So here is how this works. I have noticed that a lot of you guys out there have your own websites, profile pages and blogs, and obviously I know that I lot of you out there also have Behold! A Pale Horse because I hand packaged every single one. What I am looking for the the most insightful review of the Behold! A Pale Horse by The Ghost And The Grace. This does not mean the most glowing review. If you give it a 1 out of 10 but you can back it up with thoughtful and relevant insight into the music, then you could win; vice versa, if you give it a rave review but don’t know what you are talking about, you won’t win. The person who can most thoughtfully dissect the record will win a free The Ghost And The Grace T-Shirt shipped to them anywhere in the world. All you have to do is post your review in your blog, website, profile etc. (anywhere where it actually stays up, not a bulletin or tweet) and then send a link to GhostAndGraceLive@gmail.com
You have until the afternoon of August 6th, so get to work folks!
If you don’t have the record to review, click here to buy it!
That beautiful day that I never thought would come has finally arrived! Translation: The very first The Ghost And The Grace show has been booked. Our late CD release extravaganza is going to be on Saturday, Sept 12 in Bellingham, WA at the Old Foundry. This is the very first The Ghost And The Grace show EVER, so if that is something you are interested in being a part of then mark your calendars! And it’s only $5! Details
The Ghost And The Grace rehearsals have been going amazingly, and I couldn’t be more thrilled with my excellent live band. They are some of the best musicians in town and equally good friends, so in honor of them I though I would do a post for you guys to check out all of their other musical endeavors and projects.
Ryan Soukkala also played Drums in the legendary Lands Farther East, as well as Idiot Pilot Drew Fitchette rips guitar in Rooftops… HARD. Sarah Jerns is Pan Pan. She plays trumpet and keys, sometimes at the same time. Ian Imhof get’s things done for Clickpop Records. He also slays the tambourine and sings backup vocals. Chris Newton shreds guitar, and blogs about it right here. Paul Latham holds down the bass, and is definitely not this guy.
If you get the time check out eveyone elses other projects. I am going to be posting a date for the worlds first Ghost And The Grace show in the next coming days. Stay tuned!
The other day I sat down for an interview with Joel from Idiotfans.net, over iChat, and it ended up being a 43 minutes long! I don’t know why any of you guys out there would be interested in hearing me ramble on for 43 minutes, but if that sounds like something you are into then check it out below. We cover a lot of ground, from The Ghost And The Grace lyrics, to production techniques, and even a few questions about the next Idiot Pilot album. Big thanks to Joel for putting this together.
Hey everyone, I just wanted to give you the heads up to check out an interview that I just did for ContactMusic.com. It was featured on the front page this morning but has since been replaced with Will Ferrel. The article is still there, though, so check it out! Thanks so much to Jordan Dowling for writing this.
Today marks the official release of the debut album from The Ghost And The Grace, Behold! A Pale Horse! Check them out below, and if you haven’t already, head over to the store and pick yourself up a copy of the record! Shipping immediately!