Testimony in court:
Attorney for Defendants [Glenn P. Churchill] asking of one of the defendants in examination :
"This is just jammin' ... you're just having fun ... you're like a what do you call it 'Garage Band'?"
Tyler Eisenhart [Defendant] :
"Yeah, that's right. Nothing serious. I'm studying Psychology and have applied to lots of colleges. I'm concentrating on other stuff."
That would be a very inconsistent statement with this website:
A NEW SHADE DOT COM
And this myspace page:
MYSPACE PAGE IS TITLED IN TITLE BAR: "A NEW SHADE :: LOOKING FOR JUNE TOUR DATES
It seems they weren't serious about court testimony ... the "not serious, just jammin'" remark was really tossed around a lot by the defendant's attorney ... a touring band with a professional website and all the effort you can see above is "just jammin'"?
This link is inconsistent with information around the web. It still shows Drew as a band member.
One "between the lines" statement I was trying to make in my story is that your band's image means a lot. [It really applies to any web presence.] Make sure that you are paying close attention to what Google searches for your band's name bring up - get inconsistent statements and information either removed or corrected.
I try pretty hard to make sure that websites that link, aggregate, and refer to FIXYOURTHINKING have the correct information, the proper linking, etc etc.