Hello FBR fans who have not lost hope. This is the creator of this blog logging on for the first time in who knows how long.
I’ve remembered this blog and I think it’s a shame it’s sitting inactive with 1,000 followers (I’m sure most of these aren’t active anymore either but still) so I’d like to (for the millionth time it seems) offer it to someone who would enjoy updating it.
If no one steps forward I think it’s safe to say it’s time to put a rest to this blog but I feel confident there are still people who would like it.
I’d also like to shamelessly plug something that I’ve been up to lately, only because I think you’ll like it. I write for a free online music magazine which is doing great things. We’ve featured A Rocket To The Moon, The Ready Set, William Beckett and others like Lights, The Maine and Craig Owens on the cover and I’d appreciate it if you checked us out for free and helped us get to 3,000 likes on facebook.
So to summarize:
1. If you want to take over this blog and actually have time and don’t think you’ll give up after a month message this blog!
2. If you’d like to help some cool music fans out check out highlight ;)
Thanks guys. I hope you’re enjoying the new Fall Out Boy record.
Seriously if no one takes over this blog, once the queue runs out it’s just not going to be active. Just message me if you want to take over this blog.
I’m busy and have other commitments and it’s getting difficult to keep this blog running. I’m looking for someone to completely take over and take responsibility with this blog. You could get other people to help you, change the way it’s run, whatever you want! I just want someone who really wants to do it and has the time and will keep it active. If you would like to take over this blog email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name (just first is fine), your tumblr, and why you want to run this blog or ideas you have for changing it or experience you have or literally anything that will convince me you will do a good job!
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A Rocket To The Moon: In The Studio
Check out these photos of A Rocket To The Moon in the studio in Nashville working on their new album for Fueled By Ramen.
photos by Eric Ryan Anderson