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beat radio: Playing shows is the new not playing shows 6/8/11

from beat radio:
Hi guys. It seems like playing shows is the new not playing shows, so we’re booking lots of shows this summer.
We’re kicking things off with an early show tonight at Pianos.  We’re on at 7.  Will you join us for a drink?
You can check out the flyer here. RSVP on Facebook here.
Pianos is located at 158 Ludlow Street, NYC. Hope to see you!
For you guys here on Long Island, I’ll be playing a solo acoustic show this Friday along w/ my good friend Greg Fine. I’ve known Greg for a really long time and he’s incredibly talented.  We’re playing at his Yoga Studio in Merrick which is called Fuel the Soul.  My wife Liz also teaches there.  It’s sort of a long story.  There’s a Facebook invite for the show here.  Let me know if you have any song requests. 
Also, we’re back in Brooklyn in a couple weeks with 2 shows at this year’s Northside Festival! You can check out the full schedule for the festival here.  I’m looking forward to checking out lots of great bands.  We’ll be playing the 3rd Annual Battering Room Northside Showcase at Bar Matchless on Saturday afternoon and The L Magazine Show at The Gutter on Saturday night. We can’t wait.
Lastly, I’m hitting the road this summer for a bunch of out of town solo shows.  Want me to come to your town?  Tell me where.  You can email me at brian@beatradio.org.
If you want, you can follow Beat Radio on songkick for more tour updates near you. It’s a cool website that tells you when bands you like are playing in your area.
Some cool radio stuff has been happening lately also.  Gill Mills is a great DJ in the UK.  She featured us last week on her podcast New Music Matters and will also be featuring us next week on her new show on Amazing Radio.  Also, we’re getting some more airplay on KCRW thanks to our friend Jason Kramer on his show The Lab.  Super excited.
This is a jam from back in the day: mexico (mp3)

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