Tuesday, 6 October 2009

Unlucky Fried Kitten In The Studio

Well Well Well
Unlucky Fried Kitten are in the studio this month...to do 4 songs for their next album due for release in 2010.
The current Unlucky Fried Kitten line-up is:

Lee Palmer...bass
Andy Export...singer
James Hayward...drums
James Palmer...guitar

The songs for October are:


It's been a lively few months for Unlucky Fried Kitten with gigs at The Good Intent in Rochester, The Cherry Tree in Maidstone, The Westcourt Arms in Gillingham, The Command House in Chatham and Brenchley Gardens...on the bandstand...in Maidstone.

Unlucky Fried Kitten are also featured on the compilation album from the Medway Eyes group. The 20-track album....available for a free download from Medway Eyes is called ME1. It celebrates the ME group's first birthday and features a whole host of the finest talents from the Medway Towns. A free e-zine...packed with articles and photographs...is also up for FREE download at Medway Eyes.

Monday, 5 October 2009

ME1 - A Medway Eyes Compilation

Unlucky Fried Kitten are proud to have been featured on the ME1 Medway Eyes compilation album...featuring Lupen Crook, The Bresslaws, The Lovedays, Didi Bergman, Burn Paper Tigers, Stuart Turner, The Vandebilts, The Shagmonroes, Groovy Uncle, The Ambience, Unlucky Fried Kitten, The Flowing, Archie Wah Wahs, Slap Alice, Bob Collins, Wheels, Falling Lucid, The Deccas, Justin Fun, Rich Clark & Reavsey.
The album is available for free down load from the Medway Eyes group.
A huge thanks to Phil Dillon and Lisa Dillon for creating this...and a huge thanks, too, to all the people involved....including to my lovely wife, Rio.
The whole Medway Eyes Birthday Bundle is available for free download.
Medway Eyes is growing nicely...and has a far-reaching reputation..even with valuable contribution from as far afield as Australia...in the shape of musician and rock scribesman, Nigel Leitch. (aka Pizt)
(this blog entry was written by Andy Export of Unlucky Fried Kitten...and does not necessarily reflect the view of the Medway Eyes group)