The Boobles are:

Juan Mel­lon
Raul McHartteats
Jorge Chester­son
Gringo Tarrt

The Boobles is a com­edy music project cre­ated solely to raise money for breast can­cer research for treat­ment and a cure, through the ulti­mate tri­fecta of the time­less music of The Bea­t­les, the power of com­edy, and that which has cap­ti­vated man for cen­turies… boobs!

The Boobles began devel­op­ing in 2007 as the brain­child of Dr. Demento chart-topping1 par­ody song artist known as “Sea­mon­key” (“Juan Mel­lon”) who dis­cov­ered while lis­ten­ing to his Bea­t­les col­lec­tion that there were many par­ody ideas pre­sent­ing them­selves, much to his delight all cen­ter­ing around two things: boobs! This e-tit-phany resulted in many dif­fer­ent tongue-in-cheek themes, rang­ing from a father’s lament over his matur­ing daugh­ter (“You’re Grow­ing Boobs Now Girl”), to the hor­rors of under­gar­ment shop­ping with a spouse (“Buy­ing Brassieres Together”)… from America’s favorite top-dropping party, Mardi Gras (“Oh Won’t You Show Your Cans”), to flat out ado­ra­tion (“We Love Boobs!”, “Fake Boobs”, “Dou­ble Ds” and “Breasts Are Great”)!  At present, The Boobles are rework­ing 25 dif­fer­ent Bea­t­les clas­sics encom­passed in two upcom­ing albums, all to tickle your funny bone while work­ing to erad­i­cate the scourge of breast can­cer!  That’s a pair of wins!

The Boobles would not be pos­si­ble with­out some very tal­ented musi­cians, most of whom play in dif­fer­ent Bea­t­les trib­ute bands across the coun­try. “Big Mike” Richard­son (“Raul McHartteats”), pro­vides all bass, lots of the gui­tar work, keys and back­ing vocals. He has played with Bea­t­les trib­ute band “Me & My Mon­key” as well as voted one of Fort Worth, Texas’ top classic-rock cover acts in 20092. Rod­ney Bollinger (“Jorge Chester­son”), a long time mem­ber of “Me & My Mon­key”, adds more expert gui­tar licks, vocals, even trom­bone, and Brad Swiger (“Gringo Tarrt”) pro­vides the beat with the authen­tic Ringo kits that he has used in Bea­t­les trib­ute bands “A Hard Night’s Day” and “Yes­ter­day”. We also have our own per­sonal George Mar­tin in Glenn Milam, record­ing and engi­neer­ing all the ses­sions and donat­ing the use of his record­ing stu­dio as well as his knowhow and trained ears! Many other tal­ented musi­cians are lend­ing their time and craft to the project as well, includ­ing Pete Sacco of “Yesters­day” and “Me & My Mon­key” on the lead Macca vocals, the “Euro­pean Ensem­ble” string quar­tet led by Edina Pastyik, and sax­o­phone men Jeff Schilling and Jeff Dazey… with more play­ers being added and to be announced soon!

Finally, all the tal­ent and resources for this project are donated, no one is being paid for per­form­ing and no one is per­son­ally prof­it­ing from this project. The Boobles will be donat­ing all the net prof­its after man­u­fac­tur­ing and licens­ing costs to The Breast Can­cer Research Foun­da­tion (www.bcrfcure.org), a foun­da­tion ded­i­cated to research for treat­ment and a CURE!  We love it!  They’re truly a great organization!

We’re not here to make a buck, we’re here to save boobs by being… well, boobs! Sup­port the Boobles with your own dona­tion today… all we are say­ing, is GIVE TEATS A CHANCE!!!

1 five par­o­dies chart­ing in the monthly Top 10 and yearly Top 25 count­downs on the nation­ally syn­di­cated Dr. Demento radio pro­gram since 2007, includ­ing three #1s.

2 Accord­ing to Fort Worth Weekly newspaper.

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