Dear friends & fans,
Jeremy Wilson of the Dharma Bums started The Jeremy Wilson Foundation to assist musicians and artists in medical crisis. He wrote me personally in the hopes that I could reach some people before the end of this year. Not only is this a great organization to donate to but they have a very special offer right now that’s about to expire.
Thanks for reading and any contribution is much appreciated.
Happy New Year,
From Jeremy Wilson:
This year our 501(c)3 musicians’ health and services organization has taken part in the Willamette Weeks GiveGuide campaign. Monqui presents is our partner in the campaign. Not only have they made a $5000.00 cash donation to the JWF GiveGuide campaign, but they are also offering a 4 Person VIP Package to ALL Edgefield concerts (16 to 20 shows!) for 2014 if someone or some company makes a minimum of $6000.00 donation to the JWF through GiveGuide this year at http://bit.ly/1bZjoRQ before midnight December 31st – Tuesday (the VIP package is valued at $12,000.00) The VIP package includes – private covered seating area at Edgefield, all food and drinks supplied and private facilities too. Monqui does not make this available to the general public and mostly supplies the VIP area for their biggest concert sponsors. You can use the tickets for yourself, friends or as gifts to your business partners as well.
I hope you will consider this wonderful opportunity and make a donation today if you can; or let someone know that might be interested. We also are accepting ANY SIZE DONATION Please help us spread the word. Thanks for your time! And also, thanks for all the great things you do for this crazy world!! You bring much happiness!
Hope you are well and that we see each other soon. Happy New Years!
PS – FYI. The JWF gave out $100,000.00 in assistance this year to musicians in medical emergency. 3x as much as the year before!
Donate HERE before midnight December 31st.
Well Merry Christmas everyone. Wow this has been an epic month and I’d just like to wrap it up with a picture of my mom’s apple pie. It’s really just about perfect. I’ve saved myself a slice and will be sticking it in the toaster oven tomorrow morning while my coffee is brewing. That may end up being the best part yet and ya know, it really is the most wonderful time of the year.
Poster from last weekend’s Crystal Ballroom bash is now for sale in our webstore. Quality screenprinting and nice paper and all that junk. They ship in those tubes, you know the ones that are fun to play swordfight with? Why not pick up a dozen? Just $25.
Ho ho ho!
The day is here, and we couldn’t be more excited. Live From The Odditorium is a go. Tune in to stageit.com/TheDandyWarhols today at 12noon, 3pm, and 11pm PST (that’s GMT/UTC-8) and hang out with the Dandys and hear some songs and share in some holiday cheer. Catch one, two, or all three shows. We won’t mind.
See you on the web.
The next few days you will see a lot of activity from The Dandy Warhols. Let us recap.
Tomorrow night – 12/14 – Live Film Score at the Mission Theater.
Le Ballet Mécanique (1924)
The Very Eye Of Night (1958)
No. 11 Mirror Animations (1956)
Un Chien Andalou (1929)
Just a handful of tickets left ($15/21+): bit.ly/TDW1214tix2
Sunday night – 12/15 – Rock! Holiday Birthday Party at Crystal Ballroom with Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Modern Kin, Bloco Alegria and after party with DJ Rescue (Zia). Tickets are $20: bit.ly/TDW1215tix
(The Dandy Warhols, Crystal Ballroom, and Jesus all politely decline any birthday gifts at their birthday party holiday slash rock show this Sunday (12/15) in Portland, but would appreciate an unwrapped toy (or cash donations) brought to our merchandise table to be donated to Doernbecher Children’s Hospital on their behalf.)
Tuesday: 12/17 – Live and Direct from The Odditorium – Acoustic Review at 12pm, 3pm, and 11pm PST (UTC-8). Catch one, two or all three. No two performances are ever the same with us so don’t miss out. stageit.com/TheDandyWarhols.
We’ll be seeing you.