New Material Coming

August 19, 2008 by  

Yeah back in the studio – this time no recording drums at Mark’s house! We have gone to a real studio – Dragonfly East – to get the drums done better, faster, stronger!

See the Featured Video on the right (same as the one below) – it’s long and boring but it tells some of the story of the hard work it takes to make a record.

Read Mark’s take on the proceedings here: Mark’s Blog

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2 Responses to “New Material Coming”

  1. Morris on August 7th, 2009 10:09 am

    Hey Jimmy and Mark –
    I have been a big fan of KIX since my first show in B’more March of 1988 – I was a student at PIT at the time and when I got back to LA I saw four shows there – total of 17 shows – last one at Big Kahuna in i think 95? Anyway, it’s great to see you guys still rockin and i really appreciate this video that allows your audience to hang out w/ya’ll! I used to hang out and jam like that all the time!

    Thanks for making me a friend on Myspace – I will definitely come out to the next benefit you have for your brother. Mark does the best Entwistle rendition i have heard!

    Hey Jimmy, I met someone that knows your wife. I don’t remember her name now, but she works for a law firm in Hagerstown – and she mentioned that your wife is a court reporter at the court house..? This is relevant because I am a freelance court reporter – or was anyway… I am into doing realtime translation of classroom lectures. Your wife should know what a CART reporter is. That’s what I do, as well as go to school online. You know how everyone goes back to school when the economy is bad…? Mm-hmmm.

    I played in bands as a drummer – my last gig was w/Jon Washington’s Sounds of the Fortunes, out of Vegas. I went across the country four times in three months – decided to come home to DE and put myself back together.

    I wanted to ask – how did you get started in drums? I come from a musical family also. I remember you used to play traditional grip and then changed, why? I have an interest in the “traditional grip” and over the years have been studying two different matched grip styles, french tympani, and traditional. I also remember seeing you play leading w/the left hand on the left hi-hat.
    Also, what type of vocal preparation did you do for KIX? How did you train yourself to sing?

    Peace and thanks for not selling out. I appreciate that in music – especially these days. KIX is standing the test of time and I knew you would. You are a lasting part of American rock music.


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