Danger Alley signs record company contract with P.I. Records
I have been told by some that following my dream of getting signed was a waste of time. That the age of rock -n-roll was over. That I was too old to believe in that dream any longer. I was not able to sleep at all last night because my band was offed a record contract with Sony distribution. As soon as the band looks it over and makes our changes, we will be signed to a label after 40 years of dreaming. The label has suggested that we change the name of the band back From Lost Carnival to Danger Alley because it already has a pretty good following in Europe. Since that is where they will focus the most radio play, concerts and advertising, thats what we are going to do. Dont know where this will take us, but I know that we are going to give it our best shot. There is also no better group of musicians that I could have to make this amazing journey with. I am SOO thankful to Shane and Christina at P.I. Records for being able to see potential in me and the band, and giving us a shot. We wont let you down. The band will have a record contract signing party at Brewski's in Ogden on April 13th. We would LOVE to have everyone be there to help us celebrate. We are also headed back into the studio on March 17th to record our first album for the label. Now, LET'S ROCK!!!!!!