Came across an old review for our very first band called “Into The Woods”. Check it out below.
Into The Woods…
The future looks bright indeed for this talented four piece jam band from Central Pennsylvania. They have recently been taken on by a NYC management company and plan to begin playing at venues up and down the east coast. The goal of the band from the start has been to build a solid grass roots following, and by increasing exposure in new markets the name “Into The Woods” should begin to spread rapidly. Their music was recently highlighted at the 1998 Millennium Music Conference, which is a showcase of all the best regional bands. The band has been together since August of 96′, developing their unique blend of music, based on strong melodies and improvisation. If you get a chance to check them out live, we highly recommend it! For now, check out the sound clip of “Send Your Blue Skies” and be sure to visit their official site – “www.intothewoods.com.”
“Send Your Blue Skies is a tribute to staring all your troubles in the face and laughing at them. It’s like being thrown headfirst off a 10,000 foot cliff and laughing. Like being surrounded by half-starved sharks in the middle of the ocean, and laughing. It’s like….well you get the point. We plan to be laughing till we die.” – Into The Woods Don’t delay, order your copy of Into The Woods’ cd today! You can join the mailing list and become one of the growing number of Woodsfolk by e-mailing your name, address, and e-mail address.
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YouTube has begun curating a radio show, “The YouTube 15,” to air on Sirius XM Hits 1 as a weekly showcase for songs that are making a splash on the video site. Each week, it will examine the growth rate for current and old music videos to create a list that accurately reflects people’s music interests, from breaking artists who are blowing up to the latest Rickrolling phenomenon. The first episode, featuring host Jenna Marbles, will air on July 11th at 6 p.m. EST and replay throughout the weekend.
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The goal of the show is to help YouTube-born hitmakers experience success beyond the video site in the same way that YouTube has provided data to Billboard for the Hot 100 and showcased the video-sharing site on airline radio stations. If the show were to air this week, for example, YouTube said it would play hits like Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me” and Magic!’s “Rude,” as well as female rapper Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass,” Latin-inflected dance-pop artist Mayra Veronica’s “Mama Yo!” and 5 Seconds of Summer’s cover of Green Day’s “American Idiot.”
“We are excited to work with YouTube on creating ‘The YouTube 15’ and to put a spotlight on the songs and artists emerging out of the world’s largest music video platform,” Sirius XM’s President and Chief Content Officer Scott Greenstein said in a statement. “Our nationwide audience tunes to Sirius XM Hits 1 as the home of the best pop music and the first place to play new artists and new music. With ‘The YouTube 15,’ we will take that promise of music discovery even further, delivering songs emerging from YouTube directly into the car and also through the Sirius XM app for smartphones and tablets.”
Each week, YouTube will also feature the selected videos on its website.
Article courtesy of Rolling Stone
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