NAKED SINGULARITY: Maggie Masetti, (web, outreach, and social media for the JWST, Hubble's successor being built now at Goddard) vocals, guitar, trumpet; Kevin Boyce (joint Japanese/US mission that will be X-ray astronomy), bass, vocals;
Rich Kelley (the lead scientist on an instrument that they're building for that project), lead guitar;
Rob Gersten (Earth Science at Goddard), drums; Joe Nigro (Earth Science at Goddard), lead guitar,;
also Tali Figueroa, drums/backing vocals.
The band 'Naked Singularity' has been playing together for more than a decade and are what I consider the perfect blend of using your day job to create material for your true hobby or passion. Their original music lyrics often poke fun at the struggle of the 9-5 grind, but do so in a comfy haven of musical goodness.
Tune in today to hear them discuss the meaning of naked singularity or perhaps even 'Hawking Radiation.' When asked for a cool astrophysics band name, a fellow astrophysicist suggested "Naked Singularity," adding that "the term might be misunderstood by your audience and lead to a decline in public morals, which is not part of NASA's charter"....and so this group of astrophysicists quickly adopted the name for their band.....
(picture on right: Naked Singularity performing with an ASTRONAUT!)
The band just released their first CD, titled "Last Call" which has been a labor of love for these musicians who wrote all of the material, recorded, mixed & mastered it completely....which is no small task....
So tune in to hear this terrific band whose motto is:
"Not as geeky as you think"
Listen to the archived show anytime after 3:00 pm cst today, click on the same link.
Hard copies of their CDs are available on CD Baby for $12.97
The best deal on the mp3s is probably Amazon, for $8.99; also found on iTunes
The links to all the places these are available are available on our website: http://naked-singularity.com
Follow the band on Facebook or Twitter for updates! http://facebook.com/n.singularity andhttp://twitter.com/nsingularity
Enjoy this recipe from Recipe Records the 60's Edition, which pays tribute to the USA landing the first man on the moon on July 20, 1969.....
8 oz. cream cheese, softened
7 oz. marshmallow cream
1 1/2 tsp. Tang (the drink of the astronauts)
Assorted fruit for dipping
Blend cream cheese and marshmallow cream, then stir in Tang. Serve with fruits!
To Infinity & Beyond,
Recipe Records Cookbooks