If you missed the event, or if you were there and want to re-read the story of the evening, you can read the full article on the Music Hall site.
In today’s article on the current music scene, In Danger of Being Discovered got a nice nod.
Thanks, Portsmouth Patch!
One in the Spotlight – a nice wrap up of our benefit screening and concert by JL Stevens – and one in this NH Magazine list of reasons to love New Hampshire.
We’re touched! Thank you!
Producer Marc Dole did an interview with New Hampshire publication The Hippo in January 2012. Read the interview here.
(we’ll add the transcription of the article here once it’s available in the Hippo archives)
We have more auction items coming in every day. Do you want to donate an item? Contact us by Thursday!
You won’t want to miss these, so get your bids ready for Friday night!
2 copies of “Classical Fear Conditioning” by Fly Spinach Fly – autographed by all band members
2 copies of “Insatiable/Semper Fi” 45 by Fly Spinach Fly on green vinyl
1-2 complete Thanks To Gravity catalog (CD’s) signed by the band
2 copies of “Sonata Brutalle” by Thanks to Gravity
2 copies of limited edition “Start” by Thanks to Gravity (Capitol Records Release)
1 copy of rare Say Zuzu “Live in Germany” double disc/DVD
1 Groovechild tambourine – signed by band
1 cassette copy of “Sick at Last” by Groovechild – signed by band
1 Groovechild caricature t-shirt by Bob Nilsson – signed by band
1 one hour guitar lesson with Bryan Killough
1 one hour guitar lesson with Jon McCormack
1 one hour bass lesson with Tim McCoy
In Danger of Being Discovered got a nice write-up today from the Seacoast Online News Spotlight.
You can read the full article at their site.
We are so excited for the benefit on the 27th! Have you gotten your tickets yet?
Download the print version of the article – Almost famous_ Film looks back at the Seacoast’s ’90s music scene _ SeacoastOnline – here.
Funds from the benefit will go toward festival submissions and related expenses, film production costs, marketing costs and finding distribution for the film. Invest in your local music and film family and help the Portsmouth Music Scene finally see the spotlight it so richly deserves.