Happy Monday folks! Today is Presidents' Day, so in honor of today's holiday I'm going to bash Obama, Clinton, and Trump! Just kidding... Not going to happen today junior. I hope everyone's weekend went well. Ours went fan-freaking-tastic, topped with awesome sauce! We were in Vegas all weekend, in case you missed it, for the Radiocontraband rock music awards. The show was live streamed in it's entirety on Radiocontraband's Facebook page so be sure to check that out if you haven't yet. It was an eventful string of days, including listening parties for Papa Roach and Incubus at the one and only Hard Rock hotel. It was great to get a sneak peak of their new music and to hang out with some of the legends of Rock music. After that it was off to the Hard Rock Cafe to cap the night off in a show with our buddies Righteous Vendetta and All That Remains. The next day was the awards ceremony, and we just happened to stumble into the man, the myth, the legend, Lou Brutus, at the bar. After indulging in a cocktail or 3 we decided it was a fantastic idea to write a song, catering to rock music and how it always seems to take the back seat at awards shows such as the Grammys. It may be the next single. Shallow Side featuring Lou Brutus. You never know.... So we opened the awards ceremony with that song called "This Ain't The Grammys" and kicked the evening off in style. This was a decorated event, mind you. Radio personalities, program directors, label representatives, music directors were all that was in attendance. This was not a show for "fans", this was a show for "critics", so it was totally the opposite of any show we have ever played before. We hit the stage roughly an hour into the event and played our set, which I feel went very well, and we were honored to meet everyone after the set. The feedback was tremendous and one thing we can say now is those people who were in attendance now know the name Shallow Side. Opportunities come your way once in a while and you have to do your best to capitalize on every opportunity that is either presented or created. This was definitely a monumental opportunity for the band so let's cross our fingers that we didn't blow it, or as you fancy folks say, squander. Stay up with our dates here at the website. We have more rolling in almost every day, as well as, some promising festival dates with the biggest names in the industry. Take care of each other and we will see you out on the traveling circus.