Tuesday, April 19, 2011


The mighty Popa Chubby returns with a new CD of hard-hitting rock ’n’ roll. Deliveries After Dark is a collection of blues-rock played with no apologies, with a few surprises thrown in. PC indulges his need for speed with the road-raging "Deliveries After Dark," and lays out his philosophy over a rockin’ riff im "Let The Music Set You Free." Fans will undoubtedly welcome this new collection of jet-fueled originals.

Born Ted Horowitz, Popa Chubby is a true native son of the Big Apple. He grew up in the neighborhood immortalized in Robert DeNiro’s film "A Bronx Tale." His early memories of hearing the jukebox in his parents’ candy store playing the hits of early Sixties soul and R&B and the neighborhood teens flocking around it made a lasting impression on him.

With Deliveries After Dark, Popa Chubby continues to rule the road with his high-octane ax work and uncompromising, in your face attitude, resulting in a supercharged mix that spits fire at every turn.

Listen to Delivery After Dark


  1. Good review, DOCTOR DISCMAN.
    Do you like this one as well as 'Booty And The Beast'? Does he cover pretty much the same terrain, or is there anything notably different about this? You mentioned a few "surprises" and I'm a-wonderin' what they might be.

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'

  2. McDogg-

    I wrote this too long ago-don't remember what I thought the surprises were.

    I would still hold out "BATB" as his best work, and he usually is covering similar ground.

    But I like the turf.