Damaged Freight rocked Brookstock IV this summer with their classic rock awesomeness! Visit MuseworksEntertainment.com or call 203-312-7959 to book these deep track troubadours at your rock club, town band shell, or other event. Damaged Freight is Sean (Vocals), Ron (Guitar), Ray (Drums), Sarah (Vocals & Keys), Rocco (Guitar), Steve (Keys), and Pete (Bass). Click Here for Electronic Press Kit (EPK).
What’s better than rockin’ tunes? How about adding good food and drink! Now that’s really rockin’!
Mark the date Saturday, August 30th, 2014, and bring yourself and a few pals to everyone’s favorite restaurant and bar, Widow Brown’s Cafe in Danbury. (It’s just over the Brookfield-Danbury border!)
Charm City Exiles will be performing their straight-up rock with a twist of Americana. It’s some country here, some punk there, something plaid over there – and a few surf tunes just to have a little retro-cool going.
Lisa plays a custom 12 string guitar built especially for her. It was made by guitar elves 3,000 miles away, and it sounds like nothing else. Sean alternates between his fave Fender American Jazz and his home built double-neck guitar-bass. He gave the double-neck racing stripes. It rocks.
Music starts at 10pm and goes until 1am.
You can follow the band on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/CharmCityExiles.
Like classic rock? Like helping out a good cause? Come to Brookstock at the Brookfield Town Hall band stand this Saturday 7/19/2014.
The lineup of bands includes: Drama Bad, Battle Maiden, Dan’s Garage, Damaged Freight, Roots Rock Review, and the ’78 All Stars.
Fun and music starts at 3pm and goes till 9pm.
The event starts at 2pm, Saturday July 12th at the Big Buddha Cigar Lounge on the back patio.
Twenty-dollars gets a wrist band and free cigar. We’re told vendor trucks will be present for snacks and beverages. Get there by taking I-84 to Exit 9 and head North just past the train tracks.
The Charm City Exiles are doing it again at 1pm on June 7th at the band shell on the Danbury Green. They’ll be making the makers rock out at this 2nd annual Mad Hackers Conference. It’ll be a day of innovation, technology, social media … and ROCK!
Sean will have his double-neck bass-and-guitar thing-a-majig, and hang around the hackerspace booths to answer questions about it. He built it in part at the Connecticut Hackerspace. Lisa will have her custom built 12-string. She might even pull out her Gretch on a tune or two – you know, just to get that surf guitar vibe going.
The band goes on at 1PM and there will be other music before and after. This is a family event, so bring the kids. The band promises to keep it clean.
The conference and exhibits require tickets. See http://www.madhackers.com for event details. This is a great event and last year was a big success. The conference last year was a dual event with the 2013 Danbury Mini Maker Faire. This event is put on by the rockin’ folks at City Center Danbury and the Danbury Hackerspace.
Here’s a pic from August 1999 showing Sean playing keys for NYC-based group Mantik.
Mantik’s main lineup included Scralet LeMay on vocals, Jimi K. Bones (KIX, Skin and Bones) on guitar, Yves Gerard (Patti Rothberg, Larry Mitchel) on drums.
Besides performing some of LeMay’s original songs they covered songs by Alice Cooper and Skeeter Davis.
Sean met LeMay through art and music events orchestrated by Aristedes DuVal. Later, drummer Gerard would perform with Sean on a couple dates for Sean’s band, Sean and the Time Travelers, including the show at Arlene Grocery in Manhattan.
Like great food, drinks and fun? So do we! It’s a date, then! When, you ask?
Mark the date Saturday, April 26th, 2014, and see you and your pals at everyone’s favorite local spot, Widow Brown’s Cafe in Danbury. (It’s just over the Brookfield-Danbury border!)
Charm City Exiles will be performing their straight-up rock with a twist of
Americana. You know the songs – some country here, some punk there – it’s all good. Real good. Like, licking-the-sauce-off-your-fingers good.
Lisa plays a custom 12 string guitar built to her exacting specifications. It was made by elves 3,000 miles away, and it sounds like nothing else. Sean alternates between his fave Fender American Jazz and his home built double-neck guitar-bass. He gave the double-neck racing stripes to give it that Steve McQueen vibe. Because, ya know, that’s important.
So if you want to hear great music, have some cold drinks, and or talk shop about guitars, come on down!
Join Charm City Exiles on March 28th, 2014, at The Market Place Kitchen and Bar in Danbury, CT. The music starts at 9pm, but arrive early for a good seat and enjoy the food and fun. No cover and no minimum. Leave your irons at the door.
Also catch them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/MarketPlaceKitchenBar.
The band will be playing fan favorites and some new material, including a couple tunes from Lisa’s upcoming recording and previous projects.
The Charm City Exiles play a mix of rock, pop and country with an Americana twist.
The was Sean’s first time at NAMM. Actually it was Sean’s first time getting his picture taken with someone famous. Vernon was really cool and when Sean mentioned some of the shows and small clubs he saw him perform he happy to reminisce about New York City in the 90s.
The weather in Anaheim was warm – people were in shorts. The weather back East was in the 10s and 20s, while everyone at NAMM was hanging out in the sun enjoying the acts performing on the stage in the convention center plaza and the gourmet taco trucks lining the sides of the plaza.
Sean got to attend NAMM this time via the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus and NewTek. Sean would like to say thanks to Phil and Jeff for passes to concerts, and to Kim for showing him around NAMM and taking this cool pic!
Please join L.T. Maroon, friends and other performers at 59 Bank St tonight, Tuesday 11/19/2013, for tunes and brews as she sings a couple songs from her upcoming album release.
To get a sampling of her music, visit http://www.ltmaroon.com.
This event is hosted weekly by the talented Chris Ellis. Music starts on-or-after 9pm, but come early for drinks and fun.