Download ALL of Stars Go Dim’s music for FREE! All we ask is that you share it with as many people as possible. Deal? Give our album to your friends, family, co-workers, Facebook friends, strangers…everybody! Burn CDs and hand them out, email your friends the download link, Tweet the link, and post on all your social websites. This is our way of saying thank you for your amazing support.
Attention Media: Bloggers, internet radio, webmasters, radio stations, TV programs, print media, etc. Please help us get the word out about this. You have our full permission to speak, write, tweet, and post about this and repost our free download link. Thank you!
Join the SGD Street Team
We just set up an Official Stars Go Dim Street Team. This is for people who want to work with us and help get the word out about Stars Go Dim in every way possible. You will get the heads up on everything as well as exclusive gifts, free tickets, etc. Only sign up if you really want to help. Thank you for your amazing support.
Join Team SGD HERE!
Stars Go Dim is nominated for (4) Tulsa ABOT Music Awards: Band of the Year, Pop/Rock, Vocalist, and Album of the Year. Please drop as many votes as you can between now and July 17th. Help us sweep the award show. Concentrate your focus on Band of the Year. If you have time please also place votes for the other categories. Literally try to place hundreds if not thousands of votes a day. Thanks so much!
SGD and Jason DeRulo “the video”
Stars Go Dim recently played a huge show with international pop star Jason DeRulo for thousands of people. Here is some video footage from that evening.
The Field Festival
An Evening in the Park
More dates and information on www.starsgodim.com
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