Hot Bodies In Motion was featured on our Japan Compilation album. They have a new video out, and if you re-post it to your Facebook, Twitter, or share it in any other way, you can email them and they’ll send you a free mp3 TODAY ONLY! Check out the vid!
So my talented partner of Le Grand Cru is in a band called Garage Voice. They’ve got some pretty rockin’ tunes and need all of our help!
Check out this vid for more info:
So join me and help be a part of this awesome project!
Click the following week to participate: Garage Voice Kickstarter
If you want to win 2 free tickets to the Death Cab/The Head and the Heart concert on October 22, 2011 at Key Arena @ Seattle Center, follow these 2 steps then leave a comment here under this post! We are trying to help our good friend win an engagement ring! A contest within a contest!!!!
Step 1: (click this link and “like” the picture): https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=2430589601959&set=o.208383602529029&type=1&theater Step 2: (click this link and “like” the Van Craeynest page): https://www.facebook.com/victorianjewels Contest is now over!!! THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO ENTERED!
REMEMBER to leave a comment on this blog post to let us know you entered! If you already voted, all you have to do is leave a comment!
Contest ends tonight (October 2, 2011) at 6PM PST. SO HURRY!!!
YOU MUST DO BOTH STEPS FOR THE VOTE TO COUNT. WE WILL BE CHECKING! WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED OCTOBER 5, 2011!
Le Grand Cru is only responsible for delivering the tickets. One winner will be chosen at random.
Congrats to Kyle Jones for winning the tickets to Noah’s show at the Columbia City Theater. Here’s a little recap from Kyle:
A Family Ordeal
Noah Gundersen’s CD release at Columbia City Theater was a family engagement and the perfect thing to get away from the city grind during Seafair festivities. Sister Abby was on stage playing in both the opening acts as well as with Noah for the whole show. The second opener Le Wrens is comprised on three Gundersen’s including Elizabeth, Jonathan, and Abby, with close friends Kale Lotton and Michael Porter rounding out the band. There twist of folk and country, singer song writer style perfectly prepped the crown for Noah’s set. Le Wrens, although young, played a very polished set with all original music, except for a cover of Johnny Cash’s song, Folsom Prison Blues which really got the crowd going. On to Noah….the twenty two year old never ceases to amazing me. Him and Abby accompanied by his first opener, Zach Fleury, who played percussion throughout the first half of Noah’s set, wowed the crowd with beautiful stories, acoustic awesomeness, and vocals beg you to picture his songs as he sung them. Its hard to pin point the feeling you get when you hear him play but its like you can actually hear what his soul is saying. It was definitively a night to remember and a reason to look forward to the winter when Noah will be releasing a full length album. Thanks to Le Grand Cru for hooking me up with tickets and a free signed CD. And if you haven’t heard Noah Gundersen please check out his bandcamp and facebook pages, listen to his music and catch his next show, you will not regret it.
Pictures courtesy of Michael Porter