GROOVIES INC.: MP3 Sample Posted Online

GROOVIES INC., the new Swedish band led by former ELECTRIC BOYS and current SILVERGINGER 5 guitarist/vocalist Conny Bloom, have posted a sample of their music in MP3 format at this location.

In addition to Bloom, GROOVIES INC.'s lineup features Diva Cruz (congas, bongos, timbales, bells), Stevie Klasson (guitar, vocals), Andy Christell (bass, vocals), Nippe "Bounce" Festader (organ, clavinet, strings, vocals), and Amazin "Masen" Persson (drums, vocals).

Says Bloom: "I've put this band together as a vehicle for my future journey. The songs & the albums will change but the goal will stay the same: To make some groovy music for myself & for you, the listener. A continuation of the stuff that me and the rest of the gang always loved so much."

Upcoming GROOVIES INC. tour dates:

Sep. 19 – Borlänge, SWE @ Bolanche
Sep. 20 – Uppsala, SWE @ Fredmans
Oct. 01 – Motala, SWE @ Bryggeriet
Oct. 03 - Motala, SWE @ Bryggeriet
Oct. 04 - Motala, SWE @ Bryggeriet

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