Friday, July 31, 2015

Bacon Bros recording with Bunny Sigler to benefit Mummers

Center City raised actor Kevin Bacon and his brother Michael, who record and perform as The Bacon Brothers, on Wednesday will record a new version of “New Year’s Day,” the title track of their latest CD to benefit the Save the Mummers Fund. The Bacon Bros will be joined by R&B singer Bunny Sigler and the All-Star String Band, comprised of players from various Mummers string bands. They’re recording with veteran producer and Sound of Philadelphia cellist Larry Gold at The Studio (413 N. 7th), and will follow with a press conference there that also includes String Band Association President John Pignotti. For more on the Save the Mummers fund, click here.

Bacon Bros recording with Bunny Sigler to benefit Mummers

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Center City raised actor Kevin Bacon and his brother Michael, who record and perform as The Bacon Brothers, on Wednesday will record a new version of “New Year’s Day,” the title track of their latest CD to benefit the Save the Mummers Fund. The Bacon Bros will be joined by R&B singer Bunny Sigler and the All-Star String Band, comprised of players from various Mummers string bands. They’re recording with veteran producer and Sound of Philadelphia cellist Larry Gold at The Studio (413 N. 7th), and will follow with a press conference there that also includes String Band Association President John Pignotti. For more on the Save the Mummers fund, click here.

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