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Weddings in Louisville
  • Artist: Beau Alquizola
  • UPC: 659696222922
  • Item #: SRD622292
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 5/18/2010
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Price: $16.03
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Weddings in Louisville on CD

The Beau Band - Beau Alquizola (lead & background vocals), J Matt Retherford (drums & percussion), Ben Schummer (guitars & background vocals), Joan Schneder (background vocals), Sharon Udoh (keyboards) & Noah Diamond (bass) All songs produced & engineered by Jeff Perholtz (jperholtz@insightbb.com). Except 'It Hit Me So Hard (In Finite Wisdom Mix)' produced & engineered by J Soul (SolCollector@tampabay.rr.com). All songs recorded at Studio Cozy - Tri-State Productions | 333 Western Ave | Covington, KY 41011. Except 'It Hit Me So Hard (In Finite Wisdom Mix)' recorded at the Mental Asylum - Tampa, FL. album photography by Stephen Boyd (djempirical@djempirical.com) artwork, layout & website by Dan Hess (dan@venisproductions.com) (published April 21, 2010) Saturday night at Molly Malone's in Covington, The Beau Alquizola Band (pictured) celebrates it's new album, Weddings in Louisville, with the solid support bill of Kyle English, Messerly and Ewing and Mike Fair and the Adventure Seekers. Alquizola - who got his professional start singing Soul and R&B in Florida - has shown his strengths on previous releases, showcasing one of the strongest honey-dipped voices in local music and a firm grasp on songwriting. On Weddings (his first effort since 2006's Unbalanced, Alquizola's debut release with his band), Alquizola and Co. add a more evident Rock element to their soulful, poppy core, with a few more upbeat songs and teethier guitars. Weddings is also a testament to the strength of Alquizola's backing band of deft local aces, including pianist Sharon Udoh and singer Joan Schneder, whose presence as a harmony singer/duet partner reinforces the already sturdy vocals and draws more attention to the muscular melodies. -Mike Breen (Cincinnati CityBeat)