I WAS A bit hard on our local media the other day, and I apologize. Of all people, I should realize it's not easy and that it's still a business. I can honestly say the men and women who work at our local media outlets are top-notch, for the most part.
This past week has been a good example. Second String Music and Vancil Performing Arts Center are sponsoring A Night With The Cheeseburgers Saturday at Turner Hall, and we've received great support from our local media.
Dennis Oliver and Jeff Dorsey at Y-101 gave us love last week, click here for the link.
I was on WGEM this morning with Rich Cain and Greg Haubrich, and they are always good to me. I miss hanging out with them and doing the "You Can't Make It Up" segments.
Bob Gough at the Quincy Journal will be giving us some love tomorrow.
Maggie Menderski of The Herald-Whig did an incredible job profiling Six String Heroes, and they might run out of ink from selling so many papers with Wayne Bridges in the photo. Click here for Maggie's story.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for helping us spread the message about Six String Heroes and our event Saturday.