Hello everyone. It is that time of the week again. Welcome to another edition of HAIR IN THE AIR, The Official Blog of 3D In Your Face. Well you have done it. You wild and crazy heavy metal-loving Rock N Roll stars proved me right, and you blew my expectations out of the water. Four weeks in a row you have supported our residency at The 21st Saloon, and proved why you are the greatest fans in the world. Last Friday night the joint was packed and we can't thank you enough. Now is when the fun begins. I have a great line-up of Friday Night Sponsors all the way into March and April. I will get to that soon enough. Keep spreading the word about The 21st Saloon and 3D In Your Face. You people are what keep us going every week. We are gaining momentum here and we need to keep it up to get us to the summer tour season. A special big thank you to our sponsor Jone-Z Party Bus. They have agreed to supply us with a limo ride to the Omaha Entertainment Award Ceremony on Feb 17th. Check them out.
Ultimately your goal is to get your own music pressed on to vinyl. I know many bands have done this over the years and trust me it is expensive but it is well worth the time and effort. You become attached to the band. You not only have to pay a little more of your money for the music itself but you have to take care of the record and the sleeve. Plus you can only listen to this record in the privacy of your own home. You begin to appreciate it more. It becomes a part of you. Trust me I have come close to having my own music on vinyl but close didn't cut it. But I am not discouraged. No way. Mark my words, one day I will have my music pressed into a vinyl record. I will have my artwork on display. I will have the opportunity to invite people into my heart and mind. Do you remember your first vinyl record? Do you have some amazing stories about purchasing this lost format of Rock N Roll? I know everyone has stories and I want to hear them. Take me on a trip. I could go on for hours about record stores in wild towns, you never really know if the vinyl will make it back home safe but I have never lost one. My goal is to hopefully someday have a record collection like that old Fremont hippie. I want to proudly display my stories for the world to see. Hey, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards met on a train in London because Mick was holding some Chuck Berry records. The Rolling Stones started because an addiction to buying records.
Friday, Feb 8th. Located in the heart of Benson, NE is a small antique shop Benson Bazaare. They have agreed to come out to the 21st Saloon this Friday and bring with them some very unique items. Leather jackets, bullet belts, VINYL UPON VINYL, and much much more. These people are true fans of antiques and they will be selling these items at our show. We know your love for leather and Rock N Roll records so we are bringing them to you at The 21st Saloon. So bring some extra cash and get there early (don't forget I am there all day). Benson Bazaare is located at 6013 Maple St. if you feel like stopping in before or after the show. They have tons of great merchandise all for sale. Also go to Jone-Z Party Bus and check them out. They will be sponsoring us through the month of February. If you need a ride and want to look like a damn Rock N Roll angel sent from above, go check out Jone-Z Party Bus.
Until next time
HAIR IN THE AIR