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Playing with the band

By Noah | April 20, 2009

We don’t get many recordings of Rock City Band, and as the substitute bass player I only play occasionally anyway.  Last month we did record of one of our club gigs, with me sitting in on a few songs.  For all you fans out there, a short mp3 clip is now up on the Arcane Domain  music page.  In addition to me on bass, we’ve got Charlie Sweeney (drums), Colleen Desmond (guitar), Daryl Desmond (guitar), and Brenda White (lead vocals).  That’s Daryl playing lead at the end.  More Rock City samples and videos are linked from the band’s home page, and also on the Rock City Myspace page.  If you live north of Boston, check out one of Rock City’s upcoming club dates.

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