Frank Macchia | Grease Mechanix: Zombies Ate My Grandma

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Grease Mechanix: Zombies Ate My Grandma

by Frank Macchia

A comedic R&B song about zombies eating Grandma's and other humans, featuring Frank Macchia's Grease Mechanix band, a 16 piece band of Los Angeles' finest musicians.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Funk
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"Zombies Ate My Grandma" is the first single released from Frank Macchia's Jan 2014 CD release entitled "Grease Mechanix". Picture a 16 piece big band with vocals and electric guitar and drums playing crazed jazz-funk and tunes with the groove of Tower of Power but the humor of Frank Zappa. You got it!!


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IT'S HERE!!! The Youtube premiere of "Zombies Ate My Grandma" is finally revealed!! Please share and tell all your friends to check out the newest tune and video by my band "Grease Mechanix". Featuring cast members Joan Albriton, Dave Wells, Tracy London, Charlie Macchia and me; directed by Alex Chaloff; Asst Director Annika Benitz; Makeup by Brenna Deutscher. Featuring Peter Erskine on drums; Eric Marienthal, Brandon Fields, Bob Sheppard, Frank Macchia, Sal Lozano (solos), Jay Mason on saxes; Wayne Bergeron (solo), Dan Fornero, Walt Fowler on trumpets; Alex Iles, Kevin Porter (solo), Craig Gosnell on trombones, Bill Reichenbach on tuba, Ken Rosser on guitar and Brad Dutz on percussion.