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Sleepy Hollow have sold thousands of copies of their EP and "Goin' Over" full-length CD worldwide since their inception in 1999. They are a tough group to label - delving in the realms of Acid Rock, Prog, and Metal, with passages more reminiscent of jazz or classical than rock music. The main lineup of Guitar, Bass, Drums, and Keyboards (with band members sharing vocal duties) is often augmented by instances of acoustic folky or classical instruments, such as flute. Their long-awaited album "Legend" - featuring an eclectic 2 hrs. of music - has been released July 2010, following a one-disc "heavy metal" version (featuring alternate mixes and non-album tracks) entitled "the Lazarus Project" out December 2008.
Guitarist Matt "the Mole" Schwarz performs solo at Renaissance Faires and elsewhere, playing traditional ballads and early music on harp, guitar, mandola, flute, recorder, etc. He has released a CD of acoustic folk songs (traditional and original) and one of solo harp instrumentals. He also performs and records with Sarabande (who combine Renaissance music with Irish jigs & reels and wild gypsy tunes) and as a somemes guest of Castle Musicale (a medieval/renaissance group), and plays harp in the Castle Rock Orchestra.
a little taste of Joe Dell's soon to be released book titled Goin' Over
June 5, 2013
‘A man stood in the center of Times Square at high noon slowly removing his clothing. The middle aged man then stood there as passer bys made gestures and sneered at his present presence. One man covered the eyes of his lady companion, obviously intimidated by the size differential within his manhood. As the said man looked at his own flesh he began to consider all the trouble it had gotten him into up to that point. So, he squatted down and reached into the left pocket of his crumpled up jeans that lay at his feet and produced a rather large pair of scissors and proceeded to cut through his fleshy surface starting at his crotch and moving his way up and throughout the extended limbs. Once complete the elastic costume fell to the ground leaving an array of fibrous tissue exposed. He then flexed his muscle and realized the surrounding people were not impressed so he continued his assault upon his own body and proceeded to cut through the expanded fibers. These were a slight bit more difficult to remove. Tearing at the material, the man eventually had removed the last of the muscular tissue leaving a tall thin skeleton standing in the middle of Time Square. A small Cocker Spaniel that was being walked by a young woman with blonde hair well endowed in the right areas began to nibble on the left toe of the pathetic remnants. Worried for her beloved pet’s safety, she tugged at the light pink leash leading it far enough out of harm’s way. Suspecting the protective casing was useless to the vital organs the skeleton was casing, the concerned man tore at the skeletal frame, breaking the center of the rib cage causing the structure to fall limp less to the ground with only his heart remaining, elevated in the air, in the center of Times Square. A young lady glanced at the floating, pulsing organ and then turned to her friend and stated, “What a useless thing that is!”’
Joe Dell starts auditions for new project!
June 5, 2013
Joe Dell has started the auditions for his new side project. He informed us that he had an ex-marine by the name of Troy come down and audition. He was a true gentleman and was Joe's pleasure. They grew up on the same music and Joe feels that there may me work to be doen with him in the future. Joe still continues to search for more musicians. More as the story developes.
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Joe Dell creates new comic strip!
May 19, 2013
Above is the youtube link to the video that houses several of the new comic strips Joe Dell has created with his cousin Rob Morosca. The comic strip is based off of Joe Dell's father who was a manic depressive who always saw the dark lining to the cloud. The strips are filled with classic comical timing and is lacking the sexual perversions of todays humor. Joe and his cousin have found the nitch to bring back the clean humor of the past with modern flavors and twists. You will enjoy this sampling as the two search out the right publisher for their new work.