Events Horizon – Wednesday, April 25, 2012

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Hello and welcome to the last Event’s Horizon for April, 2012. This, as you know, is our weekly Guitar Noise blog post where you can get news and pertinent information concerning upcoming shows featuring members and friends of the Guitar Noise community, taking place all over the world. Or at least wherever and whenever people let us know they’re happening!

And, being the last posting in April, it means you’ve only a few days to send a note of congratulations to Tom McLaughlin and Life Is Drama, who have been chosed as Main Floor Music’s Band of the Month for April 2012. Go check it out! And be sure to check out Life Is Drama live if you have the chance!

As you know, we at Guitar Noise believe that the true power, wonder and beauty of music comes when it gets shared with the world. So whenever you’re out playing, we’d really like to do is to help promote your shows, whether it’s in a stadium or at a ten-seat coffee house. Not only is it a great way to help support each other, it’s also a terrific way to meet more musicians!

Every Wednesday, we’ll post here about the gigs we know are coming up in the following ten days or so. Hopefully you’ll get a chance to attend a show should they happen to be in your corner of the world! So here are some places you might check out (and be sure to write in to let us know of and post some more!):

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Another week’s gone by and it’s time once again for The Parlor’s weekly open mic, located at 734 Warren Street in Hudson, New York. Singer / songwriter, Marilyn Miller hosts the evening in this incredibly friendly little coffee house. Runs from 7 to 9 PM and all ages are welcome.

Friday, April 27, 2012

North Carolina’s hottest rocking band, Doesn’t Madder, has a gig at Risto’s Restaurant, 123 North Center Street in Statesville, North Carolina. The music starts at 9 PM.

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Hudson’s own Marilyn Miller gets her own showcase evening at The Parlor Saturday Concert Series, located at 734 Warren Street in Hudson, New York. Show runs from 7 to 9 PM.

Rock out at The Opra House Saloon with Doesn’t Madder. The Opra House Saloon is located at 132 Sunset Avenue in Asheboro, North Carolina and the music goes from 9 until they close the place down for the night. Or morning, as the case may be!

Monday, April 30, 2012

If you live around Zurich, spend Monday night with Australian band The Wishing Well, who’ll be playing an 8 PM show at Kultur in der Kapelle, Urdorferstrasse 32 in Dietikon, Switzerland.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

The Wishing Well kicks off the month of May with a show at Suedpunkt, located at Pillenreuther Str. 147 in Nuremburg, Germany. The music commences at 8 PM.

TONIGHT! Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Rhapsody of Fire brings their hard rock show to the Kwadrat in Krakow, Poland.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

The Wishing Well lnads in Leipzig, Germany for an 8 PM performance at Noch Besser Leben, which is located at Merseburger Strasse 25.

And over in Poland, Tom Hess and Rhapsody of Fire are playing at Progresja in Warsaw, Poland. This is the band’s last show before starting a headlining tour of the US and Canada in late May.

Here in the States, you’ll find singer / songwriter Marilyn Miller hosting the weekly open mic at The Parlor, located at 734 Warren Street in Hudson, New York. This incredibly friendly event runs from 7 to 9 PM and all ages are welcome.

Friday, May 4, 2012

Australian band The Wishing Well will be performing over the weekend at the Labadoux Festival in Ingelmuster, Belgium. Tonight they’ll be playing at the Pub Tent starting at 11:30 PM.

It seems like Doesn’t Madder is playing every weekend these days! That’s great that they continue to bring live music all through North Carolina. And this weekend is no exception as they have an 8 PM show at the Conover Tavern, 116 First Street South in Conover, North Carolina. Music plays until 11 PM.

Tom McLaughling and Life Is Drama make their debut at Tailgaters, located at 431 Boughton Road in Bollingbrook, Illinois. It’s a free show and it’s also a relatively early one, running from 8 PM until 10 PM. Come on out and have a great time!

Saturday, May 5, 2012

to George’s on the Lake, 101 North Catawba in Rhodhiss, North Carolina. The show runs from 9 PM until midnight.

The Wishing Well plays late at the Labadoux Festival in Ingelmuster, Belgium. Tonight they’ll be starting at 11:45 PM in the Concert Tent.

And you can catch me, along with the “Players to be Named Later” (meaning I have no idea who’s showing up to do backup – which makes rehearsals extremely interesting!) playing at The Parlor Saturday Concert Series, held at The Parlor, 734 Warren Street in Hudson, New York. Show runs from 7 to 9 PM.

Please feel free to email about whatever gigs you’ve got coming up. Send your gig dates to dhodgeguitar@aol.com and try to put “˜gig alert’ in the subject header. As mentioned, we’ll be posting the latest schedule every Wednesday. We’d love to include you in our listing.

Also feel free to add upcoming dates in the “Comments” section of this thread. That way we’ll be able to add your next performance to our future updates.

We wish you the best with your shows as well as a great time at any show you can attend. Maybe you’ll get to meet some of your Guitar Noise friends in person at long last!

Peace

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Since joining Guitar Noise in November 1999, David has written over a thousand articles, lessons, interviews and reviews. He also serves as the site's Managing Editor, supervising all content in addition to the continued writing of his own lessons and articles.

In April 2013, David also joined the writing staff of Answers.com, heading up their Guitar Pages.

And if that wasn't enough to keep him busy, David also contributes frequently to Acoustic Guitar Magazine. He also is the author of three Idiot's Guide to Guitar books: The Complete Idiot's Guide to Guitar, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Playing Rock Guitar and The Complete Idiot's Guide to Playing Bass Guitar as well as The Complete Idiot's Guide to Playing the Ukulele and the co-writer of The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Art of Songwriting.

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