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The Simple Things is almost here!

We’re hard at work getting our new album onto streaming services, but also with the option to order CDs and Vinyl if that’s what you’re into! It’s taken us nearly a year to get it together, but we think it will be worth the wait!

A Very Kodachrome Christmas

Our second album was released in 2016. Visit the Albums page for more info!

Thank You!!!

Thank you to everybody who came to our CD release party at Park Street Pizza back in March – that includes family, friends, fans, special musical guests…EVERYBODY! We had a blast! We’d also like to send out a thank you to WJER and Anita for hosting us on her show the day before our CD release party and to Kyle Valentini for the awesome write up in the Bargain Hunter. It was a big day for these Babies, and we were so excited to share it with all of you!

A HUGE thank you to the people who joined us onstage as our special musical guests during party. We loved bringing all the extra musical elements into this very special performance. In order of appearance and links to find them:
-Our mash-up partner in crime – Allen of Allen Cruz and the Galaxy (guitar, vocals)
-Our lovely sister and former bandmate – Rachel Rothacher (bass)
-Spencer Martin – the man who made it happen (producer, keyboard)
-A man in many bands – Alonzo Parrish of Valleytown and Bandhouse (bass)
-The man with all the answers – Chris Doutt of Valleytown (mandolin)
-Hannah’s main squeeze – Amos Hubbard (slide guitar)

You are all amazing!

To get your own copy of our debut album Developing, visit our Album Info page by clicking the link at the top of the page.

Kodachrome Babies Live on the Radio!

Tune in to 1450 WJER on Friday, March 13th starting around 11:00 a.m. as we chat with Anita about our CD release party on Saturday, March 14th from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Park Street Pizza! You’ll get a sneak peek at a couple of songs off our debut album “Developing,” and we might even play one LIVE on the air! Then, stick around for the Classic Canteen after the noon report of news when we’ll be crafting a playlist of songs we cover that are at least 20 years old or older (that makes them classic, right?). It’s gonna be SO MUCH FUN, and you can hear all the fun on your radio if you tune your dial to AM 1450, online over at, or on the WJER app. Tune in, friends and fans!