New Tee's !!!! Cd's, Stickers, Koozie's, and now a sweet new TANK TOP that will keep you cool and looking hot!!!
$25 Delivered to your door!!!
12/1 Town Run Tap House
12/21 Monk's BBQ
1/25 Dante's Bar
3/2 Gearhouse Brewing
3/9 Harpers Ferry Brewing
3/22 Front Royal Brewing Company
Front Royal, VA
Sam Jannotta - Keys / Ken Bussey - Guitar
Matt Lewis - Bass / Jesse Shultzaberger -Drums
Ginada Pinata taps the influences of jazz, funk, rock, fusion, trance and drum and bass, blending them to create an organic vibe that continually entertains and excites audiences at each and every show. Founded in Shepherdstown, WV in 1998 (and getting funkier all the time) Ginada has relentlessly pushed the musical envelope in search of new sounds and feels. The result is a stylistic collage which truly sets them apart in their genre. 2001 brought the release of “Talking to the Boss,” a recording which at once highlighted the musicianship of the group while serving as the musical template from which they have evolved into one of the area’s most formidable improvisational groups. Over the years Ginada Pinata has played many festivals and clubs including Opera House Live, Sunshine Daydream, 123 Pleasant St., The Barns of Wolftrap, The Velvet Lounge and countless other music venues in the greater Mid-Atlantic region. Their drive is to produce a live show which consistently redraws the boundaries of the traditional quartet – and they’re only getting started…
Mid-Atlantic based funk-fusion maestros Ginada Piñata are proud to announce the release of their new self-titled album on January 26, 2018. Ginada Piñata contains eight tracks of original material written and arranged by longtime bandmates Sam Jannotta (k), Ken Bussey (g), Matthew Lewis (b) and Jesse Shultzaberger (d), whose accomplished musicianship and 20 years of history combine to produce a hard-grooving portrait of modern funk. Recorded in two sessions at Unger and Mystery Ton Studies, and mixed/mastered by Oskar Sadle in Stockholm, Sweden, the album explores vintage soundscapes while fusing a myriad of genres without sacrificing the quintessential driving sound that fans have come to expect from the group.
Ken and Jesse on the Frederick Playlist 1/8/18