Coming to CDBaby September 17th!! Tuesday Afternoon - Showin' Tell's 1st full length CD produced by Jason Rubal Take the raw, guitar edge of late '70s British punk, add soulful female vocals and infuse the mix with the electrifying spirit of the current arena rock revival and you've got Showin' Tell, a modern rock band combining irresistible hooks with smoldering lyrics, an eye-catching look and flamboyant live performances. Like the beloved grade school activity that inspired it's name, Showin' Tell's music is about sharing the fun and excitement of discovering something new. The band's eight-song debut CD, Tuesday Afternoon delivers a potent brew of original tunes influenced by a range of artists from Kiss to Janis Joplin to Lenny Kravitz. Blending heavy drumming, melodic vocals and driving riffs, it is an ambitious first effort from an up-and-coming band. One spin of Tuesday Afternoon will leave the listener with no doubt as to why producer Jason Rubal calls Showin' Tell 'The Next Generation of Rock.' After two years polishing their live show and gaining an avid local following, Showin' Tell released 2004's Adoration EP, showcasing four of the band's most popular songs. Reviews of Adoration raved about Jeska's Joplin-esque powerhouse vocals and the rhythmic complexity of Nicolino's double bass drumming. Philadelphia's Musician Resource Kitchen favorably compared the group to classic bands such as The Eagles and alternative folksters, 4 Non Blondes (whose hit 'What's Up?' Showin' Tell occasionally cover live). An enthusiastic review from GoGirls Music declared Showin' Tell a 'trio of estrogen ruling suaveness...out of control with soul.' Instrumentation Jeska - Vocals, guitar, bass Nicolino - Drums, guitar, vocals Derek - Bass.