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Barefoot Hockey Goalie

Barefoot Hockey Goalie is the brainchild of Blair Hatch and Tony Acquerelli, vocalist and guitarist respectively, who have continued to spin strange, twisted yet honest, heartwarming tales in the form of full-fledged rock operas and more concise songs or "narrative shorts." They most often perform as a quartet, employing an array of unique (read: home-made) yet elaborate costumes and props. BHG released their debut CD, DArius - A Rock Opera and the follow-up Fediks Butcher Shop on Accretions. They released One Part Thomas Edison on their own imprint and are currently finishing up their latest opus, Kid Champion, concerning a boxer who sells his soul to the devil.

Discography



Various Artists: 30
CAT. #: ALP059
30 is a compilation featuring rare archival and early vinyl-only releases, previously unreleased recordings and previews of upcoming releases.



Barefoot Hockey Goalie: Fediks Butcher Shop
CAT. #: ALP011
BHG again delivers a classic comedic rock opera at once hilarious yet ripe with poignant social commentary. Along with the other five "short stories," the CD showcases the group's versatility as it pays irreverent tribute to one pop style after another.



Barefoot Hockey Goalie: Darius: A Rock Opera
CAT. #: ALP005
The debut CD from Barefoot Hockey Goalie, a four-piece rock band from San Diego, quickly gathered attention on the West Coast with the hockey rock opera 'Darius' as well as other socially poignant and topical songs.


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Barefoot Hockey Goalie

"This is crazy, unexpected and a whole lotta fun in a very twisted way."
- Jason Plender, Ink 19

"Not since the Who's "Tommy," has there been a rock opera worth listening to. Not until Barefoot Hockey Goalie's Darius: A Rock Opera, that is. "
- Jennifer Habel, Snackcakes

"This is the oddest album of 1995, hands down."
- Larry Kaye, Carbon 14

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