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Everything you wanted to know about the Dayton music scene and more but were afraid to ask

Via Carlet Wellenst
Vilma Gamage's insight:

We had a really successful radio and press campaign, toured around the US and Canada in support of it, met countless new friends and saw countless old friends as well. It’s a little crazy that it’s basically my job to go on vacation and collect crazy experiences.

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Carlet Wellenst's curator insight, September 3, 2013 6:33 AM

For instance, we had our good friend Andrea along for a couple of months of tour, selling merch and keeping us company. And it just so happened that at just about every single truck stop and gas station and restaurant we stopped at-which amounts to several times a day-Andrea, while a perfectly normal and non-insane person, had what was always the MOST INSANE PERSON IN THE UNIVERSE come up to her and start a conversation.

Lorale Tackery's curator insight, September 3, 2013 6:45 AM

We had a really successful radio and press campaign, toured around the US and Canada in support of it, met countless new friends and saw countless old friends as well. It’s a little crazy that it’s basically my job to go on vacation and collect crazy experiences.

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The Buddha Den | buddha den | Scoop.it
Everything you wanted to know about the Dayton music scene and more but were afraid to ask
Vilma Gamage's insight:

New album, new agent, new drummer, two music videos, and about 22,000 miles worth of touring on top of it all. There are too many moments to even begin to say which one represents my favorite, but I think the ones that I’ll always remember are the sort of eye-of-the-hurricaine moments.

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Carlet Wellenst's curator insight, September 3, 2013 6:46 AM

I guess the only thing to say is despite being from Cincinnati, it feels like our two cities are expanding to the point where they join in the middle - right around the Trader’s World exit, as if that flea market is the light on the end of God’s finger in the famous Sistine Chapel mural.

Carlet Wellenst's curator insight, September 3, 2013 6:47 AM

I guess the only thing to say is despite being from Cincinnati, it feels like our two cities are expanding to the point where they join in the middle - right around the Trader’s World exit, as if that flea market is the light on the end of God’s finger in the famous Sistine Chapel mural.