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Banging Bands in Chatham

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Friday 5th November – Fireworks Night – BANGING bands at Command House, Dock Road, Chatham ME4 4TX
A couple of SPARKLERS here… Playing Live: The Deccas / Polka Party / The Good Ship Band / October
What CRACKER of a line-up! – hope to see you there!

Doors 8pm,
Only £5 entry – capacity 100, so be early!

Written by Eyebee

October 31st, 2010 at 4:31 pm

The Deccas In May 2010

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Sunday 16th May, Supercar Sunday, Top Gear Track, Dunsfold Aerodrome, Cranleigh, Surrey GU6 8TB
Car fan and Deccas drummer Tony wangled us a place on this years bill at this large car event.
Last year over 4,000 people attended with 700 rides from 100 or so supercars.
This year they have been given the go ahead to drive for longer which means more rides and more action all day long.
Live bands including a secret special guest(The Deccas??) helicopter rides (subject to Dunsfold approval) kids rides (including Roary the racing car) car club displays, fun fair, bouncy castles, two massive marquees to shelter from the sun, great food, loads of stands and stalls to keep you occupied, fire engine demonstrations, double decker bus rides.
£20 standard supercar rides (2 high speed passenger laps)
Entrance will be £7 per car with monies being raised for The Children’s Trust.

Friday 21st May, Garage and Retro Night, Command House, Dock Road, Chatham
We team up with our old buddies Mr Bridger for a raucous night of garage, power pop and mod revival sounds in the basement bar.
Entry is only £3 so kick your weekend off in true Medway fashion!!

Friday 28th May, International Pop Overthrow, The Cavern Pub, Matthew Street, Liverpool
Following our successful appearances at last year’s event we’ve managed to land ourselves a couple of slots on this year’s too.
The first of which will be at 4pm in the Cavern Pub (opp Cavern Club)
If you’ve never heard of this event before, please check out www.internationalpopoverthrow.com

Saturday 29th May, International Pop Overthrow, The Cavern Club (front stage), Matthew Street, Liverpool
Our second performance of the weekend, this time at 1pm in the depths of the legendary Cavern Club, on their arch roofed front stage reminiscent of the original stage from the 60′s Merseybeat heyday.
We’ll be heading up a three pronged attack from the Medway delta as, according to the schedule, Theatre Royal and Len Price 3 follow us. Hurrah!!
Entry is free to all venues!!

And then we have a breather! Nothing planned for June so far but we’ll be in touch later in the month.
Keep in touch with us via facebook etc and we hope to see you soon.
If you’ve not got a copy of our album yet, go to our website and click on the banner at the top of the page and follow the links to the paypal page.

Take care folks!!!
Wes, Phil, Dave and Tony

The Deccas
www.thedeccas.co.uk
info@thedeccas.co.uk

Written by Eyebee

May 10th, 2010 at 3:30 pm

SXSW Time Again – Making the Most of Music Conferences

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Calling all artists/bands – check out the article below from Ariel Publicity, one of our many resources of finding some great talented indie artists/bands!  She’s supports ALL indie artists, she has some great advise for everyone how to make your music heard!  I got this from her blog and wanted it to share with all of you… keep on reading below…

Its SXSW Time Again
Making the Most of Music Conferences

The Musician’s Guide to Navigating SXSW and All Other Music Conferences Six Steps to Maximize Your Conference Experience, Make More Music-Business Contacts, and Advance Your Music Career

It happens every year in January: Artists are beginning to call and complain to me that South by Southwest (SXSW) didn’t select them for a showcase this year. But having a showcase is not the only reason to attend a music conference and I invite you to think differently about this.

Over my 13 years of attending SXSW I’ve seen plenty of bands who did get a coveted showcase and not only did they not get signed, but also they did not meet any key players in the business or benefit their careers in any way by showcasing.

Reasons for this included: They received awful showcase venues and times; they were busy loading and unloading gear, babysitting band members, or getting tanked at parties to make the journey worthwhile; or they opted for their measly $100 stipend instead of for the gold: the festival pass.

Here’s my musician’s South by Southwest survival guide to get you through one of the most massive and overwhelming conferences of the year. This guide is not just for SXSW; it’s also for any music conference out there!

To continue reading this article click here:http://arielpublicity…com/blog/archives/making-..music-conferences-musicians-..guide-navigating-sxsw-music-..conferences