At the Jet Bar in Mill Creek our unofficial CD release with The Spinning Whips and Blackout Media. Why unofficial? Because we had our fingers crossed hoping to have our CD’s back in time to have hard copies available for sale by this Friday but looks like we won’t make that deadline. It’s all good
THE KETTLE BLACK Debut LP from C-Leb & the Kettle Black. Literal blood, sweat and tears creating our first 10 song album. Our shared reflection of life and all the pleasures and pains that go with it. Please purchase an download copy located directly to the right of this post (or click on the album
So its been a hell of a year, we wrote songs, practiced regular, named the band, launched a website, produced a video, debuted our sound, had a good friend step up to executive produce our album, added a member, traveled the NW playing, spent 17 days in the studio and are getting ready to release
C-Leb & the Kettle Black workin’ it out at Eminence Studios in north Seattle…watchin’ the leaves fall and ropin’ iguanas! The “Rawn-ya” is flowin’ like the rivers of the Capistrano, and the frequencies are swirling. Collective debut of C-Leb & the Kettle Black beginning to arrive ..HOLD TIGHT! Cheers
So we’ve had some great shows lately on the road to our album. The Tractor was awesome! Thanks Mark Eskenazi for the photos and Jesse’s family for showing up in full. We could almost name every member in the crowd. Right after that we played The Jet Bar & Grill in Mill Creek, and Stever
for those in the know … post it everywhere. your about to see a lot more of it.
Finally we finished it. Thank you Michael Proffit for directing the video. Stephanie and Dan for letting us use their rooftop apartment to shoot the vid. Matt Stegner for hooking me up with legitimate versions of the editing software, and Cheree for letting me use her mac to produce the project. It took longer than
Heres some screenshots of the music video of “Can’t Get That Low.” In the middle of finishing up the audio and keying in time lapse clouds to replace the typical dirty, dingy, dark and grey Seattle clouds … which is great on its own, just really depressing. Should be done soon can’t wait to show