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Central PA Musicians perform the music of The Pretenders at Stage on Herr

Harrisburg, PA – The Susan Giblin Foundation for Animal Wellness and Welfare, and the Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center present an evening of Central PA musicians performing the music of The Pretenders.  The show will take place the Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center’s Stage on Herr, on Saturday December 18th. Admission is $7.  All Proceeds will benefit The Susan Giblin Foundation.

The show, which will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the release of the 1st Pretenders album, will feature members of The Jellybricks, Wayne Supergenius, The Martini Brothers, American Posse, and several others, each performing a handful of hits from The Pretenders’ 30 year career.  Capping the show will be Parallax Project, who will perform the landmark debut album in its entirety, aided by a trio of guest singers.

Released in January of 1980, the first album by Ohio native Chrissie Hynde and her band of English backing musicians is widely regarded as one of the greatest debuts in all of rock and roll.  The album yielded such hits as “Brass in Pocket”, “Kid”, and “Stop Your Sobbing”, and the band followed it with several lengthy tours of the US.  A show by the original lineup at the Harrisburg Forum in 1982 is still considered a watershed moment for a number of local musicians, many of whom will be performing in this show.  The Hynde-led Pretenders have enjoyed an illustrious hit-filled career, now in its 4th decade, and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2005.

Big Show!!! December 5th with THE FLESHTONES!!

Fall 2009 - We are pleased to report that the entire Parallax Project catalog is now available at CD Baby, the world's best and coolest online independent music store. You can view all of our releases on one page, and you can purchase either digital downloads or a good ol' traditional CD (or both!).

In other news, we had such a fantastic time at our CD release party at the wonderful Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center. Guest musicians, beautiful girls in party dresses and one packed house! But don't take our word for it, see for yourself here!!

We're going to be closing out our very fun and eventful year with one final show, with the legendary Fleshtones!! We did a few shows with them last year, and they are always on top of their game. It's at the Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center on Saturday, December 5th, and it's goign to be a Super-rock extravaganza. you don't want to miss this one!!

We hope everyone has a great holiday season! Be safe, be happy, and be rockin'...

Press Release!!!!

SEWELL, NJ – KoolKat Musik is pleased to announce the release of I Hate Girls, the 3rd album from Parallax Project.  The Central PA based band will be celebrating the release with a special performance at the Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center Stage on Herr on Saturday, August 29, 2009 at 9:00 PM.  Admission is free.  For more information please visit

I Hate Girls, the band’s first effort for KoolKat Musik, is the product of a chance meeting with one of the band’s biggest musical heroes, producer/songwriter Don Dixon, who as producer for R.E.M., The Smithereens, and Counting Crows,  is widely regarded as one of the architects of modern alternative music.  Recorded in just 3 sessions, the album features explosive work from 80’s guitar hero Eddie Munoz (The Plimsouls), varied musical contributions from Dixon himself, and a special vocal appearance from Marti Jones, whose string of critically acclaimed albums for A&M and RCA in the 1980’s were produced by Mr. Dixon.

In addition to the original material on I Hate Girls, the band has also released a bonus companion album of cover songs that have been recorded over the span of their 7 year career.  Entitled Sleeping with the Enemy, it contains songs by The Who, The Kinks, ELO, XTC, The Velvet Underground, The Faces, Dr. Feelgood, et al, and features guest appearances by underground rock legend Cyril Jordan (The Flamin’ Groovies) and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Clem Burke (Blondie).