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Post Meridian Records Label Launch

a couple friends of mine have started a music label, and to celebrate, have a label launch show coming up. show up if you can. heres the info :

POST MERIDIAN RECORDS PRESENTS LABEL LAUNCH PARTY @ THE LIZARD LOUNGE FEATURING PERFORMANCES BY LOGAN 5 AND THE RUNNERS (SHELLY WINTERS PROJECT), JOSHE HENRY, THREE NOUNS (THE MODELES), MIDDLE DISTANCE RUNNER,DECEMBER 15

BOSTON, November 21, 2005 – Boston’s new Post Meridian Records presents its Label Launch Party at the Lizard Lounge, Thursday, December 15, at 9:00 pm. Performing will be Logan 5 and the Runners (featuring David Berndt of the Shelly Winters Project); Burlington, Vermont lo-fi cult songwriter Joshe Henry; Three Nouns (featuring Bill Hewett of the Modeles); and Middle Distance Runner (DC shoegazer). Tickets are $8.00 (available at the door).

Doors 9:00pm; 9:15 – Three Nouns; 10:15 – Logan 5 and The Runners; 11:15 – Middle Distance Runner; 12:15 – Joshe Henry. For more information, visit www.lizardloungeclub.com.

Who says record labels are becoming a thing of the past? Tell that to Post Meridian Records, a grassrootslabel started by two friends, Lesley Katzen and Lora Valante, who’re on a mission to pump a little life and diversity back into the Boston scene. Post Meridian Records is currently working with Joshe Henry, The Westward Trail, and Logan 5 and the Runners. Visit the label’s website www.postmeridianrecords.com.

Artist information:
70’s glam-rock meets 80’s synth-pop as Boston guitar maven David Berndt – formerly of Rick Berlin’s beloved Shelley Winters Project – unveils his new band, Logan 5 and the Runners.
Joshe Henry, who calls himself “lo-fi mono,” writes songs that are irreverent and endearingly juvenile yet insightful and side splittingly funny. A staple of the Burlington, Vermont music scene for the past decade, he’s built a cult following by constant touring and self-releasing over nine albums.
Washington DC’s Middle Distance Runner specialized in sad music in 1998, when its members were all teenagers. In 2005, they’re making happy music as angst-free young adults. Go figure. Middle Distance Runner has a plan – no, a promise ­– to spiral out of control and implode by 2015.
Guitarist and vocalist Bill Hewett ­– formerly of the Modeles – opens the night with his newest venture Three Nouns, a thoughtful punk pop trio.

Contacts:
Lesley Katzen, Booking & Publicity
Lora Valante, Business Development & Operations
For Immediate Release
Contact: Lesley K, XXX-XXX-XXXX,
booking@postmeridianrecords.com

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