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Centricity Staff Favorite Apps

July 25, 2011

Apps have become powerful tools in our everyday lives. In some cases I am not sure what I ever did without them – others run that fine line between a blessing and a curse. I have compiled some of the apps many of us at Centricity use in our daily lives. Give some a try and let us know how they work for you. If there are some you would recommend, we’d love to hear from you. And if you have some you have tried that would save others from the pain you have endured, share those as well!

Voted #1 would be Tripit – if any of you travel being able to see all your travel info (flights, hotels, directions, etc) in one place is a tremendous time and life saver.

Genius Scan is what we have our artists use to send in Sound Scan forms from the road. No more need to find that fax machine.

Dropbox – online storage and file sharing which you can access from all devices with a wifi connection.

Say it Mail it – speak into your phone and it emails a voice recording to you. Much better than typing and driving

Square – allows you to use your phone to accept credit cards

Holy Bible by YouVersion – online as well as downloadable versions of the bible – hundreds of translations and languages, daily bible reading plans,  cross -references -  some churches even post the pastors notes on the online version

Others to check out:
Mint for budgeting & keeping track of financial info
Things and Wunderlist -making lists and prioritizing
Swackett  and The Weather Channel -  weather
ESPN radio – self explanatory
Accuradio, Spotify and Rdio- music streaming
One Password-One password to rule them all. No longer worried about someone fishing or hacking one of my accounts. Synched across everything
Evernote – an easy way to collect any scrap of digital information you might ever need, and organized in a simple way, synched across all devices.
Pictureshow – great alternative to Hipstamatic. Perfect for photo tweaking
Key Ring- Keeps customer loyalty cards in one place on my phone with the bar code on the phone for easy scanning
Hey Tell- turns your phone into a quasi walkie talkie to leave a message
Pulse – aggregates magazines, newpapers, blogs, etc in one place to quickly check what is going on in the world
Top 100s By Year by Bing – This starts with the year 1947 and goes through today.

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March 16, 2011

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February 23, 2011

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Centricity Update 2/17

February 17, 2011
Greetings from the third floor of the Centricity house in beautiful downtown Franklin. The view here is pretty nice as there are old buildings filled with history and stories all around us. Lately much of what we see out or slender windows has been hidden by constant snowfall. But this week has been perfect giving us a glimpse of what is ahead.
Sometimes what we do at the label is so hidden and behind the scenes that we can’t see what we are dong. But some days are like today, where you can see the fruits of our labor. Today we can see the labor of Rebekah  as the new Centricity Music site has launched. After hours-and-hours of brainstorming, working with the designers and programmers the site is live. Check it out at www.centricitymusic.com
On to the latest updates…
Radio Update:

We continue to push at radio as a couple of songs are on the way up and a couple of songs are running their course. That is the life cycle of radio, some are ascending and some are descending. There is always excitement on the ascension and sadness on the dissention. So, this week radio is have some mixed emotions as Jason Gray, Me in Motion and Sixteen Cities continue their growth while Andrew starts the slow fall.

On to the rest of the radio news:

Chart Positions:

AC Mon:

Dancing In The Minefields” Andrew Peterson – #19

“I Am New” Jason Gray –  #22

“The Stand” Jaime Jamgochian –New & Active (#34)

 

AC Ind:

“I Am New” Jason Gray –  #11

Dancing In The Minefields” Andrew Peterson – #13

“Pray You Through” Sixteen Cites – New & Active (#33)

“The Stand” Jaime Jamgochian –New & Active (#34)

 

CHR:

“Eye of the Hurricane” Me In Motion – #32

“Pray You Through” Sixteen Cities – New & Active (#38)

INSPO:

“I Am New” Jason Gray – #7

“The Stand” Jaime Jamgochian –#11

 

Adds:

“Eye Of The Hurricane” Me In Motion

AC                  WJQK/Grand Rapids, MI

WBHY/Mobile, AL

“I Am New” Jason Gray

AC                  WCSG/Grand Rapids, MI

INSPO          WNFR/Flint, MI

 

Jason Gray                            www.jasongraymusic.com

•  Jason’s single “I Am New” needs a little love to break the top 10. Stay tuned to see if we can make it.

•  “I Am New” is planted at #13 on the KLOVE chart.

• Make sure you follow Jason on twitter to get his updates on the recording of his new record. www.twitter.com/jasongraymusic

• Jason heads out with Mark Schultz on the Renaissance Tour:

3/10           Evansville, IN

3/11           Olathe, KS

3/12           Shakopee, MN

3/18           Russell, KY

3/19           La Harpe, IL

3/20           Columbus, IN

3/24           Charlotte, NC

3/25           Warner Robins, GA

3/26           Elizabethtown, NC

3/27           Yorktown, VA

3/30           Wilmington, NC

4/1             Bemus Point, NY

4/2             Elmhurst, IL

4/3             Fremont, OH

4/6             Jackson, MO

4/7             Bentonville, AR

4/8             Lawton, OK

4/9             Ada, OK

4/10           Yukon, OK

4/11           Jackson, MO

 

Andrew Peterson                  www.andrew-peterson.com

• Andrew wrote a great blog. Here is a taste:

Art, if it can be ascribed value, is most valuable when its beauty (and the beauty of the truth it tells) bewilders, confounds, defies evil itself; it does so by making what has been unmade; it subverts the spirit of the age; it mends the heart by whispering mysteries the mind alone can’t fathom; it fulfills its highest calling when into all the clamor of Hell it tells the unbearable, beautiful, truth that Christ has died, Christ is risen, and Christ will come again.

Read the rest HERE

•  For updates on all things Andrew Peterson, follow him on Twitter at www.twitter.com/andrewpeterson

•  One more week and Andrew starts touring again:

2/24           Lexington, KY

2/25           Wilmore, KY

2/26           Seymore, IN

3/4             Green Bay, WI

3/5             Watervliet, MI

3/12           Traverse City, MI

3/25           Charlotte, NC

3/26           Pleasant Garden, NC

3/27           Salisbury, NC

3/30           Gothenburg, Sweden

3/31           Skara, Sweden

4/1             Huskvama, Sweden

4/2             Hillerstorp, Sweden

4/3             Sollentuna, Sweden

4/4             Are, Sweden

4/6             Umea, Sweden

4/7             Ornskoldvik, Sweden

4/8             Harnosand, Sweden

4/9             Gavle, Sweden

4/10           Uppsala, Sweden

4/10           Orebro, Sweden

4/16           Baraboo, WI

5/4             Knoxville, TN

5/15           Hudsonville, MI

 

Aaron Shust              www.aaronshust.com

•  Ed Cash is producing the upcoming Aaron release for us. Keep your eyes and ears open for updates.

•  Aaron  came into town last week to do vocals and came with a bad cold. Oh well.

•  Aaron is heading out on the raod with Selah this spring. Go see him if you have a chance:

3/11           McMurray, PA

3/12           Bingham, NY

3/25           Valdosta, GA

4/1             Broadview Heights, OH

4/14           Marriotsville, MD

4/16           Grand Haven, MI

4/28           Archbold, OH

4/30           Bismarck, ND

5/1             Grand Island, NE

5/6             Glendale Heights, IL

5/7             Chillicothe, OH

Me In Motion                        www.meinmotion.com

•  “Eye of the Hurricane” is #32 on the CHR chart and starting to make an impact at AC.
•  Seth gives the story behind the song on You Tube. Check it out HERE
• Does Seth really play like a girl. Watch THIS and you be the judge.
Sixteen Cities                         www.sixteencities.com
•  Sixteen Cities spent some time with Wally at WAY FM/Total Axxess. You can watch the whole thing HERE
•  The band is playing Gatlinburg this weekend then starts the long journey home for a much needed break.
•  Sixteen Cities has been added to the Bloom Music Conference. Here is a link to more info.
Check out Sixteen Cities on Total Axxess with Wally right HERE.
•  Make sure you continue to check out prayyouthrough.com to read the new stories being posted. Here is a small sample:

I heard the song “Pray You Through” on WAY-FM last night and it really hit me hard. I’m a senior in college and my dad was diagnosed with cancer at the beginning of December. Coming back to school this semester has been really hard. I’m a pretty strong Christian but this completely blindsided me. I am blessed to have awesome friends, though, who will listen to me and be patient with me when I am having a hard day. To know that people are praying for me and are on my side has been the one thing that has supported me through these last two months.
Read rest of the story HERE

Downhere                              www.downhere.com
•  Guitars are complete on the new downhere project with vocals coming soon.
•  Follow the band’s updates from the studio on Twitter – www.twitter.com/downhere
•  The band is heading out on the Out and Aboot Tour with Rush of Fools. Check out the dates:

3/09         Pell City, AL

3/11         Thomasville, GA

3/18         Bellville, GA

4/01         Lynchburgh, VA

4/07         Henning, TN

4/08         Knoxville, TN

4/09         Charlotte, NC

4/15         Wilmington, OH

4/16         Palos park, Il

4/29         Grennville, IL

5/01         Louisville, KY

5/06         Hardyston, NJ

5/07         Quakerstown, PA

Music listened to while writing this –The Decemberists “The King Is Dead” , a few Beatles cuts before listening to The Dukhs “Fast Paced World”

 

Centricity Update 2/11

February 11, 2011
Do you ever have one of those days that is just off. Yesterday was one of those days. I was walking around  thinking it was Weds all day. Then driving to my last meeting of the day it dawned on me “ wait, it is Thursday… I needed to write my email.”
Don’t you love that feeling, that feeling that the day is totally askew? Argh. So here I am Friday morning doing my Thursday task. So please forgive the tardiness.
On to the latest updates…
Radio Update:

Overall we are still hitting it hard at radio. We have 4 songs in the top 40 at AC Monitored, 3 on AC Indicator. 2 songs in the top 40 at CHR and 3 in the Top 30 at Inspo. Considering we are working 4 songs to AC, 2 to CHR and 3 to Inspo I am pretty happy with those numbers.

On to the rest of the radio news:

Chart Positions:

AC Mon: Dancing In The Minefields” Andrew Peterson – #19

“I Am New” Jason Gray –  #22

“The Stand” Jaime Jamgochian –New & Active (#31)

“Pray You Through” Sixteen Cites – New & Active (#40)

 

AC Ind:

“I Am New” Jason Gray –  #12

Dancing In The Minefields” Andrew Peterson – #13

“Pray You Through” Sixteen Cites – New & Active (#32)

CHR:

“Eye of the Hurricane” Me In Motion – #30

“Pray You Through” Sixteen Cities – New & Active (#38)

INSPO:

“I Am New” Jason Gray – #9

“The Stand” Jaime Jamgochian –#12

Dancing In The Minefields” Andrew Peterson – New & Active (#24)

Adds:

“Eye Of The Hurricane” Me In Motion

AC                  KXOJ/Tulsa, OK

WXHL/Wilmington, DE

“Pray You Through” Sixteen Cities

AC                  KNWS/ Waterloo, IA

“Dancing In The Minefields” Andrew Peterson

AC                  KGNZ/Abilene, TX

KSLT/Rapid City, SD

“The Stand” Jaime Jamgochian

AC                  KGNZ/ Abilene, TX

CHR                WHJT/ Jackson, MS

Jason Gray                            www.jasongraymusic.com

•  Jason’s single “I Am New” continues to hover in the top 20. Need a couple of key adds to push it over the top into the top 10.

•  “I Am New” continues to stay at #13 on the KLOVE chart.

• Jason continues to write for his new project spending two days this week with Jason Ingram, who co-wrote “More Like Falling In Love”.

•  This tweet excites a marketing guy like me: Jason Ingram & I may have written our best song together yet… It’s early to say that, but it’s feeling so good that I’ll risk it. Grateful

• Make sure you follow Jason on twitter to get his updates on the recording of his new record. www.twitter.com/jasongraymusic

•  Be praying for Jason as he heads into the studio that his vision will be clear and that God will be present in all they do.

• Jason heads out with Mark Schultz on the Renaissance Tour:

3/10           Evansville, IN

3/11           Olathe, KS

3/12           Shakopee, MN

3/18           Russell, KY

3/19           La Harpe, IL

3/20           Columbus, IN

3/24           Charlotte, NC

3/25           Warner Robins, GA

3/26           Elizabethtown, NC

3/27           Yorktown, VA

3/30           Wilmington, NC

4/1             Bemus Point, NY

4/2             Elmhurst, IL

4/3             Fremont, OH

4/6             Jackson, MO

4/7             Bentonville, AR

4/8             Lawton, OK

4/9             Ada, OK

4/10           Yukon, OK

4/11           Jackson, MO

 

Andrew Peterson                  www.andrew-peterson.com

• Andrew is finishing up writing the next part of the Wingfeather Saga. As he tweeted yesterday:

Just hit 80,210 words in MONSTER IN THE HOLLOWS. That is a LOT of words.

• Dancing In The Minefields continues to make an impact with listeners. Here is a post from You Tube:

My parents have been dancing in the mine fields for 50 yrs, and now they are in the shadowlands as my dad has cancer and Alzheimer’s…..the line ‘remind me when I forget my name, remind me’ is so very poignant….this song is wonderful reminder that the shadows will disappear….not only our promises to each other carry us but the promises of God to restore all things new. Beautiful song!!!

•  The video for Dancing In The Minefields is now over 368,000 views. Who would have thought? This is what we are saying about that.

•  For updates on all things Andrew Peterson, follow him on Twitter at www.twitter.com/andrewpeterson

•  Andrew brought the Behold The Lamb of God concert experience to the Recreate worship leaders conference yesterday. Christmas in February! Check out THIS video from the conference

•  Here are a few twitter responses to the Behold The Lamb of God concert at Recreate:

* beautiful beautiful music by @andrewpeterson wrapped around quintessential story. I’m all tears and smiles

* Now on stage- @AndrewPeterson presenting “Behold The Lamb of God” at #recreate11 Stunningly beautiful!!

The best part of #recreate11 happening right now with @AndrewPeterson and his friends. Great songwriters.

•  Andrew starts touring again late February so mark you calendars to see him:

2/24           Lexington, KY

2/25           Wilmore, KY

2/26           Seymore, IN

3/4             Green Bay, WI

3/5             Watervliet, MI

3/12           Traverse City, MI

3/25           Charlotte, NC

3/26           Pleasant Garden, NC

3/27           Salisbury, NC

3/30           Gothenburg, Sweden

3/31           Skara, Sweden

4/1             Huskvama, Sweden

4/2             Hillerstorp, Sweden

4/3             Sollentuna, Sweden

4/4             Are, Sweden

4/6             Umea, Sweden

4/7             Ornskoldvik, Sweden

4/8             Harnosand, Sweden

4/9             Gavle, Sweden

4/10           Uppsala, Sweden

4/10           Orebro, Sweden

4/16           Baraboo, WI

5/4             Knoxville, TN

5/15           Hudsonville, MI

Me In Motion                        www.meinmotion.com
•  “Eye of the Hurricane” is #30 on the CHR chart.
•  Seth gives the story behind the song on You Tube. Check it out HERE
•  Seth is a busy guy right now producing on a few projects coming down the road – Peter Furler’s solo project, KJ-52, Manafest, Anthem Lights, and more
Sixteen Cities                         www.sixteencities.com
•  “Sing Along” climbed to #3 on WAY FM. Nice!
•  Sixteen Cities did a video giving the story behind the song of Pray You Through. Watch it HERE
Sixteen Cities has been added to the Bloom Music Conference. Here is a link to more info.
•  Make sure you continue to check out prayyouthrough.com to read the new stories being posted. Here is a small sample:

I had never heard this song until I saw your concert the other night and it was everything to hold back the tears. Something unspeakable happened to me not long ago and I was just crushed, unable to cope with it. I finally opened up to a good friend of mine and they had no words. I told them that they just needed to be there for me and pray. The only way I am able to get up and get through each day is knowing that I am being prayed for…

Read rest of the story HERE

•  Sixteen Cities out on tour:

2/11-13      Dallas, PA

2/18            Gatlinburg, TN

Downhere                              www.downhere.com
•  Have you checked out the bands videos as they start recording their new project? No? Well, I will give you one more chance.  Check them out on the bands You Tube channel.
•  Follow the band’s updates from the studio on Twitter – www.twitter.com/downhere
•  The band is heading out on the Out and Aboot Tour with Rush of Fools. Check out the dates:

3/09         Pell City, AL

3/11         Thomasville, GA

3/18         Bellville, GA

4/01         Lynchburgh, VA

4/07         Henning, TN

4/08         Knoxville, TN

4/09         Charlotte, NC

4/15         Wilmington, OH

4/16         Palos park, Il

4/29         Grennville, IL

5/01         Louisville, KY

5/06         Hardyston, NJ

5/07         Quakerstown, PA

Music listened to while writing this –Sara Bareilles “Kaleidoscope Heart” twice. Really great pop songs and I love the mixes.

32 Different Ways Artists Can Make Money…

February 7, 2011

By posting guest blogs, we’re showing our readers what we’re reading online. This one is a great blog from Digital Music News.

32 Different Ways Artists Can Make Money…

But which ones are really producing serious revenues?  Here 32 different possible possible revenue streams for artists, as compiled by the Future of Music Coalition (FMC).   The group is currently conducting a survey of musicians to figure out which streams are working the best.

A. If you are a composer or songwriter, here are possible revenue streams from your musical compositions…

1. Retail sales: Mechanical royalties from physical sales of recordings of your songs at stores, concerts or via mail order.

2. Digital sales: Mechanical royalties from digital sales via online services (CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon, eMusic, Rhapsody, MySpace Music)

3. Sheet music sales.

4. PRO Royalties: Royalties for the public performance of your work (airplay on radio, TV, movies, jukeboxes, live performance and foreign royalties, and home recording and foreign levy payments) as distributed to you by ASCAP/BMI/SESAC.

5. Advances from publishing companies during a publishing deal.

6. Payments from publishers for litigation settlements.

7. Commissions for works.

B. If you are a performer (think Patsy Cline), possible revenue from sound recordings…

8. Digital performance royalties: Royalties for the digital performance of your recordings — airplay on satellite radio, webcast stations, cable TV stations — distributed to you by SoundExchange.

9. Advances from record labels that are not just reimbursement of recording or touring expenses.

10. Label payments for tour support or recording expenses.

11. Payments from labels for litigation settlements.

12. AARC royalties: collected for digital recording of your songs, foreign private copying levies, and foreign record rental royalties, distributed to US artists by AARC.

13. AFM Payments (TV, Film): Payments from the Film Musicians Secondary Markets Fund to performers on recordings used in TV and other secondary uses.

14. AFM Payments (Recordings): Sound Recording Special Payments Fund to performers for the sales of recorded music

15. AFM/AFTRA Payments: Payments from the AFM/AFTRA Intellectual Property Rights Distribution Fund (distributes recording and performance royalties to the non-featured artists)

C. Possible revenue from licensing your musical composition or your sound recording…

16. Ringtone Sales: Mechanical revenue from ringtone sales

17. Synch Licenses: Synchronization royalties based on master rights licensing your song to TV/movies/video games/commercials

18. Sampling Licenses: Licensing fees from other musicians sampling your songs.

D. If you’re a performer, possible revenue from live performances…

19. Touring and shows: compensation for playing live shows or performances, including busking.

E. Revenue from a performer’s brand…

20. Merchandise sales: t-shirts, posters, etc.

21. Sponsorship: of tour or of a band/artist.

22. Direct financial support from fans/patrons.

23. Ad revenue or other miscellaneous income from your website properties (click-throughs, commissions on Amazon sales, etc.)

24. Acting in television, movies, commercials.

25. Product endorsements.

26. Other licensing of your persona (to video games, comic books, etc.)

F. Revenue from an artist’s knowledge of the craft…

27. Work for hire/hired as a studio or live musician or composer

28. Work as a music teacher

29. AFM/AFTRA session payments: Session payments for recording sessions, TV appearances, and performances flowing from synch licenses

30. Producer: income from producing or music direction

G. Other ways a musicians’ work can be funded:

31. Government grants.

32. Nonprofit/foundation grants.

Centricity Update 2/2

February 3, 2011

Another busy week in the Centricity world as we prepare for the three releases coming down the road. It is amazing how far in advance you start putting the plan together. This week was filled with conversations about album covers, photo shoots, promo tours and marketing budgets (the part we all hate but have to live with).

Any ideas of what you would like in the marketing of Aaron, Downhere or Jason in this coming year? Speak now while the plans are still fluid.

On to the latest updates…

 

Radio Update:

The story continues at radio with Jason Gray heading towards the top 10, Andrew P still getting a load of spins, and both Sixteen Cites and Me In Motion entered the CHR chart. We still have 2 songs on the AC monitored chart, 4 on the AC indicator, 2 on CHR and 3 on INSPO.

On to the rest of the radio news:

 

Chart Positions:

AC Mon: Dancing In The Minefields” Andrew Peterson – #17

“I Am New” Jason Gray –  #21

AC Ind: Dancing In The Minefields” Andrew Peterson – #14

“I Am New” Jason Gray –  #11

“The Stand” Jaime Jamgochian – New & Active (#35)

“Pray You Through” Sixteen Cites – New & Active (#37)

CHR: “Eye of the Hurricane” Me In Motion – New & Active (35)

“Pray You Through” Sixteen Cities – New & Active (#38)

INSPO: ““I Am New” Jason Gray – #9

“The Stand” Jaime Jamgochian –#16

Dancing In The Minefields” Andrew Peterson – New & Active (#25)

 

Adds:

“Eye Of The Hurricane” Me In Motion

CHR                WJLZ/ Norfolk, VA

WHRZ / Spartanburg, SC

WONU/ Chicago, IL

“Pray You Through” Sixteen Cities

CHR               WHRZ/ Spartanburg, SC

AC                  New Life Media

INSPO          KYCC/Stockton, CA

WFRN/Flint, MI

“Dancing In The Minefields” Andrew Peterson

AC                  WPER /Fredricksburg, VA

WWWA/ Augusta, ME

“I Am New” Jason Gray

AC                  WNEC / Madison, WI

INSPO           KLMP, Rapid Cities, SD

“The Stand” Jaime Jamgochian

AC                  KKJM/ St Cloud, MN

WHZN / Indianapolis, IN

Jason Gray                            http://www.jasongraymusic.com

•  Jason’s single “I Am New” continues to climb the chart heading to top 10!

•  “I Am New” is still #13 on the KLOVE chart.

• Jason did the debut cubical concert while at Pulse FM. Check out the video HERE

•   You need to check out this cool user-generated video for I Am New. Right here.

• Jason continues to write for his new project spending a couple of days next week with writer and producer Jason Ingram

•  In case you want to learn more about the wise and handsome Jason Gray, check out his Wikipedia site HERE

• Make sure you follow Jason on twitter to get his updates on the recording of his new record. http://www.twitter.com/jasongraymusic

• Jason heads out with Mark Schultz on the Renaissance Tour. Check out the dates at http://www.jasongraymusic.com

 

Andrew Peterson                  http://www.andrew-peterson.com

• Andrew Peterson signs to play football at Arkansas? WHAT? That what it says here. Oh, wait…. wrong Andrew Peterson

•  Andrew just posted “A Burst of Laughter: Some Thoughts on Writing”. It is a good read. Check it out here.

•  For updates on how things are going in the world of Andrew Peterson follow him on Twitter at www.twitter.com/andrewpeterson

•  Andrew starts touring again late February so mark you calendars to see him. Check the dates out at http://www.andre-peterson.com

 

Me In Motion                        http://www.meinmotion.com

•  “Eye of the Hurricane” breaks onto the CHR chart. That is the bands third time on the chart. Really grateful for the support from our friends out there in radio land.

•  Seth gives the story behind the song on You Tube. Check it out HERE

• A couple of months ago we did a contest where the winner had s song written exclusively for them by Me In Motion. Well, she showed up at one of their concerts. Check out the video of the band serenading her with the song they wrote. Priceless. Check it out on the bands You Tube channel, HERE.

 

Sixteen Cities                         http://www.sixteencities.com

•  “Sing Along” is still #4 on WAY FM with 67 spins this week

•  Sixteen Cities did a video giving the story behind the song of Pray You Through. Watch it HERE

Sixteen Cities has been added to the Bloom Music Conference. Here is a link to more info.

•  Make sure you continue to check out prayyouthrough.com to read the new stories being posted. Here is a small sample:

This is not only my story. Yesterday I had the urge to pray for my friend. I prayed for peace from God to her, and I somehow knew she needed God at the time. Afterwards I knew I had to text her, so I did. I told her that I prayed for her and that I hoped she was well. She replied to say that she had just gotten into a horrible accident and was on her way to the hospital…

Read rest of the story HERE

•  Sixteen Cities is out on tour, check the dates out at http://www.sixteencities.com

 

Downhere                              http://www.downhere.com

•  Have you checked out the bands videos as they start recording their new project? No? Well, I will give you one more chance.  Check them out on the bands You Tube channel.

•  Follow the band’s updates from the studio on Twitter – www.twitter.com/downhere

•  The band is heading out on the Out and Aboot Tour with Rush of Fools. Check out the dates at http://www.downhere.com

Music listened to while writing this –The Boxer Rebellion “The Cold Still” and Broken Bells “Broken Bells”, with a little Carrie Underwood towards the end

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