Badlees Profile Supporting Articles
by Ric Albano
An open and honest revealing of the relationship over the years between members of the Badlees and their families, and the primary authors of this profile and how that shaped its writing.
The Backbone of the Band
by J.D. Cook
A look at Badlees drummer Ron Simasek that focuses not only on his skills as a musician, but also his extraordinary diplomatic skills and refreshing outlook on life.
The Music Business – Yesterday & Today
by Terry Selders
Terry helped steer the Badlees to national prominence. After a brief period away, he returned to the music business and today manages another up and coming band, Pan.a.ce.a. In this article, he explains the differences and similarities between then and now.
The Badlees & Corporate Entanglement
by Leah Della Croce
A deeper look at the most frustrating period of the Badlees career, when they were in a suspended state of “limbo” due to circumstances not of their own making.
Karl Marx, Canadian Whiskey, & Kermit the Frog
by Ric Albano
What do DVDs, disco, the Dutch, compact discs, VCRs, Charlie Chaplin, classical music, the European record market during World War II, Karl Marx, Canadian Whiskey, and Kermit the Frog all have to do with the Badlees? Read this article and you will find out.
Badlees Album Reviews & Other Articles
Diamonds In the Coal album review
River Songs album review
Amazing Grace & Up There, Down Here album reviews
Love Is Rain album review
Epiphones and Empty Rooms Side A
Epiphones and Empty Rooms Side B
Badlees Rooftop Concert
The Badlees at Brigg’s Farm
Saturation Acres Recording Studio
8 Days a Week Studio