Wednesday, August 18, 2010

The Little Louis Band

These guys kicked ass at The Exposure Concert so I asked them for a biz card which I promised I would post on my blog so here it is...
Thanks Guys.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

EXPOSURE Concert - Suzanne Perry

Maria from Soul Custody, Soul Custody filled the 8pm slot on 8/13. Thank You, Maria!

Ida from Old Skool, Old Skool played the 8pm slot on 8/14. Thank You Ida, Nice Fender Bass!

Silkat6 played the 2nd slot on 8/13.

One of the featured acts on 8/15 was The Little Louis Band.

The EXPOSURE was an awesome 3 - Day affair. NDS Studios provided the live online 24/7 stream.

Check out Suzanne Perry on Youtube

Featured Bands included:
Inner Chyld, Soul Custody, Old Skool

ampserand had a handbill at the show so I scanned and posted it.

Glycerine Imaging and Suzanne Perry have alot of cool photos of this Facebook event online, look them up.

Thank You Suzy!

Monday, August 2, 2010

The Path

At this concert, some sat on couches. Others remained in wheelchairs. One little girl peeked over the mask covering her face.
They came Friday morning to listen to a local band, The Path, which played a benefit concert at Women and Children's Hospital.
"I knew that this would be the best place," said lead singer Lainee Bianca.
Bianca and two other band members, Joseph Militello and John Eberle, came to play the benefit concert Friday morning in order to raise money for the hospital's Autism Center.

The Path played unplugged versions of 3 original and 3 cover songs.
Bianca first approached Jana Mertz, one of the administrators who runs the Autism Center, about the concert nearly a year ago.
"She wanted to do what she could to give back to the community," Mertz said. "It's an honor that they've done this for us."
The Path plans to donate proceeds from its new CD and single, "In My World."

The single is available through Amazon and iTunes.
A few years ago, Bianca wrote the song after dealing with her son's autism diagnosis. "In My World" describes an autistic child talking to his parents. She knew she wanted to use the song to raise money for autism research.
"I had to figure out what place I wanted to donate to, and I wanted it to be meaningful," Bianca said.
When trying to decide on the donations, she remembered her frustration when her son received his diagnosis. There was no single place for autistic patients and their families to receive treatment. But when she learned that Women and Children's Hospital had established the Autism Center, she chose to donate the proceeds there, she said.
The band is a piecemeal collection of artists. The Path is drummer John Weatherby, guitarist John Eberle and bassist Joseph Militello. Bianca is the vocalist.

Click here to watch a highlight of The Path's performance at Women's and Children's Hospital.

Check out The Path on Youtube

Here's The Path on Myspace