The Bohemian Mechanics

Kudos From Friends And Fans

Michael Marino wrote:  "We were glad we showed up at The Mercer. The show was great. You guy's rock'ed so many early Blues/Rock classics and the new arrangements on your originals are the best yet. "Trouble in Paradise" was especially memorable and I would love to have a recording of that version. It amazes me that I can see a show with musicians of your talent level and professionalism at a small intimate venue. The background and history commentary introducing each song was especially enjoyable and informative. I heard nothing but good comments from others in attendance. Please line up more venues and keep us informed. As word get around I imagine it will start getting pretty crowded so if there are ways to reserve seats, in advance, let me know that also. Hope the enjoy another one of you performances in the near future."

Lisa Marino wrote: "Thank you! That was a blast-I have been literally craving the intimate gig scene that is now your band. Can't believe the ability shared between the three of you but glad you deem us worthy-please, please keep it coming!"

Ricard Fuscia wrote:  "Fun time, nice selection of tunes. See you again soon."

Michael McLane wrote: "You guys were great."

Daniel Brogley wrote: "It's great to see you and Frank still playing together."

Buzz Jackson wrote:  "Glad to see High Heeled Sneakers is still in the song list!" 

Larry and Debbie:  "It was a pleasure to be at the first showing of the Bohemian Mechanics.  The new sounds and     songs are great.  You guys rock."




Randy Chepigan:  "Gotta tell you, Joe. EVERY time I see birds on a telephone line (which is, y'know, almost every damn day), I think of this song (13 Birds). Good stuff."

Vincent Maffei:  "What an awesome, heartfelt CD (Before The Night Is Through) that you will be sure to enjoy for years to come. Great melodies and musicianship throughout! A local master!"

Gene Micofsky wrote:  "Great record! (13 Birds) Made sure it was imported into my itunes library before i headed west."