IN & TN, New Shows, SoCal, Half Off Half Gone
September 23, 2010, 10:12 am EDT
ApologetiX Fan Club Newsletter goes out to 64,820 subscribers.
Tell Us About You. Help us pick new songs to parody and cities to tour in by telling us about you. At least your zipcode and date of birth. (We won’t tell anyone.)
Photos from the Road
We try to take as many pictures of our concerts and fans as possible, and we have a bunch from our concert in Grafton, WV on Fri., Sep 10.
Come to the Show
Down the Road:
We are on an endless quest to have photos for ALL of our past concerts. We have many, but we do not have snapshots from many of our earlier shows. Every once in a while, someone sends us photos from long ago concerts and we post them. We just were sent a bunch from this concert:
We are still missing photos from many concerts. And now, you can post them yourself to our website. Please review this list and see if you can help out.
Were You There?
Fans love to look up the photos on our website, and email them around. These are the ten most recent concerts that we have no photos from. Pick any concert you have photos for and please upload them.
Upcoming Fan Birthdays
Happy birthday to all our fans and friends who are celebrating a birthday in the coming week including these 239 fans:
Make sure we know about your birthday — For your name to appear above, your profile has to have your correct first and last name and in the correct fields.Tell us about you >>
Wanna Help the Band?
We’re often asked if we accept donations. Yes we do. Like other ministries, we have many expenses. Although the donations aren’t tax deductible, they are immediately put to good use. If you’d like to donate, thanks.
|J. Jackson, lead singer and lyricist for ApologetiX here.
Bill Hubauer has been working on producing our upcoming CD, Soundproof every day, though he works about 60 hours a week with his two other jobs. As he says, “Slow and steady wins the race!”
That being said, we are nearing the finish line. Hubie should have mixes for us to review soon, and we’re still planning to have the CD available for you in October.
My wife, Lisa, is now halfway to the finish line in her pregnancy. She had a sonogram Tuesday. The baby’s vital signs looked good, and the technician said that our fifth child will be our first son!
When I was single, I never had dreams of being a father. Then I literally had a dream in which I was holding my newborn son. I was so happy and filled with love, I took it as a sign that if I ever had children, God would provide the love and joy I’d need.
Over the years, He certainly has provided the love and joy, and now He has provided a son. In the meantime, He’s already provided us with four beautiful daughters, who are very eager for a baby brother. Praise the Lord, and please pray for my wife and our son.
Next 2 Weekends: IN, TN & OH
September 22, 2010, 7:39 am EDT
This weekend, we’ll be in Indiana (near Bloomington) and Tennessee (near Murfreesboro). Next weekend, we’ll be in Aurora OH (near Akron and Cleveland).
Friday, September 24, we’ll be in Bloomfield IN. Nearby cities include: Bloomington (25), Bedford (30), Washington (35), Martinsville (45), Vincennes and Paoli (50), Terre Haute (60), Indianapolis (75), and Anderson (115).
Saturday September 25, we’ll be in Tullahoma TN. Nearby cities include: Lynchburg (15) Murfreesboro (45), Huntsville AL and Columbia (60), Nashville (75), Chattanooga and Decatur AL (80), and Florence AL (115).
Saturday, October 1, we’ll be in Aurora OH. Nearby cities include: Garfield Heights (20), Cuyahoga Falls and Akron (25), Cleveland and Warren (30), Mentor (35), Youngstown (45), Canton (50), Massillon (55), Ashtabula (70), and Mansfield (80)
For more details on these and any of our other upcoming concerts, click on the links in the left column of this week’s newsletter or go to http://www.apologetix.com/concerts and click on the concert you want.
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