It would be beyond super-awesome if you could come out to this show. Why? Ernie worked hard to bring Locksley to town. They just got back from Japan, and they’re rocking selected cities around the U.S. You can’t deny their incredibly poppy sound & we can tell you that they put on one hell of a show. Go to their site, check out the free EP, look ’em up on YouTube, hear ’em on TV, then come see ’em live next week with us at the Smiling Moose.
Original post here: I’ll take Locksley for $10, Alex!
You’ve heard their songs. You know Locksley even if you don’t know it. They’re the next big thing, and you have the chance to see them now! Ernie and one of the Berts saw them open for Fountains of Wayne in Philadelphia, and they dug it so much that Ernie decided to set up a show to bring these guys to the ‘Burgh!
Television, Press and Placements
Locksley performed “Don’t Make Me Wait”, “Let Me Know” and “She Does” on Jimmy Kimmel Live! March 2, 2007. They performed “Let Me Know” on Late Night With Conan O’Brien on August 13, 2007. MTV made Locksley their “Featured Artist of the Week” for two weeks straight on September 8–22, 2008.
After the release of Don’t Make Me Wait, Locksley were featured in multiple magazine spreads, notably SPIN Magazine’s “Breaking Out”, Rolling Stone‘s “6 Breakout Bands to Watch”, Alternative Press‘s “100 Bands You Need To Know” and in ELLE Magazine with an 8 page fashion spread in their March 2007 issue.
Many of the songs off of Don’t Make Me Wait were licensed for TV, commercials and movies, notably: “She Does” as the theme to HLN‘s Morning Express with Robin Meade, placement in the Friday the 13th remake, “Don’t Make Me Wait” as the trailer music to the Paul Rudd and Eva Longoria movie Over Her Dead Body and “My Kind of Lover” in the J.J. Abrams-produced Cloverfield.
On August 24, 2008, “All Over Again,” “Don’t Make Me Wait,” and “She Does” were made available as downloadable content for the popular Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 game series Rock Band. The songs have been downloaded over 60,000 times to date. Locksley credits licenses with keeping the band going.
Locksley wrote the song “Slink (A Hymn)” for use as the theme song to FOX’s TV show The Good Guys.
Owens Community College uses “The Whip” in a number of radio and TV commercials. “The Whip” is also used in an American Family Insurance commercial, and has been used by the Columbus Blue Jackets, Detroit Red Wings, Vancouver Canucks, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Dallas Stars as their goal song since 2011-12.
You can buy your tickets now to make sure you get them in your music-loving hands in time for the show. You can also buy at the door. Really though… It’s 2011. Try buying something online. It’s quick. Convenient. Easy.
Here are the show details, stay tuned for videos after the details:
- Locksley – Facebook / Reverb Nation / MySpace / Twitter / YouTube
- Ernie and the Berts – Facebook / Reverb Nation / MySpace / Twitter / Yahoo! Group
- The Mondaze – Facebook / MySpace
- The Smiling Moose (Upstairs!)
1306 East Carson Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203-1510
- (412) 431-4668
- Facebook / Twitter / Myspace / Reverb Nation
- Click here for directions from Google Maps.
- Tuesday – Nov. 15th, 2011
- 9:30 PM – LATE SHOW
- BUY TICKETS HERE!
- Facebook Event: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=179579555454462
- Reverb Nation Event: http://www.reverbnation.com/show/5680261
- Smiling Moose Events Page: http://www.smiling-moose.com/events/index.php
- Google Event.
- PittsburghBeat: http://www.pittsburghbeat.com/mb/viewtopic.php?p=67524
- Drusky Event: http://druskyentertainment.ticketfly.com/event/70917/