Smashed Gladys will release their second newly unearthed single, a track from a nera and a band cut far too short. Formed in 1984 in Toronto and transplanted to New York, and led by vocalist Sally Cato and were signed up by Elektra Records, the band became entrenched in the legendary glam / hair metal scene. Cato sadly passed away in 2020 and in memory of her, Golden Robot Records are proud to bring you new material which they were recording as demos for their 3rd album. The first single “Bump In The Night” was released recently to emphatic fan approval. Now a 2nd single, “Go To Hell” will release the 31st of May, giving fans a deeper look into the unreleased material and what might have been. Pre-save the song now at the link below.
Pre-order/pre-save “Go To Hell” here: https://smarturl.it/SG-gotohell
Lead singer Sally Cato started as a singer in the art rock band The Concordes, while guitarist Bart Lewis did a brief stint with Canada’s most dangerous band, The Viletones, before departing for NYC.
Soon after relocating to Gotham, Sally & Bart met songwriter Tommy Boyce, who (along with his partner Mickey Hart) had coined most of The Monkees songs. Under Boyce’s guidance, the group began rehearsing at a well known studio in midtown Manhattan.
SG started playing venues in and around the NYC area, during which time they met Gene Simmons. Simmons offered them a production/ management deal.
The band’s original 4 members were:
Sally Cato – Vocals
Bart Lewis – Guitar
Matt Stellutto – Drums
Ken Fox (Toronto’s Raving Mojo’s , Jason and the Scorchers and The Fleshtones) – Bass