Blue Rose Music Signs Legendary California Band The Mother Hips - Announces The Mother Hips Holiday Shows, December 15 -17

Joe Poletto, Founder of Blue Rose Music, announces the signing of The Mother Hips today. Co-founded by songwriters/vocalists/guitarists Tim Bluhm and Greg Loiacono, The Mother Hips have a fanbase established over a career spanning two decades. Poletto says, "The Mother Hips are an incredibly talented group and we are honored to have them on board. We could not be more excited for the future of their 'California Soul' sound with Blue Rose Music." The band performs their first show in over a year at the Great American Music Hall on December 15, 16 with a matinee set for December 17 at Slim's. Greg Loiacono says, "These holiday shows have always been a special end of the year celebration with our family, friends and fans. This year in particular as it is our first time playing together since New Year's Eve 2016." Frontman Tim Bluhm has been recovering from a paragliding accident and is eager to get back on stage. "It's been a challenging couple of years for me. The guys and I are really happy that I get to return to doing shows in such a celebratory setting," says Bluhm. Tickets are now available here. About Blue Rose Music: Blue Rose Music is an artist collective that assists in the business and creative development of select musicians and projects. With extensive marketing and technology resources, Blue Rose enables artists to bridge their traditional audience-building avenues with today’s web, social and digital sharing capabilities. A portion of all revenue is donated to The Blue Rose Foundation, which provides pre-school scholarships to financially disadvantaged children. About The Mother Hips: The Mother Hips, the center of which is the duo of Tim Bluhm (vocals/guitar) and Greg Loiacono (guitar/vocals), have spent over two decades writing, recording and performing songs, and die-hard fans who still talk about their “first Hips show,” have hung on every word and have enabled The Mother Hips to become a bona fide cottage industry. The band was even able to lay claim to a rock subgenre, “California Soul”. For more information on The Mother Hips: Official Website Facebook Twitter YouTube
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