New Boondogs CD coming May 8 | Rock Candy

Friday, April 20, 2007

New Boondogs CD coming May 8

Posted on Fri, Apr 20, 2007 at 4:00 PM

Ran into Jason Weinhiemer and Indy Grotto at the Tuesday night Travs game -- we all had our young kids in tow, and they were enjoying running up and down the berm situated down the third-base line, just past the seats, and what a nice few of the action it offers too -- and learned that the new Boondogs CD is about to reach us shortly. It will be available May 8. The couple just had a second child in the past year and in 2007 began focusing on the new work.

That band's last release, from Max Recordings, as all us Boondogs fans know, was kick ass.


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