Thursday, March 24, 2005

Jon's Fake Life

I think it's also worth noting that Jon didn't want to do this gig until he found out that we might be able to win tickets to see Velvet Revolver. After that revelation it was like seeing a side of Jon I never knew existed--I've never seen anyone so starstuck in my life. I guess the though of meeting Slash and his snakes must have been a lifelong dream for Jon. People, please come to the show to help us out. You can't lose. You get in that I hope you'll love...and you can sleep with a smile on your face knowing that you have brought Jon one step closer to petting Slash's Snake.

First Offical Gig In The Twin Cities!!!

Thanks mostly to Chris for his efforts to get us this gig, we will be playing a show at the 4th Street Station in St. Paul. It's part of a contest of theirs, where the band that draws the most people gets free tickets to see "Velvet Revolver", a limo package for that night, and another Gig at the "After Party". We're mostly shooting for the extra gig.

The nice thing is, we get to give free tickets to anyone who wants them! Not a bad deal.

Here's a link to the 4th Street Station's website, with some photo's of the place we'll be playing.

Anyway, we're playing a 40 minute set, so hopefully things will go well for us there.

Monday, March 14, 2005

The Pain of Mixing

We mixed. We've been mixing. We will continue to mix.

The mixing continues. Sunday evening Chris, Tori, and Jon got together and worked on the mixes of the Demo/E.P. It's coming along nicely, and I think we're getting really close to the final product. One more track to go, and then we can finally be done with this project, and start playing some live shows. Man would that be nice.

Let's get moving!

And Coachella is out for this year. We weren't able to get the E.P. ready to be sent out on time. Oh well. There's always next year!

Monday, March 07, 2005

The Heroes Have Returned

Well, after a nearly month long haitus, during which Paul went to New York, and Jon got married, we're now back and ready for some hot Musical Action. We played a successful song at the wedding reception, "The World", which is fairly amazing, given that Dave had never played it before, ever. But he managed to make sense out of my broken explanation of what the song should be, or sound like, and everything fell into place.

Now if only we would book ourselves a show...