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Groove Birds Biography
The Groovebirds are: Rod Coleman-Drums, Vocals Tracy J-Bass, Vocals Phil Carroll-Keyboards, Vocals The Groovebirds began their musical journey as a rhythm section/duo (Rod Coleman & Tracy J.) in 2013.  Their first two singles, "Backs of Birds" and "Delila & Samson," were released in 2014.  The tracks were recorded and mixed at Gung-Ho Studio by Billy Barnett (whose notable projects include the Cherry Poppin' Daddies' Platinum smash CD, "Zoot Suit Riot"), and were mastered in Portland, Oregon by Ryan Foster.         In 2015, the duo re-released these tracks, along with four others recorded by Stephan Bayley at Way Out West Studio in Portland, as their first CD project entitled, "Singles."  Two songs from the compilation, "Backs of Birds" and "Time Waits For No One," received regular airplay on the Portland Metro Records internet radio show, "Fire Mondays."  Another track from the CD, "Nothing To Say," was subsequently added to the rotations and aired on internet radio stations in Australia and the UK.  Tracy J's "Delila & Samson," however, has received the highest reviews overall, and has produced the most single-song revenue for The Groovebirds to date.  In the fall of 2015, Rod Coleman and Tracy J. embarked on their first tour as a duo through the Rockies and West Canyons area of the U.S.  After traversing nine states with stops in Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada and California, they played a series of concerts and shows in the Portland metro area as a trio with Phil Carroll on keys. In January of 2016, Phil Carroll officially joined the band, and as a trio The Groovebirds returned to Gung-Ho Studio and recorded two additional tracks, "Strange" and "Dry As A Bone," which were subsequently combined with the "Singles" tracks and released as "Looking In From The Outside" on May 1st.  This CD project, which includes guest performances by Christine and Chad McAllister of Bees In A Bottle and studio guitarist, Jon Edmondson, is currently available through the band's website, at most online retailers, at Music Millenium and Everyday Music in Portland, and at all of the band's live performances. The Groovebirds are currently preparing new material for their next CD, while continuing to perform live as a trio and/or with other artists in the Pacific Northwest.
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The Groovebirds are: Rod Coleman-Drums, Vocals Tracy J-Bass, Vocals Phil Carroll-Keyboards, Vocals The Groovebirds began their musical journey as a rhythm section/duo (Rod Coleman & Tracy J.) in 2013.  Their first two singles, "Backs of Birds" and "Delila & Samson," were released in 2014.  The tracks were recorded and mixed at Gung-Ho Studio by Billy Barnett (whose notable projects include the Cherry Poppin' Daddies' Platinum smash CD, "Zoot Suit Riot"), and were mastered in Portland, Oregon by Ryan Foster.         In 2015, the duo re-released these tracks, along with four others recorded by Stephan Bayley at Way Out West Studio in Portland, as their first CD project entitled, "Singles."  Two songs from the compilation, "Backs of Birds" and "Time Waits For No One," received regular airplay on the Portland Metro Records internet radio show, "Fire Mondays."  Another track from the CD, "Nothing To Say," was subsequently added to the rotations and aired on internet radio stations in Australia and the UK.  Tracy J's "Delila & Samson," however, has received the highest reviews overall, and has produced the most single-song revenue for The Groovebirds to date.  In the fall of 2015, Rod Coleman and Tracy J. embarked on their first tour as a duo through the Rockies and West Canyons area of the U.S.  After traversing nine states with stops in Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada and California, they played a series of concerts and shows in the Portland metro area as a trio with Phil Carroll on keys. In January of 2016, Phil Carroll officially joined the band, and as a trio The Groovebirds returned to Gung-Ho Studio and recorded two additional tracks, "Strange" and "Dry As A Bone," which were subsequently combined with the "Singles" tracks and released as "Looking In From The Outside" on May 1st.  This CD project, which includes guest performances by Christine and Chad McAllister of Bees In A Bottle and studio guitarist, Jon Edmondson, is currently available through the band's website, at most online retailers, at Music Millenium and Everyday Music in Portland, and at all of the band's live performances. The Groovebirds are currently preparing new material for their next CD, while continuing to perform live as a trio and/or with other artists in the Pacific Northwest.
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