Saturday, March 31, 2007
Locksley Interview No Up!
Having had their songs used in two Payless Shoes commercial, one Cingular commercial, a video for the Starz movie channel and an MTV show has allowed the band the ability to stay independent - while pushing their profile much higher. here ...
SXSW recap via Dave from Snowden
Speaking of Atlanta, I personally am thrilled to see the success that Atlanta bands are having: Deerhunter, Snowden, All the Saints, Dylan ... continued success to you all.
Friday, March 30, 2007
that's exciting, right?
so, what about music ...
Thursday, March 22, 2007
Locksley Interview; RIP Bud
Sorry to see the passing of Bud Melman of Letterman fame yesterday as well.
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
Saturday, March 17, 2007
Interview with Jena Malone
She's starred in the critically acclaimed movies Saved!, Pride and Prejudice and Donnie Darko; co-produced (and starred) in American Girl; and this year, she'll appear in The Go-Getter and Four Last Songs. In 2006, she took to the Broadway stage and became a cast member in the Tony Award winning play Doubt.
Now, she's begun a recording career. here ...
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Thursday, March 15, 2007
Happy Birthday To Us (a day early)
Now, almost one year later, the site has gone through three design updates, added several sections and most importantly, conducted 42 artist interviews thus far. And tomorrow, DeadJournalist.com will celebrate with its 43rd interview Jena Malone, the award-winning actress who had begun a music career.
Over the past year, we've added several contributing writers from throughout the US. I'd like that thank everyone for their contributions.
While year one has exceeded my expectations (I'm proud of what we've accomplished) I want the next year to be even better. But for now, happy birthday to us. And thanks for reading.
Wednesday, March 14, 2007
Bored by Music
If you've tried cranking a lawnmower or chainsaw that just won't crank, you know exactly how I feel.
Wednesday, March 07, 2007
it's coming ...
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