For those of you who missed Blues Traveler's set at Lollapalooza last
month - maybe you were stuck in a port-a-john while the band was playing,
or couldn't get the live stream to work on your computer - there is now a
solution. Blues Traveler and their management company have teamed up to
sell the full set via iTunes
for the low, low price of $5.99. Click on the link above for more
information (it'll redirect you to the iTunes music store). If you're
looking for the band's pre-Lolla show at the House of Blues, that's
available on the Live Music
Archive. Speaking of which, the band recently cracked 400 different
shows to download on archive.org, so if you haven't stopped by recently,
you've missed quite a bit!
Gina passes along a few notes from the home office in NYC. A
recent Billboard article online offhandedly mentioned that John Popper and
his brother had been involved in a head-on car collision over the weekend.
Gina wanted to assure everyone that John and his brother are okay -
seatbelts and airbags saved their lives, and they are at home, resting
comfortably, if a bit sore. She also noted that there are a few errors in
the liner notes for the John Popper Project's album, and is directing fans
to a letter from John recently posted to the official site. Read on
for an amusing note from John as well as a sneak peek into the JPP lyrics.
Finally, Gina sez that if you're interested in joining the street team for
the John Popper Project, contact Adam at Hardhead Management via email at
firstname.lastname@example.org to get
a package of posters, handbills and other promotional stuff with which to
plaster your multi-state area.