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Pink Eagles

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The Pink Eagles started with an (unofficial) EP In A Weekend project recorded at Queensize studios April 26-28 2013 by Andy Fry with Vess Ruhtenberg helping. The Pink Eagles are: Simon Hanstad, Finn Swingley and Jeb Banner with Devon Ashley (drummer extraordinaire). 

Simon, Finn and Jeb have been playing together in various configurations for about 20 years. This is their best work to date.


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Recorded at Queensize studios April 26-28 2013. Recorded by Andy Fry with help from Vess Ruhtenberg and Jeb. Produced by the Pink Eagles with Andy and Vess helped out some too with that as well when Andy had to go to play practice. 
Finn Swingley: vocals (2,5), all pianos, guitars, percussion, backing vocals
Simon Hanstad: vocals (1,4), guitars, bass on 5, percussion, backing vocals
Jeb Banner: vocals (3,6), bass on all but 5, guitars, percussion
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Devon Ashley: drums
Andy Fry: backing vocals
Jorma Whittaker: whoops and feedback

 

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