Rock Band Narcoleptic Spiders® Releases New CD
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) January 15, 2014. Rock Band Narcoleptic Spiders has announced the release of its new CD "Girls" in support of its appearance on the Phoenix rock scene. Girls is available at 95+ digital retailers including iTunes and Amazon.
January 17, 2014 (Newswire.com) -
Producer, singer, songwriter Bobby Olander
and Narcoleptic Spiders is proud to announce the release of his newest
full-length LP Girls. Narcoleptic Spiders is comprised of world class
musicians who have moved to Phoenix and have started playing together
constantly throughout Phoenix.
The album's title and most of the songs were inspired by a lifetime
of relationships that formed a coherent collection. The music is
classic rock inspired with catchy lyrics and infectious grooves that
warrant listening to over and over again.
Girls Track Listing
1. Longest Mile
2. One More Night
3. Daddy's Little Girl
4. One and Only
5. Crash and Burn
6. When I'm With You
7. Looking Good Tonight
8. Believe in Me
Narcoleptic Spiders is:
Bobby Olander, Vocalist. Bobby has been performing since age ten
Early in his career he fronted metal band Emerald City,
and rock band The Connection in which he jammed with Bob Weir,
opened for Rick Derringer, and played with Pappo's Blues Band in
Argentina. Before moving to Arizona he traveled with T-Bone Walker's
harmonica player Paul Cantrel where he learned how to front a blues
band from one of the best. As the front man for Narcoleptic Spiders
Bobby draws from a repertoire of hundreds of songs of all genre's as
the foundation for Narc Spider's unique and original sound.
Gal Drimmer, Guitarist. Originally from Israel, Gal has been playing
music his entire life. He graduated from Berklee College of Music and
plays technically at a level that only a handful of guitarists in
Phoenix can. Gal is proficient in all styles of music including rock,
blues, country, and folk which provides endless layers of diversity
to the mix.
Trace Mortimer, Bassist. Tracy is simply amazing. He can sing and
play almost anything. He obtained a formal music education through
Musician's Institute (BIT). He has performed nationally with Sugarloaf
("Green Eyed Lady") and Alligator Records artist Long John Hunter
as well as Phoenix's own Arizona Blues Project.
Perry Senn, Drummer. Perry is back again in Phoenix after 12 years
playing in Los Angeles. He has toured with major and Indie label
artists in U.S., Europe and Canada. Perry has also recorded on
national recordings- Opened for numerous major acts.
Together they are able to play originals and covers in ways that are
unique, interesting and very entertaining. Narcoleptic Spiders is talented
and a band worth seeing.
You can catch Narcoleptic Spiders this month in Arizona at multiple
Phoenix venues including Bogey's in Tempe, Rula Bula in Tempe,
Old Town Tavern in Scottsdale, Catch 22 in north Phoenix, Tim Finnegan's off
in Phoenix, Tempo Bar in Buckeye and The Raven Golf Club at Verrado.
For a full listing of tour dates and to listen to their music go