JP’s Music Blog Review: Mark Duda “Month of Sundays”

19 Apr

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From New York comes singer/songwriter/guitarist Mark Duda with his energetic debut album “Month Of Sundays.” It will released on April 14th and features the rhythm section of Tommy Price and Kenny Aaronson (Joan Jett & The Blackhearts) along with guitarist Jimi K. Bones (Blondie).

Duda’s new six-track album begins with the raw, punk-like energy of “Month Of Sundays” as he makes a great first impression with this up-tempo rocker. Punk guitar legend Cheetah Chrome (Dead Boys) and drummer Bobby Rondinelli (Blue Oyster Cult) lend a hand on the seventies, nostalgic punk feel of “Murder On Delancey,” before diving into the sixties swing of “Standoff Love.” The album closes with the aggressive tones of “Connection” and the energetic, punk-rock delivery of “Subway Song.”

To find out more about Mark Duda and his latest release “Month Of Sundays,” please visit his Facebook page at facebook.com/MarkDudaMusic.

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Month Of Sundays was released on April 14, 2017 through True Rock.

To order Month of Sundays on iTunes please visit: http://smarturl.it/markduda

To order Month of Sundays on Bandcamp please visit: https://markduda.bandcamp.com/

To Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/5XLAxaFFVOLJCow52TN5nd

To Order on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Month-Sundays-EP-Mark-Duda

For more information about Month of Sundays or upcoming tour dates, please visit Mark’s website and social media pages via www.markdudamusic.com

For Booking inquiries please email booking@markdudamusic.com

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