Music. Plans. The Future.

It's been quite the few weeks as I've definitely had lots going on. Though it is only March, as I knew, 09 is proving to be quite the year for change, progression, development and opportunity. I'm the person that likes to believe that despite turmoil, roadblocks, and uphill battles, with creative thought, a decent amount of effort and a good circle of positivity, anything can be accomplished. It took me a little bit to get adjusted to hunting the waters again and being hungry, but this past month has brought me back. I'm slowly and more precisely choosing projects, ventures and things I want to invest my time into. This year, I'll be happy to be finishing school, taking on new projects, changing ship on others, and of course having fun along the way. There's always some time for chainsawing locusts, or reliving good times. Although I have to say I've been pretty fail at SF4 lately and I'm very determined to get back to ownage mode.

In newer news, for those of you that may have heard, Tribal (The band I manage) is taking a break. Please read our blog post below, for details, and as always thank you for the continued support.
Tribal's Blog
Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Music, Plans, The Future.

Hello Hello to all,
After our last blog entry, we know that it caused a bit of a stir and we've been receiving concerned questions, thoughts and of course the usual love and support you guys always give. So in efforts to let you know that we care about what you think, and your support, here's a little more about what's going on and why the break.

Over the years we have genuinely loved more than anything else performing, letting to know all of you our friends, sharing stories, and most of all making music. At the end of the day, the endless hours, artistic collaborations, creative expression, and the hard work is about the music. That was the one thing that Tribäl, had and will always have in common, our love for great music.

With any art, there is always a wish for creative growth, and being that we are all artists, we felt that it was time to take a break and work on our our own artistic development. "Saturday Night Rock" was an album we are exceptionally proud of, along with our past collaborations, but we wanted the chance to take time to write, practice and really get involved with our musical craft. For any of you that may paint, write, produce, make films, or develop work that you are passionate about, you know that in creating great work requires a lot of soul searching,
passion and development. This is the reason that many artists such as
Led Zeppelin, Eminem, or Depeche Mode take periods of time away to just
try out different sounds and work on their art.

None of us know what the future holds for any of us, but we can promise you two
things, whatever it is we are working on, we want it to be GRAND, and secondly nothing means more to us than our music and YOU our supporters, our friends.

So Sal and Fernando will be developing new sounds with "The Radiolites" so stay tuned on exciting news about that. The rest of the guys will be working on their music and we'll see what the future brings.

We're still here, so drop us a line, keep in touch and we'll see you again soon!

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