The new self-titled indie album from Mahajibee was produced by Rick Witkowski and his assistant Anthony Rankin at Studio L in Weirton, West Virginia.
Little Man, Hard Headed Man, Honey Do List, Evening Sun (cover), Blue Guitar, Find Your Way Home, Lover Boy Blues, Funkified Blues (cover), Is It Cold In Here?, Payday (cover), Cash My Check, In Her Head.
Mahajibee's new album, is on sale NOW at CDBaby!, Digital Distribution: Apple iTunes, Rhapsody, eMusic, Amazon, Napster, Verizon V-CAST , Liquid Digital Media, PayPlay, GroupieTunes, Ruckus, rVibe, Lala, Pocketgroup, PassAlong, Last.fm, iMusica, Flip, GreatIndieMusic, Tradebit, Nareos, Inprodicon, Intent Media Works, TastyAudio, iSound. Also participating Pittsburgh Barnes and Noble & Borders Bookstores.
Our song "Little Man" is included on the Big City Rhythm & Blues Magazine CD Sampler #5 "Crossed Roads". It was #1 on CASHBOX MAGAZINE'S R&B / HIPHOP TOP TEN PICKS Charts from 8/24/2008 to 2/8/2009. "Little Man" has also been on KIAC Internet Radio's THE COOL TUNES Station 5755 at KIAC and IACmusic.com since December of 2008. "Blue Guitar" was included on the CD "Blues from the Burgh" a collection of songs by blues bands from Pittsburgh, PA and produced by The Blues Society of Western Pennsylvania. Mahajibee songs are receiving airplay on local and regional blues radio stations as well as in Europe, Canada and Australia.
"Mahajibee is a tight band and this CD shows that. See them live, too.
You will not be disappointed.”
- Jim Weber, Blues Society of Western Pennsylvania
This Pittsburgh-based band is still humbled by what has transpired over the last nine years. They have shared the spotlight with an assortment of professional oldies, rock and blues artists, performed at some of the largest Tri-State Festivals, Blues Festivals, Community Festivals, and Summertime Concert Series’. Mahajibee is honored to have participated in local fundraisers and have performed for 9-1-1, Katrina victims of New Orleans, The Sago Mine disaster victims of West Virginia, St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, TN and Disabled American Veterans.
On Saturday, October 11, 2008, Mahajibee Blues performed at the third largest blues festival in the nation, The 23rd Arkansas Blues & Heritage Festival (better known as “The King Biscuit Blues Festival”) in Historic Helena, AR. They were picked from over 200 artists, bands and performers who applied to participate in the festival's “Emerging Artist Contest.” This contest has created excitement in the music world as “Blues Revue” and “Beale Street Caravan” (nationally syndicated radio program), joined as the national media sponsors.
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