Meet the newest addition to the family (as well as some news)!!

Finally got that 12 string we were looking for!!

Recently we were working behind the scenes on a forthcoming single by The Feckers called “Far From Done”, and I could hear a string on the song – something I didn’t have!!

So after lots of asking around and suprisingly very few guitarists actually having one, it was time to add to the family so to speak!!

Will be recording the tracks over the week so we can have the single out asap!!

Speaking of The Feckers, there was a little album we’ve been working on for a while that you may have heard me mention called “It’d Be Rude Not To”? ….. Well it’s extremely close to being a done deal. Will be going to Red Planet very early August to make 3 tiny little changes to mixes and then we’re mastering. Will be posting some release info for this thing really soon, so stay with us ok?

Much thanks as always!!! After that wraps up, I’ll be busting out a couple more songs with Skube that will be the final ones for my next album that was started just before things in Feckerville kicked into high gear in early 2010. Stay tuned for that also.

I’ll be doing the same thing in regards to singles with a steady flow of them that will come out via iTunes and also be available as full length videos on Youtube before the eventual release of that next CS Solo album. As it stands now there is a good half an hour of music complete, drums down on 4 more, with two more to come. Looking forward to it coming “to be” 😛

Thanks friends!!!!! RIP Jon Lord!!!! 🙁

2 thoughts on “Meet the newest addition to the family (as well as some news)!!”

  1. great to see it arrived in one piece man, will look forward to hearing the new baby wail 🙂 and of course we will be able to put it to use in the future as well. I can’t wait to hear these 2 albums (The Feckers/Chris Szkup) when they are completed either 🙂

    1. Thanks man!! Had a bit of a test run today and it’s going sweet. Looking forward to those albums myself I must say haha!! 😀

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