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Local Scene Writers Needed

We're in need of some new local scene writers to fill this section. Cover the styles of music in which you have knowledge at clubs in your area and/or clubs you attend frequently.

If you're interested in covering your local music scene, contact the Renegade at geoff@geoffwilbur.com. As a "Local Scene" writer, you choose the clubs and the bands you cover. All you have to do is meet the writing deadlines. This is your opportunity to help expose your area's best bands to a broader public and to the music industry. No pay. Great perks. (Free discs and admission to some shows, etc.) Drop us an e-mail for details.

Band Guide 

San Francisco, CA

The Invisible Cities hand you a Martini of incandescent, angular pop and moody vermouth.  They've tossed in a punked-out olive, coaxed it together with jazz refined swizzle sticks, and dumped it into a telecaster-imbued glass.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Steve Goldberger & the Fringe Locals:  A "gumbo-type" mix of roots, country-rock, blues and folk. If you had to "label" his music with that of other artists, you might be reminded of Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, Lucinda Williams or Little Feat with some Don Henley and Miles Davis thrown in.

How to get listed in the "Band Guide" section...

To be included in the "Band Guide" section, please create a 1-to-40 word self-description of your band.  (Be sure to tell us the home city under which you'd like to be listed -- I know you gig in several cities and hope to have fans worldwide, but just tell us where you live.) Then e-mail your description to geoff@geoffwilbur.com (put "Band Guide Listing" is the subject of the e-mail) or fax it to (208) 247-2170.
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