Addison Groove Project
Addison Groove Project (AGP) is proud to announce a new project: SKINJER. SKINJER features four of the five members of AGP and will see the members performing new material as well as re-worked versions of AGP staples. SKINJER will feature Dave Adams on lead vocals and saxophone, Ben Groppe on bass, saxophone and flute, Andrew Keith on drums and Rob Marscher on keyboards and vocals.

SKINJER made their debut last year with a performance at University of New Hampshire and that has been their only show to date. The group's first club dates will take place in some of the members' favorite venues around the Northeast. The three shows currently scheduled are:

  • Friday, January 27 | Maxwell's | Hoboken, NJ
  • Saturday, January 28 | Higher Ground | So. Burlington, VT
  • Friday, February 3 | Iron Horse Music Hall | Northampton, MA

    SKINJER formed as a result of Brendan McGinn's recent entry into medical school. McGinn is the lead singer/guitarist in AGP and his schooling has resulted in a much reduced touring schedule for AGP. With the formation of SKINJER, the other four members of AGP have found a new creative outlet. However, fans of AGP should be relieved to know that AGP will still continue playing select shows, just not as many as in the past.

    The name SKINJER is an homage to John Skinger Hall, AGP's original bass player who passed away in November of 2004.

    Please see and for more information.

    Check out the JamCam AGP Video!


    [Published on: 1/17/06]

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