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 Communication Can Make You Or Break You by Vince Smith
vincenttwice writes If there's one constant in the music business, it's that you have to be good with people to get anywhere. You have to talk to agents, managers, club owners, fans, record execs, promoters, and of course your own bandmates, and you need to learn how to be good at communicating in any given situation if you want to achieve success as an artist. Effective communication begins with knowledge. You have to know, or at least SOUND like you know what you're talking about in order to convince the other person or organization that you're worth taking seriously. Click "Read More" below.
Posted by chief editor on Wednesday, March 17, 2004 @ 06:18:27 EST (4459 reads)
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 ST. Patrick's Day with Bruno's Brawlers
wiki writes It's that time again! Come on out on St. Patrick's Day and have a Guinness with Bruno's Brawlers, and enjoy some fine traditional Irish music @ The Gaelic League Beer Tent, Detroit, MI 12pm-4pm. Also appearing @ The Sidetrack Bar & Grill in Ypsilanti, MI 7pm-close. For more info @ www.brunosbrawlers.com
Posted by chief editor on Monday, March 15, 2004 @ 20:20:59 EST (3574 reads)
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 FUL-FAC-SHUN DEMO RELEASE!
optera writes Theres a new metal band in town and it aint pretty. Ful-Fac-Shun is set to rip up the Detroit scene by getting their grimey little hands on every gig they can armed with a four-song debut EP/demo (free at every FFS show). It was recorded by none other than Bill Wyte @ One Eye Blind Studios (he's the drummer from Abandon for those who dont know). If you do get a demo keep your ears out for a hidden track that can't be found online. I think eveyone will enjoy it. Click "Read More" for links and more info.
Posted by chief editor on Monday, March 15, 2004 @ 19:34:06 EST (2737 reads)
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 THE DISH w/ Big sexy 3/14/04
bigsexysoundman writes I would like to start out by congratulating everyone at Michiganbands.com on the sucess of Frog-a-Palooza. I personally (regrettably) could not attend due to a family emergency. All is well on that front. I kept in touch with some of the bands that played and they all said it went very well and the turnout was great. I guarantee I will not miss next year shows. Now here's what's been going on in the last few weeks ...
Posted by chief editor on Monday, March 15, 2004 @ 18:32:31 EST (3103 reads)
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 Many, Many BIG THANKS to . . .
First, Michiganbands.com would like to give Big Thanks to All The Bands who drove from all over the state to perform at Frogapalooza, did it all on time (without any bitching) and treated everybody with respect and graciousness. We are humbled by your support, your professionalism and your endless well of talent. Special Thanks to Space Nelson, Sonic Disturbance, Radiocraft, 83rd Dream and The All Stars (yes, I said The All Stars) for donating cash and goodies to the cause. Big Thanks and Big Hugs to Fish and Molly for being there to support us in our time of need (Fish, I would be buried in a laundry pile of MB T-Shirts if it wasn't for your merch-table genius! And Molly, thanks for working with what we had!). Big Thanks to Brad @ Bullfrog for being such an attentive host (we were never in need of anything). Big thanks to the Bullfrog Security and Wait Staff who made sure everyone was safe and happy. Big Thanks to Soundman Mike for making all the bands sound their best and doing it all with a nod and a smile (there were many compliments from the musicians). Big Thanks To Guitar Center (Canton) for donating a drum-set for the bands to use. You made our lives and set-up so much easier and more efficient! Finally, Big Thanks To Everyone Who Attended Frogapalooza and to everyone else who made this 3-day, 27 band marathon possible and successful. We hope we didn't forget anyone (it's been a very long weekend) but if we did we give thanks to you too!

- Mitch and Webmaster Rick
Posted by chief editor on Monday, March 15, 2004 @ 06:55:00 EST (3987 reads)
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Topic: Michigan Bands News


 There's Still Time To Show Your Support - and dig the music!
It's already been a long, but music-saturated weekend for Webmaster Rick and I, but the bands keep coming and you still have an opportunity to show your support (Sunday, March 14th) and enjoy a full day's worth of entertainment for only $6. Starting at 2 p.m. we have Backhand, a young group from the Flint area. At 3 pm it's Sonic Disturbance, a one-man electronic act who dropped off a stack of free EP's for the crowd last night. At 4:30 we have Sarah Brosch, (formerly of "Reagan?") who's been busy working her solo act on the coffee-house circuit. For the dinner hour we have Laura Wilke, a country artist whose been recording in Nashville. And from our state's capitol in Lansing, we have JIVA (which is a sanskrit word for "the living soul") at 7:30. Coming all the way down from their weekend gig in Traverse City, Maybe August will be taking over the stage at 9 O'Clock. Finally, Soul Driven Dan and his crew will be setting the Redford straight with some hard stuff and Busy Signal will be taking us home - where we'll sleep for a week! Check out these bands online by visiting our Line-Up page and we'll see ya there, right?
Posted by chief editor on Sunday, March 14, 2004 @ 13:02:54 EST (2544 reads)
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Topic: Michigan Bands News


 Radiocraft Featured Performance Tonight @ Frogapalooza
RADIOCRAFT is ready, willing and able to bust out a top-flight performance for you tonight at The Bullfrog (Sat, March 13th). It is our distinct pleasure to play host to this rare and talented band from the Washington/Romeo, MI area who've given us at least as much support as we've given them. If you haven't yet purchased a copy of their brilliant debut [IN STEREO] we strongly suggest you do (click here). If you're more of the "download-it-to-my-iPod" kind of person, Radiocraft music is now available digitally at Apple's iTunes, Napster, and other pay-per-song sites (click here). Come out to The Bullfrog early (1pm) to catch all 11 BANDS of various genres today for a measly $6 and cap off your Saturday with a pleasing dose of Radiocraft. Click "Read More" for links to other news regarding this band.
Posted by chief editor on Saturday, March 13, 2004 @ 11:22:40 EST (3907 reads)
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  Last & Frequency 54 to Provide the Pounding
Don't think we've forgot about you hard rock and metal fans out there. Sure, Frogapalooza is going to start out with some soul, power-pop and MOR rock, but it will be the heavy hitters taking us all the way to hotel-motel time tonight (Friday, March 12th). Last and Frequency 54 respectively will be pounding down the walls of the Bullfrog into the wee hours of morning. So take your ibuprofen and get out your neck brace, folks - there's gonna be some head-bangin' tonight!!
Posted by chief editor on Friday, March 12, 2004 @ 15:43:34 EST (3191 reads)
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Topic: Michigan Bands News


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