Ok, so this week has been very crazy, like most weeks I guess. I’m working on promoting my show next month in Bowling Green, KY at The Spillway Bar and Grill. I contacted all the media there and landing two TV spots, one is an interview on WNKY and the other is an on air performance on WBKO. I’m still working some radio spots. In the middle of that, I’m planning for Open Mic night at the Frankfort Applebee’s. That is always a good time. There are a lot of people that come out because there is live music. Then there is Zionsville Relay for life and Ned’s Corner Pub Friday. And Saturday, the band will be playing at The Taste Of Tippecanoe at 4pm on the Crossroads Stage, and headlining the Darlington Music Fest that night at 10pm. Tim Brouk from the Lafayette Journal and Courier contacting me because he is doing a story about guitars to promote the Taste, sent a pic and answered some questions about my guitar. That is going to be a good read 🙂 !
I’ve been trying to contact Doc’s Music Hall for over a year and finally got a response yesterday about a Sept date, so that is cool! Persistence pays off! Speaking of persistence, I’ve been emailing Indy Style, a TV station in Indy, for over a year, and called them today, left another message…
In addition to all that, I’m planning a trip to Nebraska. I’ll be playing about 3 or 4 shows out that way, thanks to my good friend and awesome musician Shawn Cole, who is helping book those shows for me! You should check him out!
The Local Thunder is a radio show on the Red Rooster Radio. This week they kicked off the show with a song off of my new CD, Another Mountain to Climb, which was very cool! Red Rooster Radio is a pretty cool station, if you like indie artists, you should check it out!
Most of the time when I’m working on all this, I have about 10 tabs open on my browser and about 3-4 windows open going back and forth trying to keep up with myself. This is all the fun behind the scenes. It’s a lot of work to go play music for a night, but I wouldn’t trade for anything!