Wednesday, December 12, 2007


Thanks to Deana for giving me the heads up on this one, you know who you are.

Seminal indie shoegaze outfit Swervedriver is primed for a long-awaited reunion in 2008, but first, frontman Adam Franklin, will hit JamNow's virtual venue "The Bomb Shelter" for an exclusive live audio interview and performance to discuss his acclaimed solo album Bolts of Melody and the reunion, and play a live set of new tracks and older favorites. The webcast, available to fans around the world, will take place tomorrow, December 12, at 3:00pm ET at Can't catch it live? Fans can also tune in to hear it on-demand beginning on the 13th.


Fans Worldwide Can Experience Live Interview and Performance In Top-Quality Audio, December 12th at 3:00PM ET

Tinton Falls, NJ - December 11, 2007 - On Wednesday, December 12th at 3:00PM EST, NJ-based live music destination will host a live, high quality audio webcast with legendary Swervedriver/Toshack Highway frontman Adam Franklin.

From JamNow's own wired venue "The Bomb Shelter," Franklin will perform a set of live material from his new album Bolts Of Melody, and select material from other phases of his storied career. After the performance, there will be a freeform interview where Franklin will discuss Bolts, the upcoming 2008 Swervedriver reunion tour, and a wide variety of compelling subjects. The live webcast is free, and can be listened to from anywhere in the world at

For those who can't listen to the live broadcast, the full show and interview will be available as an on-demand audio stream from December 13 at http://www.jamnowcom/adamfranklin.

About JamNow
JamNow is an enabler of the Content 2.0 revolution, where artists are empowered to create, perform, promote, distribute, market, record and sell their own music, comedy and spoken word material. The site features content from established artists like Thrice, Dillinger Escape Plan, HIM, Anberlin, Ben Jelen and comedienne Margaret Cho, as well as up and coming talent like the Drama Club, Quickstep John, Mayday Parade, and Melissa Young.

With a free software download, artists (or anyone) can broadcast live from anywhere, to fans around the world. Fans not only listen to the performances in real time, they also have the opportunity to participate and interact with the artists and other fans.

JamNow performances are broadcast in superb audio quality, with ultra-low latency.

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