We're less than a week away from Van Rockman's Lost Tapes Tour! Whilst the intense rehearsals continue, more is being done. Now is the time to promote like no one has ever promoted before. So what multitude of ways can be utilized?
The old fashioned way is effective but very time consuming. Leaflets and posters in the right places can attract many people to any show. I'm not talking about the door to door method. I mean placing them in music venues you're playing, bars, loc
For the majority of Van Rockman rehearsals it's been a power trio setup. A simple symphony of bass/vocals, drums and guitar. It's worked well. The only trouble is it needed something a bit extra. There's only so much you can do with a three piece and Van Rockman's song writing is as such that a three piece wouldn't do the material any real justice.
In an earlier blog I mentioned that the Van Rockman boys were trying out new guitarists. Whilst there was some success with tha
Van Rockman are going on tour. This is not new information. The tour has been advertised, promoted, blogged about and plugged for the better part of a month now. Dates are fixed, songs are set. Is it time for new material?
The answer for every band is yes. Van Rockman are no different. The creativity does not stop. For song writers and creatives alike, there is no off switch. Ideas fill your head. If you don't put them down on paper they just swim around your until an inevi
Everything is feeling more real now as the first tour date is less than a month away. Everything is coming together. The set has been decided and the live performance is being honed. Four more weeks of intense rehearsals and Van Rockman shall be ready to take on the country.
The pre-gig buzz is a strange thing. Your entire body floods with adrenaline. It's almost a prehistoric sense of being. The predator is the stage. You have two options. Fight or flight. For the hardened