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Topic: "Vital" Steve Smith Information Webcast
Posted By: Dick Heath
Subject: "Vital" Steve Smith Information Webcast
Date Posted: October 19 2007 at 04:51

Steve Smith Announces
Vital Information Web Cast!

On Friday, November 9, at 9:00 p.m. PST, Steve and the band will broadcast their first-ever live Web cast! You can tune in on your computer for a full live show, plus band interviews and behind-the-scenes footage!

The cost is only $9.99. Plus, if you can't watch it live (or if you want to watch it again), the concert will be available for several months online!

Click http://www.emailbrain.com/sendlink.asp?HitID=1192765205000&StID=15764&SID=1&EmID=25790751&Link=http%3A%2F%2Fwatch.eq.tv%2Fstore%2FMobiusLive%2FSteveSmith - here to sign up. You will then receive an e-mail with login instructions.

Steve and the band hope you will take advantage of this great opportunity.

The Steve Smith Store is Up and Running!
New Vital Information CD and many of Steve's older CDs in stock!

Vitalization, the new album from Vital Information, is now available in the all-new Steve Smith store - and each copy has been personally signed by Steve!

 

In addition to Vitalization, the store offers CDs and DVDs from Steve's extensive catalog - even some very rare material!

Plus - you can have any product signed and personalized by Steve!

Click http://www.emailbrain.com/sendlink.asp?HitID=1192765205000&StID=15764&SID=1&EmID=25790751&Link=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.vitalinformation.com%2Fstore.htm - here to have a look at Steve's new store. And, for a limited time, get 10% off on your order when you purchase two or more items.

- The Steve Smith News Team

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Replies:
Posted By: Jared
Date Posted: October 21 2007 at 13:06
^^^ forgive my ignorance, but is this Steve Smith from 'Journey'??
 
(as in 'Steve Machine Gun Smith...Smith...Smith..'.Wink)


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Posted By: Dick Heath
Date Posted: October 21 2007 at 14:40
Originally posted by fandango fandango wrote:

^^^ forgive my ignorance, but is this Steve Smith from 'Journey'??
 
(as in 'Steve Machine Gun Smith...Smith...Smith..'.Wink)


 Yes, (I presume he replaced Aynsley Dunbar in Journey). First recording however, was Jean Luc Pony's Enigmatic Ocean. Last 15 years of so Smith has concentrated back on jazz and jazz fusion, e.g. Vital Information, Vital Tech Tones, and often the drummer found with a heap of  jazz rock artists on the Tone Center Records label, e.g. 3 (more?) albums with Stu Hamm and Frank Gambale, a back-in-form album by Larry Coryell (and Tom Coster), etc.


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The best eclectic music on the Web,8-11pm BST/GMT THURS.
CLICK ON: http://www.lborosu.org.uk/media/lcr/live.php - http://www.lborosu.org.uk/media/lcr/live.php
Host by PA's Dick Heath.




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