Aug 11, 2011 Atlantic Records
Standup comic and spoken word performer Bobby Gaylor was born and raised in Boston, juxtaposing his duties as guitarist in a series of failed local bands with day jobs, including gravedigging and pizza delivery. Gaylor moved to LA in the early ’90s, working as a writer on the sitcom Roseanne and appearing on TV shows and small films before he decided to set his standup act to music. He connected with two of his friends, composer/guitarist Marc Bonilla and musician/engineer Michael Scott, and created the spoken word/rock debut album Fuzzatonic Scream, which featured the life-affirming surprise hit single “Suicide.” Both were released in early 2000 on Atlantic Records.
Jun 10, 2011 Record Label
EXCLUSIVE: PS Classics Will Record A Minister’s Wife With Bobby Steggert, Marc Kudisch and Kate Fry
Lincoln Center Theater’s Off-Broadway production of A Minister’s Wife, the musical adaptation of George Bernard Shaw’s Candida with a score by Joshua Schmidt and Jan Tranen, will be recorded by PS Classics for a late summer release.
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