(PRWEB) June 28, 2005
The extraordinary story of Cecilia The Band is worth writing about. The family band has been signed, wined, dined, and dropped by the ever-diminishing music industry and survived to defy it. They've stayed alive by playing the streets and parks of their hometown New York City when nothing else was bringing in any bread. They've connected with the people by touring nationally and building a virtual Cecilia headquarters in the form of the band's labyrinth-esque, fan-friendly website, CeciliaTheBand.com.
Cecilia is now in the process of finishing "This", a multidimensional pop/rock collection of well-crafted love songs, a record entirely financed by their fans, and subsequently building a model of how to remove the industry middle men by partnering directly with the people. As for the music, it seems to simply makes people feel good, one fan referring to the Cecilia experience as "a musical equivalent of a hug", certainly a rare commodity in the present climate of the music industry and the world in general.
Join the family band on June 29 at Off-Broadway's Zipper Theater for "Cecilia In The Living Room", a one night only reality concert experience that includes both a live pop/rock concert and a candid look at the band and the family as themselves, all in the party atmosphere of the family's living room. Go to CeciliaInTheLivingRoom.com for details. It's not to be missed.