will be drawn at 7:30.  Show will start promptly at 8 pm.  Tickets will be sold first come, first serve.  This event will likely sell out quickly so tell come early.  

 

New Song! “Paintings”

PAINTINGS

Here is a new tune recorded at the Lizard Lounge OMC by Tom Bianchi.  Please comment and share. Thanks Tom!

Jose Docen Co-Hosts “The Cheap Seats” Tonight! 6-8pm

Don’t forget! Tonight I will be Co-Hosting “The Cheap Seats” with Cat Wilson as well as playing a live set so tune in to 101.9 FM or catch the live stream “here

Below is a bit of information about the goings on with “The Cheap Seats” studio, by Bill O’Niell.

Catering to musicians and fans, “The Cheap Seats” is a weekly program that allows independent bands and singers from all over New England a chance for airplay on commercial radio. It offers performers a chance to network and gives the audience a chance to learn tips from musicians and experts in the music industry.
Created by radio personality, Cat , “The Cheap Seats” was broadcast on WKPE (104.7 FM) from 1997 until 2003. It returned to the air on WCIB (101.9 FM; Hyannis, Mass.) in May 2009.
In each Sunday’s two-hour episode (6-8 p.m.), Cat shares song selection with her guests. Typically, a guest musician will play five of their own songs and four songs by other New England performers. Cat chooses the rest of the songs from the hundreds of CDs she receives each year from independent musicians.
Between songs, Cat and her guests talk about that performer’s story, giving musicians who aren’t on a major label the rare chance to be interviewed on a 50,000-watt commercial radio station. Listeners not only hear several songs by a musician they may not have previously encountered, but also have a chance to learn about that musician’s biography and musical preferences. This kind of up-close-and-personal exposure, rare in radio today, helps musicians solidify their fan base in an era when breaking into entertainment is harder than ever.
Most weeks’ episodes also include a segment called “Cheap Talk,” in which Cat and a guest expert discuss topics that are relevant and helpful to up-and-coming musicians. For the many musicians who listen to the show, this is a chance to learn about entertainment law, public relations or other aspects of the music business. For listeners who are not musicians, it’s a chance to get a glimpse behind the scenes of show business.