Stars Go Dim is proud to announce that we have signed with Union
Entertainment Group for management. They also manage Nickleback,
Hinder, Kevin Costner, Richard Marx, and many other fine acts.

“Come Around” on movie soundtrack!

Stars Go Dim’s “Come Around” is featured on the original motion picture soundtrack for “Letters to God…hope is contagious” hitting stores nationwide March 30, 2010. Watch the movie “Letters to God” in theaters April 9th.

Win an exclusive SGD USB flash drive!

Stars Go Dim is GOING MOBILE! And to celebrate our new mobile fan club, we’re giving away 25 Exclusive USB Flash Drives with SGD content, including songs, video and pictures. These exclusive  flash drives  have a Stars Go Dim logo and are only available through our mobile fan club contest.

To enter our contest, text sgdsms to 368266 on your phone. You’ll get a text from us with a link to our new mobile web site, and you can enter our contest right from your phone. And while you’re there, check out other cool stuff you can do from your phone – watch videos, download music, send us a tweet, check out where we’re playing next – even buy our stuff. We’re running this contest until March 26, and then we’ll randomly pick 25 winners. We want EVERYONE to join our mobile club, where you can fill up on SGD wherever you are on your phone! Thank you so much!

Stars Go Dim on The Real World DC!

Stars Go Dim’s “Love Gone Mad” was featured on MTV’s The Real World DC on February 17, 2010. Please hit up the message boards and let them know you want to hear more Stars Go Dim music on their programs. Thank you! Watch The Real World DC on Wednesday’s 10PM EST/9PM CT. Stars Go Dim is mentioned on HERE!

“Get Over It” finalist for International Songwriting Competition!

The International Songwriting Competition (ISC) is the #1 annual songwriting contest for songwriters. Stars Go Dim’s “Get Over It” is a finalist in the AAA catergory. We heard the contest had over 15,000 entries. View the listing of finalists HERE!. Judges for the contest include: Rob Thomas, Kings of Leon, Timbaland, and many other artists and industry professionals. View the panel of judges HERE!.

Tony Cowell’s (Simon’s bro) gives props!

American Idol’s Simon Cowell has a brother Tony Cowell who is very plugged into the music industry as well. He has a weekly radio show called The Cowell Factor. He has featured Stars Go Dim several times in the past. Well, Mr. Cowell gave “Love Gone Mad” some props on his latest show. Listen HERE!

Help SGD perform on The Rock Boat!

You might have heard that Stars Go Dim won the 2009 Ernie Ball Play Mayercraft contest last year and had the opportunity to perform on the Mayercraft with John Mayer, OAR, and many others. It was amazing! We need your help to get on another music cruise called The Rock Boat XI. Please let them know you would love to see Stars Go Dim on The Rock Boat XI this January 2011 via their website and Twitter. Then go on the cruise with us!

Upcoming shows

Mar 10- Bolivar, MO- SWB University
Mar 11- Saint Louis, MO- The Library
Mar 13- Mansfield, OH
April 22- Tahlequah, Ok- Northeastern State University
April 23- Norman, OK- The Brewhouse
May 14- Kansas City, MO- Worlds of Fun
May 15- Tulsa, OK- May Fest

More dates and information on!


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