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AN ECLECTIC CELTIC SOUL

Once a year, in New York City, the St. Pats For All Parade rides through Sunnyside/Woodside, Queens.

Please come out and support diversity this Sunday, March 2, 2014. Swami G. will guest appear again this year on drums, along with Traditional Irish Music performers, creating a sonic exhibition of the parade’s eclectic Celtic soul.

Also, Brian Fleming (world class Irish percussionist) is breaking his mold with a one man laugh riot called, “Have Yis No Homes To Go To” this Thursday, March 28 at The Cell Theatre NYC, located @ 338 West 23rd St. Showtime scheduled for 7:30pm start.

WBAI’s (99.5FM NYC) long running radio program, RADIO FREE EIREANN will be broadcasting a live Irish trad seisiun (session) next Saturday, March 1, 2014 from 1 to 2pm. Swami G., Brian Fleming, & other guest musicians will surely “lift the floor” off of Rocky Sullivan’s pub in Red Hook, Brooklyn, USA.

Lastly, check out our new photo gallery pages entitled “MiXeD-uP,” & “stpatsforall.”

 

Swami G. on 3rd year of 5 year “Lennon Break,” Jones on Tour with Mephiskapheles & Therlin ???

The Mixed Signals all together missed out on 2013.

Swami has been busy catching up on 20 years of domesticity, while Jones has reunited with his 90′s pop sensation, Satanic Ska group: Mephiskapheles.

You can catch Jones fronting with the band in Hawaii this coming February 8, 2014.  

Therlin V. James has vanished off the face of earth.

Rumor has it that he’s still alive, and you can reach him @ http://www.facebook.com/themixedsignals

A video for “THE NEW U.S.A” has been recently been released on Youtube.

Another one for “Blue” will follow just in time for Valentine’s. Blue is the best song to lament over lost loves just before you pull the trigger, but the video is sure to add sparkle to the blackest of hearts.

Ben Elliot (Grammy Award Winning Engineer/Producer) of Showplace Studios has not decided what to do with The Mixed Signals 2nd unreleased playlist who’s working title was, “Bi-Polar Radio.” Jones created some fancy art work two years ago that strangely resembles Pearl Jam’s latest record cover. F*cking biters!