A LITTLE THANKS
Hey there T Max,
I just wanted to give you a shout and thank you very, very much for the kind write up in the April edition of the Noise. This is my first ink, brother! I nearly fainted when I heard I was mentioned in the Noise. Never knew a young little whipper-snapper from the North Shore could actually make some impact somewhere! Haha!
But, again, thank you so very much. This has really meant a lot to me. I appreciate all you do for the Cape Ann, and everyone else’s heart you touch. Thank you.
Michael Thomas Doyle (Chelsea Berry Band)
LITTLE MO’ THANKS
Just a big thank you for that wonderful review in the Noise!! So gracious of you… LOVE it!!
AND MO’ THANKS
Thanks so much for the sweet review of my new album. It pleases me hugely that you like it so much.
OKAY, THIS IS ALL THE
THANKS WE CAN TAKE!
I’m sorry I haven’t written; between shows, history homework, and my piano class, I’ve been neglecting my email and haven’t made a point to sit down and write to you.
The live review you did of my show was so beautiful, complimentary, and wonderful. I had my web designer put a link to it in my site–
I just want you to know how much your support and coverage in the Noise has meant to me. You have opened doors, introduced me to new fans, and provided a legitimate and rockin’ platform for me to get out there to the world. I am forever grateful for all you do for me and this awesome music community.
I love you!
T Max responds…
These kind of “thank yous” go a long way in my book. I’m sure you’ll be hearing more about these performers in future issues of the Noise. In fact it’s possible that we may just start dealing exclusively with those musicians who know how to say thank you. Seems like a lot of musicians can write a good tune or master their instrument, but what may give them the edge in the business is what happens offstage. Self-awareness and awareness of those who help you could be the key to you getting that always-needed break.