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Everything You Didn't Want to Know about April Fool's Day... Not Really!

There's a lot going on right now. St. Patrick's Day marked the official start of the yearly madness. Andrew is booking gigs, and I'm busying promoting them.

Course, I haven't done as much on this website, since I like the feed back I get via livejournal and myspace. But I will try to make regular updates here. Feel free to remind me. ;)

In fact, if you read our last Crier, you know I'm also trying to get some street teams up and running. If you are interested in seeing how you can help, read this page.

Happily, some of our projects are going along brilliantly. Have you listened to A Brobdingnagian Minute? It's our podcast that comes out every couple o'weeks. We're still in Season One. (I thought it'd be cool to run the podcast in Seasons). The sound quality is better than ever. And if you've never seen us live, this is the third best thing. (I mean, obviously, you have to own the CDs first. ;)

Oh! And remember you don't need to own an iPod to listen. And it may be dangerous to listen to at work, because you might bust up laughing in the middle of your office.

Oh! And don't for get to join the NEW message board.

Our April Fool's Day show as a smashing success. We had a few folks who found was while searching for free irish music as well as folks who just casually dropped by and of course, our loving Nagians. All in all, it was a brilliant show.

I've had a sinus infection since we got back from New York and was having trouble singing, but seems like no one noticed. So that's always a good sign. If you made it out to the show or for that matter ANY of our shows, make sure you let the venue know. That's the surest way to get us back soon. Send them an email.

One of my latest promotional ideas is recording Station IDs for podcasts who play us via the Podsafe Music Network.

In today's batch, I had a podcaster from Greece. The problem is the show, VryPannet Radio, is in Greek. Sure he's playing us singing in English, but what good is an English version of "Hi. This is Marc Gunn of the..." So I asked him how to say it in Greek.

I just hope I didn't say anything bad. ;)

So wanna hear? :) Listen Now!

I guess that's enough rambling for now. The letter of the day is B and we're sponsored by the number 2. Thanks for reading and drop by again some time.

--posted by Marc Gunn of the Brobdingnagian Bards, Celtic Folk Music
  Sunday, April 02, 2006


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