It's gonna be hot one. Three shows in Yelm coming up because these are our people and they want to help us get to New York. Triad Arts at 102 Yelm Ave. E. Yelm 7 p.m., Saturday June 2 and Friday June. $5 all ages. Four bands. How could you pass that up? We've invited our pals, MayFourthMovement, Pragmatic Chaos and My Mom Dumped Me. You will see an ass-kicker of a show. Let's give our little city something to do for youth!
We're booking shows and getting ready for our trip to NYC. We'd like to thank Mannette Saloon in Bremerton for inviting us to play June 29. All our friends on the peninsula are invited to come and see us. We are really looking forward to playing there. Before that, though, we are playing in Yelm at the Triad and Jayne is graciously working as our champion to help us make money for the trip to New York. Catch us somewhere along the way and don't forget that every time you show up and tell us you are on the emailing, you'll get a gift from us. Also, we still have bumper stickers, pins, and one-of-a-kind hand sprayed shirts for sale. Rock on!
YES we had a rock n roll yard sale. Thanks to everyone who came out. There are many more people rockin' Silver Bullet shirts, hats, and bandannas on the planet now. Still looking for to get to NY and working on more gigs to spread the love. If you want us to rock your party, let's talk. You'll be the coolest on the block.
So here we were working our butts off to get to NYC for June 18. Now we aren't scheduled until July 2. More time to get money enough to go and to possibly buy a bus. Come to our yard sale Saturday in Yelm. You'll see us on the street next to Burger King. We will play for free at noon. See you there!!
HEY all you rock fans, help us get to New York City. We'll be selling stuff to buy finance our trip to appear on The Real Radio Show at Evolution Studios. We'll be playing music from 1-2. The year sale is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 307 McKenzie Street, Yelm. We'll be in the back yard of Emanuel Lutheran Church. We are also working on another local show you can help us with. Please come buy our shirts, bandanna, stickers, pins, and other stuff. Follow the music. Bring money!
https://www.facebook.com/events/242227075875315/ Learn more about the Hard Rock All-Star show at the Vera Project at that facebook or on the Aryon Jones and the Way website. We'll be there supporting our fellow northwest musicians and helping them get to London. You can get in free if you vote for them and share it on your page, but WAIT!! don't do it until you get there and THEN you get in free. See ya Sunday!!
Colin here! On April 1st, a couple of Silver Bullet's own, including the almighty "pedal-tech" gathered in Seattle to attend the Metal Alliance at Studio Seven. Little did we know we were going to consume so much alcohol! (thanks Joe for the free shots). So here we are in the bar, looking at 3 inches of blood drinking some Rainiers in the corner. With liquid courage on our side, we got the honor of hanging out and getting some pics taken with them. I couldn't ask for a better way to spend a good April Fools. Make sure to rock hard bullet fans and GOODNIGHT
We've got New York on our minds as we head into spring. Thinking about selling our stuff to get the money to fly, playing for the people and chomping at the bit to get some outside gigs when the outside weather improves. If you're looking for us, the best way to find us is to hire us yourself. We love doing parties at homes. It's fun for us and we get to hang out with the fans. Email us and we'll put on the party your neighbors will envy!
YEAH that's right. We're going to New York to play on The Real Radio Show June 18. What more can be said?
Cindy here. No, we didn't have hangovers after playing at Hard Rock Seattle, but we took a break to recollect after the gig. We don't have any shows booked, but we are working on getting some more good covers down for our summer gigs. Honestly, playing live music is a grueling task when venues want you to pay to play, get YOUR music for free, collect all the bar tabs and share nothing with the musicians. As the manager, I find it terribly exploiting the way the venues take advantage of acts. And the musicians want to play so badly, they badger all their fans to buy tickets, or worse yet, they give away tickets they buy themselves to get into a club. It is a sad state of affairs that will only stop when musicians decide to stand their ground. Really, acts should be there to help the venue build a following. We shouldn't have to always depend on our tried and true fans to travel miles and miles to hear us. We'd like to play to a more diverse crowd. If the venue is cool and hires great acts, the people will come. Ok that is my rant about a lame business model for today. Most of the band will be blotto on St. Patty's day, apparently, keep your eyes open for Silver Bullet in a bar near you in Olympia!! If they fall in the gutter, will you kick 'em out of play until I can go get 'em out of trouble? Thanks fans. You ROCK!