Well well well....our little video for "Standing On The Edge of the World" is in the semi-finals for the South Alabama Film Festival! How bout that! Head over to southalabamafilmfestival.org/ and vote for that bad boy!! ... See MoreSee Less
2014 Music Video Semi-FinalistsPlease view the videos and vote for your favorites. You can select up to 3 videos you’d like to see as part of the 2014 SoAL/SouthSounds Southern Music Video Block during Year Six of SoAL Film Fest. The top 10 selected videos will be screened at the festival. Artist: A…
We have teamed up with CASA Jefferson for Rock the CASA!
The night starts at 6:00 for VIP's. You get:
- Access to the exclusive Foundation Room - New Orleans* all night
- A special acoustic performance from The Breton Sound
- Complimentary beer, wine, and passed hors d'eurves
Doors to the Parish Room open at 6:30 for general admission. We have an awesome lineup, with South Jones kicking things off at 7:30, The Honorable South headlining at 8:45 and Jeanne from ROCK 96.3 as your MC for the night!
Tickets are $15 for students with an ID, $25 for general admission and $45 for access to the party in the Foundation Room. (Plus applicable Ticketmaster fees; fees are reduced if you purchase at the box office or through your CASA program.)
See you soon!
*VIP Dress Code
The Foundation Room dress code is business casual. Jeans can be worn, but must not be torn, faded, or oversized and should be worn with a collared shirt or blazer. T-shirts, sweatshirts, tennis shoes, sandals, baseball hats, tank tops, shorts and torn clothing are not allowed. The Foundation Room Manager reserves the right to consult with you on appropriateness of attire. When traveling to other Foundation Rooms, please ask your Concierge for the local dress code guidelines, as they may vary slightly or reflecting what is appropriate in each city. From time to time, you may see celebrities and touring talent outside the dress code. These are rare instances and exceptions will be judicious.
The Breton SoundThe last few years have had same top 3, Better Than Ezra, Cowboy Mouth, and The Topcats, who are a cover band. Not knocking the accomplishments of any of those bands, but there are a lot of other hard working bands in town who are equally deserving of the praise. The media outlets need to cover those bands though, and a lot of that stems from the bands being able to put out great music. That's always our goal.5 · 5 days ago
Laura J. HickmanI do agree w/ CM and BTE but a cover band - in the Vegas best of cover bands are in their own category1 · 5 days ago
My hands are really cold right now, heater isn't working, so I'll do my best to correct any typing errors as I go.
What's up everyone? We've been busy over here at TBS World HQ. Working on new songs, we're planning to start recording something new in a few months, and we're really excited about it. ...more