Se7en South, a northeast Pennsylvania studio band has released their second album titled : Alblumo Duo “Harmless Little Radio Waves”. The 21 track CD features a wide range of music for all ages. From local tounge in cheek (a band signature) to blues, swing, as well as ballads, this CD flows like the spin of a radio dial and is full of variety. Included in this format is a PSA, which the band takes very seriously. The 60 second PSA draws attention to the importance of parental guidance for kids on the internet. “It was the tragic Megan Meier’s story that shook all of us to the core as to what the cyber world is capable of, and awareness was the only thing we had in our arsenal. We wrote and produced it and built the radio CD around it. We are hopeful every radio station will find a hole in their schedule to run it, and often,” Se7en South band member Kevin McGroarty stated. “Our mission was to create a variety album that any traditional or web radio station might find something to fit their catagory, but the PSA is something we hope every single one will utilize.”
Based out of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, Se7en South Formed in 1996 with original line up of Nick “the Captain” Prokopchak (percussion), Mark Bodgin (guitar), Kevin McGroarty (guitar/vocals), James Frushon (keyboards) From 1997-98, the band opened for such acts as The Groundhogs, Beetle Juice (both of Howard Stern Fame), and Magic Mickey and the Manooka Horns. Following the departure of Bodgin on guitar, George Stuscavage (former guitarist of the Barloards) joined and appears on the first album: Alblumo Uno. In 2005, SE7EN SOUTH performed St. Patrick’s Night at Patte’s Sports Bar in Wilkes- Barre, featured west-coast famed female vocalist/guitarist and friend E.B. Nickels. The event had patrons dancing on booth table tops, as well as benches. Damages exceeded adult beverage sales and the band was black listed in area entertainment. “BitterSweet.” was the band’s only public statement. Released in 2006, Alblumo Uno first’s radio single Jane Adonizio featured studio assistance by bassist David Cupano. A tributet the local area newscaster and journalist. The single cut “Mr. Jesus” was added to the manufacturers compilation disc and distributed by Oasis. Turning to the studio, scheduling for the second album (Alblumo Duo) conflicted with touring dates of percussionist Nick “the Captain” Prokopchack who was booked with a progressive ambient band thru India and South Korea. “Pepper” Watkins, studio musician, sat in for percusion on Alblumo Duo ( January 2007) . The avenue of country flavor was introduced on the new album and debuts 17 year old-violinist Kyle Hiedacavage on three tracks Wyoming, Judy Zee, and Kentucky Diva. Diva has gained attention of the manufacturing partner is scheduled for an Oasis Records compilation release in early 2008. Alblumo Uno and Duo are released through Socially Awkward School Girl Records, the band’s private label.
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