Sept. 20, 2005
Bad News - Due to a finger injury which has left me unable to play, we've had to cancel our scheduled appearance on WUOG's Live in the Lobby show this evening. We are attempting to reschedule for October, 25th. I'll post the date once it is confirmed. Again, to our 10s of less than 10s of fans in the Athens area, please accept our sincere apologies!
Aug. 26, 2005
We got some festivals coming up! Starting
this Sunday (Aug. 28) we'll be playing a set at the Grant
Park Summer Shade Festival. We should begin around 2 p.m. & immediately
following will be Hope For A
Golden Summer! We also just got a confirmation for the East
Atlanta Strut (no schedule yet, but set for Sept. 17) as well as the Home
Park Festival on October 8th. For more information on that one check out the Fluxxx
One last note, if you're in the Athens, GA local, we're booked to do Live In The Lobby on Tuesday, Sept. 20th. The show will be on WUOG (90.5) and will run from 8:00-8:30.
Jun. 20, 2005
This Friday (June 24th), Brodie Stove will be performing at our third consecutive Corndog-O-Rama, held at the Earl in East Atlanta. I believe we are scheduled to begin at 8 p.m., but I would highly advise to arrive (by 6 p.m.) and check out Telegram & Hope For A Golden Summer; two very amazing bands that we are excited to play with. Look for us in the front room (a little quieter than normal).
Apr. 25, 2005
Just wanted to announce the new Brodie
Stove page on My Space. Wanna be friends?
You can also find a few extra songs from the Midshipmen CD - Rock!
Please keep sending us your really deep poetry - We love it! I guarantee that Thom will be inspired.
Also - we just uploaded the WRAS interview with Thom, Mark & Nate. The mp3 is 8.45 mb & you can download it here.
Don't forget, we're rocking the Ten High this Thursday evening.
Mar. 5, 2005
We would like to thank all of you in attendance last night (and Scold all of you who didn't make it). We really enjoyed ourselves and hope to see some of the new friends we made in the near future! Word is we are playing a party on March 19th. Maybe you heard about it last night???
Feb. 14, 2005
We just booked our CD release show at the Earl on Friday, March 4. It's $5.00 to get in (a bargain) and that gets you a copy of the CD "Midshipmen". That's right, come on out to see us and get the CD for free (a $10.00 value - ha!). If you can't wait, you can also pick it up at Criminal Records, Wax N' Facts or Wuxtry in Atlanta.
Happy Valentines Day -
Jan. 31, 2005
The CD (titled Midshipmen) is here and the first copies went out to press & radio this morning. It's been a lot of work and I'm glad to be moving to next phase. All in all, I'm very happy with the results. Thom's other band, The Bouldercrest Singers played the Earl for Dunch this Sunday. Unfortunately, I could not attend but the reviews were glowing. I'll finally get to see them when they play in Athens?
Dec. 9, 2004
Mike say's he's sorry about that. Thanks Mike, no problem.
Dec. 1, 2004
This is rather interesting. It seems that Mike Misiak has decided to print an unflattering review of a Brodie Stove show in this months South East Performer mag. The review was for a benefit show at the Earl on October, 16. The only problem is that Brodie Stove did not play the Earl on October, 16. Yes, we were booked to play the show, but had to cancel due to the unexpected death of Mark's father a few days prior. Mr. Misiak continued to single out Brodie Stove (I suppose) implying that we are an unpopular band. I'm not really sure who he was watching, but it was not Brodie Stove! Seriously, we don't mind a little bad press (really, it's better than no press), but if you're going to write something derogatory about a band or performance, make sure you've seen or heard them. All this does is make us look bad & Mike look ignorant - I'm sure this was not his intention when writing the review. I have done my best to contact the magazine since then, but as of yet have heard no response. C'mon guys, let's own up here. At least let's see an editorial note. At best, how about some actual deserved press - good or bad!
Nov. 28, 2004
Well, a few moths back we finished recording our first album with Ben Price at Red Tuxedo studio in Atlanta GA. I don't think we could have had a more pleasurable experience!! Ben has done some great work in the past (Twittering Machine, Surly Pop & his own band Dead Pan Alley) and he continued the tradition with us. I would highly recommend him to anyone looking for an engineer/studio to service your recording needs. We did the record in 5 days (Three for recording, Two for mix down). It was a lot to cram into that amount of time, but we are very happy with the results. The record was mastered by Glenn Schick and you can check out the results on the Download Music page. The working title for the record is Midshipmen and we are hoping to have it out in January!
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