Red Headed Boogie Child | The Movie or the Planet?

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The Movie or the Planet?

by Red Headed Boogie Child

Irresistable melodic pop-rock meets soul, funk.
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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1. Sins Of Love
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2. Hot Summer Daze
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3. Modern Love
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4. Within Or Without
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5. Free Love Walking
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6. Corporate Affair
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7. New Game
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8. A Heart That Beats Without
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9. Obsessions Of The Heart
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10. My Mistake
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Album Notes
Notice: After 10 years, Red-Headed Boogie Child has officially disbanded, but the legacy continues. Read On>

It’s The Color Of A Hot Summer Daze...A Mind Full Of Clever Wit...Slammin’ Beats...and Youthful Exuberance...Red-Headed Boogie Child...Its name inspired by the absence and hunger for an exciting, authentic, groove-driven melodic sound that was missing from the music scene.

The recipe starts with an incredible variety of deep-seated grooves that make your whole body move. Then add songs drenched with infectious melodies, citing influences from Sly & The Family Stone, Squeeze, and Steely Dan to Jamiroquai, Sublime, and Maroon 5. Mix in a truckload of unbridled enthusiasm, and you have RHBC. They have found a way to naturally blend classic and neo-soul dance grooves, catchy-yet-sophisticated pop hooks, and modern rock into a sound of their own. The result is an energetic blend that is never stiff or contrived. Boogie Child is the real deal.

Sounds great!...but what else has this band done? How about over 600 live performances...three amazing CDs of original material...being selected out of 800 regional bands to perform at Philadelphia’s legendary Trocadero Club in Disc Makers’ Independent Music World Series...opening up for BB King and Buddy Guy at New Jersey’s 10,000-seat PNC Bank Arts Center.

Lead vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Don Lee and drummer/vocalist Ken Masson co-founded RHBC a few years back, bringing their unique brand of rock-n-soul and funk-n-roll to the masses. In 2004, bassist Ryan "Bones" Hackett and vocalist/percussionist/flutist Karen Cassidy joined the fold, cementing the current lineup. Keyboardist Sir Dennis Nanton and saxophonist Steve Hackett occasionally jam with the band at live shows.

Visit RHBC on MySpace - http://myspace.com/redheadedboogiechild


***NEWS - MAY 2006***

After ten years, three CDs, countless live performances, and numerous lineup changes, Red-Headed Boogie Child has broken up. All of the members have gone on to other projects.

Don Lee is now recording and performing as a solo artist. Visit him on MySpace - http://myspace.com/donleesounds

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