|Posted on Tuesday, July 02, 2002 - 9:00 am: |
This band should by all means be huge.
I would love to find a way to bring them to my area...we need quality music and entertainment here.
ANY idea how this might happen...
|Posted on Tuesday, July 02, 2002 - 9:54 am: |
Yes, south Jersey has been VERY quite in terms to GrooveLily gigs. It would be great if you could stir things up a bit.
Check out the instructions found on the Where We've Been Page for helping to bring the band to your area.
Also, please consider joining the Petal Pusher army. We could use your support in south Jersey.
p.s. Where have you seen GrooveLily perform in the past?
|Posted on Tuesday, July 02, 2002 - 4:14 pm: |
Rob's right; South Jersey has been fallow ground. GrooveLily's played in Philadelphia, in Bethlehem (where you saw them), and in northern NJ, but not east of the Delaware/south of James Fenimore Cooper rest stop. Any suggestions you might have as to venues would be welcomed. As would your formal enlistment into the Revolution. You've taken the first step: gone to see GrooveLily, been ensorcelled by the music, and heard Val urge you to spread the word. Becoming a Petal Pusher doesn't cost anything more (usually) than time and sweat, and in return you have the reward of turning others onto a Really Good Thing. The Quality Music Revolution needs to spread, so that GrooveLily really does become as big as they deserve. Hope you join--it's a blast!
|Posted on Wednesday, July 03, 2002 - 1:45 am: |
I wrote to Joann Murdock tonight and joined the PetalPushers to see what happens.
I have a few locations in mind for a show including a great little dinner theatre in my town that is empty mostly all the time.
It would be a blast to host a show there! Seats 200 to 300 people and is in "like new" condition. It needs acts....
We'll see how this works and just maybe it'll fly.