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Death Cab and Hey Eleanor... in the same blog!



There is so much news to share. First, Death Cab is coming to Humboldt. It's very exciting.
They are playing at the Van Duser and Luke and I will be second row middle. The show is April 21st, tickets are 25 for HSU students and 30 for general.

Hooray!

And in other news. Melody Stone was asked to be an art director in a music video for Double Threat. So that's what I'm doing this weekend. The song is called Princess Toadstool, my friend Jack Shay is directing it.

Moving right along, in North Town Arcata last night Samantha Williams's band "Hey Eleanor" played a fantastic set to a almost maybe full Big Pete's Pizza. William's voice is so soft and quiet, the songs are very soothing, and they all play their instruments well. I really am looking forward to a CD, the band was a little low energy for me, and for a late night thing, but a CD is going to be wonderful.

They recorded three or four songs this weekend, a few more and Samantha will be comfortable putting it out there.

Well, that's all for this blogcast. I hope to see you next time on For Those Prepared to Rock (blog edition).

(That whole post should be read in a news anchor's voice)

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