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XmasJamBannerCHRISTMAS JAM ART SHOW @ THE SATELLITE GALLERY
In Conjunction with X-Mas Jam By Day

Featuring Rock & Roll Art and Photography
Opening Reception on Friday, Dec 11, 2015 3-6pm
(Feel free to
RSVP an Facebook)
Showing all X-Mas Jam weekend Dec 12-13th from 11am-6pm
Show runs through Jan 17, 2016, Free!
55 Broadway Street, Asheville, NC

ASHEVILLE, NC — The Satellite Gallery will once again host the Christmas Jam Art Show, with proceeds from art sales donated to the Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity. The show includes exceptional rock & roll art and photography from all over the country, including some from here in Asheville.

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Warren Haynes. Photo by Jay Blakesburg.

There will be an opening reception on Friday, December 11th from 3-6pm, with complimentary refreshments provided. The gallery will be open during the day throughout the Warren Haynes Christmas Jam weekend, December 12-13th from 11am-6pm. Many featured gallery artists and photographers will be in attendance as well. Original art, concert posters, prints, framed prints, and other items will be available with a portion of the proceeds being donated to Habitat for Humanity.

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Artwork on Display from the 2014 Christmas Jam Art Show

Featured artists include Jay Blakesberg Photography, John Warner Studios, Stewart O’Shields, Justin Helton – Status Serigraph, Serlo Studios, Mike DuBois, The Art of Steve Johannsen, Jeff Troldahl, Kirk West Photography, Dino Perrucci, David Oppenheimer – Performance Impressions, Allison Murphy Photography, Robbi Cohn – Dead images, Stuart Engel, Gus Cutty, Topr, David Simchock Photography, and as well intricate carved wood plaques from The Eden’s Rose Foundation! Plus there will be years of Christmas Jam posters from the archives, designed by Jeff Wood, Gary Houston, and many more artists. (See links below to check out their art)

Warren Haynes Presents: The Christmas Jam has benefited Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity since the mid 1990’s with over $1.8 million in donations having translated into many Habitat homes and neighborhoods for families in need of safe, decent and affordable housing.

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John Warner in front of his designs.

Artwork will remain on display at The Satellite Gallery through January 17, 2016. Admission to the Satellite Gallery is free every day! The Satellite Gallery is located at 55 Broadway Street, Asheville, NC.

 

 

Weblinks for the featured rock & roll art and photography:
Jay Blakesberg Photography – www.blakesberg.com
John Warner Studios – www.johnwarnerstudios.com
Stewart O’Shields – www.stewartoshields.com
Justin Helton (Status Serigraph) – www.statusserigraph.com
Serlo Studios – www.serlostudios.blogspot.com
Mike DuBois – www.mikedubois.net
The Art of Steve Johannsen – www.steves-art.com
Jeff Troldahl – www.jeffsart.com
Kirk West Photography – www.kirkwestphotography.com
Dino Perrucci – www.dinoperrucciphotography.blogspot.com
David Oppenheimer (Performance Impressions) – www.performanceimpressions.com
Allison Murphy Photography – www.allisonmurphy.com & www.ruthrocks.com
Robbi Cohn (Dead images) – www.deadimages.com
Stuart Engel – www.stuart-engel.artistwebsites.com
Gus Cutty – www.guscutty.squarespace.com
Topr
David Simchock Photographywww.davidsimchock.com
PLUS intricate carved wood plaques from The Eden’s Rose Foundation! www.edensrose.org

For more information on The Satellite Gallery Christmas Jam art show, please visit www.thesatellitegallery.com.

More Warren Haynes Presents: The Christmas Jam events, updates, and photos at: www.xmasjam.com and www.facebook.com/xmasjam

 

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Mad Tea Party released Rock ‘n’ Roll Ghoul a 4-song EP that is also available on 7″ vinyl this month! It was produced by Greg Cartwright (Reigning Sound, Oblivions). Visit their Bandcamp page to hear, find out more out the recording, see the great art by Gus Cutty, and to order the record (or just buy the downloads).  Start off the season with some new spooky songs!

Rock ‘n’ Roll Ghoul has already gotten a few great reviews. Read them in the Mountain Xpress, on the Sanuk D blog, and Bootleg Mag.

The Mad Tea’s big hometown show is on Friday, October 15th at Stella Blue in Asheville. They’re opening for Mark Sultan and Dr. Filth will be spinning vinyl between acts.

Photo by Michael Traister http://www.traisterphoto.com

You can also catch The Mad Tea Party on 98.1 The River in the 5:00 hour today 10/13!

They will also be in Bruisin’ Ales from 5-7pm tomorrow 10/14 (Thursday) selling records!

Stay up to the minute with The Mad Tea Party on their website, facebook, and  twitter.

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Click the album art to get downloads and the vinyl~

Just in time for Halloween:
Mad Tea Party’s  ROCK N ROLL GHOUL

EP Release events:

Oct 2nd ~ The Pour House ~ Raleigh, NC
Oct 15th ~
Stella Blue (opening for Mark Sultan) ~ Asheville, NC
Oct 16th ~ The Double Door Inn~ Charlotte, NC

Asheville’s rock ‘n’ roll duo Mad Tea Party celebrate their favorite holiday again this year with ROCK N ROLL GHOUL, a follow-up to 2009’s ZOMBIE BOOGIE. With garage-rock icon Greg Cartwright (Reigning Sound, Oblivions) at the production helm, this year’s monster offering promises to make you howl at the moon.

Mad Tea Party provides their usual palate of shimmering vocal harmonies over Jason Krekel’s one-man-band juke joint guitar/percussion and Ami Worthen’s electric ukulele. Of course, ROCK N ROLL GHOUL also includes some sonic surprises.

The EP offers up 4 spooky selections for your rockin’ Halloween party. “Possessed,” a 60s-tinged psychedelic number, features Worthen’s wicked vocals and a demonic guitar solo from Mr. Cartwright. The furious screamer “Rock ‘n’ Roll Ghoul” expounds upon the theme of flesh-eating music critics while drivin’ rocker “Dr. Phibes” is an ode to the popular Vincent Price villain. The duo close with the Hollywood Flames’ song “Frankenstein’s Den” with Cartwright on drum kit and Caroline Pond (Snake Oil Medicine Show) joining Worthen on doo-wop vocals.

ROCK N ROLL GHOUL is available as a 7” vinyl record and as digital downloads. The EC horror comics inspired art for the record was hand drawn by San Francisco artist Gus Cutty.


Start off the season with some new spooky songs!
If you pre-order the vinyl record before October 1, they will also give you a limited edition hand-carved Dr. Phibes poster by Mad Tea Party’s own Jason Krekel!

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