July 23, 2009

Rock Show USA

The MTX's smarter, more Sacramento-y half, Bobby and Ted, have launched a new music website called Rock Show USA.

Take it away, Bobby:

We're just getting started, but we have some big plans in the works to provide some really useful tools for bands, venues, and fans of live music. For the time being we have articles on band promotion, touring and home recording. We also have a music news blog, featured artists (our first featured group is the Dollyrots from L.A.), and a growing reviews section. We launched the site last night, so if you have a moment head on over to www.rockshowusa.com and take a look and register with the site.

One of the many things they have planned for the site is to feature road stories, and they have put up one of mine. Many of you probably remember the dark tale of our near-brush with death in North Carolina a ways back, but for those who don't, it's all here.

Posted by Dr. Frank at July 23, 2009 07:48 PM | TrackBack

I know it's not a very original idea but everybody who has been in a band for a fairly lenghthy amount of time has some pretty crazy stories and every person's stories are different. I myself thoroughly enjoy those whether they come from Mick Jagger or Ben Weasel. Everybody who has ever toured in a band for more than three albums should write a book about their weird encounters and experiences.

Posted by: Zaphod at July 24, 2009 02:13 PM
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