Welcome, Ethryllites to this, our first newsletter of hopefully many!
Rather than send you lots of individual emails we thought a simple newsletter every so often would be the best way of going, but of course we would love to hear your feedback – you can chat to us in our forums or on our facebook page or even on twitter
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January was a busy month, comparatively speaking for Ethryll – with two gigs, one at West Street Live and one (a private birthday booking) at The Burton Street Project in Sheffield. Both were very successful, and in particular, the Burton Street Gig which was the first test for our own new PA and lights.
So what’s new?
If you haven’t seen, Kris has been very busy with the image of the band – both on the website with a total redesign of our online home, and with a new redesign of the logo. I think you’ll agree that the website looks absolutely great! We also have forums and a lot more content than the previous sites. You can join the website as a member and then you can contribute to discussions, comment on posts and interact in many more ways.
We now have a booking and diary system up and running – so if you’re thinking of booking us for a function, party or event you can check our availability.
We also have a small lighting setup and PA system. It’s only small but from little acorns…
Finally, we have some rather nice band photos – and a full band publicity photo. Feel free to use these in any publicity material regarding Ethryll. We have larger sizes of all of these available on request – just email us if you need them.
We also now have a few more gigs in our books, plus a couple we’re currently hammering down final details on. These are confirmed:
Thursday 17th March – Acoustic Thursdays at High Melton College
Wednesday 13th April – Akoustica at West Street Live
But for now; fondest regards
Hannah, Jackie, Kris & Martin