Pigeons Playing Ping Pong
Baltimore-based electro-funk band, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong have released a track off their upcoming album entitled Psychology, which is set to release on July 3rd. “F.U.” features The Hornitz on bass trombone and alto saxophone and is available now on Grooveshark.Psychology is the band's second LP in four years. The foursome will celebrate the release at the 9:30 Club in Washington DC with Cabinet and B Side Shuffle.
Before and after the Pigeons Playing Ping Pong show on St Patrick’s Day, I had the opportunity to chat with the band's front man, Greg Ormont. In the past couple years, he and his three other band members have been touring extensively, playing spectacular shows, and have even founded their own festival, Domefest. If you haven't heard of them yet, I'd bet you will soon.
The third annual The Mad Tea Party Jam, presented by Appalachian Jamwich, takes place June 19-22 in Hedgesville, WV. The music and arts festival will be headlined by Papadosio, two nights of The Werks, two nights of Dopapod, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, The Mantras and more.The event will host multiple stages, an electronic dance tent, and late night music to 5AM and later. The arts will also be a prevalent component to the experience and patrons can enjoy looking through a transformative art gallery, exploring art installation
High-energy psychedelic funk outfit Pigeons Playing Ping Pong announced their return to Colorado and North Carolina this March, with stops in Indiana and Virginia along the way. With eight shows in Colorado starting March 4th, the tour includes two nights in Denver, two nights in Telluride and a special St. Patrick’s Day celebration on Monday March 17th at The Fox Theater in Boulder.
Baltimore funk outfit Pigeons Playing Ping Pong announced initial 2014 tour dates today, spanning 11 states around the East Coast and Midwest. The tour includes stops at AURA Music Festival in Live Oak, FL as well as a two-night stand in Times Square.Known for their high-energy live shows, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong is making a name for themselves in the jam scene and will continue to do so with this tour.
This past week seemed to go on forever. In between school and work shifts, all people could talk about was Saturday night and how wild it was going to be. Since their last appearance at the Lazy Dog in Boulder, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong (PPPP) has been racking up new friends and fans out west with serious momentum.