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SXSW in Austin, TX

Posted by on Thu, March 8th, 2007 at 11:19 pm

Next week is spring break for the music industry. Musicians, business men and all shady characters in-between head down to Austin, TX the week of March 14 for the annual SXSW Music Conference & Festival. Over a 1000 bands will be performing, most of whom nobody has ever heard of today, but will be all over Pitchfork and Rolling Stone in a few months from now. It’s really a beautiful thing.

The festival also serves as a conference and hundreds of industry professionals, including myself, are scheduled to speak about the state of the industry and which bands truly do rule.I’m speaking at the Convention Center trade-showroom at 1:30pm on Friday, March 16. I’m not sure what I will be discussing but it will be a one-on-one discussion with Rhapsody’s executive editor, Tim Quirk. If there is anyone who reads this blog and is heading down to SXSW – lets meet up!

We can talk all about Search & Win

On Being Kevin Federline…

Posted by on Wed, March 7th, 2007 at 11:10 pm
So, our Win Tickets to Kevin’s B-Day Party search engine promotion has been getting world-wide attention. Perez Hilton blogged about it and the word spread really fast around the net. Its been mentioned on Access Hollywood,, and hundreds of blogs.. Its very clear that not everyone likes Mr. Federline. And to each their own. ... Read More »

Search & Win with Dice

Posted by on Tue, March 6th, 2007 at 9:54 am
Dice has a new TV show ‘Dice Undisputed’ every Sunday on VH1. Now you can have a chance to search and win with Dice. Prizes include autograph Dice photos, merchandise and our monthly grand-prize – A phone conversation with Dice.

New Kevin Federline Search & Win Contest

Posted by on Mon, March 5th, 2007 at 9:03 pm

Pete Townsend, Tenacious D, Ben Harper rock the Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles – We Got Pics…

Posted by on Mon, March 5th, 2007 at 9:00 pm
Hollywood gets a bum rap sometimes, but if your into music there is no place like it. On any given night a ‘secret show,’ all-star benefit or record label showcase is happening and a major band is playing a tiny club. This past Saturday, the tiny 150 person Hotel Cafe in Hollywood held a special ... Read More »

Search with Hinder is LIVE!

Posted by on Fri, February 23rd, 2007 at 5:47 pm
You’ve probably heard their songs “Lips of an Angel,” “Get Stoned,” or “Better Than Me” on the radio, now you can win a trip to meet Hinder just by searching the web at Everyday we’ll also be giving away autographs from the band. Your going to search the web anyway, might as well win ... Read More »

Hanging at Playboy Mansion

Posted by on Thu, February 22nd, 2007 at 9:14 pm
Since 1979 Playboy has produced a two-day Jazz Festival at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, Ca. The festival regularly features the top jazz players in the world. It goes without saying that when Hugh calls them, they show up. Each year to announce the festival’s line-up, Playboy hosts a press conference in the backyard ... Read More »

Audioslave is Done

Posted by on Fri, February 16th, 2007 at 1:03 pm
Was anyone surprised when Chris Cornell announced yesterday that Audioslave was finished? A better question may be – with Rage Against the Machine reuniting, did anyone really care?

Tommy Ramone – Blitzkrieg Bluegrass

Posted by on Thu, February 8th, 2007 at 6:22 pm
I love the Ramones. I also love Bluegrass music. Thus there was nothing that made me happier than to learn that Tommy Ramone – original drummer for The Ramones – has started a new bluegrass group, Uncle Monk. “We are doing what feels natural to us,” says Ramone. “We are making use of string-band instrumentation ... Read More »

Greatest Moment Ever

Posted by on Mon, February 5th, 2007 at 4:08 pm
(l-r) George Clinton, Scott, Wally Ingram just got this snap from Wednesday’s benefit for Wally Ingram. I’m not going to say who, but one of us that’s not wally or myself, was spotted 10 min after this shot was taken, laying on an outside stairway mumbling the words to “With a Little Help from My ... Read More »