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The RAZ Band / #9 (February 9, 2019)

The RAZ Band / #9 (February 9, 2019) 
The new album “#9” by The RAZ Band has been completed. Produced, mixed and mastered by Joey Molland. Featuring eleven new songs, #9 will be Released by the Gonzo MultiMedia Group on February 9, 2019. 
The RAZ Band - #9
New album," #9 " by The RAZ Band with Badfinger's Joey Molland will be released February 9, 2019. Not only does Joey play guitar, he sings lead vocals on 2 songs. 
The RAZ Band
left to right: Jim Manzo, Michael Raz Rescigno, Joey Molland and Jeff Hutch Hutchinson 
The RAZ Band Joey
 
 
Recording a live album on December 8, 2018 
The RAZ Band with Joey Molland of Badfinger will be recording a live album on December 8, 2018. Performing songs from the upcoming newalbum "#9" as well as classic RAZ Band songs from "The Best of RAZ", "Madison Park" + more. 
 
 
 The RAZ Band / Madison Park (Nov 2015) 
The RAZ Band at Brighton Bar (Sep 17, 2016) 
 Live From Dennis' House with guests the RAZ Band (Oct 2016)
 

Joey Molland / Interview & Acoustic Performance (May 29, 2011)

Joey Molland / Interview & Acoustic Performance before KQRS Rock Stock (May 29, 2011) 
 
Sweet Tuesday Morning 
I wrote this about Kath. When I sing it on stage that's what I think of. I think about Kath. It gives me a smile on stage. 
 
Jealous Guy 
[recordings with John Lennon] John was there. He sang 'Jealous Guy' to us. I got off my seat and sat down right on the floor in front of him, got my guitar out and learned the song. 
 
My Babe 
[audition for the Iveys] I sang the Righteous Brothers' song 'My Babe.'  It was a popular song around Liverpool in those days. 
 
Without You 
It was Bill Collins who suggested we join their two ideas. He wanted us to do a big version. But Pete got mad. He said ''No, we're a rock band.'' He was serious about being a rock band, so they argued about it. 
 

 
Cheap Trick with Joey Molland - Magical Mystery Tour (KQRS Rock Stock, May 29, 2011) 

KQRS Rock Stock (May 29, 2011)


 

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[Interview] The Classic Albums: Badfinger's 'Straight Up' (Jan 18, 2010)

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The Classic Albums: Badfinger's 'Straight Up' (Jan 18, 2010) 
Interview by Joe Matera 
 
Do you remember what sort of budget was allocated by Apple for the recording of the album? 
 
Joey Molland: 
Parts of our recording deal with Apple Records, was that they paid for all our recording costs – which they never recouped incidentally - so I never saw a recording budget. The deal was that they would pay for all the recording costs and all the coats and never recoup. Instead they would just pay the band something like 5%. The publishing deal we had with Apple was a routine deal, where they got the publishing and we got the writers, a 50/50 deal. 
 

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Badfinger Joey Molland Florida Concert Contract (1993/1994)

From the collection of a retired Florida concert promoter. 
Did you ever wonder what was required in Badfinger's performance contract? 
This contract lists: performance fee, dressing room requirements, security requirements, promotion, length of performance, equipment requirements, lighting requirements, food and drink requirements, and more. 
 
1993 Vintage BADFINGER Florida CONCERT CONTRACT - RIDER Dressing Room STAGE Info 
1993 Badfinger Florida Concert Contract
This auction is for a 9-page copy of the concert contract for BADFINGER'S 1993 appearance in Tierra Verde, Florida. (April 23, 1993) 
 
Price:US $19.95 
Buy It Now - 
 
 
 
1994 Vintage BADFINGER Florida CONCERT CONTRACT - RIDER Dressing Room STAGE Info 
1994 Badfinger Florida Concert Contract
This auction is for a 6-page copy of the concert contract for BADFINGER'S 1994 appearance in Tierra Verde, Florida. (June 5, 1994) 
 
Price:US $19.95 
Buy It Now - 
 

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Badfinger's Joey Molland keeping the legacy alive

Badfinger's Joey Molland keeping the legacy alive 
“We were doing 120 shows a year at $5,000 to $7,000 a night; that was a lot of money then,” recalls Molland. “Our records were on the radio all the time, so there was no reason that the money wasn't there or Pete was broke. It was Pete among all of us that had the faith in our business managers. Pete left the band in 1974 because we started to argue about what to do with the managers.” 
 

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Joey Molland's latest Badfinger will perform Sunday at The Kate (Sep 16, 2018)

Joey Molland's latest Badfinger will perform Sunday at The Kate (Sep 16, 2018) 
     by Rick Koster 

On the choice of "Baby Blue" for the "Breaking Bad" finale:

I didn't know it was going to happen, actually. That it was on the show was a complete shock. The phone started ringing the next day, and it was people from The New York Times or "Access Hollywood." Then I did an interview on TV for another of those Hollywood shows, and the guy started asking me about the series, and I had to say, "Well, I haven't actually watched it. I'd heard about it but I thought, "Hmm, it's about a guy who deals meth?" And I didn't see the greatness of that. People are dying all over the country from drugs. So I missed it.

Plus, the questions I DID get weren't about the song, but how great it was that overnight we got the number one download or whatever. Which is nice, but, you know, what about Pete's song or maybe the band?

On what the first post-"Breaking Bad" royalty check was like:

Well, again, it was Pete's song. Originally, we all shared royalties for each other's songs but, when a person dies, as Pete did, 20 years later the copyright reverts to the family. So I guess the show's reps had approached Pete's family. And good for them. 

Joey Molland Plays Badfinger's "Straight Up," 7 p.m. Sunday, The Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center 
Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center
 

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