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New Christmas Song by Tommy DeCarlo
Tuesday, December 06, 2011

[Short Link: http://3rdstg.ca/tdxmas3]

You may recall back in 2009 Tommy DeCarlo recorded a Christmas song with The M Players, called I Can't Wait Till Christmas Day. Tommy has recorded another song, this one is called I Miss You Christmas. The song can be heard on the front page of Tommy's official site.

 
December People Shows
Sunday, October 30, 2011

[Short Link: http://3rdstg.ca/dp2011]

The December People, which features BOSTON guitarist Gary Pihl, have a couple shows lined up in time for the holidays. If you haven't checked then out, they released their album Rattle & Humbug last year. You can listen to samples here. If you like it, you can get it on iTunes.

November 12, 2011
Monterey, CA
2:00pm and 8:00 pm

The December People will be performing at the World Theater. They will be partnering with The Hippo radio for a food drive to support the Food Banks of Monterey and San Benito counties and the SPCA. Five cans of people or dog food will get you a 30% discount on the ticket price. More info can be found at the World Theater site.

December 11, 2011
Uncasville, CT
7:00pm

The December People will be performing a free concert in The Wolf Den at Mohegan Sun. Make sure to get there early to get good seats!


 
In The Studio Interview - Part 2
Monday, October 17, 2011

[Short Link: http://3rdstg.ca/its2011a]

You may recall back in July, In The Studio aired an episode featuring interviews with Tom Scholz. At the end of the show, they teased a second part coming up "next month." Well it's been much more than a month, but In The Studio is finally airing another episode. This week's episode commemorates the 25th anniversary of Third Stage.

To get more information about the show, as well as where and when it airs in your area, go to inthestudio.net

Update: If you didn't get to listen to the show on the radio, it's now available in the audio section.

 
Judge drops parts of band founder's Herald lawsuit
Thursday, September 15, 2011

By Travis Andersen
Boston Globe

A Suffolk Superior Court judge has dismissed parts of a defamation lawsuit against the Boston Herald, ruling that the founder of the rock band Boston failed to show that the newspaper published malicious articles about the civil action that he brought against the company last year.

In a ruling yesterday, Judge John C. Cratsley wrote that band founder Tom Scholz "does not say, nor does [he] plead facts to infer, that the sole purpose of the 2010 articles was to defame him and not to inform the public."

An attorney for the Herald, Jeffrey Robbins of Boston, hailed the ruling last night in a phone interview.

"It's a very significant victory . . . for the public and the First Amendment, and for those whose job it is to inform the public [about] what is going on in government, including in the judicial branch" without fear of a retaliatory lawsuit, Robbins said.

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