Wednesday, December 19, 2007
Here is a little video of the night
Wednesday, November 28, 2007
Sunday, November 18, 2007
Me and Boys are set to record the new CD Project beginning this weekend.
We are laying down the tracks at the famous Ocean Way Studios here in Nashville..... A lot of great stuff has come out of that place....So it is definitely an honor.
Saturday, November 10, 2007
Currently we, Todd Cecil, which is I and the TCBand are looking for individuals to help out with bookings or publicity.
It doesn't matter if this is something you have done in the past....sometimes the new attitude is the best.......So if you want to do it now is what counts!!
So Publicity consists of
****getting the word out about the shows and the music
-internet (myspace and Blogs)
-contacting those newspaper guys.....they are usually very nice and want to hear from you.
-and rallying people in areas to hand some flyers.....the street teams you know!!!
and Whatever creative ideas you could bring to the table.
***Of course consists of helping us find the shows and scheduling a date
-Negotiating skills are good here.....but also I feel I am pretty good at the negotiations
Would Love to Hear From You......and oh yeah you gotta love the music....and of course be a positive hearted person!!!!
Sunday, October 28, 2007
Red Band Bar and Grill with Uncle Gram
Interview from Oct 13 2007....was a 30 minute interview broken into 3 parts.
It might take a few minutes for these to load....but eventually you will see the little blue arrows to play....
Shortlight CD Review.....Thanks Jason
There seems to be a unique artist budding amongst the country music backdrop of Nashville. 'Sweet Cynthia and the Nashville Music Co.', the second CD from this artist, is a blend of music styles, slide guitar and soothing raspy vocals.
Digging a little deeper in the lyrics will prove to be a fruitful endeavor for the poetic minded.
...very promising, one not to be missed, and we look forward to hearing more.
Short Light Reviews
Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Well I hope this isn't too superficial, but I am having a blast driving this car..so I thought I would post it.
I've had it about 3 months and for some reason seem to like it more the more I drive it.
Cars always seem to be good goals for people, benchmarks for success I guess....which in all honesty is good, as long as it doesn't lead to superficial-ality.
For me I think there is a wee bit of redneck in me that might shine through with my attraction to the shiny cars..the hotrods if you will. My Grandmothers brothers son is legendary drag racer Ronnie Sox, who won five National Hot Rod Association championships. He resently died of cancer....he was a great guy!!
Here he is tearing up the track in the glory days....and I remember seeing this car when I was a little kid.
.....so alittle family history to justify my indulgence.....thus it's not superficial.......must be somewhere embedded in the genes........oh yeah!!!!
Footnote from my Dad about this one
"In 1972 in his '72 Hemi Cuda he won all but one of the national events that year. I think there were about 12.
The one he lost he missed a shift for the ONLY time in his entire career. He also had many "0-0-0" reaction times on the lights at the start...unheard of even today...today, the comparable
class to what Ronnie was in back in the day don't have four speeds but rather have push button shifts...Ronnie told me just before he died that the driver had been taken out of the race
due to this."
Thursday, October 18, 2007
Weird Beard, legendary DJ and staple in the Radio Rock Community of Columbia....and by the way a great guy....has been playing 'When the Levee Breaks' and 'Lady in the Moonshine'. So I must extend a huge thank you to the man, for this and for getting folks out to see the shows and for coming to the shows yourself....Cheers Weird Beard for the play and for not being one of the 'plastic personalities' out there.
Tuesday, October 16, 2007
Definitely a Magic Night...I had such a good time once again. This was in doors ( not as cold on the old guitars ) So we got to play in tune.....was a little bit of a hassel at Utopia....just because it was getting colder and the 43 gibson and 87 martin are alittle cranky when the weather changes.
Saturday, October 13, 2007
Uncle Gram and the Red Bank Bar and Grill Radio Show - Columbia
Oct 13th.....Morning show!!!
The Man behind the curtain....Gram you are the coolest
Too Much fun
back up on the perc...the magic Jackson
Matt the photographer (cameraman/egg shaker)
Friday, October 12, 2007
Great little outdoor room......the night was cool and southern.
I met so many new friends and so many old ones....here are some shots from the night.
This was the second time I have played with the band, and once again these guys were awesome.