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STARK update

Posted on October 11, 2009

Hi there, It’s been a while…yes, we are stillllll trying to finish up the artwork for the new CD. You can get some sneak peeks on Women’s Radio, Maximum Threshold Radio and now The Upper Room with Joe Kelley. Plus there’s a track on Reverbnation, Myspace and our website. STARK just played the Studio at Webster Hall last week and here’s a sample from our friends Elke and Oliver: http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00e5523fc66788330120a61e8a4b970c http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8d5tjR05mQ STARK’s Video “OH NO!” will be screened at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival on Saturday October 24th at 10pm. Ticket info follows. I also have free passes for the opening night party on Oct. 22 so let me know if you’d like one. HOW TO PURCHASE TICKETS—tickets are available for purchase on nyfilmvideo.com You can purchase Tickets by clicking the tickets icon (TKTS) next to your film’s title/block on the film schedule at www.nyfilmvideo.com This will take you to the appropriate Ticketweb page. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. A single ticket gets you into the screening block and the after-party for that night. **The Festival advises guests to purchase tickets (single or block) in advance because film screenings sell out in advance. Once a film sells out (in advance or at the door), there will be no more tickets left for purchase for that particular screening. We have a lot of local NYC/NJ films and we estimate that lots of blocks will sell out either in advance or at the door** TICKET BLOCK ORDERS (25 + TICKETS) You can purchase a block of 25 + tickets through the festival (we will waive the surcharge fee for 25 and higher ticket purchases!) or Ticketweb at www.ticketweb.com, or by calling 1-866-468-7619. You can either order a block of tickets through Ticketweb.com or order them through the NYIFF. A. If you order through Ticketweb.com: You can purchase up to 25 tickets through Ticketweb at www.ticketweb.com, or by calling 1-866-468-7619 or you can Click on the ‘TKTS’ icon next to your film’s title or go to Ticketweb’s site at: www.ticketweb.com and type in the film title under ‘search events by keyword’ in the purple box reading: ‘To buy tickets, start here.’ If you order 25 tickets through Ticketweb, it's $300, and Ticketweb charges a $3 per ticket surcharge, equaling about $375 total. B. If you order through the NYIFF (The Best Deal & Price & Includes Shipping): You can order tickets through the NYIFF for a flat rate of $12 per ticket. If you buy tickets through the festival we can waive the $3 per ticket surcharge that Ticketweb charges, i.e., 25 tickets through us is $300, through Ticketweb is about $375 with surcharges. If you wish to purchase block tickets, please make a check payable to the NYIFF and mail to: NYIFF Atten: Nicole Holland 505 E. Windmill Lane Suite 1B-102 Las Vegas, NV 89123 Include the title of your film and the number of tickets. Or you can pay with a credit card through Paypal.com. Go to www.paypal.com Our account is under payment@itndistribution.com Or you can send a check by fax to 702-361-6309 We can print your tickets and have them FedExed to you. It only takes 2-3 days to print the tickets and get them to you, so you can easily receive them before your screening. ******************************************************************* STARK’s song Getting Along was played on “Upper Room with Joe Kelley” on WVOF in Connecticut last week www.upperroomwithjoekelley.com www.wvof.com You can listen 24/7 online Lani Ford is preparing for her trip to England to play at least 8 solo acoustic dates with the band Lilith’s Army. Lani and Sylvie of Lilith’s Army met on the highway between London and Northampton in March 2008 and became fast friends. Sylvie came across the pond in April 2009 and played some solo acoustic gigs with STARK, now Lilith’s Army welcomes Lani November 10-20 in London and other places in Southern England…please tell anyone you know who lives in the area and may be interested. Thanks so much! Rock on, Lani Ford