Stars Go Dim had the amazing opportunity to perform at the Star 101.3 Jingle Ball in San Francisco, CA December 10 alongside The Goo Goo Dolls and Kris Allen. We even had a private meeting with The Goo Goo Dolls. Check our journal on for more details and pics.

Our Christmas gift to you!

As our Christmas gift to you, our amazing fans, we recently recorded the Christmas song “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” and you can download it free for a limited time at If you like it please pass this link to all your friends.

Watch the new music video!

As most of you know we just recently released a new single called “Like I Mean It” which is available on iTunes, Amazon, and our website. We just launched the music video for “Like I Mean It”. We hope you enjoy it. Please repost the video and share with as many people as possible. Watch it HERE!

The next BIG shows!

Stars Go Dim has one more show this year. A big New Years Eve event Dec 31st with P.O.D., The Almost, and Gungor in Synder, TX. Most of January we will be in the studio finishing new songs. Yes, coming soon! But on Saturday, January 29, 2011 Stars Go Dim will be performing a much anticipated hometown show at the Cain’s Ballroom with an amazing line-up including Stephen Speaks, Ben Kilgore, Sleeperstar, and Van Risseghem. Hometown shows are always meaningful to us and we will be planning something special. This show will more than likely sell out so get your tickets in advance! Join the Facebook Event for this show HERE!

Dec 31, 2010
Red Letter Rockin’ Eve
w/P.O.D., The Almost, Gungor, and others.
The Coliseum
Synder, TX
Doors 3:30pm, SGD ~5:00pm
Tickets HERE!

Jan 29, 2011
Cain’s Ballroom
Tulsa, OK
Door 7pm, SGD ~10pm
Tickets HERE!

More shows and information on!


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