Hello and my apologies to everyone who may have been looking for our May 2, 2012 post of Guitar Noise’s “Events Horizon.” Truth be told, it was sometime last Sunday when I thought to myself, “did I ever post that last week?” and then, realizing that indeed I had not, decided to just wait until this week to post a new one.
So, anyway, welcome to the belated first Event’s Horizon for May, 2012. As you know, this is (supposed to be!) 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!
In the Guitar Noise community, we 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!
So (usually!) every Wednesday we (try to) post a blog 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!):
TONIGHT! Wednesday, May 9, 2012
The Fallen Starlets have a gig at Savannah’s Dublin Underground, at 1 South Pearl Street in Albany, New York. It’s an 8 PM start for this show.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Yes, it’s Thursday again so come on by 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.
Meanwhile, over at Great Barrington, Massachusetts, you can find Sammy Brown playing at the Gypsy Joynt, located at 293 Main Street – right in the middle of town! This is a fantastic place to eat, drink and have a great time. Show starts at 7:30 PM.
Friday, May 11, 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.
Tom McLaughlin and Life Is Drama get the opening slot at Shark City (located at 2240 Bloomindale Road in Glendale Heights, Illinois) for Hal Spark’s band “Zero 1.” They are the first of four bands playing that night and their 45 minute set should probably start at 10 PM.
Longtime Guitar Noise community member Doug (“Moonrider”) James and his band Southern Roots are playing at the Rocks River Roadhouse and Rockahock Campgrounds at 1428 Outpost Road in Lanexa, Virginia. They always put on a terrific show, so make a point to see them if you’re in the area.
Saturday, May 12, 2012
Doesn’t Madder returns to Tommy’s SportsBar, located at 110 Valencia Place in Lenoir, North Carolina. The music goes from 9 until they close the place down for the night. Or morning, as the case may be!
Sunday, May 13, 2012
Australian band The Wishing Well have an 8 PM show at The Ballroom, located at 15 Orange Street in Canterbury, England.
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Singer / songwriter Marilyn Miller hosts 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 18, 2012
Southern Roots, with GN community member Doug James on guitar, have an 8 PM show at the Tuckahoe Moose Lodge, located at 4366 Springfield Road in Glen Allen, Virginia. The music runs until 11 PM.
Saturday, May 19, 2012
The Wishing Well is back on the Continent with a show at See La Vie, Alte Landstrasse 26 in Horgen, Switzerland. That’s pretty close to Zurich, in case you’re in the area. Shw starts at 8:00 PM.
Please feel free to email about whatever gigs you’ve got coming up. Send your gig dates to firstname.lastname@example.org 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!