Boppin’ and Burgers, Boogie with Buildings and post show thoughts…

September 11, 2011 and we had a gig at the Morton Grove Library.  We had a decent size crowd for the 2pm show and the band was great. There was a Bears game happening at the same time and in this area that’s tough competition.  Thanks to the folks that came out and especially he girls dancing up front.  They were the best we had this year!  Frank our Sax player led the train during train rolls on and it was fantastic.  We also had a moment of silence to reflect on the events that happened 10 years previously.  A good time was had by us and  all in attendance.  They also had an instrument petting zoo after the show by the Ars Viva Symphony Orchestra and I hear that was really cool as well.  I would have been there but I had to load up our equipment.  We shall have a roadie someday…

This Saturday on September 25th the Boppin’ and Burgers Family Music Series opens with THE BOOGERS!  I started the series last year as an outlet for great kindie music in the northwest suburbs and it’s going really well.  All show are at noon and we have a great lineup this year.  Jim Cosgrove, Joanie Leeds, Little Miss Ann, Laura Doherty, David Grover, Mindy Hester and of course the band that started it all.  The Poochamungas!  So stop on by  for one or all the shows. All shows starts at Noon.

Don’t forget to pay us a visit at the Boogie with Building Blocks Party on September 24th.   They’re celebrating 15 years of selling toys (what could be cooler than that) and we get to play an acoustic set at the party!  Oh yeah there’s some big red guy named ELMO stopping by plus lots of other cool stuff to do.  Click on the name above and it’ll take you right to the webpage. It’s looking to be a really great time.

As mentioned before we start recording the new CD/album on September 25th.  I’m excited to return to the studio as are the members of the band.  We shall keep you up to date as the recording progresses.  Till next time thanks for reading and have a great day!


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