Hey guys this week we plan to honor July 4th and all the things that go with it.
No we are not having fireworks in the studio. That would be fun.
We will have a special quiz for Andrea and Alex to answer on July 4 related stuff.
As you recall last week Rock Academy cleaned house with the quiz. 4 against 1 was tough on Alex.
We were proud of him… Continue
Added by Tim Arem on June 30, 2010 at 9:03am —
Why settle for a cheap-looking video when your music deserves to have the same quality of visual production as the sound production?
Here at Planet Sunday, we fully appreciate how much time, effort and money goes into creating a CD. We also appreciate how difficult it is to reach a wider audience when your resources are limited.
But this is where Planet Sunday can help you achieve your goals. We can offer you different styles of… Continue
Added by Greg David on June 30, 2010 at 5:50am —
Following an exhausting week of summer shows, what could be better than a trip to Ben & Jerry’s? How about a fun show AT a Ben and Jerry’s?
The owner of Hoboken’s scoop shop, Sibel, also runs the shop in Ridgewood NJ., Following our first partnership at the Shipyard concert, Sibel invited us out to the other shop for a little parking-lot jam.…
Added by The Fuzzy Lemons on June 28, 2010 at 10:00pm —
It was a hot, hot weekend at the world-famous Bronx Zoo, made even hotter by the appearance of Hoboken's own Fuzzy Lemons! We've been looking forward to this show for months, ever since we booked it way back in March. I mean, come on, it's the world-famous Bronx Zoo! All summer we followed their Web site, checking out the other bands that were playing there. It was a good line-up, including our friends Rocknoceros, and we feel quite honored to be part of it.
The Zoo staff were all… Continue
Added by The Fuzzy Lemons on June 27, 2010 at 10:00pm —
Summer Breeze is this weeks theme.
All things summer, going off to summer camp, going to the zoo, swimming, gardening, vacations, trips and just chilling.
Special guests will be from The Asheville Rock Academy, Asheville, NC.
Featured music will be from: Continue
Craig N Co.
The Pop Ups
Trout Fishing in…
Added by Tim Arem on June 25, 2010 at 10:31am —
Ah, the legendary annual Shipyard concert. I won’t bother repeating a lot about how great these shows are; you can read last year’s entry and get a good idea of the crowd and the energy.
This year there were a few minor differences. First of all, Hoboken had managed to go a year without any more arrests at City Hall, so there was no politicking. Also, I’d…
Added by The Fuzzy Lemons on June 22, 2010 at 10:00pm —
Make Music New York is a HUGE city-wide music event: Musician of all stripes can be found performing in pretty much every public space in the entire city. We submitted our package months ago, and actually got offered a couple of different slots. We picked Richard Tucker Square on the upper west side, mainly because it’s on the upper west side. Specifically, it’s close to Lincoln Center, Symphony Space, and that awesome Barnes and Noble where we’d…
Added by The Fuzzy Lemons on June 21, 2010 at 10:00pm —
Okay, y'all, I think you're much more experienced in this kind of thing than I am, so I'm reachin' out to all of you to ask you a question. How do you promote yourselves? I mean, with music predominantly geared toward kids, there is a limited market, right? (I hate to use the term "market", 'cause it sounds so monetary, but I can't think of another intelligent word to use!) Anywho, I want to get my music into the ears of kids besides my local group of kids here in C******, GA that know me. Can… Continue
Added by Petunia Garner on June 20, 2010 at 10:23pm —
Last year Dana subscribed us to a service called Festivalnet.com, which lists street fairs and festivals and makes it easy for artists and performers to reach them. We dug through the listings and found that many of the festivals in NJ are booked by some of the same people. Some are booked by our good friends at This Is It! and some, like the Nutley Father’s Day Festival, are booked by JC Promotions. So we sent them our info and landed a couple of…
Added by The Fuzzy Lemons on June 20, 2010 at 10:00pm —
I am going to add a link page on our site. Anyone want to exchange links?
Added by Treehouse 10 on June 17, 2010 at 10:31pm —
The Fuzzy Lemons have long spoken of getting involved with schools, visiting classrooms and that sort of thing. Playingfor HOPES is a good start, and now we have an “in” with the Jersey City school system as well. A Hoboken dad works as a social worker over there, and passed our CD along to his boss when they were looking for entertainment for a school event.
Added by The Fuzzy Lemons on June 16, 2010 at 10:00pm —
To celebrate the month of June fresh fruits and veggie month, we will be featuring the flavorful and tasty musical licks of:
Craig N Co
The Verve Pipe
Sing Me to Sleep
Added by Tim Arem on June 15, 2010 at 7:30am —
Moving the Show to Mondays at 1pm... Hope you can take time to come by and take a listen.. We will still have great music and a great stories and some ok jokes.. but we have a bunch of fun...so come on by http://www.blogtalkradio.com/jelly-bean-radio
aka Capt Jelly Bean
Jelly Bean Radio
Added by Todd DeJarnatt akaCapt JellyBean on June 9, 2010 at 9:45pm —
In celebration of adopt a cat month we are featuring songs about cats "senior gato" if you will.
We are starting a new feature on TRAK this Sat. We will be featuring a new segment songs from newly released CD's in a block.
Music list for June 12:
The Cats Pajamas
Added by Tim Arem on June 9, 2010 at 1:14pm —
Check out my song called , Hold On for parents.
Added by Meg Russell on June 8, 2010 at 6:59pm —
To podcast our most recent show on dogs visit http://j.mp/trakradio
Added by Tim Arem on June 6, 2010 at 10:39am —
Three gigs in three days; it’s going to be a busy June!
Once again we were pleased to invade Brooklyn for a show at the fabulous Knit. These are always fun (for…
Added by The Fuzzy Lemons on June 5, 2010 at 1:30pm —
Added by The Fuzzy Lemons on June 4, 2010 at 1:30pm —