Pepi Ginsberg had a good childhood, a bit wild, and slightly irregular. She went to a private school, a public school, and then college in Philadelphia, where she found warehouses to play in, parks to meet in, and many a neon color to be amazed by. During this time Pepi wrote and misplaced a novella entitled No Name Colorado, and wrote and recorded songs, which came to be her first album, Orange Juice Stephanie/Stephanie. Pepi recorded her sophomore album “Sometime Momma/Sometime Babe” in her apartment bathtub in Brooklyn, NY.
Upon returning home from a tour in support of “Sometime Momma/Sometime Babe,” Pepi found a bottle with a note in it at the foot of her apartment door. The return address was from Philadelphia musician Scott McMicken (Dr. Dog) who had written to Pepi asking if she would like to record a song with him and RED was born…
Pepi moves along the parabola, understanding the craft of song to be a glorious and perpetual nearness to the thing it is, that which we are and can be. In a time where you cant say it that way anymore Pepi Ginsberg makes it new.
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