3 Day Meat Sale is an original power rock act based out of Omaha, Nebraska, featuring lead singer Michael Gagliani, guitarist Chad Beisheim, drummer Mike Cudley, and bassist Kevin Cowan. Since forming in 1998, 3DMS has released two albums (the five-song EP You Can’t Beat the Meat and the full-length CD When Pigs Fly). They are proud and excited to announce the arrival of their highly anticipated third release, Fish Ham.
Fish Ham showcases the band’s growth in new directions while revisiting some of the music from their past. The CD features six new songs and two re-mastered fan favorites from When Pigs Fly (Notice the Little Things and Thin).
The six new songs explore a variety of musical styles and sounds while retaining the memorable melodies, driving beats, and unforgettable hooks that 3DMS is known for. One of the stand-out songs is Fallin’ Chips, a fast-paced, confident, hard-rock track that has been featured on Z-92’s Homegrown show. Another hit in the making is undoubtedly Man Overboard, a lush, moving ballad that perhaps best displays the band’s diversity and song-writing skills. The final track, She’s Always Right, is an up-tempo, highly danceable song that illustrates yet another side of 3DMS and will recall for fans the dynamic, fun-loving personality that is one of the band’s trademarks and a highlight of their high-energy live shows.
In addition to their albums, 3DMS has enjoyed many other accomplishments, including winning the award for Best Pop/Rock Group at the 2004 Midwest Entertainment Music Awards. They've also made appearances on cable and local TV stations, performed on several radio shows, written and performed theme songs for two popular local morning radio shows, and performed at several of the area’s biggest music festivals. Their music has been featured in independent films and local movie soundtracks (The Rock That Made Us, Halfway Point, and Kitty Cats & Exit Signs) and local extreme-sport videos (1320 Video, Wake TV: Issue 11, and Department of Power and Water) and played on several local and regional radio stations.