For those who have bought a physical album and read the panel insert, check out the “On The Edge Giveaway” at the bottom of this page.
If you’d like to buy the album you can get it from one of these online stores:
So at last, our issues with web service providers seem to have been solved and we’re back up and running. Many apologies to all those who were trying to get on the website and couldn’t… it was beyond our control and incredibly frustrating, but we’re glad to be up and running again!
The band’s first soiree into Cape Town was an unbelievable time. For a band, there is nothing like Continue reading The RCB Cape Town tour memoirs
You in a band? Solo artist? Here’s something the RCB thinks is seriously cool, and fits in with our ethos of spreading the love. It’s called Headliner.fm
Check out the video: Continue reading Promoting music online – share the love
The alarm clock went off way too early this morning at 6.15am. I love the way Michael Griffiths (our graphic designer) puts it: getting to bed early is actually much harder than getting up early. S’truth.
I had good reason though. Last night we launched our new album, On The Edge Continue reading CD Launch
The Maritzburg Musicians’ Club last night really was a blast. We always enjoy the Red Door and appreciate what owner Jamie Visagie does to keep live music alive and well in KwaZulu-Natal. It’s not often we get to rock up, plug in and play… but it’s always like that there. Sound and set up is always great. Continue reading Post-Maritzburg Musicians’ Club
Marlon runs a studio in Pietermaritzburg where the Ryan Calder Band has put together its second album.
To be honest, it feels like a lifetime ago that I arranged to go and visit Marlon. I feel like I’ve known him for years and years. But I remember that particular night clearly – sitting down talking life and music with him, and how we would go about putting together the new RCB album. I remember his passion, his insight and a quiet awareness in his ability as a creative force.
For people who haven’t heard me and the band perform before, the most common question is “what type of music do you play?”… in the past I’ve been uncomfortable with that question, but I’ve come to a simple conclusion.
Recording more bits and pieces… bass, keyboard and other lesser known evils…
Recording more bits and pieces… piano, keyboard, guitars, vocals…