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The Social Event of the Year ... Season ... Week!

By: Darrin Snider (darrin at indyintune dot com)
Thursday, April 2, 2009 7:30:00 AM

  

A few local musicians (all former guests of Indy In-Tune) have expressed a desire to set up sort of a once-a-month, strictly informal "Social Gathering" for Indy-area musicians. As someone who seems to be a common link between multiple branches of the local music tree, and who runs a website that is central ground for a lot of you, I've offered my services to help organize that initiative (and perform introductions where necessary).

This is a completely open, informal event, so please pass this invitation along to your fellow band mates, musician friends, and anyone else you know who may be interested.

What:Musician's Night Out
When:Tuesday, April 28th, 2009 7:00PM
Where:Coaches Tavern (28 South Pennsylvania, Indy) Map/Directions
Who:Musicians, friends, and associates -- live/session, active/inactive, original/cover, veteran/newbie, any genre or tier.
Why:
  • Meet, network with, and get to know other bands, players, and personalities in the region
  • Talk about cross promoting, helping out, collaborating, organizing, forwarding the local music scene, or any good books that have come out lately.
  • Swap stories/music/marketing materials/gigs/ideas/jokes
  • Because it will be fun and there's nothing good on television that night anyway!

We picked Coaches because it was centrally located, not particularly crowded on a Tuesday, and specifically not a live music venue.  However, it is a modest-sized bar.  If you plan to attend, please RSVP here -- that way we can call ahead or move to a larger venue if it looks like we're going to have a crowd.



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