We’ve been a wee bit quiet this week but rest assured that we have some big suprises in “store” for the weekend and a curve ball for y’all. Hope everyone is doing well and looking forward to the holiday season. There’s a bunch of people in the David Unger camp that love this time of year because it meens good food, good folks, and cold weather.
*The cold weather inspires us to stay inside and focus on writing music, because it keeps us warm.
** OH YEAH, AND GO VOTE FOR ROY!!! IT WOULD BE RIGHTEOUS IF HE PLAYS NOT SO SILENT NIGHT!
– David Unger
Hey peeps, my buddy Roy Two Thousand is in the top 15 to open up for Muse in the Bay Area’s “Not So Silent Night”. So….. Lets all band together and support him by voting here: LIVE105_VOTE_4_ROY_2_THOUSAND
Sorry we’ve been a little slow about the posts this week, David was a little under the weather but we did manage to get some of the video for Don’t Close Your Eyes in the can for the Asia release. We are still in good standing on the charts and next week looks to be very promising, OUR PLAYS ARE UP PEOPLE! For those of who pick up a copy of New Music Weekly magazine be sure to chech out the ad-ver-tis-ment for David Unger Music. We hear its pretty sweet but we have yet to track a copy of this fine publication down.
And for all you eager beavers out there who are chompin at the bit for the store to be up Donbon says the art work is going to be done Friday; so as soon as we have our production meeting (on Friday) we will post an exact opening date.
Next month we resume writing new material for the next record and live shows are going to be slated for January, so make your new years resolution to rock out with DUM! We’ll keep ya posted.
– David Unger Music
CRAZY! Just drove all the way to LA to tie up some business for the video. Thank goodness we have smart friends who are always down to help us out. SEAN YOU ROCK! More info later…need to work. ; )
– David Unger
Hot off the presses from the DUM camp! Currently we are getting everything setup to shoot a music video…in HD! It’s pretty amazing how far along technology has come in the past few years. It’s not just bands who are major labels and have squillions of dollars to spend that can shoot a High Def piece of rock history. (And for those of you who haven’t been paying attention DUM = David Unger Music)
Hugs and Kisses,