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The Orphan The Poet Band

Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by ianebaldwin, May 13, 2016.

  1. The Orphan The Poet want you to know they’re here and not going anywhere. Based out of Dayton, OH, the foursome come bearing their intense brand of take-it-or-leave-it alt rock, full of singalong hooks and charging guitars. Cutting their teeth on tours with bands like Dance Gavin Dance, Conditions, I The Mighty, & more, The Orphan The Poet have been rabidly gaining fans thanks to their captivating live show, even grabbing the attention of legendary mixer/producer, Machine (Cobra Starship, Gym Class Heroes, Every Time I Die). Garnering comparisons to iconic acts like Jimmy Eat World and Taking Back Sunday, the band will hit this summer hard with the release of the ‘Terrible Things’ EP.

    The Orphan The Poet is:

    David Eselgroth - Vocals/Guitar

    Dakota Johnson - Guitar

    Jake Floyd - Bass

    Sam Gordon - Drums


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    Bands: I'll be helping out with the Platinum Audio Facebook Live Event tomorrow evening. Jake Floyd of The Orphan The Poet is the special guest! Just add Jake Bryant if you aren't already friends with him to be notified when we start streaming (8PM EST).

    Here are the topics we'll be talking about:
    • How to book your own shows and have a great turn out.
    • How to turn your online fans into real fans.
    • How many hometown fans it takes to become a success.
    • How and when to start touring.
    • How to open for bigger bands.
    • How to be a productive member of your scene.
    As always this will also be an open forum for questions about these topics or about others, including what TOTP has been up to with their new EP and what they have coming up in the near future!

    Be sure to tune in to learn more about making your band a success and reviving your music scene!

    Please share this with anyone you think would really get something out of it.