Pink Talking Fish
Seacoast, NH-based supergroup Marble Eyes will release their second single “You Can’t Fool Me” on September 23rd. Formed out of the pandemic, the group is comprised of nationally touring artists Eric Gould (Pink Talking Fish), Adrian Tramontano (Kung Fu), Mike Carter (The Indobox), and Max Chase (Amulus).
Seven-time Grammy nominee Joan Osborne is the latest addition to a jam packed Martha’s Vineyard Concert Series. Osborne is one of six new acts added to the live entertainment series at The Loft. The other performances include Pink Talking Fish, Neighbor, Marble Eyes, Entrain, and The New Motiff. The shows will start on July 21 with a week of music leading up to the Beach Road Weekend Music Festival in Vineyard Haven.
Pink Talking Fish played at one of Ithaca’s most beautiful venues, the State Theatre of Ithaca, for the town's Grateful Dead Day in celebration of the famous 5/8/77 Cornell Show…it was the 44th anniversary! In true PTF fashion, they added in Dead songs to their repertoire of Pink Floyd, Talking Heads & Phish. The band dove deep & really homed in on the Dead catalog and the spirit of the original show, deemed by some as their greatest performance ever. The show is set to rebroadcast Thursday, May 27th on Fans.Live. Stay tuned for more details!
Marble Eyes is a fresh new band that has formed amidst the pandemic. The band is a collection of national artists which include Eric Gould from Pink Talking Fish and Adrian Tramontano from Kung Fu. Based in Portsmouth NH, the group has made an impact during this challenging year with its soulful sound and brought joy to people across the country by creating brand new inspirational music.
Pink Talking Fish is proudly releasing high quality audio and video recordings of select live concerts through their new partnership with nugs.net. LISTEN to 12 handpicked audio shows that will be available monthly starting this Thursday, December 17th at 2PM EST through the nugs.net streaming audio subscription service.
The Pandemic has affected every facet of the music industry...artists, promoters, agents, managers, crew and countless others. These people were the first ones out of work and will likely be the last to return when the world opens back up. For music lovers, there has been a huge void during this challenging time since live music can be an important way to fill people with happiness and provide a place for friends to gather.