If you haven’t notice, The Evangenitals are on a bit of a hiatus. Brett is working a film editing gig, the Valentine’s Season has meant that Lisa got consumed by her Flower Industry job, George has been makin’ bucks playing with Cash’d Out, and I’ve been trying to get my life in order and figure out what I really want to be doing with it at this point in time. I think everyone needed a big ‘ol break after the Road to Oprah tour. Although, I am already excited about the next tour we take. I really liked touring, which is a good thing, considering that we’re the type of band, I’m told, that is really going to make our mark (and money) on the road. I’m glad I’m cut out for it!
On Monday I’m meeting with a man from USC to talk about possibly doing something with my next theater piece there, which is super-exciting. On Tuesday I’m starting some mime/musical theater/improv/choreography/modern dance classes at my local city college, part of the ‘ol “honing my instrument” routine. My new improv dream-team “Hammerspace” started getting together to practice for our upcoming show on March 8th. I’m working on a bunch of new songs for the Evangenitals. My student loan checks came in. It’s Valentine’s Day and I’m in LOVE. I’d have to say things are going alright!
Yes, you heard me right…. I’m taking MIME!!
The Collaboration Foundation (aka The 1 Second Film‘s parent organization) is currently on the front page of IdeaBlob. If we get enough votes, we could win $10,000 toward our “Idea”… which would be amazing. So please vote for the Collaboration Foundation if you have a moment to register and vote.
Today I got totally inspired and started seriously pursuing some more Evangenitals radio play for our new album. I sent out a gang of emails and got some good responses, so that’s promising. Tomorrow I’ll be getting a bunch of CD’s “radio ready” and sending them off on their fantastic voyage onto the airwaves! I figure that’s something I can really get into while the band is taking a break. That and launching semi-complicated sales. Ahh… to be obsessed.
On Myspace, the Evangenitals are approaching the 30,000 view mark, which seems like it should be some kind of a big deal.
So things are good, right?
How are you?