So what did TimeWhy?s rehearse this past weekend? Well, we are busy gearing up for an upcoming TV appearance. (More on that to come!) But we also learned another 60s classic! Enjoy this iPhone recording of Frank and Tom singing The Cyrkle's, Red Rubber Ball. In the summer of 1966, The Cyrkle opened on fourteen dates for The Beatles during their US tour. John Lennon provided the unique spelling of their name, which is a reference to the circular roundabout known as Centre Square, located in downtown Easton,…Read more
TimeWhy?s performed for us for the first time at this years Fall Foliage Festival. They had a large crowd for their entire set as people were definitely enjoying themselves and listening to the music. TimeWhy?s had no problem with even tricky numbers, and they did tunes we all knew. As festival organizers, that's what you have to have; people having a great time, and the music transporting them there. We'll have them back next year for sure; highly recommended!
Autumn of Love
“Fans of Beatlesque pop will rejoice in the short, but effective slices of nostalgia. The swirling ‘Paint Me Happy’ is a bouncy psyche pop gem akin to Two Sheds Jackson and the slower Lennonesque, 'Lying Through Your Lipstick’ is very much like The Pillbugs. Each song is a sonic sugar rush for fans for ELO, Pilot, Klaatu and similar late-era Beatle influenced bands. Shame its only four tracks, but Ill take quality over quantity any day. Highly Recommended.” —PowerPopaholic
Autumn of Love
Autumn of Love has arrived! A four-song Sixties-inspired swirlathon. Sweet sounds reminiscent of the Summer of Love with its hopeful waves reverberating to this day. A vivid voyage of sophisticated songcraft, thoughtful lyrics, and state-of-the-smart production. All you need is an Autumn of Love that will transport you to the space above us any time of the year.