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 2004 Halloween Masquerade Ball
jackieblue writes Webmaster Note: Tom from Jackie Blue has recently been working on a number of projects to address some of the issues confronting unsigned artists.  This latest project is aimed at the dilemma that most unsigned artists face, how to balance the benefits of "exposure" against the need to make a living at what they do.  The idea is a simple one. Artists get paid for their time and money is raised for a worth cause.  Read on for the full story.

The 2004 Halloween Masquerade Ball, 30 October (Detroit) is a test event for an idea that Jackie Blue has been working on for several years. Our mission for this event (and future ones) is to bring together, musicians, artists, creative people, local communities and business folks in order to support local art AND raise funds for worthwhile charities.

After several years of preparation work, we're now ready to put our money where our mouth is: Our first project is to support Habitat for Humanity-Detroit with our Halloween Masquerade Ball event on 30 October in Detroit. As a long-time volunteer contributor to Habitat for Humanity, we do a good job of raising funds for the building of homes (our primary goal), but a poor job of raising a smaller amount of funds to keep Habitat for Humanity-Detroit's full-time staff paid. The monthly fluctuations in money available to pay Habitat's staff is very tough on them and also takes time away from their primary goal.
Posted by webmaster on Wednesday, October 06, 2004 @ 23:08:53 EDT (4383 reads)
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 Local hard rockers Left For Dead complete work on 2nd CD!
kjonez writes Local hard rockers Left For Dead have completed work on their second full length CD. The CD is an independent release containing ten new songs. The band is supporting the CD with a blitz of various local clubs in the next two months with shows scheduled at such places as Paycheck's, the Elbow Room, US12, and the New Way. For info on shows please check out band website listed below. CDs will be available at the show and you can also hear some of the new tunes on the band's website.
www.leftfordeaddetroit.com
Posted by webmaster on Wednesday, October 06, 2004 @ 22:41:00 EDT (3461 reads)
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Topic: Michigan Bands News


 Pop/Rock Artist Teddy Richards Signs to Skip Records
luckymonkey writes Hot off a series of sold out west coast concerts, opening for soul legend Aretha Franklin, Teddy Richards now turns his attention to a lucrative label deal with Skip Records. The Hamburg, Germany based record label recently signed Richards with plans to release his CD “Chelsea Sketches” internationally in November 2004. The Detroit based singer/songwriter will celebrate the signing on Tuesday, October 12 with a live performance at Goodnite Gracie (222 S. Sherman Dr., Royal Oak, MI, Ph: 248-544-7490). Besides CD giveaways, the German beer Spatan will also be on special. Doors are at 8 pm, and there is no cover for this show. Ages 18 and over are welcome.
Posted by webmaster on Tuesday, October 05, 2004 @ 20:02:43 EDT (3348 reads)
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 Motor City Music Conference To Rock Downtown Detroit in April 2005
luckymonkey writes The first annual Motor City Music Conference (MC2) will take place in downtown Detroit on April 20-24, 2005. Uniting music industry professionals, music fans and musicians, MC2 will feature three days of music industry panels, a music and lifestyle tradeshow at Cobo Expo Center, and over 400 bands from all over the world performing in 40 plus Detroit venues.

“Detroit has such a rich musical history. With the massive success of Eminem, The White Stripes and Kid Rock focusing the international music industry and media on the Detroit music scene, it’s a perfect time for the Motor City Music Conference,” explains Erica Koltonow, one of the conference co-directors.
Posted by webmaster on Tuesday, October 05, 2004 @ 19:55:07 EDT (4222 reads)
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 Detroit Bass Fest Oct. 24th 2004
detroitbassfest writes Detroit Bass Fest is an upcoming concert featuring 7 internationally known bassists, including special guest performer Matthew Garrison. The concert will be held at The Tenny Street Roadhouse in Dearborn, Mi. on Sunday, October 24, 2004. Doors open at 5 p.m., and all ages are welcome. Tickets are $15.00 in advance, $20.00 the day of the show, and are available on the show's website, at Low Down Sound, and at the Tenny Street Roadhouse...
Posted by webmaster on Friday, October 01, 2004 @ 23:20:44 EDT (3743 reads)
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 CPR ON THE WB!
cashtill writes The Cobalt Party Revolution track "Hiphop Don't" was recently featured in the WB's primtetime drama, One Tree Hill. The song was played nearly in it's entirety during a party scene. (the scene also featured Huey Lewis gettin' down to the CPR jam! How cool is that?). According to mediaweek.com over 4.83 million viewers tuned in that night. The episode originally aired on September 28th and is titled "Truth doesn't make a noise", be sure to catch the reruns! You can visit the...
Posted by webmaster on Friday, October 01, 2004 @ 22:48:09 EDT (2910 reads)
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 CORE EFFECT and INKVINE, OCT 7th @ THE EMERALD THEATRE
midgettown writes Midget Town and Core Effect have become one. Come witness the new face of Detroit music next Thursday Oct. 7th at the Emerald Theatre as the band has fused its efforts into one name and one awesome set.

This is an 18+ show. Headlining the show will be Inkvine. Also playing are national recording artists Auto Pilot along with local acts Austis and As they sleep. This show is going to be huge, so get your tickets in advance. The show is sponsored by Detroit Choppers, Noir Leather, Dirtbag Clothing, The Plum Pit, and Rock-A-Billys. Tickets and cds are available at all these locations.

The show times are as follows:
Posted by webmaster on Friday, October 01, 2004 @ 09:04:25 EDT (3801 reads)
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 MassDysfunction gets a new website!!!
jammindude writes

See, I told you to stay tuned to www.massdysfunction.com for all your Massdysfunctional needs. Now they have gone and hooked up a totally cool website. Go check it out and sign up to the forum and talk to the band. I hear Scott the bass player is a pretty cool guy. What's gonna happen next from these guys?

Webguy note: The site opens from the home page in a new java window.  Make sure you have any popup blockers turned off to view the site.  Google toolbar and other popular popup blockers will block it.  Good work guys.  I like the full screen and thanks for putting the close window link on the bottom of the page.

Posted by webmaster on Friday, October 01, 2004 @ 08:45:06 EDT (4423 reads)
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Topic: Web Watch


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