My band is performing on August 5 at Jewel in Manchester NH with Finger 11.
No this post is not spam. I was tasked to make a video of Bonneville and Son’s Express Lane oil change.
Wow. Pretty boring.
Soooo… how to make it a bit more interesting? Benny Hill does a good job of making ANYTHING interesting! Have a look.
Jewel has finally got their act (or should i say ‘Acts’) together.
This nightclub in Manchester (Canal St. is off of Granite St.) New Hampshire is under new ownership, has new sound, new policies, new look and and new vibe (GREAT) altogether.
After attending a few of the national acts that have come through (Buckcherry, Puddle of Mudd) I have to say this is the best sounding club I have ever been in. The staff was friendly and the atmosphere is perfect for a night of live music. Manchester has needed an intimate venue like this for a long time. Don’t get me wrong…I loved the intimacy of Mad Bob’s, but it was REALLY small.
Fear not, it does NOT replace local Manchester favorites such as Shaskeen, Strange Brew, or other smaller live music venues. Jewel ADDS another option, one that was missing, for small and large nationals to play in, where normally a fan would have to go to Portsmouth or Hampton beach to see. It basically put Manchester on the map for touring bands.
Jewel nightclub is about 400 capacity (Im guessing) and it’s a great place to see national bands in a small setting, and all the local bands that play there sound great as well.
So we have launched their website anew, in hopes to keep up with a growing fan base of rock, country and comedy fans. Check them out at http://www.jewelnh.com.
So, after a few years of letting it slide, I’ve finally decided to update our website! Hope you like it. This WordPress design features a mobile ready, actually mobile responsive, design. Try it on your mobile phone!
All web designs going forward will be developed on a mobile responsive platform, giving you a perfect looking site on any mobile or pad device. This will help with the search engines, as well as give your mobile users the experience they deserve. Read more about this important feature here.
A responsive web design ‘shrinks’ as you re-size your browser, keeping the same content you have in place. This will keep you from having to update 2 websites (if you have a mobile website). The images shrink as well as content can be altered. For example, you may want to put a ‘Click to Call’ button at the top of the mobile view.
I hope you like this new design, and if you are a current client and would like to redesign into the mobile world, please give me a call at 603-485-4485.