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Pinewood Derby

Pinewood Derby

Pinewood Derby


1. Pinewood Derby is a band from the greater Boston area. They are currently working on their first release on Undress Me Records, a self-produced ten song LP, to be recorded in the late summer of 2006. The songs posted on this website are preliminary demo versions of some of the material - they will all be reworked and rerecorded for the disc. They are currently working on making their live performance as flawless as possible before really going out there and playing lots of shows. Read more on Last.fm
1. Pinewood Derby is a band from the greater Boston area. They are currently working on their first release on Undress Me Records, a self-produced ten song LP, to be recorded in the late summer of 2006. The songs posted on this website are preliminary demo versions of some of the material - they will all be reworked and rerecorded for the disc.

They are currently working on making their live performance as flawless as possible before really going out there and playing lots of shows. About the members: Jack Ludden - writes the songs and produces them on a modest (but expanding) home studio setup. In live performances Jack plays guitar, pedal steel guitar, and sings backup for Maryn. Maryn Jones - is the lead singer and the indie-babe. Josh Staines - plays the bass guitar, and offers up some rich harmovox as well. Mikey O'Leary - rocks the axe like it isn't even a thang, and offers up some rich harmovox as well. Steve Trageser - plays all kinds of drums. http://www.pinewoodderbymusic.com/ http://www.myspace.com/pinewoodderby/ 2. Pinewood Derby were a punk band from Indiana active in the late ninties. They released one album, The Eighteenth Emergency, on Whitehouse Records.

Whitehouse was run by Adam White who also played guitar and sang in Pinewood Derby. 3. Pinewood Derby was a indie punk band from Phoenix Arizona in the late 1990s and early 2000s. They released a split EP with Fightshy. Tracks included Make A Wish, Playing Catchup and Not Tonight, Not Ever.

The 3-piece band included Clay Rogers on Bass, Jency Rogers on Drums (yes, they were married at the time) and Clay Whipkey on Guitar. Clay Whipkey went on to form a more mellowed out version of the band called English Accent. See http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/2001-07-12/music/mom-and-pop-rocks/ Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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