Del Rivers



WU Reader Frank Stamm kindly introduces us to the music of Del Rivers. Mr. Stamm further enlightens us:

A cover story was done on Del in Rochester’s alternative newspaper City
News in 2001 that said of him “the list of musicians he's worked with
reads like a who's-who of Rochester garage rock: Cousin Al, Insiders,
Fadeaways, It's My Party, Fertility Rite Brothers, McFadden's Parachute,
Fugitives, Earthlings.” Del has been backed back by some of Rochester’s
best musicians, and has turned out a list of singles over the years that
place him at the head of the pack: “Second in Line”, “Soul Chaser”,
“She Walks Like a Robot”.

After taking a detour for a few years into comedy and acting, he has found
a new band that matches his musical sensibilities, Fudge Club. They have
released three music videos now: “Duesenberg (All The Way)”, the
controversial “Ape Farmers”, and now the new single, “Wacky Bushy
Pine-ackles”.

It’s never too late to jump on the Del bandwagon! Del Rivers will field
all questions at jamesbulmahn@hotmail.com He will answer questions about
his new work, old work, or his problems with women.


Thanks, Frank! I think.....
Posted By: Paul - Fri Mar 25, 2011
Category: Music, Regionalism, Outsider Art, Reader Recommendation


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Comments
not my type of music but not too bad either. fudge club...nah, too easy. cheese
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 03/25/11 at 09:55 AM
There's another 45sec gone down the drain!
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 03/25/11 at 10:05 AM
hee hee scout LOL
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 03/25/11 at 10:45 PM
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