LS coverWe are teaming up with our cover band for the next issue and giving away 5 pairs of tickets (a pair in 5 different markets to spread the love around). This one involves “pimping” out your web page (MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, etc) and sending me a photo or screen shot of your page with all things LS…

You’ll be put on the guest list, meet the band and get a shirt (& see a killer show). To enter this one, it’s going to take some work on your part. That’s right, we’re asking you to “pimp” your site with all things LS:

  • 1) make your profile pic The Infinite Order album cover (download it here … or right-click the image and “save as”)
  • 2) put the single, “Rules of Engagement,” up for streaming on your space (available at the LS MySpace site);
  • 3) email me a photo or screen shot of your MySpace, Facebook or Twitter feed about the LS album.
    2/5 Nashville, TN @ Rocketown
    2/6 Little Rock, AR @ Juanitas
    2/7 Dallas, TX @ Fat Daddy’s
    2/8 San Antonio, TX @ White Rabbit
    2/9 Houston, TX @ Meridian
    2/10 Tulsa, OK @ Marquis Theatre
    2/11 Bentonville, AR @ Skia
    2/12 Kansas City, MO @ El Torreon
    2/13 Jefferson, SD @ Community Center
    2/14 Buffalo, MN @ The Vault
    2/15 Chicago, IL @ Reggie’s
    2/17 Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theatre
    2/19 Grand Ledge, MI @ Imagine This
    2/20 Erie, PA @ Forward Hall
    2/21 Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club
    2/22 Clinton, NJ @ Aquifer Music Venue
    2/23 Baltimore, MD @ Sonar
    2/24 Virginia Beach, VA @ Club Relevant
    2/25 Raleigh, NC @ The Brewery (no Shai Hulud)
    2/27 Douglasville, GA @ The 7 Venue (no Shai Hulud)
    2/28 Jacksonville, FL @ Murray Hill Theatre (no Shai Hulud)



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