Notes From The Den 1-25-10

Hey Den-ziens,

A real quick update this week, as I am busy working on the benefit album and concert for Shayne Miel from the Future Kings Of Nowhere (, who is currently fighting stage IV lymphoma (cancer).

Both are coming along extremely well, and I’ll have an announcement soon about some of the artists involved.

We hope to have the album available for sale on-line in early March, and the acoustic benefit concert will be Saturday March 27th at Buddie’s Tavern.

Any musicians who want to still be involved, drop me a line ASAP.


Thanks to everyone who came out to the first Free Concert Series show at Buddie’s Tavern of 2010. Big thanks to Red Flag Fleet, Copesetic, and Randy Morning, for putting on incredible sets!

The next Free Concert Series show at Buddie’s Tavern will be on Saturday February 27th, and feature sets by The Accelerators, The Break Evens, and The Extras, Inc.


Here’s the programming schedule for this week:

Lazlo’s Den - Monday thru Friday at 8pm ET

Lazlo’s Den presents New Music - Tues @ 8pm ET, Wed @ noon & 10pm, Thurs @ 3am & midnight, Fri @ 9am & 3pm, Sun @ 8pm

‘Rock N Roll Gas Station’ hosted by Jim Testa - Thursday @ 10pm ET, Sun @ 7pm

‘The Weekend Mix-Up!’ hosted by Mick Hale - Friday @ 9pm ET, Sat @ 9pm, Sun @ 1pm & 6pm

And, don't forget to stream or download Rock On Radio, directly from The latest installment includes guest Melissa Chill.

While you’re at you can stream all the previous Guitar Pull’s, including the most recent one with Ross Sandler (from Crewman Number Six), and Pete Jager (from The Extras, Inc.).

The Guitar Pull will return with new installments in 2010.


Don’t forget to download free music from or

Bands, if you'd like to put up a free download on or, please contact me.


Pissed Off!

The U.S. Justice Department has allowed Ticketmaster Entertainment and the world's largest concert promoter, Live Nation, to merge, proving regardless of who is in office, there is only liberty and justice for big corporations.

Live Nation, Ticketmaster merge; agree to U.S. terms

Music Industry Reacts to U.S. Approval of Live Nation-Ticketmaster Merger

And Eagles manager Irving Azoff is an idiot if he really thinks this merger is, "a great win for fans." There is nothing in either company’s past that has been good for the fans.


That's all for this week.

Thanks for reading.