Good Morning from the Jocelyn camp! Currently we are with some friends in Connecticut getting organized for the next few days on the #TIMELESStour with our good friends in Hello Highway and Once Upon A Time.
So far the tour has been awesome and we greatly appreciate the support of the kids who’ve come out, the venues who we have the pleasure of working with every night and our friends in the non profit A Dream 2 Believe who are helping us with all of our day to day operations. AD2B is traveling with us, they provide a shirt to a homeless american child for every shirt purchased through their organization, and we’re proud to call them our friends.
It’s been a lot of fun to finally set up shop inside some familiar venues as opposed to carrying on our previous path of promoting lines outside. We spent over a year at shows across the country (All Time Low, Mayday Parade, The Maine, among others) to the tune of around 100,000 miles, distributing around the same amount of promotional cards and selling around 10,000 CDs.
With the overwhelming support received from our latest kickstarter we were able to purchase all the necessary gear for this tour as well as purchase a reliable van! Much thanks to all of those who donated and spent time promoting the kickstarter to friends and family, it’s meant the world to us. We’re very thrilled to have the safety and security of a reliable vehicle to get us from show to show.
We’re excited for the next few weeks as we head all the way West through Arizona and Anaheim, as well as hooking up with some great friends in The Strive and The Role Call for some Midwest dates! We look forward to seeing all the familiar faces as well as connecting with new listeners.
Find us on all social media sites with the username WeAreJocelyn! Cheers.
Steve Lydick and the rest of Jocelyn
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