Isn't it strange how these days, the last thing you hear by a band is their record? You hear the live acoustic performances, the "bonus content", the late night TV appearances - but sometimes you've had enough before you even make it to the one piece of work that all those other performances were meant to cater to...
Not this boy. I want you to hear my new music the old fashioned way.
On the radio.
Wednesday, August 23, on STAR 98.7 in Los Angeles, I'll be DJing my ENTIRE ALBUM, front to back. Time is TBA, but it should be sometime around the drive time (5ish PST). For anyone heading out to the shows that take place before the official release, now you have the material to bone up on so that you have maximum show enjoyment.
You can also listen to the record LIVE on STAR 98.7's web site (www.star987.com).
A week later, the record will be made available on other radio stations. Check with your local Nickelback provider to see if they're carryinig it.
Remember when you used to tape the radio? No? Well I used to. It was fun.
Who wants to listen to music on Windows Media Player. BUFFERING...28àYuck. No faster download than FM.
I just want you to hear my music. Is that so wrong?