Tuesday, September 9, 2008

MidPoint Bands Hit TV Land

Three bands playing the MidPoint Festival this year, are hitting the big time, with appearances on national television.

Israel rock band, Flow, will be traveling nearly 6,000 miles, which will mark their first ever tour in the United States. They have been booked on the Late Show with David Letterman for Tuesday, September 23, just four days before they play MidPoint, and they're hoping to promote the festival during that broadcast. Catch Flow at the Cadillac Ranch at midnight on September 27.

Independence, KY's, Seabird, recently had their song "Rescue" picked to be the opening theme to ABC's new sitcom, Pushing Daises. Seabird is kicking off the MidPoint festival this year, with a free show, taking place September 25 on Fountain Square, from 6-8 pm.

Seymour, Indiana's, The Elms, were recently added to the lineup for this year's Farm Aid concert, which will be broadcasted for the first time on Direct TV's 101 Network. Catch The Elms at the Lodge Bar at 10:30 pm on September 25.

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