“Uniquely original! Schenectady’s Gordon St. is one of those bands that will amaze you! A band determined not to repeat themselves in an increasingly homogenous and repetitive rock and pop world. Their self-titled debut is an adventurous mix of genres and styles that will leave you wanting more! GO SEE THEM LIVE!” – Dave Michaels, WE 97.7 FM, Troy, NY
Schenectady, NY Rock and Soul Band, Gordon St., released their debut, full length, self-titled LP in April of 2017.
The new album features eight original tracks including the singles “Right as Rain” and “King of Hearts” in addition to gorgeous original art work on the cover painted by Albany based artist, Josalyn Wilder. Marking a bold step forward for the band, Gordon St. was produced and engineered by Larry DeVivo and recorded at his Silvertone Studios in Upstate, NY.
The band has been acclaimed for their diverse original music and wide array cover songs live in concert. Music Writer Brian McElhiney has described Gordon St.’s sound as a “mix Beatle-esque pop hooks, jam band-influenced tangents and heavy guitar riffs, all to danceable rhythms.”
The band has been writing, recording, and performing together for nearly a decade and are made up of lead vocalist/bassist Dan Noonan, guitarist Ritch Harrigan, and drummer Jason Nowak. Selections from their past releases “Telenovella” and “Electric City” received regular airplay on Capital Region Radio Stations, WEXT, 97.7 FM and WEQX 102.7FM. WEXT also named the group’s singles, “Peggy Beans” and “Motion of the Ocean” as part of their Top 60 Songs of the Local 518 in 2012 and 2014 respectively.
Gordon St. is proud to be part of the Capital Region and have shared the stage with national acts at venues like the WAMC Linda Norris Auditorium, Parish Public House, and the Van Dyck. They’ve also performed as part of the Freedom Park Concert Series in Scotia, Art on Lark Festival, and Lark Fest 2016.
Gordon St.’s music is available for purchase and stream from most digital retailers and streaming services.
- Sep 21WOLF HOLLOWSchenectady