One of The Cow's best and brightest Greg Boerner (pronounced "burner") is back in the studio starting the recording process for his third album with us (his fourth solo release). It's been a few years and we're excited to have him back in. The album is still in the developing stages but the initial plan is to go for a more stripped down feel on this album so it will feel closer to the sound of his live shows. Greg tours the midwest with his singer songwriter style and his enthusiasm shines through his un-tameable foot and hands and his emotional lyrics. You can buy his CD's and find out when he's playing at www.gregboerner.com
Singer Courtney Jay came to Apocalypse Cow to record vocals on a couple of our own pop songs. While she was here she also sang the National Anthem for an audition to sing at live stadiums. Courtney has a voice that ranges from pop to country to opera. You can find out more about her before she becomes a nationwide name at www.myspace.com/courtneyjay90
Jazz Hooligans has officially finished their latest CD. You can hear their five cover tunes on their website at www.jazzhooligans.com/
Wes Lee K of First Star Destiny is continuing to come in to record backing tracks for his solo live shows. He has teamed up with Marklund and has been doing cross promotion shows where everyone benefits. Find out more about his upcoming tour to Minnesota at www.myspace.com/firststardestiny
Rock band Audio Content is doing the final tweaks and edits for their full length before sending it off to get mastered. This has been a long awaited album and will be well worth the wait. The songs are full of guitar textures with huge soaring vocals that will make your heart race.
Gloom Sprinkles is just about done with their album "Dead Cool" as well. Their debut CD has been years and years in the making, with enough fizzy and fuzzy guitars and spacey vocals to make even The Jesus and Mary Chain jealous. Gloom Sprinkles will be released on Artichoke Records soon. www.artichokerecords.com
Punk rock band The Pink Skulls is creating more songs in the studio as well. If the Ramones and The Clash are your cup of tea, The Pink Skulls will be too. They are planning a Halloween themed album so let your vampire and zombie friends know.