Friday, October 05, 2007

What's in a name, really?

So I've plunged headlong into "booking madness mode," querying probably (by now) hundreds of music festivals around the world in the hopes that at least a few of 'em will be willing to take a chance on our "Monsters of Industrial Jazz Road Show" in the summer of 08.

There are two festivals that I hope we get into just for the names alone:

The Hell Music Festival, in (where else?) Hell, Norway. (Come on. How cool would it be to see a piccolo-trumpet-playing-dreadlocked-skull-guy on stage at this one? (Yes, that's the opening line of my pitch.))



The Oliver Cromwell Jazz Festival, in the UK. (Betcha didn't know that this regicidal dictator was a jazz fan.)

The best logo award (so far) probably goes to the Brussels Jazz Marathon. Their "running trumpet guy" (kids, don't try that at home) can be seen in the backdrop of this shot (and also in the bottom left-hand corner):



Anyway, keep your fingers crossed. Please.

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[UPDATE: I would love for us to be represented by the A.S.S. Agency almost as much as I would love for us to appear at the Hell Music Festival.]

4 comments:

lightinthewoods said...

If you need anyone else pounding pavement - you know how to reach me. :)

Andrew said...

Hey, thanks, man! (As always...) I'll letcha know.

Mwanji Ezana said...

Actually, I think you guys could really work at the Brussels Jazz Marathon, but for the last few years it's had an all-Belgian policy.

Andrew said...

Thanks for the tip, Mwanji. That's good to know...