Smash Palace Debuts New Recording at Concert

Smash Palace Debuts New Recording at Concert

Power pop rock band Smash Palace, comprised of band members Stephen and Brian Butler (band leaders), Fran Smith Jr. (bassist) and David Uosikkinen (drummer) from The Hooters, Cliff Hillis (guitar), and Wally Smith (keyboards) are ready to rock the Steel City Coffee House in Phoenixville, PA on Saturday, November 28 with Cliff Hillis and the Forward Thinkers. With your ticket you will also receive a complimentary CD of their debut album, “Some Kind of Magic.” The Butlers were originally discovered in NYC’s original punk club, CBGB’s. The Butlers then formed Smash Palace and were signed.

“Some Kind of Magic” was produced by Grammy winning producer/engineer, William Witman, and captures all of the best of sounds from the last five decades, while still being relevant and pleasing to modern musical ears.

You can purchase your tickets for just $20 in advance, $23 the day of, $27 for reserved seating, and $34 for reserved seating with entree from steelcitycoffeehouse.com. Every ticket prices includes a complimentary copy of “Some Kind of Magic.”

“… a swath of British Invasion verve, an effortless blend moving with a catchy rock swagger that’s infectious enough to require Cipro.” Chris Parker, Philadelphia Weekly

“Smash Palace, a powerpop/ rock band with a 28 year pedigree still has the spirit and exuberance necessary for this tough to pull off style. Nice story in persistence too.” — Ken Barnes, USA Today

“The lions share of the credit goes to the Butler brothers’ razor sharp songwriting skills, particularly their ability to meld soaring pop melodies to clever (yet never cloying) lyrics.” Rick Schadelbauer, Amplifier Magazine