Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Upcoming Shows: All over the State

We have a handful of shows coming up in the next few weeks. You can always go to to check out our schedule and what not, but here's a list for you:


Sunday, October 23, 2011

Muzik Reviews on PGPBL

From Muzik Reviews:

Most people wouldn’t expect a strong electronic sounding pop/rock album to come out of Arkansas, but Boom Kinetic has done just that. The band formed in Fayetteville in 2006, and is comprised of Wiley Seeger, Zach Gump, Aaron, Schauer, Greg Guillot, and Miguel Gamboa. Together they have put together 49 minutes of pop/rock-goodness on their debut album, Part Gray/Part Bright Light.

Read more at:

Muzik Reviews

Monday, October 3, 2011

This Week in Shows: George's Majestic

This week you can find us over at George's Majestic Lounge rocking the garden on the night before the Razorback Game. That's Oct. 7th starting around 9pm. It should be lots of fun.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Boom Kinetic Song Featured on Benefit Album

We're very happy to announce our song, "Ordinary People", is featured on a benefit CD to help people affected by Hurrican Irene. The album is on iTunes and has lots of great music on it, so you should check it out.

Below is a press release from Brain Fuse Records:

Brain Fuse Records, releases a benefit CD with the help of musicians from around the world,
for the Hampton Roads area and hurricane Irene cleanup, featuring MTV featured hit
songwriters and other Internationally touring artist.

August 28, 2011 (Williamsburg, VA) – Brain Fuse Records announces the release of “Hampton
Roads – A Benefit CD” to benefit people in need in the Hampton Roads area and people affected by
Hurricane Irene. Brain Fuse Records will be the record label operating under the Step 3
Entertainment LLC name and catering to alternative, power-pop and pop-punk music scene.
Step 3 Entertainment is a company based out of Williamsburg, VA that operates Step 3 Publicity, Step
3 Entertainment Record Label, Brain Fuse Records and “Studio 3” Digital Recording Studio. Step 3
Entertainment (S3E) was put on the publicity map when it’s owner, George Walsh, decided to do a
string of benefit concerts and CD releases to donate time and money to help people in need. In 2010
S3E released the Indigo CD which was sold to raise money for teen suicide during a time when there
was a multitude of teen suicides due to bullying issues. S3E also has started the open ended tour
entitled Recovery Rocks, which changed its name to Angels Across America Tour to help non-profit
medical centers and alcohol/drug treatment facilities in the US. These concerts have featured label
founder, George Walsh, and other musicians including hit songwriter Robbin Thompson from the
Robbin Thompson Band, known for his hit radio songs, Sweet Virginia Breeze and Candy Apple Red.
Brain Fuse Records will share the responsibility of Step 3 Entertainment’s non-profit contributions.
Every year the company will put out a benefit CD to help a non-profit organization and this year’s
benefit release will be Brain Fuse’s inaugural release with “Hampton Roads – A Benefit CD”.
The benefit CD for The Hampton Roads is a world wide effort in which the record label obtained song
licensing from artists in multiple countries who were willing to help the region with cleanup after
Hurricane Irene and other needs of our community. Some of the CD’s notable artists will be #1 ITunes
hit songwriter and MTV Featured, Ryan Calhoun, Brain Fuse Records founder George Walsh, Eatliz
from Isreal, Dreamwalk from Slovenia, Nena and the Superyeahs from Italy and Kotadama from
Walsh will not be the only local Hampton Roads musician on this CD as he is joined by The Smiths
Go to Washington and the Bobby BlackHat Walters.
This CD is a mixed genre of socially responsible music ranging from pop to rock and will be for sale in
digital format available on ITunes and Amazon MP3 music website.

Step 3 Entertainment owner and Director of Business and Talent Development, George Walsh, said
there may be a limited edition physical CD made of the Hampton Roads benefit CD and may be sold
on the company website for people who want a copy to collect or at a benefit concert that is in the
The non-profit organization that is the main beneficiary of the funds is the Grove Christian Outreach
Center in Williamsburg, VA. Step 3 Entertainment will also be asking other non-profits that will be
helping in other areas in VA if they are in need of funding and may be splitting the money up as
needed as people’s needs are brought forward. 100% of all profits from this CD will be donated.
The Grove Christian Outreach Center is helping with relief directly and indirectly related to hurricane
Irene as well as other basic community support for people in the region.
The artists and songs on the CD are as follows.

Craig Lyon – Here and Now (USA-NY)
Kotadama – Endure (Australia)
Aduro – House of Cards (USA-VA)
Eatliz – Sunshine (Israel)
Nena and the SuperYeahs – A Little of You (Italy)
Dreamwalk – Simple (Slovenia)
Smiths go to Washington – Dharma Daydream (USA-VA)
Boom Kinetic – Ordinary People (USA-AR)
Bobby BlackHat Walters – Put on Your Red Shoes (USA-VA)
Ryan Calhoun – This is Your Life (USA-CA)
George Walsh – Angels (USA-VA)
Noah Silver Band – Cupid’s Come Around to Me (USA-D.C.)

For more information on Step 3 Entertainment visit, and for more information on “Hampton Roads – A benefit CD” please visit For more information about Grove Christian Outreach Center
please visit

It's all Fun when the Drumline Joins In

It's not every show that we can say that we had a 20+ piece band, but a special moment at the University of Central Oklahoma gave us that chance. During a pep rally we were playing, we noticed the school's band standing nearby and invited their drumline to come join us on stage for the song, "Cursive". It's pretty sweet so check out the video.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Boom Kinetic to Play at The University of Central Oklahoma

Monday, Sept. 26th, we'll be playing at The University of Central Oklahoma for "Rock the Block".

For more info, here's an article from the Edmond Sun.

OKLA. CITY — The University of Central Oklahoma will have its annual “Rock the Block” event, featuring live music and a Homecoming pep rally, from 5-8 p.m. Sept. 26, in front of Hamilton Field House on Central’s campus. Each year, the event gives back to a local nonprofit organization.


Tuesday, September 20, 2011

This Week in Shows: Eddie Haskell's

This week you'll find us and all our equipment up at Eddie Haskell's in Rogers, AR.
That's on Friday night starting at band time around 9pm.

Doo Froogly Stops by for an Interview

The dashing Craig Stickland of Doo Froogly stopped by for an interview on the wildly popular Boom Kinetic Podcast to talk about his band and their shows as well as how to wow a crowd and why he loved "Sweet Home Alabama". The show also features intro and outro music provided by DataDolphin. Their song is called #mytweet

You can click below to listen to the podcast or just search Boom Kinetic on iTunes and subscribe to the most awesome podcast ever.

Doo Froogly Stops by for an Interview

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Our First Podcast

Our First Podcast

Just click on that thing up there.

Check out our podcast. We'll start doing these and then you can listen to us talk about all the things that musicians talk about, because maybe it's better than reading.
Eventually, it'll be available on iTunes so you can sync it and all that fun stuff.
In this podcast we discuss podcasting and how you found out about bands in 1985.

Monday, September 12, 2011

Nice Little Weekend Recap

So we had a nice little weekend.
On Thursday, we played to a great crowd at Arkansas Tech University in Russellville, AR. Thanks to them for having us and we hope we can come back at some point.

Friday, we had a great time rocking the Rock at The Rev Room.

Saturday, we opened up for a few acts at Festival on the Border. Andy Grammer, The Fray, and Girl Talk all followed us on the stage at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith campus.
We enjoyed meeting folks after the set and even signing some shoes, cd's, wrist bands, and, I think, a flip-flop. You know you've made it when you're signing footwear.

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Festival on the Border

We've opened for a few acts here and there... KC and the Sunshine Band to name one. Today we'll open for three. Andy Grammer, Girl Talk, and The Fray. It's part of the Festival on the Border at The University of Arkansas Fort Smith.
Come enjoy songs off of our hit album, Part Gray/Part Bright Light and even some new tunes that will be on our next hit album.
We'll see you concert going faces at 6pm.

Friday, September 9, 2011

Rev Room Tonight! The Most Talked About Show Today

If you're in or heading to Little Rock for the game, we'll be at The Rev Room. No doubt one of our favorite places on Earth to play. It's never something you want to miss with all the energy you can handle packed into one place.
It's live a

Thursday, September 8, 2011

This Weekend's Adventure

We're gonna hit up Arkansas Tech for a little party tonight and show Russellville what's up.
Tomorrow night we'll be at The Rev Room for a what should be a packed house as folks head into town for the Razorback game.
Saturday we'll be at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith for Festival on the Border opening for Andy Grammer, Girl Talk, and The Fray.
So we'll see you around.

Monday, September 5, 2011

This Week in Shows: The Fray and Rev Room

This is going to be an exciting week.

The first Little Rock Razorback Football game is coming up and we'll be down at the Rev Room on Friday, September 9th to help get everybody ready.

Unfortunately, we won't be able to stay around to check out the game. We've got to head to Fort Smith on Saturday for the Festival on the Border. We'll be opening up for The Fray, Andy Grammer, and Girltalk. That's going to be a huge show, so come on out and see all the great acts.

You can always go to our website,, for a full schedule.

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Boom Kinetic Kicking off Football Season at George's

Come on out after the Razorback game tonight at George's Majestic Lounge and party with us. Your favorite all-time band of all time.

Friday, September 2, 2011

Hard Rock Casino in Tulsa Tonight!

We'll be at the Hard Rock Casino in Tulsa tonight at Club Friction.
Try to win some blackjack and then come throw some money at us.

Monday, August 29, 2011

This Week in Shows: August 29th, 2011

We're looking forward to Razorback Football this weekend. We'll be celebrating with a show at George's coming up on Saturday. That'll be on Saturday, Sept. 3rd. We'll kick it off around 9:00pm.

You can always visit our website for more info:

Also, on September 2nd, we'll be over at the Hard Rock Casino in Tulsa playing at Club Friction. It's always a blast, so if you're in the Tulsa area or maybe playing the slots, come on in.

Friday, August 26, 2011

Festival Preview: Mojo's in Fort Smith Two Nights in a Row

Good news...we're gonna be playing some music stuff for you at Mojo's Ivory House in Fort Smith tonight and tomorrow (August 26th, 27th, 2011).
Mojo's is a slick place and our favorite place in the Fort.
This will be a good time to check us out before the Festival on the Border.
We'll be opening up for Andy Grammer, GirlTalk, and The Fray on Sept. 10th, 2011 at that event.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Behind the Back Nerf Challenge

Ok, I showed you how I could flip half and half. Well, I was at Boom Kinetic world headquarters (yes, we have offices) and decided to really get something accomplished. I assure you: this is not an illusion.

Join us tonight For Party on the Patio

Thinking about having a little fun tonight? Come out and join us at Party on the Patio at Powerhouse in Fayetteville.
We've never not had fun there and it looks like some great back to school weather will be there with us.
If you've never been to Party on the Patio, it's pretty awesome, so it's time to check it out.
We're looking to bust out some new original music for you too.
That's tonight at 7pm. August 25th, 2011.

Sunday, August 21, 2011

This Week in Shows

If you're thinking that you sure could use a Boom Kinetic show this week, don't worry.
At least if you're in Fayetteville or Fort Smith.

We've got Powerhouse Party on the Patio Thursday night. It's sure to be a packed house with students returning to the U of A, so we don't plan on disappointing. We'll have opener Doo Froogly playing some hits from the 90's and more.

Friday and Saturday night we'll be at Mojo's Ivory House in Fort Smith. 
Friday night, Barrett Baber will open up the show for us and Saturday night DJ Destrado will be there, so come on out.

Don't forget to get tickets to The Fray, Andy Grammer, and GirlTalk at Festival on the Border in Fort Smith coming up on Sept. 10th. We'll be opening for all those acts.

And the night before, we'll be at The Rev Room in Little Rock. (Sept. 9th).

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Opening for the Fray and beyond...and before.

We got a lot going on.
For starters, were starting work on our second full-length album. So you can't wait for that.
Expect a sample of that soon.

You can get a taste of our first one Part Gray/Part Bright Light
Or even pick up a free Love and Reason track here.

On Sept. 10th, we'll be opening for Andy Grammar, GirlTalk, and The Fray in Fort Smith at the Festival on the Border.

Other shows:
We'll be at the Brickhouse in Jonesboro Arkansas Friday the 12th of August.
Eddie Haskell's in Rogers August 19th.
August 25th we'll be at Powerhouse's Party on the Patio w/ openers Doo Froogly
Then on August 26th and 27th we'll have back to back shows at Mojo's Ivory House in Fort Smith.
with Barrett Baber opening on the 26th and DJ Destrado on the 27th.

Don't forget to get your awesome BK T-shirt from Rock City Outfitters here.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Three Sates and our NAMA Nomination.

You can find us all over the place in the next couple of weeks. We’ll be in Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma and even the world wide web.

Coming up this week, we’ll be at the Pussy Cat Lounge in Dallas, Texas. That’s Friday, April 22nd.
The next night, we’ll be back in Arkansas in Fort Smith at Mojo’s Ivory House, Saturday, April 23rd.
Next week, April 28th, we’ll be at the Bakers Street Pub in Oklahoma City, OK and then we’ll be at the Peabody in Little Rock, AR for the Rivertop Party on April 29th.

Also, we’re proud to say we’ve been nominated for several Northwest Arkansas Music Awards this year (NAMA). We hope you’ll take the time to go vote for your favorite bands and us.
We've been voted best party band for a couple of years in a row and hope to keep the streak alive, so help us out!

Vote here.

You’ll find our album, Part Gray/Part Bright Light was nominated for Album of the Year. You can find that album for just $.69 on iTunes here.

Also, don’t forget to get your awesome Boom Kinetic T-Shirt here. We’re pretty sure it would have been nominated for t-shirt of the year had that been a category.

Tell your friends to sign up for our email list here to get all your Boom Kinetic news sent right to your inbox.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

The Top 1 T-Shirt You Need for Summer

It's a perfect 92 degrees outside. There's a gentle breeze and you can smell the sea salt as it wafts in off the ocean. You're sipping on a tropical drink--you know, the ones with the umbrellas--and catching a little sun. Maybe later, you'll have a swim or go hike to that majestic waterfall you've heard about. You close your eyes for a minute just to listen to the sound of the waves slapping against the look down and think, "This is paradise."

But as you look down what you see is Boom Kinetic. Yes, our t-shirt, now available online, is paradise. And you can have it all year round and it won't cost you nearly as much as a trip to a real paradise or even a trip to the other side of town. Waft in the splendor of the Boom Kinetic T.

Get it at Rock City Outfitters.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

The Best Show You'll See in Little Rock This Week

The music blares, the lights blind you, and the crowd is electric. You can feel the beat of the bass drum in the very pit of your heart. If you're lucky, a laser might even shoot into the pupil of your eye.

That's right, Boom Kinetic is returning to Little Rock for a triumphant show at The Rev Room.
April 2nd starting at 9pm. And if history is our guide you're going to want to be their early.

Show your support by RSVP and inviting your friends to the Facebook Event

There's no doubt that whether we play at Stickyz (Sticky Fingerz) or the Revolution Music Room we always have an absolute the most blast we can mostly possibly have!

Get pumped up by downloading our music for your iPod here

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Listen to Our Music Streaming Here

And Read Our Hate Mail Here

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

The Proof is in the Video...Board.

Nothing says "you're the best band in the world" than a great song. Actually, we're more of the mind set that being the best band in the world has more to do with your awesome video board. That's why we bought it. Throw in some lasers, fog, and a thatch of energy efficient led light panels and 360 spinning lights and, well, you can barely hear the music or even see our faces. Which is a good thing.

(we like our music too)

At our show at George's Majestic Lounge in Fayetteville the other day, we were able to capture some of the magic of the spectacle and want to share that with you.

Here's a link to our song Love and Reason.

Or try out Anytime Now

If you're tired of our's a cover of Bananarama's Cruel Summer

Monday, February 28, 2011

Why You Should Come Watch Our Music Show at Georges

1. We have a bunch of fancy lights and a big video board
2. And Lasers
3. Because that's where everybody else will be
4. Because it's on March 12th and tickets can be purchased HERE
5. Music
6. It's also a bar
7. Because you're a kind, beautiful person

Good. So we'll see you there.

Boom Kinetic at George's Majestic Lounge, March 12, 2011. 9PM