Corn Festival Articles
Here's an article from the Windsor Star discussing the festival and Saturday night's concert. The article states at 9,000 people were in attendance Saturday night.
Here's another Corn Fest article from the Windsorite.
Tecumseh Setlist; Best Wishes; Update
Here's the setlist from last night's show in Tecumseh at the Corn Festival:
Is Anybody Home?
Thief (Dedicated to Jack Layton)
One Man Army
Somewhere Out There
All You Did Was Save My Life/Life
Thanks to DudeLove721 for helping with the setlist!
Side note: 4 AM also featured our very own Jonathon Hooper (Long Jonny) and his nephew Nathan on vocals for part of the song. Congratulations Jonny!
Last night's show also marked tech Ryan Grant's final night on tour with the band. Ryan has been with the band since the HIPT tours, and has always been a friendly face to all the fans. All of us at the CM wish Ryan the very best, and hope to see him somewhere down the road again.
The band is now off to LA to finish recording album 8. While in LA, they will be playing a show at the Viper Room. However, their main goal is to complete recording tracks for the album. More information as it becomes available!
Tecumseh, Formspring, and Vipers!
OLP returns to the stage this Saturday at the Tecumseh Corn Festival, in Tecumseh, ON. Concert begins at 6:30 with local bands, and OLP takes the stage at 9:30PM. The concert is being held at Lacasse Park in Tecumseh (590 Lacasse Blvd.), and admission is only $5.
Raine has answered some new questions on OLP's Formspring page. Head over to check out the questions and answers.
OLP returns to Los Angeles on September 11 to play a special show at the famous Viper Room. Tickets are limited and on sale now. Tickets can be purchased here.
State of Shock album
Here's an article from Alternative Addiction discussing State of Shock's new album due out for release in Canada in September. The article briefly discusses Raine's involvement with the album and the songwriting process. Check out the article here.
Raine solo album update
While November 29 still appears to be the release date for the album tentatively titled "We All Get Lighter", the second solo album by Raine Maida, Raine posted this tonight on his Twitter account:
"...i have 14 songs recorded for my solo record. trying to decide how/where/when to begin releasing. its killing me..."
Source: @MrRaineMaida on Twitter
Interview with Raine
Swing by OLP's Formspring page for new Q&A with the band.
Here's another video clip from the album 8 recording sessions on OLP's YouTube channel:
Jeremy Taggart Interview
Jeremy answers 10 questions about social media. Read it here.
Source: OLP Twitter (@ourladypeace)