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Good Time Had By All
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Good Time Had By All on CD

'And so we begin" No frills, no charades... Boys from Recreation Park make simple, catchy, and fun music. Choruses so gripping you can't scrape them out of your head with a cheese grater, Rec Park melds punk brevity, pop sensibility, and rock fundamentals into instant hits and anthems. Fronted by sometimes arrogant, sometimes funny, and always talented singer Greg Brayman (The Soul Merchants), brothers Marc (The Unlucky Few) and Charlie (Sacriphant) McShane weave infectious guitar hooks over honest, short, and irresistible rock songs layered with soaring harmonies and spirited sing-a-longs. With the rhythm of bassist Ghordo (Abstain CT) and the eclectic "never-the-same-way-twice" percussion of drummer Bill Pruchnicki (The Noise), you have a band that writes music they want to write and everyone needs to hear. Having spent months in the studio, Boys from Recreation Park have concluded production on their debut, 11 song CD "A Good Time Had By All", featuring artwork by Adult Swim (Venture Brothers) artist Jon Roscetti. Rec Park is preparing to aggressively promote their new release, hoping to remove the pokerfaced blah of todays rock music and expand their listenership to all audiences. The Boys, all veterans of the Connecticut hardcore, metal, and rock scenes, have played in many recognizable bands for years. However, they want Boys from Recreation Park to stand on it's own merit.