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RE: [vocalists-151] MOnday night meeting

From: Heather A.
Sent on: Friday, March 2, 2012 3:18 PM
This is like, way too good to be true.
 
They have recording equipment there too?
How about video?
 
What goes on in that place on Saturdays?
 
Is it possible to sign up for a slot? 
 
Who runs the recording equipment and what do you need
to bring to get a copy?
 
What is the cost for such things?
 
Thank you,
 
Heather
 

From: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [vocalists-151] MOnday night meeting
To: [address removed]
Date: Fri, 2 Mar[masked]:59:39 -0500

Hey Marshall, I'm Raul and I'll share a few things about the new facility. It's located at 2004 S Kostner,  Chicago, Il 60623. It was offered to "Collective" since John was out looking for a new site for monthly meetings. However, it is a whole lot more.  It was established by musicians for musicians. It is definitely a spot to check out if you're looking to rehearse, record, or have live performances. Call me anytime, for a tour 24/7 at (773)[masked] (This is for everyone, involved).


From: Marshall Hjertstedt <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Thursday, March 1,[masked]:50 PM
Subject: Re: [vocalists-151] MOnday night meeting

Interesting. I couldn't do last Monday. But Monday's aren't bad in general. But what is interesting is this venue you talked about. John didn't give us a description. I didn't know there was a stage. All I saw was a building in a bus yard. That had me confused. So what is this place? 

Marshall

And Dr Dave, I miss meeting with the north side folks like we did for a while at Nancy Emerich's. We really should find a place to do that again. LCFC meets in a more easterly northerly location these days. I made their second Sunday open mic last month for the first time in a long while. Nice people. 

On Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 9:54 AM, David Hartman <[address removed]> wrote:
I keep hoping for enthusiasm of this sort in Chicago's suburban north shore. . .good luck with the new setup guys!

drDave

I would love to, it's just so out of the way for me to go on a week night.
 
But that new set up looks great!
 
I'm jealous.
 
Heather
 




 
I'm confused.  I thought this was to be strictly songs composed by the attendee's.
 
No?
 

From: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [vocalists-151] MOnday night meeting
To: [address removed]
Date: Tue, 28 Feb[masked]:42:08 -0500

Hey everyone, what's up. I'm Raul, and John (El Presidente) has chosen to take us in a new and exciting direction as a whole in 2012. He has a new location for performance entertainers that want to feel the true environment of performing;a stage, lighting, mics, main stage, etc  If you're tired of not performing, then you'll be happy to partake in what this private facility has to offer. Five individuals attended the February meeting at the 2004 S Kostner, Chicago Il location.We had a drummer (Tony G), guitarist/bagpiper (John L), bassist (Henry G), pianist (Raul V), and vocalist (Clarance G). (For the record, all musicians sang, also) We played 'till 10 pm. It was CRAZY!!! The music went from Irish & Scottish traditional songs to Otis Redings, Johnny Cash, Sam Cooke, The Doors, Bill Whithers, Eddie Floyd, Hall & Oates, Malo, Santana, The Stylistics, Main Ingredient, Spinners, Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose, Blues Brothers, CRC; believe me when I say this was just the tip of the iceberg. John's new found facility was established by Henry Gardunio (businessman/published songwriter/musician) who's main objective is simple: create a professional forum where serious entertainers can meet, network, and perform. You owe it to yourself to check out John's new envision for the "Collective."  YOU'RE GONNA LOVE IT!!!   




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