When Brett Milano first suggested the idea of the "52 Weeks in the Life of a Rockstar" project, I guffawed.
Congratulations, rockers: Your first year in a band is nearly over!
When your friends in a band come back from their first tour, they’ll probably go on about that one ill-attended disaster show. “Oh man, Cleveland was the worst—we played to nobody”.
A Quick Introduction to the Rock’n’Roll Center of the Universe (Really!)
I have tattoos, many of which I even received while sober. And I was thirsty for more. And no tattoo magazine, artist's portfolio, or Tiny Toons sticker book could quench this proverbial thirst with the inspirado I was seeking.
Last Thursday, Jessica pulled together six Harmonix bands including Abnomality, Thief Thief, Breaking Wheel, Death of the Cool, That Handsome Devil and Bang Camaro for a night of awesome music at The Middle East right across the street from the Harmonix offices.
You've always thought your band had a decent interweb presence. You’ve got a good amount of friends on the Facespaces out there, most of which reside in your town. So what’s up with the tumbleweed gigs?
What would it take to locate the ticket stubs of every concert you’ve ever been to?
They can be some of the dingiest, God-forsaken spaces you
Phillip Hunt is an operations associate at Harmonix. He was born in Texas, raised in England and settled in Boston. He has a pre prepared monologue for when people ask about his accent. It’s not Australian.