*PLEASE SEE update below. 6/8/2020
Bands know what it’s like to be on the physical road, traveling from city to city for shows. With many cities canceling live music events, musicians are now traveling a different kind of road.
This one’s on the Internet, and numerous sites are featuring live music as nightclubs and other venues remain closed. On Tuesday, June 9, The Crazy Daysies Rebecca Day and Jennifer Day Thompson will do tunes with Wes Goode on the popular program Storytellers.
This is a special edition of ‘Live from Ja’Ville’ on this day and in this time slot; regular shows will continue on Thursdays except for June 11.
Storytellers is produced by GetAMPED magazine. The community of supporters for this magazine tops 36,000, and a visit to past Storytellers shows reveals there’s a good reason for that level of support. The show features different styles and genres, but all the musicians have one thing in common—an uncommon amount of talent.
The Daysies invite supporters to tune in and also friends in their private group The Daysie Chain where ‘Chaniacs’ gather to discuss whatever comes to mind and get the lowdown on insider news related to the band.
Join The Crazy Daysies Jennifer (vocals and viola) and Rebecca (vocals and guitar) with Wes (lead guitar and vocals) in their first trio show since the Coronavirus shutdown as they perform on Facebook Live for Storytellers at GetAMPED Magazine. The show is set for Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at 8 p.m. The band will do new and favorite originals and covers, and they’ll also do merchandise giveaways.
Learn more about Storytellers at GetAMPED Magazine where talents like Billy Buchanan and many others from Florida and beyond have been featured. The shutdown has been a great challenge for working musicians, but they’re keeping the music going with support from sites like GetAMPED. The band is traveling a different road these days.
*Please note it was necessary to cancel the June 9 show with GetAMPED. Stay tuned for new performance dates as the girls try to juggle many different reschedules in tandem with a personal family situation requiring their attention.
(Kay B. Day/May 29, 2020)
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