Saturday, December 10, 2005

Julie Slick, Eric Slick, and The Grammys

Okay, a coincidence? I think not.

For recordings released during the Eligibility Year October 1, 2004 through September 30, 2005 (Announced December 8, 2005)
Category 19
Best Rock Instrumental Performance
(For solo, duo, group or collaborative performances, without vocals. Includes Rock, Hard Rock and Metal. Singles or Tracks only.)

* Birds Of Prey
Stewart Copeland
Track from: Orchestralli

Julie Slick with Stewart Copeland at the LA Knitting Factory (May, 2005)

* 69 Freedom Special
Les Paul & Friends
Track from: American Made World Played
[Capitol Records)

Les Paul with Max DiMezza on bass (hey, is that Julie's bass?), Eric Slick on drums, and in front with his head down, Rock School Uber Lord Paul Green at MPL Live, NYC (October, 2005)

* Beat Box Guitar
Adrian Belew
Track from: Side One

Julie Slick with Adrian Belew at the Roseland Ballroom, NYC (October, 2005)

Julie's bass playing boyfriend, Matt Rothstein, with Adrian Belew

* Lotus Feet
Steve Vai (featuring Chris Opperman on keyboards)
Track from: Real Illusions: Reflections
[Epic/Red Ink]

Eric Slick with Chris Opperman at the Lion's Den, NYC (July, 2005)

Eric Slick with Carlos Alomar, guitarist for David Bowie, etc., and President of the New York Chapter of the Grammys at CBGB's in NYC (June, 2005)

Marky Ramone with Joey Randazzo, Eric Slick, and Grace Hollander at Studio 4, taking a break while recording the Rock School movie soundtrack CD, produced by Phil Nicolo, President of the Philadelphia Chapter of the Grammys (January, 2005)

Phil Nicolo in the studio being filmed by Don Argott, Director of Rock School, the movie