I think you people should buy like 100 of these and give them to all your relations and what- nots. (Who-nots?)
Or, getting only 10 would be okay, too.
Or, I guess, just one, even.
You can order them HERE.
Or you can go see them at the Mesa, Arizona LDS Temple, Dec. 20 at 7 pm for a free concert.
What's that you say? How about I give away a CD for free?
Yeah, okay, I will.
So leave me a comment to enter. And if you link to this giveaway in your cozy corner of the internets, you are entered again! And if you buy one for somebody else, you are entered again! And if you leave me a comment telling me how I'm awesome, you are entered 10 more times!
No, scratch the last one. I already know I'm awesome. Sometimes. (Not so much today, though, when I've been cleaning my house ALL THE WHOLE DAY LONG, and I think I forgot to brush my hair. And maybe my teeth. But my house is pretty awesome. You should come over.)
And since I'm going to be out of town, then very busy with COLDPLAY and then the turkey, let's let this CD thing go until Monday, December 1, shall we? About 10ish am?
Okay! See you then!
P.S. Joe and I were in a fake band together for like two weeks in 1995. We played a sweet gig in my living room at the Riv*.
Okay fine, it wasn't a gig. It was a practice. In case we had a gig. But we didn't.
I think our fake band broke up because the other band members figured out I knew only 4 chords on my guitar. Or maybe because the songs I wrote with my four chords were so depressing it made them cry.
I'm lying again.
I'm the only one who cried.
Those songs were fantastic. I should record them like Joe and his boys did. But then I'd have to give all the copies away for free, because who wants to pay for only 4 chords?
I think the Christmas songs are better.
* The Riv (The Riviera) is a seedy apartment complex in Provo, quite near to the BYU. Not for even a moment of the 2.5 years I lived there did I ever feel like I was on a tropical vacation.
You should leave me comment now.