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There Is No Such Thing As The Record Label Fairy
October 9, 2016 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
QCFF 2016 Closing Feature
Introduction by Dean Cramer – Dean Cramer has been a working musician/guitarist/singer for over 35 years and has performed across the United States and as far away as England. Dean is part of the well-known acoustic trio from the Cumberland area, The Cramer Bros w/Tim Haines. With his own band, SO LOW he has opened for KISS, along with Mike Ruocco he has toured with Daughtry, and he has played with the band Funny Money for 18 years. Dean is currently recording his second album, while producing an album for a band in the Cumberland area.
Windowpane – Windowpane formed in Cumberland, Maryland, before relocating to Seattle, Washington, in 1997. In 2000 they caught the attention of Neil Young and producer Brett Eliason, who worked on the band’s 2001 release, Push. In 2006, the band released their second album, The Silence. Their House of Cards EP landed in 2008 and was followed a year later by the album Daybreak. The band spent 2012 alongside Staind, Shinedown, and Godsmack on the U.S. package tour dubbed UPROAR and also released the album The Silence. Tours with Five Finger Death Punch and Queensryche followed, then in 2016 the band issued a self-titled album. ~ David Jeffries, Rovi
“There Is No Such Thing As The Record Label Fairy – The Story of Windowpane” (8:00pm), Tony Abreu, USA, 96 minutes – From the Basement Garage to Arenas of North America. One band’s collective story of striving to reach the masses during THE decline of the music industry.
Festival Passes are $50 and are good for all receptions, panels, and screenings over four days. General Admission tickets are $8 and will be available at the ticket counter.