[Dixielandjazz] How are your CD sales?

Mike Marois MikeMarois at HireLiveMusicians.com
Tue Feb 18 17:29:29 PST 2003


Only if you take your group to the hood!  In which case the second part of
the title would be the likely outcome of the adventure.

Still unemployed, but livin' large in Arkansas!
  -----Original Message-----
  From: dixielandjazz-bounces at ml.islandnet.com
[mailto:dixielandjazz-bounces at ml.islandnet.com]On Behalf Of Richard Broadie
  Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2003 3:56 PM
  To: DJML
  Subject: [Dixielandjazz] How are your CD sales?

  Hi DJMLers:  How are your CD sales?

  Cincinnati Enquirer states:
  A former crack dealer turned rapper whose debut CD shattered sales
  records last week performs tonight an Over-The -Rhine club that police
  have been trying to shut down because of violence.
  50 cent an Eminem protoge who brags that he has been shot nine times is a
  national smash. His "Get Rich Or Die Tryin'' sold more than 872,000
  copies in it's first four days of release.  Doors open at "The Next
  Level" 12th street club at 9;00 PM.  The club has a capacity of 1,250.
  Tickets are $35.00.  It is presently a little after 9:00 AM and according
  to the morning news a crowd is allready lining up outside the club.
  Police are increasing staffing expecting trouble.

  Palm Springs Desert Sun states:
  ...Dick Broadie's excellent jazz quartet played for a party of 60
enthalled fans.
  Joe Samperi's bass work was outstanding as was Loyd Herman's tenor sax
  and Val Carroll's tasty druming.   Dick played much Basie like piano on
  outing.  A very good night for jazz.  This group should record a CD...

  Think my group could sell 872,000 copies if we record "Get Rich Or Die

  Dreamin' in Palm Springs
  Dick Broadie
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