This is a picture taken by a person we met on tour and now our good friend in Whiting, Indiana: Emily Bailey. Emily not only let us crash at her place for 2 and a half days because of a snow storm, cooked us pancakes and pizza and went to two of our shows, BUT took a whole bunch of amazing pictures at our show in Chesterton, Indiana with Crosstown Collision. Shout out to Emily and her boyfriend Zack from Crosstown Collision for being a huge help on tour and we’ll never forget their hospitality.


You know that moment everyone waits for in their life? Where everything clicks into place to make perfect sense? My life clicked together when I became manager for 5 of my best friend’s.

I talk about it a lot, and I hope instead of seeming repetitive..that I seem passionate. I’ve never believed in anything more in my life. Crosstown Collision’s cd release show is tomorrow, and its a hometown throw down. I’m sooo EXCITED!

These are 5 of the most genuinely real guys I have ever met. So lucky to have grown up with them-friends since grade school! I hope that soon, they get the break they deserve, just so I can share them with the rest of the world.

I’m listening to the only copy of the unmastered cd right now. I have goosebumps, and tears in my eyes.

Ok, so I’m a complete vag, but I love my boys!! <3

ps- keep your eyes open for Crosstown Collisions debut album: From The Inside Out!!!

Help an unsigned band?

As anyone that has read my blog before knows…

I am manager for upcoming punk/ska band Crosstown Collision.

We have been working hard the last few months in a competition to win a record deal. It started with over 100 bands, and we have made it to the final 5!

So..obviously, we are now being “watched” by a record label. I’m doing my best to make them look as good as possible on all their networking sites.

Do me a solid ..and “like” their facebook page? I would appreciate the hell out of it. And it just might help a deserving band get one step closer to their dreams.

Their facebook link is kinda jacked, just search “crosstown collision”