Marquis of Vaudeville
Alternative / Musical Mischief / Carnivalesque Punk Cabaret
Ello ello everyone!
As we announced earlier
in the week, you all voted us through the first round of 97.1 the Eagle's battle
to be placed in regular rotation on the station! The station even announced that
Marquis of Vaudeville received more votes than
any band has ever before, and you all made that happen! Well the time is nigh,
and we need to vote once again and hit the station even harder!
In order to do so, please share shaRE SHARE this with everyone you can and venture
to the following link to vote for Corps of Night:
If you've already voted then it's even easier this time!
If you have yet to vote, then once at the page, scroll down below the songs and
enter your email where it says "Enter your email address to continue:"
and click enter.
Register, with just name, email address, gender,
DOB, and zip code. Opt out of Eagle communications if you wish, Click "register",
and then select Corps of Night to vote.
You are all utterly amazing,
and we can't thank you enough for making this happen!
"Marquis of Vaudeville's self-titled debut is a shrewd fusing of twinkly pop,
gaze-at-the-stars vocals and melancholy melody outlined with edgy, trenchant guitars...This
is music to paint your own mental picture while listening to—a healthy dose
of rock 'n' roll with a fair share of emotion, invention and imagination."
Alan Ayo, Dallas Observer
"Amanda Palmer of The Dresden
Dolls applauds the band with, "Ziggy meets Marc Bolan outside Max's Kansas City.
Makes me want to break out some sequined leggings and spit on the sidewalk. Space-age
modern-age glam nostalgia."
" Amanda Palmer of The Dresden Dolls, http://musicnation.com/contest/spin?s=
Brod, Editor for Spin Magazine had this to say of their compelling music, "Venus
to Vertigo and Bright Star Hope, that mix of pleasant pop and hard-rock dynamics,
this stuff is so slick and well-constructed. Very impressive.”" Doug
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