Tuesday, 17 January 2012


17th January 2012

Jean Cabbie & The Secret Admirer Society has sent KryKey Internet Radio some of their songs and they are now in rthe main music library for all radio stations on KryKey to access and play. Radio stations that do play the music should email the band so they can inform their fans and post about the radio station playing the music.


Jean Cabbie & The Secret Admirer Society is an alternative rock group based in San Juan, Puerto Rico. “After Hours”, the group’s second full length cd release, is the result of series of recording sessions done at Spellbound Studios, one of the new and upcoming independent music recording studios in the Island.  All songs were written by Jean Cabbie with arrangements done by The Secret Admirer Society.  “After Hours” was recorded and mixed by Jose Vila and mastered by Bob Katz from Digital Domain.

“After Hours” marks a new direction for the band as they capture its live sound on record which is shown in tracks such as “Red Blue Skies”, “A Certain Madness”, “Do” and “Ride On”. The album is comprised of fourteen songs which reflect musical influences ranging from alternative, classic rock up to power pop and roots rock.  As part of their promotional campaign, the group has promoted tracks from “After Hours” to a great variety of internet radio stations, radio shows and regional radio such as: Resolution Radio, I-SIS Radio Network, K94Rocks (U.S.A.),  Deuce Management & Promotion, European Klassic Rock (EKR) Radio, Jump Radio (U.K.), Radio Positive (Germany), Sancocho (Canary Islands), H.A.P.P.Y. Radio (Puerto Rico), Factoria de Musica (Spain), Radio Morbihan Plus (France), 95x Radio (El Salvador) and BeRock Online (Greece), amongst other radio airplay outlets. Jean Cabbie & The Secret Admirer Society have previously released two other recording projects titled: “Anthem” (EP) and “Good Things”, the group’s first full length cd release,  which garnered considerable radio airplay at college radio stations in the United States, Virgin Islands and Canada.

Jean Cabbie & The Secret Admirer Society has its own webpage which can be accessed at the following URL: www.jeancabbie.com. The website includes biography, song previews, latest news, show schedule and record store.  The group has recently become affiliated with music related websites such as: Broadjam, Jango Airplay, ReverbNation and IMRadio with the purpose of promoting its latest cd release “After Hours” and upcoming music projects.

Jean Cabbie & The Secret Admirer Society is comprised by Jean Cabbie (Lead & Backing Vocals/Rhythm Guitar), Eric Cabrer (Lead Guitar/Backing Vocals), George De Leon (Bass Guitar/Backing Vocals) and Marcos Rivera (Drums/Percussion).  Currently, the group is doing a series of live shows including songs from both “After Hours” and “Good Things” cds to very enthusiastic audiences. The band had a successful run of live shows at Hard Rock Café, Nuyorican Café, UNO Bar & Grill, Silver Field, The Downtown Bar & Grill, Ben & Jerry’s Café Galeria, Red Shield, Cabare, PA’ KI Sports Lounge and Nuestro Son and looks forward to keep to new live performances and start working on new recordings during the next months.

Mobile: (787)562-2685
E-Mail: jeancabbie@gmail.com

1 comment:

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