Posts Tagged ‘Eccentric Studio’

Five Firsts: Penny Knight of the Penny Knight Band

Monday, November 8th, 2010
Penny Knight

Penny Knight

NAME: Penny Knight
BAND AFFILIATION: Penny Knight Band
INSTRUMENT: Vocals, Drums, Percussion

1. THE FIRST ALBUM I EVER BOUGHT WAS … A Patsy Cline album. My dad was a hillbilly from West Virginia. When I was a little girl, he would play his guitar, and I would sing Patsy songs. When we would go to visit family in West Virginia, he would show me off. I remember singing at the “after funeral” party for my Grandmother when I was 12 years old. That party lasted three days. Those hillbillies really knew how to celebrate someone’s life.

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Flashback: The Penny Knight Band, 1984

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010

This week we’re digging deep into the vaults of “Real George’s Backroom,” Albany’s fabulous ’80s vintage cable television music show, for another blast from the past – the Penny Knight Band.

Led by singer-drummer Penny Knight, here the band kicks out a pair of tunes – “He’s a Faker” and “Jump Start My Heart” – that Real George captured live in 1984 at Easter Seals’ Parties in the Park. The free concerts were held in Albany’s West Capitol Park every Wednesday throughout the summer months:

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