Tag Archive | December 9th

Video Clip of The Week (Christmas Edition): Kissing Party, “Warren City Christmas”



Merry Christmas, and welcome to our Holiday-themed The Video Clip of The Week! Denver-based quintet, Kissing Party‘s brand new video for “Warren City Christmas” is here to get you in the spirit. Imagine Charles Dickens venturing into the Brit Pop genre to create a full album – think melancholia you can dance to. With origins and inspirations from the gray bleakness of Pennsylvania and Ohio in the winter months, Kissing Party serves up boozy ballads about memories in Midwestern basements, jingling and rebellious carols for drunken gutter punks, mini pop symphonies contemplating the overwhelming grayness of the season, and heartbreaks and hangovers. The band’s new album Winter in the Pub (out now via Northern Transmissions) is an ode to December as the month of alt-cheer!

When you’re ready to move past the typical, uninspired cover collections this holiday season, when the awkward nostalgia of being in your hometown starts to sink in, Kissing Party’s Winter in the Pub has got your back. Kissing Party is: Gregg Dolan, Deirdre Sage, Shane Reid, Joe Hansen and Lee Evans. RIYL: The Wedding Present, The Smiths and The Sundays. Enjoy, and Merry Christmas!

Kissing Party CD Cover

Happy 65th Birthday, Dennis Dunaway!


Dennis, Gail, Alice and Neal, 2003

Dennis Dunaway, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductee and Bass Player for the Band called Alice Cooper, celebrates 65 years on the planet today, December 9th. Read my two part interview with Dennis from 2004 at This Link. Happy Birthday, Dennis!

Happy 63rd Birthday, Dennis Dunaway!

Dennis Dunway and GB

Dennis Dunaway, bassist for the original band called Alice Cooper, celebrates his 63rd birthday today, having been born on December 9th, 1946! Read my two-part interview with Dennis from 2004 at This Link.

Happy Birthday Dennis Dunaway, Original Bassist of the Band Alice Cooper


Dennis is on the Far Left

Dennis remembers: “I spent my 26th birthday (December 9th, 1972) at the opening of The Who’s Tommy at the Rainbow Theater in London. Neal (Smith, drummer) drove us there in the Rolls Royce he had just bought that day.”

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