Mother goes into studio with Goo Goo Dolls producer.
of the hardest things for a rock band to do is get a big break. It appears
the acclaimed Las Vegas band Epstein's Mother has just gotten a big break
in the form of Mike Sak.
who has worked with artist ranging from The Goo Goo Dolls to 10,000 maniacs
has agreed to take on Epstein's Mother.
year Sak took Big Bad Zero, another Las Vegas band under his wing. The
result of which landed the band a deal with the Universal Music group.
Their major label debut was released this week on the Eureka Records label.
Mother who are considered the hardest working band in the Vegas club scene,
look to the relationship with Sak with great anticipation. They hope he
will help them further develop their unique sound and produce a hit record.
band's Bass player Geoff Neuman had this to say;
are extremely excited to be working with producer Mike Sak (whose credits
include work with the Goo Goo Dolls, 10, 000 Maniacs and Ani Di Franco).
He is giving us the opportunity to make our debut record with the same
process of a band with a huge budget and big time producer only we are
not currently signed to a record contract that is usually the requirement
for this kind of attention. We are very open to his suggestions
so far he has brought out the best in all of us. The record will
hopefully be finished by summer and then we will be ready for whatever
the meantime we are still going to keep performing live while the record
is being finished including a gig at the newest House Of Blues (at Mandalay
Bay, Las Vegas) on
April, 1. We are really looking forward to the gig because we have
Inside Scarlet and Big Bad Zero performing with us. Zero just released
their debut on Eureka Records and Scarlet is really a great band, but the
most important thing is we are all friends and it couldn't be a more perfect
Mother was the artist of the month here at Rock n World back in December
1998. We saw something special in the Vegas rockers and want to wish them
much success in the future.
the Rock n World Artist Feature for Epstein's