Wednesday, December 28, 2011
So I'm sitting here watching E! News they had a 20 second little story about my favorite tv show "American Horror Story" getting an entirely new cast next season.
For those who don't know the "American Horror" season ended with the entire Harmon family, expect for Mrs.Harmon's bastard twin fathered by ghost & potential anti-Christ Tate, dieing for various reasons.
From the beginning of the show I predicted that the horror house would end up killing the family both mentally and physically. It seemed like the only nature way to end the season (or potentially the show). But what I assumed would happen in the next season is that a new family would move in and not only would we follow their story, but also we would continue to follow the stories of all the spirits left in the house.
But according to E! News this afternoon we will see a whole new cast next season. According to series creator Ryan Murphy some of the actors are in talks to come back to the show as different characters. Say what? How can they come back as different characters when there's so much left to be explored in the inner character relationships. Mostly Tate. I want to know what will happen with Tate being stuck in the house for eternity with Violet. I want to know if Dr. Harmon can help him. I want to know if Tate will change or if he will just get worse out of spite for Violet's dislike of him.
If you're a watcher of "American Horror Story"let's talk. What do you want to see out of next season?
Coming next week: Review of the new season of "Pretty Little Liars." (I feel like I've been waiting an eternity for this new season).
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
We're here again for the annual Mid-Winter's Eve Blog Hop Giveaway! This year I'm giving away a super awesome mark. gift package.
As some of you may know I began selling mark make up this fall to help try to fund all the stuff that I try to cover and do for this blog. Not only have I made a little extra cash, but I've also become a part of an amazing family of women and I've found another thing that I really love to add to my list of passions. I know our giveaways are supposed to be catered to something a book lover would love, so I figured what better than a little beauty package.
Here's a picture to wet your taste buds.
To enter do one or more of the following tasks. Each task will get you one entry into the contest (do all four and you'll have four entires!). At the end of the hop I will randomly select one person to win this super awesome prize.
Here's how to enter:
1. Follow @tuneintol on Twitter.
2. Tweet the link to this blog from your Twitter OR post the link on your Facebook (http://www.tuneintol.blogspot.com/)
3. Tweet the link to my mark eboutique from your Twitter OR post the link on your Facebook(www.mymarkstore.com/lmiller2808)/
4. Leave a comment below telling me any question you have about make up or beauty.
Once you've done one or more of these tasks email me a firstname.lastname@example.org (put Blog Hop in the subect line) telling me what tasks you've completed.
Make sure to check out all the other fabulous giveaways here.
Happy Hopping! And Good Luck!
Monday, December 19, 2011
Listen and let me know what you think of this song in the comments. And make sure to pick up the Bob Dylan tribute album when it drops in January.
Sunday, December 18, 2011
Check out the song here.
What's your favorite Christmas song? Leave me love in the comments.
This post brought to you by LG DoublePlay™. All opinions are 100% mine.
I don't know about you, but for me cell phone usage is all about texting and social networking. If I'm not texting I'm on Facebook. If I'm not on Facebook I'm Tweeting. If I'm not Tweeting, well you get the idea. This new phone from LG can make all of that a lot easier for all of us.
The LG DoublePlay™ has awesome features such as dual customizable touch screens and a full QWERTY key board. This phone allows you to do multiple tasks at once. For example you can surf the web while checking on your Facebook friends.
This phone also comes with the super awesome 5 megapixel camera with LED flash and 720p HD video recorder. Both of which can record all the moments of your life and instantly upload them to Facebook.
Another feature about his phone is the ability to send and receive texts from a computer or tablet.
Want access to aps? This phone features Android 2.3 and thus has access to the Android market.
Does this all sound good to you? Check out the LG DoublePlay™ from T Mobile and start enjoying the awesomeness of this phone today.
How many hours do you think you spend texting or social networking on your phone per day?
How do you think the LG DoublePlay™ would change the way you text or interact?
Leave me love in the comments.
Saturday, December 17, 2011
I am pretty boring when it comes to trying new perfumes. Ever since I saw the girls on Laguna Beach (or was it The Hills) use Daisy by marc Jacobs. It's the perfect mix of flowery, girly, subtle, sexiness. Not too strong, not too light. As the three bears would say this scent is just right.
So I've become very skeptical of other scents. Especially celebrity endorsed scents. I can't help but think of this Hannah Montana episode when thinking of celebrity endorsements.
For Taylor Swift, however, I caved. I stepped out of the marc Jacobs aisle and tried Wonderstruck by Taylor Swift.
There are two things that I really love about this perfume.
1. Packaging. Sure quality of product is super important, especially when considering a beauty product, but in my world there is something to be said for a product that just looks good on a shelf. Let's be honest, if this perfume sucked this bottle would still look super cute in my bathroom. Sure it would be an expensive little decoration, but at least it's not a total loss.
This was definitely one of those way to be random posts. But I will say that Wonderstruck is an amazing and beautiful perfume. If you're still looking for a gift for a girlfriend, sister, friend, mom, really any female in your life head to your local Macys, Bon Ton, Boscovs, or any related make up retailer and pick up Wonderstruck.
What's your favorite perfume or cologne? Leave me love friends!
What do you think of the song? Leave us love in the comments!
Friday, December 16, 2011
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
I've been raving about Ariana's voice for awhile because unlike some tv actors and actresses who sing, this girl really can SING. If you don't believe me check out some of her covers on YouTube and you'll see just how talented this girl really is. In the meantime splurge a little $1.29 on her new single "Put Your Hearts Up." At the very least it's sure to put a smile on your face. :D
Thursday, December 8, 2011
Everyone loves a good comeback. There's just something about over coming obstacles and becoming "brand new" that just appeals to most Americans. In this case I am most Americans.
Since the begining I've been rooting for Demi. She honestly is one of the most talented, if not the most talented, females to come out of Disney. For once I wanted a true, natural talent to rise above the Disney stigma and show that there really is talent on Disney.
When she went into Rehab last year I was devestated if only for the fact that she was becoming the average Disney starlet. I had little hope for an actual comeback. I figured she was just a one hit wonder.
With her new tour and album I think Demi has broken that mold.
What I really like about Demi's comeback- and what I think will make it successful- is the fact that she is taking it slow. She dropped Sonny, she's not doing her Target clothing line, right now it's all about the music. And even there she's taking it pretty slow and small. For her tour she choose to only do a handful of dates in very small venues. But these shows still had the impact of a full on tour.
This tour I sprung for the Emerald VIP so I could attend Soundcheck. It was really cool seeing Demi in this personal, laid back setting. She was just walking around stage hugging fans, answering questions, she even let a fan sing with her on stage. So cool. Oh and did I mention the unicorn hat. So funny!
By the time it was show time I was so ready to see what Demi had come up with. During soundcheck the stage looked really plain, so I didn't really know what to expect.
That was the cool part about her tour and stage set up. She did so much with so little! The costumes were literally the cutest things ever. My favorite were the disco ball motorcyle helmets her dancers wore towards the begining of the show. The simplicity and smallness was almost just what she needed- Demi needed to comeback and prove that she's still the super talented, great girl we knew and loved from the Disney Channel and the fact that she went to rehab shouldn't change our minds about her talent.
I also really appreciated the moment during "Skyscrapper" when the people in my section held up signs that said things like Stay Strong Demi and We Love You Demi. The extreme amount of support the fans showed her that night really showed how strong her bond is with her fans. And in return she offered feelings of love and support back to her fans who may be dealing with situations similar to what she was dealing with when she entered rehab.
This show just really showed me how important it is to have an artist like Demi in pop culture today. She serves as such an awesome role model for young (and older) girls. I'm really glad that she chooses to share her battles with the world because there are serious so many young people out there who are experiencing what she went through. By sharing and trying to help this just shows such an awesome level of maturity in Demi.
I can't wait to see Ms. Demi on tour again- hopefully it will be sooner rather than later.
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Q- What makes My Girl Friday different from every other band out there?
A- I would say the biggest difference is the country "twang" our band is developing.
Q- What song of yours would you recommend to someone who hasn’t listened to your music before?
A- Go listen to "Down By The Water".. It's our brand new single off of our upcoming record, "American Kids".
Q-Where do you get inspiration for the songs?
A- We get inspiration through many different things.. Actual life experiences, a situation people can relate to, other musicians we admire, etc.
Q- What has been your biggest challenge so far as an artist?
A- I would say getting our music out there for people to hear. There's 7 billion people in the world, we want everyone to give us a listen. This is probably a challenge for every artist at some point in their career, haha.
Q- Who is someone you would like to tour with?
A- Well, we love touring with our friends in The Summer Set. But I think I speak for the whole band when I say we would love to tour with Eric Church, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, and other country stars. That would be a blast.
Q- Out of all the songs you've recorded/written which is your favorite?
A- My personal favorite is a song called, "Rolling Stone". It's on our upcoming record that is going to be released at the end of the year. It's a song about traveling and finding out where your real home is. It gets pretty deep, so you'll just have to listen yourself, haha.
Q- What do you hope you’re doing with your music/accomplishing in a year?
A- In a year, we hope to grow tremendously as a band. We would love to be on some beneficial tours and maybe have a full length record out... We have some stuff in the works, so we'll see what happens!
Q- Do you have any advice for someone who wants to pursue a career in music?
A- It's a long and difficult road to travel down but if you really, really love it, don't give up. Your dreams will come true.
Q-If you could change one thing about the music industry today, what would you want to change and why?
A- I would probably change the way that the "politics" sometimes work. I believe, if you're good song writers, good musicians, and people enjoy your music, you should get recognized. I don't think an artist's success should be measured by how much money they have behind them. That's just my opinion though, haha.
Q- What’s something your fans don’t know about you?
A- Oh boy, I don't know. I think fans pretty much know everything about me, haha. That's weird...
Q- When writing a song what comes first the lyrics, the tune..etc?
A- I would say the lyrics usually come first. We get the idea of the song, jot down some words and form a melody. Then we bring in acoustic guitars and write, write, write...
Q- What t-shirt in your closet best describes your personality and why?
A- I don't really have a t-shirt that best describes my personality, but I do have a jean jacket in my closet. And I think it describes my personality because when I put that jean jacket on, my cowboy boots and Levi jeans, I feel right at home... "I should've been a cowboy..." Toby Keith says it best...
Q- What’s your favorite thing about the holiday season?
A- FOOD!... and family of course... But mainly food...
Q- Any upcoming plans in the works for you we should know about?
A- The biggest thing right now is our new record called, "American Kids" will be released at the end of the year! So stay tuned for that!
Q- What’s your favorite flavor popsicle?
A- Orange. I like orange everything.
Thursday, November 24, 2011
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
More videos, pictures, and a review are coming soon. Youtube & photobucket are being very annoying lately with uploading stuff.
Monday, November 21, 2011
Let me know if you agree with her statement about musicians on the radio raising the next generation. Let's chat!
Sunday, November 20, 2011
I'm a happy Jonas fan right now.
Watching the AMAs? Tweet at me @tuneintol and we can talk AMAs!
Friday, November 18, 2011
Sunday, November 13, 2011
Monday, November 7, 2011
Lately I have this new thing it's called "buying movies with the intention to watch them, but school gets in the way so I actually watch them several weeks later." Short title, no?
I had been wanting to see Monte Carlo since it came out this summer. This being Selena Gomez's second big screen movie and I being a total lover for Selena this was high up on my must see list. No matter how much I love her I was very skeptical of this movie. Just one read through of the synopsis and this movie sounds like a cute knock off of the Lizzie McGuire movie. But I think one thing that is truely different and unique about this movie is the style in which it is put together.
I'm a huge fan of old time, romantic comedies. I love Breakfast at Tiffanys and Gigi era type movies. Monte Carlo just has the same air as these movies. The movie was cute and tasteful and a joy to watch. Sure the plot isn't worthy of an Oscar, but for a chick flick it was such a joy to watch. The thing that I really loved about this movie was the incorporation of values and organizations that Selena supports in real life. The whole movie was about love, adventure, friendship and a little mischief, but in the end there were little lessons to be learned from the characters. Like taking chances and straying from plans, appreciating what you have not what you have not, and the importance of volunteering and helping those less fortunate. If any other movie had made such obvious use of lessons as a part of the movie I would have thought it was cheesy, but because of what I know about the actresses in the movie this little lesson plug is super appropriate.
Overall this move gets a B. Now, where's the sequel?
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
In today’s world, basically everything is debatable. Constantly there are debates about music, politics, religion, college football, burritos, and nearly everything else. What’s the one thing that’s not debatable? The enormously grand popularity of vampires. Yes, you read that right.
So when a major record label decides to sign a band comprised of vampires for its next big thing, a slew of other majors step up to the plate as well – signing bands consisting of zombies, werewolves, and any other creatures you can think of.
Such is the world of PERFECT TEETH. Paper + Plastick Records’ latest and greatest foray into the world of comics sees writers Matt Anderson and Vinnie Fiorello (P+P owner) taking shots at popular culture and the music industry. Perfect Teeth is the name of the vampire band, and not only does the group exist in the comics, beginning with introductory issue Perfect Teeth #0, but it exists in real life, too – sorta.
Fiorello, Stephen Egerton (Descendents, ALL) and Jon Snodgrass (Drag The River) met up and recorded a song “by” Perfect Teeth, which will be released later this month. Perfect Teeth #0 is a conjunction release between P+P and Viper Press, and the Peter Wonsowski-illustrated comic can be downloaded for free here.
The introductory issue also comes in a limited physical form, which can be purchased here. These are limited to 200 and at $3 each, are expected to move quickly. Fiorello and Anderson are available for interviews.
Monday, October 31, 2011
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(Washington DC)- Viva Go-Go Studio needs your help to gain funding from the Pepsi Refresh Project this fall! The funding will allow Viva Go-Go Studio to open in the Washington DC area. It will be a recording studio to create a place where children and the community can learn to record music and learn about different types of music genres.
The Pepsi Refresh Project grants funding to the top submitted ideas each month. The winning ideas will help better communities around the world with projects in a variety of categories including the arts, music and education.
Washington DC was the birthplace of Go-Go music. The Viva Go-Go Studio plans to use the local resources of the Go-Go genre and involve local Go-Go musicians in the project. The Viva Go-Go studio however, will not be limited to Go-Go music. All musicians, rappers and singers will be invited to use the recording studio.
By providing a place where community members can enhance their talent and learn about music, the Viva Go-Go studio will encourage the musical arts and Go-Go to grow in the metro DC area.
To learn more about the Pepsi Refresh Project and Viva Go-Go studio, visit facebook.com/vivagogo or follow @VivaGoGoStudio on Twitter.
Sunday, October 16, 2011
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Share your thoughts on Britney or any pop star. Let's get a little, fun throwback playlist going!
Saturday, October 8, 2011
Monday, October 3, 2011
October 3, 2011 - To Write Love On Her Arms joined twenty-four other charities in Round One of the American Giving Awards presented by Chase, a voting contest on Facebook to honor the past winners of Chase Community Giving. Voting is open from until next Wednesday, October 5th at 12pm EST. All charities have been divided into five categories, allowing one from each group to continue on to Round Two, starting December 2nd. Each charity that continues on will receive $125,000 and the chance to win $1 million dollars at the end of Round Two. TWLOHA has already received support via Twitter from Miley Cyrus, in addition to Perez Hilton, Christina Perri, Switchfoot, and Anberlin. Please help TWLOHA continue on to Round Two by liking the American Giving Awards presented by Chase Facebook page and voting for TWLOHA, here: http://on.fb.me/obHaXc.
At TWLOHA, they often talk about being a bridge to help. Taking the first step to talk to a friend about something painful is scary, as is packing a suitcase to go to a treatment center for the first or fifth time. They exist as a safe passage offering hope and encouragement along the way. Winning the American Giving Award will allow TWLOHA to strengthen that bridge, to take their message of hope and help on the road to more places and in more creative ways than they've ever been able to do before, such as:
- Investing in building an interactive platform that will allow people to contribute directly to treatment and recovery in their local community.
- Providing more widespread counseling scholarships for people with little or no insurance, alleviating the stress of a financial burden that often accompanies treatment and recovery options.
- Expanding the vision by taking HEAVY AND LIGHT - an evening of songs, conversation, and hope - on the road. There is a unique kind of community that happens when people gather in a room with songs and honest stories that resonate. Nights like this can change a perspective for people, and that shift could be the beginning of change or even a life saved.
- Strengthening the launch of the brand new high school campaign The Storytellers, a way for high school students to bring the story of TWLOHA and message of hope to their own campus through organizing and engineering community events.
To Write Love on Her Arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for those struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inspire, inform, and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery. Since its start in 2006, TWLOHA has donated over $850,000 directly into treatment and recovery and answered over 160,000 emails from over 100 countries.
For more information, please visit: www.twloha.com
Thursday, September 29, 2011
There is even an opportunity to earn rewards if you get your friends to sign up for BookPerks (That's probably where you come in!). If you want to check out BookPerks for yourself comment or email me (email@example.com) your email address and I'll get an invitation sent to you!
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Saturday Nickelodeon is having an initiative to help try to get kids more active by blacking out their programing for a few hours in the afternoon to encourage kids to get out and play. In addition Nick is also hosting a World Wide Day of play right in the heart of DC and guess who will be there covering it for you guys?
I know a lot of you don't live in the DC Metro area or have access to the area so I want to try to bring as much of the National Play Day experience to you as I can. Starting at 8 am I'll be live tweeting from my personal Twitter @laurenmarkrep. Make sure to follow me on there if you wanna see all the fun. And if you're at the World Wide Day of Play event make sure to come find me! I'll have tons of Tune Into L rubber bracelets to give away!
What I really liked about Lo's advice book was that I never once felt like she was talking down on me. Some advice books have that feeling of talking to a psychologist or my mother. While I love motherly advice and maybe a shrink wouldn't be such a bad idea, it's sometimes nice to get advice from someone my age. Yeah sure I could go to my friends for dating advice, but some stuff is just too darn embarrassing. I don't want to look like a complete relationship failure to my friends. I'd rather they think I'm just a strong, independent girl who doesn't need a man.
What I also liked was how easy to read her book was. What will be nice in the future is how good of a reference or refresher book this will be because it is set up in a way that you can easily find advice on whatever you're having problems with. Maybe you need help finding better guys. Or maybe you need help figuring out what type of girl you are. Or maybe you just need a really good Mac & Cheese recipe. (Seriously, there's recipes too!)
If you're looking for a good girl book and a nice fun, light read Lo Bosworth's first book effort is a must read!
Check it out and let me know what you think below. Also, if you need advice make sure to email questions, concerns, etc to firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm trying to start a little advice column here at Tune Into L and I need questions!
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Monday, September 12, 2011
This cover is magical.
Saturday, September 3, 2011
BY: Lauren Miller
So today I had my first full weekend day off of the new school semester. And for once I didn't have a concert planned. While it would have been smart of me to plow through some reading. Or maybe clean my room. I did neither of these things. Instead I sat and finished Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone for the first time, ever (seriously). I'm not even lying. I've never read the Harry Potter books before. And really I've only seen bits and pieces of all but like the first three movies. I know, how am I a kid of the nineties, right?
When I was younger I was one of those children who wasn't aloud to read Harry Potter. And really I had no real interested in the books. Nor did I have an interest in the movies until one day a few months ago when I had nothing better to do but sit down and watch a bit of the Harry Potter weekend on ABC Family. Like I said I only caught maybe three movies, but damn were those movies great! The imagination that not only J.K. Rowling needed to create the stories and the scenes and the people, but that the watcher (and reader) needed to sink their eyes and minds into these stories is incredible. Seriously, I hadn't been in such a state of wonderment towards a story in such a long time.The same goes for the books, which is definitely why I spent an entire afternoon in Hogwarts. But I feel like something was missing.
I have this rule to never see a movie based on a book until I read the book unless the book is something I absolutely know I'm never going to read. I feel like I want to create my own characters and scenes and such in my head with the aid of the author's pen, not Hollywood's lens. I find it interesting and an exercise for the imagination (woah, deep phrase there!) to imagine said things with my own imagination. In the end I find it fun to compare my vision with the movie's vision. But, of course, for Harry Potter I was at a disadvantage for my imagination. While my images were much more cartoony than the live action movie, the characters of Harry, Ron, and Hermione looked very much like Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson. I just feel like I was at a disadvantage for reading this book. Hopefully after I get through books two and three I will finally enter some story line territory that will be new to me so I can still have a little bit of fun with imagining my own Hogwarts adventures, as told by J.K. Rowling.
And hopefully I can be a little more proactive for this Hunger Games series!
Does anyone else not like seeing a movie before they read a book? Let me know below!
Monday, August 15, 2011
"I got to meet Pat Monahan, from Train, when I stopped in Pittsburgh PA on August 6th. My family and I literally ran into him and another guy from the band in the streets as they were walking back to their hotel that afternoon. and later that night was a baseball game with a free Train concert when they came on the field with fireworks."
On August 3rd I had the opportunity to go to Taylor Swift's latest tour the Speak Now tour. Now I'm not the biggest fan of Taylor Swift, but I respect her for what she does and the music that she creates that speaks to so many people. So when she decided to come to town I knew I needed to see her live. I wanted to see all the hype for myself- live and in person.
One word comes to mind when I think back to my show in August and that word is girly. The physical aspects of Taylor's show were just completely unbelieveable and so intricate. They all were straight out of a fairytale story book. With every set and costume change it was like Taylor was giving us the physical representation that she imagines when writing every song. There was confetti snow for Back to December, there was a beautiful wedding scene for Speak Now, there was a rickedy shack for Mean, there was a magical looking tree for her acoustic set, and there was a floating balcony for Love Story. You can see from some of my pictures just how magical and beautiful the show was.
Now for the reason why people go to concerts- to hear music. Taylor exceeded my expectations in this aspect. I never really thought she was that good of a live singer. Sure she does a heck of a lot better than I would ever do, but she's still never struck me as the best singer ever. But she definitely proved me wrong. Her voice live was just the same as her voice on her albums.
There's only one thing I could think of that I would change about this tour. Everything was pretty much perfect, but I would have liked to have heard some of her older songs too. I know that this was the Speak Now tour and that she was touring to support new album, but it would have been cool to hear a few more of her first and second album songs. While she did play Our Song from the first and Love Story from her second as someone who had never seen her before I would have loved to have heard maybe a medley of a few old songs.
There's still a few dates left on the North American leg of Taylor's Speak Now tour. If it rolls into your town and you love fairy tale endings and pretty dresses definitely hit up this girl's tour and see why everyone falls musically in love with this girl.
Check out the dates below:
Oct. 6 – Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst
Oct. 7 – Los Angeles, CA @ House of Blues
Oct. 8 – Tempe, AZ @ The Marquee
Oct. 10 – Dallas, TX @ Trees
Oct. 11 – Austin, TX @ Emo’s
Oct. 12 – Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald’s
Oct. 14 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
Oct. 15 – Orlando, FL @ House of Blues
Oct. 16 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
Oct. 17 – St. Petersburg, FL @ Jannus Live
Oct. 19 – Charleston, SC @ The Music Farm
Oct. 20 – Charlotte, NC @ Amos’ Southend Music Hall
Oct. 21 – Richmond, VA @ The National
Oct. 22 – Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
Oct. 23 – Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live
Oct. 25 – Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
Oct. 26 – Syracuse, NY @ Lost Horizon
Oct. 27 – Boston, MA @ House of Blues
Oct. 28 – New York @ Best Buy Theatre Times Square
Oct. 29 – Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
Oct. 31 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Club Zoo
Nov. 1 – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues Cleveland
Nov. 3 – Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
Nov. 4 – Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
Nov. 5 – St. Paul, MN @ Station 4
Nov. 6 – Iowa City, IA @ The Blue Moose @ Tap House
Nov. 8 – St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant
Nov. 9 – Kansas City, MO @ Midland Theatre
Nov. 10 – Denver, CO @ Odgen Theatre
Nov. 11 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The Grand @ The Complex
Nov. 13 – Seattle, WA @ The Showbox @ The Market
Nov. 14 – Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom
Nov. 16 – San Francisco, CA @ The Regency Ballroom
Nov. 17 – Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
Nov. 18 – Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues
Nov. 19 – Las Vegas, NV @ Hard Rock Cafe
Nov. 20 – San Diego, CA @ House of Blues San Diego
Drive A is looking for people to help them shoot their new video for The World in Shamble this week.
Check out all the info below & if you go make sure to share any awesome stories you have!
WHO: YOU (Ages 16-25)
WHAT: Drive A music video shoot "The World In Shambles"
WHERE: Location TO BE ANNOUNCED (In the Greater LA Area)
WHEN: Thursday 8/18/11 from afternoon to evening
WHY: Because Drive A needs your rock star worthiness to grace the screen with us!
1. Email email@example.com by TUESDAY 8/16/11.
- MOBILE #
2. You will receive a release paper to sign via email upon RSVP & the location of the shoot.
*NOTE: Shirts with brand names can not be allowed on camera. Please NO CLOTHING WITH BRAND NAMES SHOWING.