Blues / Jazz / Fusion
Hello my friends
would not normally "invite" you to join my Facebook page as it's a great
way to keep in touch, especially as I'm nearing the 'friend' limit on my personal
page (!) which is a pain because we have a great deal of pleasure just being good
However it has become obvious that although I have a continually
growing fanbase through FB, not everyone is receiving my posts, and vice versa.
This would appear to have something to do with the new way FB are prioritising
posts left by "Band Pages".
Those of us who use "Band
Pages" are now expected to pay actual money to "promote" any particular
post we put up, and if we don't, we're generally only accessing about 10% of our
actual fanbase. So I am asking that in order to keep in touch with me and to ensure
you receive all my posts, would you please do the following at my Band Page
1) Go to the page.
2) Hover your mouse over where it says "LIKED"
3) Click on "Add to Interests Lists"
Thank you so much for
your time and continued support and friendship, it is hugely appreciated. Please
share this important information with everyone you know in your own networks.
Peace and Love
"My day can be going in a million different directions totally discombobulated...
Sit down here.. turn on your tunes and in a few minutes?? Totally focused again.
Yeah, it is that good. " Cheri Gleason-Buschmann, Facebook
Bonuda Well done Christos. Everything is on the up. You tell me one Artist on the
planet right now thats releasing a truck load of quality songs of all different
genre that includes WAH from a guitar like you and i'll go he. Chris Wah Man Dair
is one of greats of our time and he is right here, right now, next to all of us..
Share if you care for the Dair! firstname.lastname@example.org or if you want Chris''s
stuff personally signed, see me personally. Chris's CD'S are a must in anyones collection.
If he aint in there, your not a musical purist like me!" Greg Bonuda,
"I am so glad to know you appreciate I'm playing your
latest album in my radio show here.
I really like "Crossroads to Freedom", it is a powerful concentrate of blues and
rock, it has several great songs and the guitar playing is fantastic.
In short of the most appealing rock-blues albums I had the pleasure to listen to
in recent times.
Recently in fact another track from that CD was on air here, as you may from the
attached playlist, and that will happen again soon.
That's all for now.
Please stay in touch and do not hesitate to inform me about your future plans.
I hope to read you again soon and thank you again so much for your kindness." Massimo