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What's Going On
Sat, June 03 2006 - 11:58 AM
by Nathan
Hi everyone, and apologies for the long drought in communication. It's not because we don't love you. It's because of - well - lots of stuff.

First and foremost I ask that you all kiss the feet of the great Adrian, who in addition to being the RC archivist is now also our webmaster. He does this purely out of love (well, mostly out of love, the rest because our participation in the old site just sucked so bad it pained him), so please repay him mightily. He is entirely deserving. Thanks Ad.

I promised him if he did this I would write you more stuff and more often. So here's what is going on in our world...

Joti is almost done with his PhD. From an outsider's perspective this thing has been caught in the Rockwell Time Warp for a few years, but the truth is he's worked really hard and is now basically one of the world's experts on bluegrass music. I know that because he had long hair forever most of you couldn't see his red neck, but this soon-to-be accomplishment is living proof of his red neckness for you doubters out there. (Not that there's anything wrong with that. And who the hell am I to talk? My grandmother was from Mississippi.) Joti is in Brooklyn now, spending a lot of his time writing. He's going to be a professor at some point here in the next 18 months or so, it is just a question of where. He'll see what pops up in the coming months...

Me. What to say. I've been trying to be a good Dad. Totally in love with my daughter. And we have another one on the way in a week. So Joti and my dream of a female drummer to add to the band is probably only about ten years away.

I've been trying to fix the music industry from the inside. Putting that MBA to good work. Kind of like when Neo just jumps inside of Agent Smith and makes him explode. But not as cool. Not that this comes as a suprise to any of you, but the industry's a mess. There is reason to hope, though. Power really is shifting to the artists. The only problem is that most of them (us) don't know what to do with it. The entrepreneurial ones will survive. The rest probably won't, unless they surround themselves with a good team. And THAT is the fundamental problem with the music industry; there just aren't a lot of good people in it. And by good I mean both smart, resourceful, skilled, creative, etc. AND non-evil. Hunter S. Thompson once wrote, "The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There's also a negative side." Well, by all accounts he was a lunatic, but he was right. I think rockstars are dead. 40 million people tune in to see the finale of American Idol but only about 200,000 will pay to see the winner live. Think about who is playing arenas and stadiums today - Madonna, U2, Rolling Stones, CSNY, etc. - all cool but all old like shit. Who is the band under 40 that's going to carry the torch? It's country and that's it. Yikes. I have this burning little theory that we're at the precipice of a new era of music...that rock and roll really is dying as a modern art form, just like jazz, classical, etc. all had their day (Joti will probably follow this posting with a blistering rebuttal because he knows way too much about this stuff, but whatever). How many times can we string the same chords together and make a listener think it sounds new? It's less about listening to music than it is about watching it on TV. I think we're waiting for the next revolution, and I think it is around the corner.

So what have I been doing about it from a creative standpoint? I've been ignoring the Muse. She's been sitting there, across the auditorium, while everybody else is dancing, just waiting for me to ask her. I can feel her looking at me. She's pissed. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. I almost have full fingerprints again on my left hand for the first time since I was 16. Not quite. But it's close.

Here's the thing: I'm listening to music again. It always took falling in love with a record to get me writing my own crap. That's what happened with Superego. I've always been enthralled with Shannon Worrell. And she put out a record called The Moviegoer. It consumed me for two weeks while I sat up at the house on the lake in New Hampshire and wrote, and wrote, and wrote. Hello "Neverending Battle". Hello "I Know You Forget Me Everyday". Hello "Talk So Heavy". Thanks Shannon. She lives in my town now, I see her on the mall every now and then. I am too chicken poo to say hi. She sang on our first record, on "Those Eyes". I had a massive crush on her when I was 18. She once called me her prince, in a very "here's a pat on the head, little boy, now go back to the kiddie pool" kind of way. She definitely doesn't remember. Alas.

But the point is, I am scrounging. Looking for albums to love. Looking for the right mood music to put on, so I can pull my head out of my grundle, walk across the wood floor, and ask that little fairy girl to tango. Because my pockets are full of stuff to say, I just need the Muse. Let's see if I get the nerve up to ask her out before the next show.

So keep your fingers crossed for baby girl #2. And now that we have the new site, email us. Ask us questions. We'll do a big mailbag response. Whatever you want. Boston people, I know we've let you down. Not forever. Just for now. It's the mid-Atlantic for the moment. Not because we don't love you. It's because of - well - lots of stuff.

See you soon.

New Show in July!!
Fri, June 02 2006 - 4:16 PM
by AD
RC will be playing Jammin' Java in Vienna, VA on July 21st! More info can be found on the tourdates page. You can purchase tickets on the Jammin Java Website.

For more info on the new site, check out my previous post on the news page.
Being divided in two...
Thu, June 01 2006 - 1:04 PM
by AD
In the bigest merger since Time/Warner, rockwellchurch.com and .org have merged! All the content from both sites is now found at one convienent internet location. For more info, read the full news entry on the news page.

Nathan and Joti asked me to make rockwellchurch.org the official site; how could I say no? All the content from the official site and the fan site are now found here. Here's a list of some updates:

- The offical store has been integrated.

- New home page for easier navigation.

- 'From the Band' and Media from the offical site can now be found in the Misc section. Future posts from the band will go into the News or Guestbook.

- The same downloadable studio Mp3s that were on the official site can now be found in the sounds and discography section.

- The offical guestbook has been transfered. We enjoy hearing from you! So keep the posts coming. I will try my best to keep it spam-bot free.

- We now have a forum for RC fans to connect. I didn't transfer the rc.org forum, so you will have to register again here.

- All the pictures from the official site have been added to the picture gallery.

- We will hopefully have a new mailing list runing soon, so make sure you sign up for that baby once it is up.

- Added a link to RC on myspace. We would love it if you'd add us and help us spread our music.

- All the pics, tabs, lyrics, press, setlists, shn info, live mp3s, past dates, etc from rockwellchurch.org are still around.

We hope you enjoy the new look.

Nathan and Joti are both really busy, but rest assured that if there is any RC news, you, the fans, will be the first to know.
Mon, February 06 2006 - 6:24 PM
by AD
- rockwellchurch.org v3.0 is now live and pimping it. Forgive me for not updating the old version in a long while, I was busy working on this one. More info on what's changed on the news page.

- if this is your first visit, or you just can't seem to remember what this site used to look like, you can view a cap of the first two versions: v1.0, v2.0

- so what's new? pretty much every page has been updated with new content and/or new navigation, so have a look around.

- the forum is back, and this time, for good.

- the sounds section now actually has sounds. crazy.

- most of the links/pictures in the old news posts are gone for good, but soon those won't be on the front page anymore.

- www.dougderryberry.com also just got an all new look, so be sure to check that out too.
joti's holiday show info / torrent file is no more...
Tue, December 06 2005 - 8:00 PM
by AD
- the details for joti's christmas shows are up on the official site!! Dec 18th in NYC and Dec 23rd in DC.

- i took the torrent file down for the most recent show a while ago, i know some of you got to download it. if you didn't get a chance, you can e-mail me and i will do a b&p, but probably not till after the holidays. me's hella busy.

- happy holidays to all as always, and remember, Rockwell Church CD's make excellent stocking stuffers! help spread the RC love.
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