Former MORDRED Singer Rocking Out With THE HI-NOBLES
THE HI-NOBLES, a new outfit featuring former MORDRED vocalist Scott Holderby alongside guitarist Greg Ingraham of the underground punk legends THE AVENGERS, is about to release its debut album via Zaentz Records. The CD, titled "Shake", is described as "a retro-style record, recalling the 1960s garage/soul era with a new millennium twist." Music Connection magazine noted it was "perfect for 'Little Steven's Underground Garage'" while giving the CD a solid thumbs up in its latest issue.
THE HI-NOBLES has scheduled a series of shows to kick off the release of the album, including a CD-release party at Annie's Social Club in San Francisco on Friday, October 2.
Upcoming THE HI-NOBLES shows:
Oct. 02 - Annie's Social Club - San Francisco, CA
Oct. 10 - Southern Fried Chicken Fest @ Mission Rock Cafe - San Francisco, CA
Oct. 20 - Dragonfly - Los Angeles, CA
Oct. 30 - Bottom Of The Hill - San Francisco, CA
For information, visit www.myspace.com/thehinobles.
Photo credit: Shannon Corr
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