Come Here Go Away
- Artist: G-Spot
- Format: CD
- Release Date:10/26/2004
Come Here... G-Spot has been on the Indie music scene for more then nine years, fueled by the passion & relentless dedication of their founder & lead singer, Gail Silverman. With her original bass player, Donald Dixon, loyally by her side, the band & music continue to grow & flourish! G-Spot has released two CDs, Experience the Pleasure & Come Here Go Away, with their second release G-Spot really hit their stride. Come Here Go Away is a punky, rock-pop, hi-energy wild roller coaster ride that takes it's listeners from one peak to the next, leaving them catching their breath, & wanting to go back on the ride again & again. It's got a vibe that's as much No Doubt as it is the Donnas, but has an attitude & an edge reminiscent of rock divas such as Joan Jett. Both CDs as well as their live performances have received rave reviews. The TV & film industry has been taking notice of G-Spot; their song Hey Creator was featured in the premiere episode of the A&E series Lonestar Rollergirls. In addition, songs Revolutionary & Even the Mighty Fall were placed in the Independent feature film, Just Another Romantic Wrestling Comedy and they were recently selected to be featured in a new TV series called Rockin' Kitchen. G-Spot has also been a featured artist at gogirlsmusic.com & femmuse.com & they have generated airplay on many college stations in NY & NJ. G-Spot held the coveted slot on Long Island's #1 Rock station, WBAB 102.3's Homegrown show; they spun the title track: Come Here, Go Away, the anti-industry anthem Revolutionary & the hot & sexy Harley Song. G-Spot has also been featured multiple times on The Jersey Rock Radio Show (WRAT 95.9FM) & WVBR's Last Exit For Lost among others. In their live show Gail's a siren, commanding the audience's attention by juxtaposing her sassy wit & her naked vulnerability, her magnetism & her enlightenment, her wrath & her passion, with a no-holds barred delivery of emotion. With a fantastic team of musicians backing her up including Donald Dixon on bass of course, Phil Bloom on drums & Ed Kuri on lead guitar this band explodes on stage. G-Spot plays regularly at many of NYC & the East Coast's hottest rock clubs. In 2002, Gail created Revolutionary Records, to support G-Spot & other independent artists, creating an environment where bands collaborate to showcase & bring to the surface fantastic under-the-radar talent. One of their initial efforts was the Girls Rock & Girls Rule Showcase, recently celebrating their 5th Anniversary in NYC. In 2007, Girls Rock & Girls Rule hits the road featuring G-Spot & the East Coast's most rockin' femmes. This year's tour will hit 13 cites with a portion of the proceeds to benefit Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls. More info @ myspace.com/girlsrockgirlsrule. Expect to hear a lot more about G-Spot and Girls Rock & Girls Rule then you can say, "I told you so" when you predicted they'd be the next most anticipated & hottest thing on the indie music scene! Remember all we ask is you "experience the pleasure" Now...Go Away! Or better yet by the album!
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