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Added by Jodi Ann on September 30, 2009 at 9:58am —
Our Networking party last Saturday was a BLAST! Thanks to everyone who attended. We had a terrific crowd from 7 PM all the way up till closing! Thank you to all our wonderful sponsors and crew! Congrats to all of our lucky prize winners, see you all at the next one!
Keep an ear on Q’s house radio! Ben Gardner will be a special guest on this killer show and who knows what will happen! Tune in at http://www.Qshouse.com
Marketing Campaign… Continue
Added by Ben Gardner on September 29, 2009 at 12:37pm —
Just wanted to say a big thankyou to all of you who voted for me
re the Featured Artist thing on mystagemusic.
The website hit a few probs yesterday and lots of friends who
had tried to vote told me they couldn't. Oh well I thought.
But apparently they were aware of this and in any case, so I am told,
I got so many votes and comments that they decided that they
would FEATURE me again for the month of OCTOBER.
Added by tommie on September 28, 2009 at 2:37am —
*Bass session with David Ellefson ex-Megadeth *Q&R + autographe session
*Martin Popoff presenting is new book.
Opening act: Potion13 and
Some of the few
November 7 2009, 20h.
Ticket: $27 (pre-sale)
$30 at the door
at: Café Chaos, Montreal, Quebec
Expect a big… Continue
Added by Potion13 on September 27, 2009 at 10:54pm —
Writing a book is hard work. It took two years to compile 27 years worth of material into the best of the best of Relix Magazine. Starting from the first issue in 1974, through 2001, my final year as owner/publisher/editor, I read every word that was ever published in what started out as a tape trading newsletter for Deadheads.
As I read the old issues, the historic significance of what I was working with hit home. Documenting the fanbase of the Grateful Dead was amazing. Deadheads… Continue
Added by Toni Brown on September 24, 2009 at 11:16am —
Some months back I had three songs on Song Vault simultaneously at Number One and one of those,
Can't Leave You Alone, has stayed in the chart ever since.
I added two new songs a couple of weeks ago which went to number one and number two in the
Song Vault Showcase chart.
They just told me that these two songs now moved up in to the Finals Chart which means I
again have three tracks in the Finals Chart… Continue
Added by tommie on September 23, 2009 at 3:12am —
New Weekly Video Update!
Have a look at our show strategy we demonstrate with authentic lego models! Also, see how OrlandoBands.com help owies get better!
Show with Creed! Check out LizM’s new article as she reviews the latest Creed show on OrlandoBands.com!
Our 10 question corner spot focuses this week on Anxiety Switch, an upcoming local Orlando band!
Ben Gardner will join Q’s House Radio for some fun the 29th! Check out http://www.qshouse.com/ for… Continue
Added by Ben Gardner on September 21, 2009 at 8:40pm —
by David Hooper
If you want to get a record deal, get people to your shows, or sell music like crazy, the answer isn’t some kind of “magic pill” website that you post your music on, blindly sending out a bunch of demos, or anything to do with having good music… although good music certainly helps. The answer is to develop a mindset that naturally attracts people to what you’re doing as well as an understanding of how the music business game is played.
As you develop as a… Continue
Added by Melodic Revolution Records on September 20, 2009 at 9:30am —
Release date: 19 August 2009 - AVAILABLE FROM MELODIC REVOLUTION in OCTOBER
It's Derek NEGLECT'S (!!!) long lasting metal band! Old school thrash, death and doom mixed with hardcore intensity. Definitely not lazy or boring retro shit, and definitely nothing "nu", don't be afraid! "Bloodfiend" was supposed to come out years ago, but the band wasn't lucky with labels. Derek contacted us about this unreleased, yet fully mixed and mastered CD, and we were more than happy to help out in… Continue
Added by Hellstone Records on September 19, 2009 at 5:51pm —
Hi to all revolutionaries around, I'd like to take a minute to introduce the band Ceilí Moss as we just created our profile a few minutes ago.
We are a 6-strong acoustic folk-rock band from Belgium and to cut long and tedious explanations, let's say the most often heard/read comparisons are The Pogues, The Levellers, Ambrozijn, Les Orges de Barback, The Waterboys, Tri Yann, Garmarna or Kadril.
Come and push the door of our pub, there's a glass waiting for you!
Added by Ceilí Moss on September 18, 2009 at 5:01am —
The IMAs connects artists with new audiences and revenue opportunities by promoting winners and nominees to 50 million music consumers, programmers, talent buyers, music supervisors, and media outlets. The program honors artists regardless of whether they have major label experience, self-released titles, or are signed to independent labels. This year’s judging panelists include: Tom Waits, The Black… Continue
Added by Melodic Revolution Records on September 9, 2009 at 1:30pm —
Thanks to our friends in SNAFU for the invite on the party bus! We had a terrific time, you can see pictures in our new video posted on OrlandoBands.com, plus hear a great track from the band!
10 Question corner features Forever From Now
Read all about the band and how they were able to get involved with the new upcoming “Rock Band” video game!
Liz does it for the troops!
Check out her awesome review of the recent Rock For The… Continue
Added by Ben Gardner on September 7, 2009 at 7:20pm —
("Masculine Wave" by Katsushika Hokusai)
"Ocean" is the concluding part of "The Dam" and symbolizes the dream, the goal, the calling.
The ocean is calling.…
Added by Christopher Stewart on September 4, 2009 at 7:46am —
(Tobyo from the Bakemono-Dukushi - Unknown Artist)
"Uncoiling I" was originally written in September 2002, elaborating on drafts dating back to September 2000, and a first version was published in 2004.
The title of this miniature fugue for quartet comes from… Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on September 3, 2009 at 7:49am —
I joined mystagemusic.com only about 10 days ago after following a link given me by a very very nice guitarist friend of mine.
One more site to get used to, one more site to spend hours ( this is New Zealand here folks -
broadband is a figment of someone's imagination!) uploading mp3s and a few pics, one more
site to browse around and see how many familiar faces are there.
Added by tommie on September 2, 2009 at 8:11am —
"Introspection II" is the fifth section, and second with vocals, of "The Chrome Lake." And as is the case for its almost-but-not-identical twin "Introspection I," the subject matter is pretty much self-explanatory.
I see you feel restrained, mechanized, dehumanized
I see you feel estranged, incomplete, dissatisfied
Anything for a refuge, an…
Added by Christopher Stewart on September 1, 2009 at 8:50am —