Join United Way on Saturday, April 18th as they “Rock the Block” with Mike & Joe! The festivities kick off at 4pm on North St. between Broadway St. and Uptown Circle. Windy City Wieners will be hosting their annual hot dog eating contest from 4-5pm and Mike & Joe take the stage at 5pm. Medici will be on the street serving beer and beverages with a portion of proceeds benefiting United Way.
Here’s Cory with a bass tutorial on “My Hero”. “My Hero” is the third single from the Foo Fighters’ second album The Colour and the Shape. It was released as a single in 1998.
*We do not own the music to this song. All rights are to Foo Fighters (Dave Grohl) and company, Recorded at Grandmaster Recorders in Hollywood, CA*
Mike is giving a guitar tutorial on how to play “The Middle”. “The Middle” is a song by the American alternative rock band Jimmy Eat World. It was released in November 2001 as the second single of their fourth album Bleed American. This is one of many songs we will be showing you how to play. *We do not own the music to this song. All rights are to Jimmy Eat World and company*
Here is our live rendition of Jimmy Eat World’s “The Middle.” Our good friend Mike took a video of us playing on St. Patricks Day at a club called 115 Bourbon Street outside of Chicago.
Contact us to book the band by calling or e-mailing Joe Valentino at 317-696-0399, or firstname.lastname@example.org
- I WANT MIKE AND JOE TO PLAY AT MY PARTY! No need to shout about it. We are available for private events. Just send details to email@example.com
- I WANT MIKE AND JOE TO PLAY AT MY SCHOOL! We love school. School is cool. Send us details to firstname.lastname@example.org
- I THINK MIKE AND JOE WOULD BE PERFECT FOR _____ FESTIVAL! Do three things in this order. 1) Go to the festival’s website and send them a message saying that you want to see us playing at that fest. 2) Call three of your friends and have them do that same thing. 3) E-mail us (email@example.com) the fest name, website, and (if you know) the name and contact information for whoever is setting up the entertainment. We will contact them and try to get ‘er done. Seriously, if you do those three things, there is a really good chance that the festival will call us before we call them. For real. Try it.
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You can e-mail the band members individually by sending a message to:
MARKETING AND PROMOTION
You can e-mail David, our marketing and promotion director at email@example.com
You can e-mail us for information about production, load in, sound check, stage plots, etc to firstname.lastname@example.org