So my buddy Hector G has been working on a date for this show for quite awhile and he's finally nailed it down. January 23rd Howard Roarke will be joining the "EP Solo Army" a term that was coined by fellow Ask An Enemy podcast co-host Barry Peterson back in the day. I was playing a show as Lipstick, with The Reputation and a couple of other bands and while everyone else's descriptor was "ex-band that actually means something to peeps" mine was EP Solo Army. My reaction to that and the smile on my face are self explanatory. So yeah this show is about solo artists. Five individuals, orchestrating, demonstrating, and most importantly decimating. After last December's show at The Percolator, while surrounded by great peeps the show was riddled with technical difficulties, I need this. Also to the two chicks who made that show worth it, thank you, an undying amount. :)
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Here are the set times for tonight @ The Percolator
7-7:30 Hybridge 7:30-8 Knox 8-8:30 Bakersfield 8:30-9:30 Gleewood 9:30-10 Howard Roarke
If you have nothing better to do tonight come on out and say hello!
10-10:30 Never Too Late
It's about that time. Finally I can put this thing to sleep, at least until the next one of course. "You Can't Destroy the World Without a Soundtrack: Part One - Orchestrate" will finally be released almost three years later from when I first went into the studio.
I'm currently in the process of finalizing the artwork, rehearsing, and rearranging the live set for the show in July. The album will feature former Devices in Shift guitarist Manny Maldonado.
The album is scheduled to be released on Friday, July 26th at Tricky Falls in downtown El Paso; 209 S El Paso Street to be exact. Musicians performing that night will be Never Too Late, The Human Condition, and Lighting at the Opera. Hope to see you there