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  • Tabernacle: Mormon Hardcore Band

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    Then he appears on stage; his name: Kevin Barton; his band: Tabernacle. Like a reaper and his servants preparing you for the journey, seemingly to the gates of hell, the crowd waits with anticipation. The solemn look on all of their faces matches their attire: black shoes, black slacks, black pencil ties, and white shirts. These aren’t just any Mormons (actually none of them are) but rather masters of hardcore. What set them apart from other bands though are their unique blend of personality and character

  • 7th Arsenal Band Biography

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    7th Arsenal Band Biography Lethal Injections, Lethal Intoxication, and Army of Sinners were all possible band names before 7th Arsenal chose the first part of their name based off the number of band members. Regardless of where they were inspired to select a name for their band they will complete their goals one step at a time. They may deduce the number of band members though will have the same charisma they started out with as a group of seven. There sound may lethal, downright sinful, but

  • Plan to Promote a New Band

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    Promote a New Band Planning The aims of our product were to advertise and promote a new up and coming band as they planned to release their first single on a website about the band itself. This website is mainly aimed at teenagers and young adults, as they are the people who I thought would be most impressed by the style of music we were promoting, namely 'Nu-/heavy metal'. Before beginning the construction of the website I searched the internet for similar style websites by bands who perform

  • Blair’s Band Building Blocks

    1500 Words  | 6 Pages

    Blair’s Band Building Blocks Balancing the building blocks of maintaining a solid foundation is difficult in the music industry. The music business is a finicky commerce where success can be squandered the second a band signs the contracts on their record deal. Conversely, a great deal of hungry artists simply needs to learn the rules of the game. Trevor Blair owner/C.E.O. of Revolutionary Entertainment provides a myriad of opportunities for musicians to flourish in the finicky trade and make them

  • Gastric Bypass vs Gastric Band

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    all walks of life have tried almost everything, ranging from daily scheduled exercises to a strictly administered diet but still the battle has not fully been won. It is for this reason that technological innovations like gastric bypass and gastric band have found a place in the field of body weight loss. Gastric bypass is surgical procedure. It controls food flow between the stomach and small intestine. As its name suggests, a bypass is improvised. Firstly, the surgeon divides the stomach into

  • Free Narrative Essays - The Battle of the Bands

    1433 Words  | 6 Pages

    The Battle of the Bands The best and worst two days of my life took place at Bogarts with my band Radioactive Weasel last month.  We had practiced daily for near three years, and our group decided to pull together again and enter "The Battle of the Bands."  This was the first time we sparingly paid fifty dollars to perform anywhere. All the other competitions we had entered were mail in tapes and then wait for a response. We got out of bed at five in the morning, then raced to our drummer's

  • Journal entry: Creating a Band With Friends

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    ..."lets do it man, lets start a band!" Now i had played the guitar for years now, played in a few bands.....nothing i ever saw potential in. Ben had had a very long stay with a great local band as their bass player and as that came to an end he started to learn the drums, which he called his true passion. New at the insturment he was, but no matter, we began lookin for other people to fill the band. His very good freind dave had long wanted to front a band and we all beleived he was just the

  • Cover Bands

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    to explain why I believe that cover songs are now a good thing. “Behind Blue Eyes” covered by Limp Bizkit is a song that I would have never heard had it not been covered. The Who originally recorded this song in 1971. Limp Bizkit is an alternative band that many younger people have great interest in. Many people my age are not as interested in what is now called “Classic Rock” as they are in alternative music. Therefore, this song would have never been heard if it wasn’t for Limp Bizkit. Another

  • Lessons Learned from Band

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    I am a band parent. A proud band parent. I was in band many years ago. I had the privilege of being in the Spring/Westfield band program in Houston, Texas. The high school was divided into two separate schools my senior year, and I attended Westfield. The Spring and Westfield band programs both went on to win the ultimate marching band championship - Grand Nationals. I also attended college on a music scholarship. Many of my friends from college are band directors in Texas and other parts

  • Jam bands

    487 Words  | 2 Pages

    Jam bands I have played music for over 11 years and I have studied different types of music, like Jazz and blues. But now there is a style that blends these two and more together. This style is called Jam bands. They have been around for years but it did not have a name until now. But it does not just have to do with the band it also has a lot to do with the fans. There is a type of dress and things that they say. I will tell the type of dress, the way the fans talk, and the different bands that