We are on the FAI Folk Charts for December 2020.
Our New Album, Out Under The Sky is the # 9 album
Trimmin’ the Tree is the #14 song
and Chaise Lounge is # 16 on the Top Artists Chart.
Thanks so much to all the DJs who played our album. This is way cool. And a special shout out to Christine Lavin for making the video for Trimmin’ the Tree. .
Out Under the Sky
In response to an overwhelming demand — it doesn’t take much to overwhelm us — we’re re-releasing the cut-and-fold (and tape!) Christmas ornament from our 2012 album release party for A Very Chaise Lounge Christmas. Here’s a link: Download ornament.
We wish you a very happy holiday season!
Out Under the Sky is out! We had one reviewer ask if this release made it necessary to stop having “Snow Day” as his favorite song. The answer is no. We in the Lounge believe in a multi-hued, inclusive world that can hold many favorite songs.
Greetings from Chaise Lounge. We are closed for business right now -along with the rest of the world. But that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a recent live show. This one was shot in Allentown PA’s Miller Symphony Hall. Oh that is Dan Haverstock subbing for Joe on this gig. He did a great job. Donna Fritchey from Allentown sent this too us and we want to share it with you. It will remind you- not that we need reminding right now- of how beautiful it is to be out with others playing music with others, listening to music with others. Here is the link: https://video.wlvt.org/video/jazz-upstairs-chaise-lounge-ahqheh/
Stay safe and we will see you all soon.
Jeff Gray, our new sax player, was baptized into the Chaise Lounge recording whirlwind by recording the parts to eight songs in one mondo recording session
Jeff Gray and Joe Jackson at Cue Recording Studios; March 5th 2020
Two days of amazing performances occurred over the last week. First Jeff Gray and Joe Jackson put down the horn parts on ALL the songs in one mammoth session. Next Marilyn came in and magically, effortlessly and beautifully laid down the lead vocal tracks for all the songs in one four hour session. It sounds impossible. Ken Schubert, our engineer, was in near-disbelief.