Expression through music
by Justin Goldman
I write for, play in, sing for, and manage, a local Nashville rock band.
We're called Crack Mammoth.
I have a hard time standing for more than a few hours, but this is the thing that gives my soul any relief. We've even amassed a pretty decent following. We had a song in an embarrassingly bad microphone commercial... and I'm starting to think if I can keep things moving in the right direction, my bandmates and I might be able to modestly support ourselves with this.
We've had very little press coverage so far but we put a lot of effort into promoting our shows. We're booking now for Summer/Fall and we've got exciting press kits to send out to hopefully draw more local music news outlets to our shows.
We've got a ton of pictures and can format things like that however you'd like.
I'd also certainly be eager to talk with you about anything. It's extremely important for me to help people with MS or any disabilities understand that it's still possible to live your dreams.
You can learn most of the basic things from our website.
The bandcamp player that follows the page around will give you a free download of our first EP.
Thanks for everything you're doing here,
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Cir & Akrista
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