BRN welcomes Uncle Ben’s Remedy with their CD “Not Far From The Tree”. Uncle Ben’s Remedy is a hometown band who’s sound is a blend of Outlaw Country & Americana. Their unique sound is rooted in the small town of Versailles, NY where community still matters and music is a part of every event. UBR won the summer 2014 Battle of the Bands at the Canalside Concert Series in Buffalo that earned them an opening slot for Lake Street Dive. Five tracks from “Not Far From The Tree” premiere all this month.
Bear Radio welcomes from the UK – Memory Flowers with their new single “Atoms”. Memory Flowers is an enigmatic blend of Melancholy Lushpop from songwriter Andrew M Pisanu. Atoms has a scheduled world-wide release on January 30th, while BRN premieres it here all month long.
Bear Radio welcomes a leading scientific thinker to the playlist … Professor Pump-Un-Shlump, who asks the age old question … “What Came First ?” Premiering all this month on Bear Radio, request at BearRadio.net!
BRN welcomes Ska band from Colorado – 12 Cents for Marvin, with their CD “It’s Not Over”. Better known as “12 Cents” by their fans, the band consists of talented, finely-tuned members that each supply a distinctive spark to their musical machine. Catch three tracks premiering all this month!
Bear Radio welcomes Los Angeles based Silver Pup, four band members attempt to melt your ears with upbeat indie/alternative rock. Having influences from the Arctic Monkeys to Kings Of Leon, their sound is upbeat rock with catchy choruses mixed with some kind of familiarity. BRN premieres two single tracks all this month.
Bear Radio Network welcomes Buffalo’s Serendipity Swing to the playlist. Serendipity Swing, “A Little Big Band,” is an eight-musician classic swing ensemble with vocalist Kim Piazza. While in the WBBZ-TV studio the band performed a few classic holiday tunes and are featured this month.
BRN welcomes Pat Kreisl (Milnesville, Pennsylvania) to the playlist with his latest CD “Tell Me Tell Me” for Blue Pie Records Australia. This is a solo effort that Pat played everything from the first kick drum beat to the last backing vocal along with all producing and engineering. Selected tracks premiere all this month.
Bear Radio wishes everyone a Happy Thanksgiving! In celebration we present Steven Gellman’s “Hearth and Home” from this new album around the top of every hour.
Bear Radio premieres the debut single from Zen of Thieves – “Better Angles”. Zen of Thieves is a studio band presenting songs of Frederick “Doc” Heide, a professor at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University in San Francisco. The group’s first single “Better Angels”, features California folksinger Claudia Russell doing lead vocals. The song postulates what Abraham Lincoln, looking down from the next world, might think about our current political climate.
BRN welcomes Cos with the progressive rock CD “Cos” which Mark Costoso recorded the tracks in his NYC studio. Influenced by bands like Yes, Kansas, Genesis, King Crimson, UK, Gentle Giant and Todd Rundgren’s Utopia, Mark studied classical music theory and continued this training at Five Towns College majoring in composition and piano. You can hear 5 tracks from Cos premiering all this month.