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Sep 2017 12

By Blogbot

This Wednesday, Sept 13 on SuicideGirls Radio, hosts Nicole Powers and Bradley Suicide will be joined by NYC-based, funk/jam band Gridline.

You can listen – and watch – SuicideGirls Radio live on Wednesday nights from 8 til 9 PM at our state-of-the-art, all digital home on zinna.tv.

**UPDATE**

Watch last night’s show feat. the soul brew that is Gridline here or via the player below. Catch the band in LA on Saturday, Sept 16 at the Whiskey A Go Go, and in SF on Sunday, Sept 17 at the Hotel Utah.

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About Gridline

Five years in the making, Gridline continues to captivate audiences with their high-octane blend of funk, soul, and rock and roll. Their upcoming full-length debut album, Soul Brew, is a culminating snapshot of a live band in motion. The eight original songs on the record were developed over years of performing late night sets as the house band of NYC’s historic club, The Bitter End. The album also features notable contributions from established members of the extended Gridline family, including vocalist Corey Glover (Living Colour), Kim Miller (The Skatalites), Joel Thome (Frank Zappa), Mike Soprano (Streetlight Manifesto), and the Scorchio Quartet (David Bowie).

Founded in New York in 2012, kindred spirits Dan Kottmann (guitars, lead vocals) and Andrew Yanchyshyn (bass, vocals) found common ground on their local college music scene at SUNY Purchase. Together, they formed a band and caught attention through organizing and headlining DIY psychedelic sets at campus venues that they converted for live performances. After years of East Coast touring and lineup changes, the group has expanded to include Syracuse musician Neal Spitzer (saxophones, EWI), a tour-de-force on the saxophone and in the writing studio, Zach Schepis (guitars vocals), the missing lyrical link that now bonds them together, and recently, the addition of powerhouse Queens-based drummer Dorsey “Sky” Parker.

Featured in Relix Magazine as up-and-coming artists, the band has been nationally recognized as something of a rarity in today’s music scene. With members of varying ages and experiences, each musician contributes to a diverse sound that is equal parts energetic and refined. The band has opened for artists such as Iggy Azalea, Galactic, Max Creek, Kung Fu, Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds, and The Nigel Hall Band, and continues to set their sights higher and higher.

Stay tuned for the September 2017 release of Soul Brew, with tour dates and more announcements to follow.

For more on Gridline visit:

gridlinejam.com
facebook.com/gridlinejam/
twitter.com/gridlinejam
instagram.com/gridlinejam/

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