|Update from SGD
Hello everybody! We hope that you’ve been doing well. Things have been crazy busy around here and some awesome things are happening soon. Special thanks to all those who voted for us in the Goo Goo Dolls contest. We made the final round and now the judges and Goo Goo Dolls will decide the winner Nov 15th. Between playing tons of shows we’ve recently had a photo shoot, video shoot, and are working hard on new music to be released soon! Read more details of our latest happenings with pics and video in our journal on www.starsgodim.com. We will be releasing a new single called “Like I Mean It” along with a music video before the end of the year. Date to be announced soon. We are really excited for you all to hear it. Hope you all have a great week. We are off to Miami this weekend to board a music cruise going to the Bahamas. Yes, somebody has to do it. lol. -Michael, Chris, and Joey
SGD on Parking Wars!
Listen for Stars Go Dim’s “Catch Me If You Can” on the next episode of A&E’s Parking Wars this Tuesday, Nov 9th at 10ET/9C. Set your DVR! View their website HERE!
SGD on KHITS Jingle Ball!
What does Mike Posner, Natasha Bedingfield, Hanson, Far East Movement, and Stars Go Dim all have in common? They are all playing the 106.9 KHITS Jingle Ball in Tulsa, OK on December 18th, 2010! Get your tickets now HERE!
SGD and The Spin Doctors!
Stars Go Dim’s first appearance in Flordia will be at the Miami Music Festival Nov 12th directly supporting The Spin Doctors! Remember their huge 90’s hits “Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong” and “Two Princes”? That album sold over 10 Million records world-wide. We are super excited to be playing with them and in Miami, FL no less.
Bayfront Park w/The Spin Doctors
Oklahoma State University
Live Web Concert
KHITS Jingle Ball w/Posner, Bedingfield, Hanson
Red Letter Rock Festival w/POD & The Almost
For more information and dates visit www.starsgodim.com.
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