|2007 (Nov. - Dec.)
(most recent post appears at the top of the list)
Nov. 22: Featured in ArtSceneNJ
The holiday edition of ArtSceneNJ included an article about Remember Me: New, Original Folk Music for the American Soldier. Writer Tom Wilk interviewed Dom a couple of weekes earlier for the planned feature for this monthly arts periodical. The edition dated for Nov. 22 is a double issue for both the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday seasons.
Learn more about this publication at www.ArtSceneNJ.com.
Nov. 12: EP on 3 broadcasts; donations made
Dom's new EP is making the rounds of radio and charitable causes. In the past 10 days, songs from Remember Me: New, Original Folk Music for the American Soldier have been featured on two broadcasts, and copies of the factory-pressed CDs have been dontaed to two organizations. Dom taped an interview for a third radio program tonight.
-- Veterans' Appreciation Day: Copies of the CD were distributed to invited veterans along with certificates of appreciation at the Millville (N.J.) Army Air Field Museum's annual appreciation day on Saturday, Nov. 3. More copies were donated to the museum's gift shop, where all proceeds from sales will go to help the museum, which is a non-profit entity.
-- Care Packages: Sage Moore of Delaware Soldiers' Angels began shipping care packages containing copies of the CD to active-duty troops on Monday, Nov. 5. Four hundred CDs were donated to Soldiers' Angels.
-- BlogTalkRadio: Dom made a 90-minute appearance on the webcast talk show "The Jim Santora Show" on Wednesday, Nov. 7. The episode is available for streaming listening and downloading at its home page: www.blogtalkradio.com/jukebox15
-- "Hometown Heroes": The Veterans Day edition of WSTW's independent music program featured "When I Get Back" after DJ Mark Rogers signed on Sunday night. Visit the show's page and download the "9:00-9:30pm" podcast chunk from the Nov. 11 show.
-- "Down Jersey" upcoming: Dom spent tonight at WSNJ studios in Bridgeton, N.J., taping a show to be broadcast Wednesday, Nov. 14. Tune in to 1240 or 1440 AM in southern New Jersey or hear the show in live streaming audio at www.WSNJam.com. The show, hosted by Jim Albertson, airs from 7:30 to 9 p.m. All five songs from the new EP are in the final half hour, and Jim spoke to Dom a couple of times during the prior hour.
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