THE ELM TREASON NEWSLETTER NO. 11
JULY 2, 2021
Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Photos
As many of you know by now, we plan on releasing a LIVE ALBUM (just the two of us banging through an entire set) along with a video of the performance (on DVD and/or BluRay).
This session was recorded at the end of March. We are HOPING for Christmastime relase.
Here are some photos from that jam. 🙂
Speaking of FACEBOOK LIVE…
The official announcement for our Facebook LIVE event is now posted at the top of our Facebook Page. If you think you can attend or are interested, please feel free to click one of the buttons there…
Tuesday, July 6th, 7:00pm NYC time…
Your FACEBOOK LIVE questions
For those of you who cannot watch live, we want to open up this thread to any and all questions you may have for us that we can address during the stream. (We will be posting the entire show on our Facebook page for viewing later).
It’s true, we did have an “ask us anything” thread here in GROOVY NOODLES a couple of weeks ago, but we want this one to be specifically for the show on the 6th. Make ’em fun. Interesting. Probing, even. We’re up for anything.
Have at it. And thanks!
Some GREAT guitar faces
To all of our friends here in the USA, Happy 4th!
Used to Know
Here ia a rehearsal video of us, from the Summer of 2016, we’ve never shared anywhere.
Because it’s a song that, to this day, remains unreleased. It dates back to our first album sessions and is called “Used to Know.”
It was painful for us to leave it off the album, because there was a time when we were always playing it as part of our live set.
We spent a ton of time perfecting the arrangement, and it contains some of Bobby’s best composed soloing.
So, here is an exclusive groovy noodle for you (with lyrics on-screen, from deep inside the Beatle Room).
PHOTO OF THE WEEK
Bobby and Andy during a photo shoot in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. August 2015
The birth of the CD age. Dig this ad announcing a brand new way to listen to music – the SONY Compact Disc Digital Audio Player.
PEN OF STEEL
Bobby’s love of the band RUSH is well-known. The band’s music impact on him is deep and far reaching.
When Neil Peart died, it was a devastating blow for him (and many). Here is the tribute he wrote for Neil.
–> READ IT HERE <–
ONE MORE FUNNY
Canyon dig it?
– A behind the scenes peek at the new LIVE album we’re working on.
– Andy’s trigger.
– Your input: Your trigger.
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