Idobi Radio and My Body Sings Electric announce new show ‘The Awful Truth’

By on February 17, 2014

My Body Sings Electric

idobi Radio and My Body Sings Electric are thrilled to announce the band’s new show, The Awful Truth, has been officially added to the idobi Radio network. The first show will broadcast on February 25th and air every Tuesday at 8PM EST on idobi Radio.

 

Hosted by indie rock band My Body Sings Electric, the show gives an honest look at life as a breaking band in the modern music industry. Get to know your five new best friends and their lives beyond the stage.

 

Joining the band will be a variety of bands, booking agents, musicians, talent buyers, label owners and close friends for conversations on everything from the music industry and pop culture to news and politics.

 

Listeners are encouraged to join the conversation. The Awful Truth is searching for bands, musicians, label owners, artist managers, tour managers A&R representatives and more to feature on the show. Email My Body Sings Electric at mybodysingselectric@gmail.com with questions on life, relationships, problems or even advice on making a name in the music business.

 

Jason, Brandon, Nick, Jeff and Ben will make you laugh, smile, worried and even offended with a no-holds-barred view of life backstage, in the practice room and in the van.

For more information, please visit:

http://idobi.com/radio/

http://mybodysingselectric.com

 

Write To The Show: Email us at mybodysingselectric@gmail.com with questions on your own life, relationships, problems or even advice on making a name in the music business.

 

Be On The Show: Email mybodysingselectric@gmail.com if you’re a band, musician, talent buyer, label owner, artist manager, touring manager, A&R representative or anything else related to the industry.

About idobi Radio

idobi Radio (idobi.com) is the #1 alternative internet radio station in the world, providing a curated music experience focused on new music and artists. The station’s original programs include Man of the Hour, Full Frontal, The Gunz Show, and more. idobi Radio reaches a worldwide audience of over 4.8 million tune-ins every month, making it one of the most listened to online broadcasters around the globe, as certified by Triton Digital. The station’s average Time Spent Listening (TSL) far surpasses corporate giants like Clear Channel and personalized streaming services like Pandora in listener engagement-all while remaining an independent company. idobi Radio, “New Music. Unfiltered.”

About My Body Sings Electric:

Composed of vocalist Brandon Whalen, bassist & back up vocalist Jason Bower, guitarist Nick Crawford, guitarist Jeff Fedel and drummer Ben Scarboro, My Body Sings Electric’s music resonates with a sense of playfulness and lust for life. When you meet them in person, it’s easy to see why. Call their music indie. Call it pop. Call it what you will, but when you connect with this band of lovable misfits, you’ll feel as if you just met your five new best friends.

 

The band’s new album, “Part 1: The Night Ends” was released in 2014, following a list of impressive dates including KTCL’s Not So Silent Night with Young The Giant, Group Love, and Bastille.

In 2014, the band expects to add to their growing list of highlights after signing a booking deal with APA Literary and Talent Agency. They’ve already built and impressive list of gigs including slots on main stage at Westword Music Festival, SXSW 2012 and 2013, and dates with The Flobots, 3OH!3, Bayside, Cute Is What We Aim For and The Chain Gang of 1974.

DaveHHM

Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.

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