We are super-excited to host your concert at The Old Rock House, and chances are you are super-excited to be playing here. Imagine how super-DUPER-excited the public will be when they find out about your concert. Following are some links and tips to help you get the word out about your concert:
email@example.com – KDHX 88.1 FM is a non-commercial, listener supported community radio station offering a full spectrum of music along with cultural and public affairs programming. KDHX is a 42,000 watt stereo station broadcasting 24 hours a day, seven days a week, within an 80-mile radius of Saint Louis, Missouri, USA.
KMWU 90.7 (NPR Affiliate – Public Radio)
Jennifer Porter – Events
Mike Wall– Program Administrator Lindenwood University’s KCLC – FM is a state-of-the-art, student-run, 35,500-watt, digitally mastered FM radio station that plays a great selection of music 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Brent Rubin– General Manager KWUR 90.3 FM is Washington University’s student run radio station, broadcasting 24 hours a day upon the surrounding community. KWUR DJs spin a wide variety of musical programming and broadcast news, public information, and Washington University sporting events.
Keith Robinson – Station Manager The U is a non-commercial student-run radio station that strives to offer unique programming while providing a service that is both educational and entertaining to the University of Missouri-Saint Louis community.
Internet radio station for St. Louis University. Email
WLCA (89.9 College Radio’s Best – Lewis & Clark)
KCFV (89.5 the Wave – St. Louis Community College)
Tim Gorry – Station Manager
The Riverfront Times
St. Louis Post Dispatch/ StlToday.com
Kevin Johnson– Music Editor/ The Blender blog
BLOGGERS & SCENESTERS
Members of local St. Louis bands are invited to attend any concert at the Old Rock House as our guest. The process is pretty simple. If there is a show you would like to come to, simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org a minimum of seven days prior to the concert. Include a link to your band’s website, Facebook, or Myspace page and we will put you on the guest list for that show. What do we hope to get in return? Not much, really. We hope that when you speak of us, you will speak well. We hope you would consider mentioning the concert you will be attending on your personal and/or band Facebook page. But mostly, we just hope this makes it a little easier for all of you to continue to grow the vibrant music scene that St. Louis is currently enjoying.