January 28, 2009 by Weedback
Because I am feeling lazy, and essentially because we kind of re-designed our about-page with pictures and little descriptions of ourselves, we decided to present to you this new about-page as today’s post. This is maybe not the most interesting post in our Gigdoggy blog, but at least it enlightens you on who’s responsible for all the doggy musically-related foolishness (and saves me the effort of writing a whole post :-)
A warm Mruff! to all and thanks for the support you’ve given us up until now.
Gigdoggy is a four doggy clan for now:
is a geek (no doubt about that) who is currently developing, scaling, hacking, designing, scripting and building the gigdoggy platform that is coming out on February 1st
. He is also what could be considered the editor of this here blog. Greg is also a singer/songwriter in his spare time, and hopes to one day make millions with his music for the sole purpose of buying a yacht.
Greg’s email: gwhiteside @ gmail . com
is also a geek, but of a lesser statute then Greg. I am the author of this here blog, editor as well, and I also help patchwork, promote and design our yet-to-become Gigdoggy website. Formerly a sound engineer and composer, I too plan on becoming filthy rich off my music with hopes of buying not one but multiple yachts (or possibly a battle cruiser).
Rob’s email: rcharmant @ gmail . com
Mike Raine, Ottawa based music lover and writer, contributes on a regular basis his insights and opinions on debates of the modern musical era.
Mike’s email: mraine_11 @ hotmail
Simon ‘Ziggy’ Zagami contributes his enlightening One album- One story reviews for our musical discovery pleasures. An Aussie now living in Montreal, we truly hope he will make it through the winter to keep on helping us in our gigbloggy activities.
Ziggy’s email: zigzagami @ gmail
We can be found and contacted at:
Our gmail: gigdoggy @ gmail . com
Feel free to contact us if you are a gigging artist and would like to participate in the launch of our Gigdoggy platform (a place for bands to manage the logistics of their gigging activities) or if you would like to contribute to our blog (which you could see as a place to share your anecdotes on your music experiences).
To conclude this post, and in the spirit of copy-pasting our about-page, here’s the word-cloud representing a collection of our most prominent tags. It was created using Jonathan Feinberg’s