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Michael Helps Create A "Demolition"
Written by Element 115
Sunday, 09 September 2012 19:52
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Michael with Demolition

Michael has been busy with yet another project. This time, he helped out a tribute to the Wrecking Crew called DEMOLITION metamorphose from a band, into a show.

If you're not familiar with the Wrecking Crew, they were a group of studio musicians in the Los Angeles area during the rock takeover of popular music in the 1960s and 1970s. A handful of musicians recorded over a thousand hits for a wide variety of bands. The primary drummer, Hal Blaine, has a nephew in the Phoenix area named Michael K. Wanting to honor his uncle, Michael K organized more than 20 people over two years to come up with this lineup. The horns alone are worth seeing these guys perform.

Bands whose songs were recorded by the Wrecking Crew include Elvis, Mamas and Papas, Beach Boys, the Ronettes, the Crystals, Connie Francis, Jan & Dean, Neil Diamond, Johnnie Rivers, the Association, the Monkees, Paul Revere and the Raiders, the 5th Dimension, Supremes, and dozens more.

Michael Macpherson was tasked with doing voices from Johnnie Rivers and Elvis, to Mike Love and even a Supreme. This also required considerable guitar changes, since they didn't have VG-8s and GK-2 pickups in the 1960's.

The band consists of very talented musicians, and all deserve the success they've worked so hard to achieve.

Good luck to DEMOLITION as they remove the training wheels and rocket to stardom!

The handsome Mac Macoy is on bass next to Michael in this photo by KirlinOriginals. Jackie Killian, Lyn Jackson, and the multi-talented Tammy VandeBogart make up the ladies (left to right). Listen to a sampling of the night here.

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Element 115 on UK Internet Radio
Written by Element 115
Saturday, 14 April 2012 17:46
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logoElement 115 is among other American and European artists played on Off The Chart Radio in the UK. The show features 10 artists, and the one with the most votes by next week gets extra coverage in next week's show.

We'd like YOU to drop by their website and vote for Seal Of Approval or By The Firelight (your choice). The voting ends at 8am EDT Saturday, April 21, 2012.

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Amazing Powerball!
Thursday, 09 February 2012 16:41
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Since the Powerball lottery increased the ticket price to $2, the starting jackpot is bigger, and the jackpot grows faster than ever before.

Saturday's jackpot (Feb. 11, 2012) is expected to reach $310 million. Using the current roster for calculating, this means that the take-home amount for a single winning ticket is just over 100 million. There are 66 registered Element 115 F.O.B.'s  (Friend's Of the Band). This means that the amount that this Arizona rock band will give to each of you who took the time to register, and think of the numbers (6, 11, 22, 28, 35, and the red ball's 3) $780,000 (and change).

This won't be a check, with traceability, and everyone knowing what you got. In fact, we'll tell NO ONE who got a share of the winnings.

What we will be doing, is going on a cruise, and inviting YOU to join us. We have plans to change the world in a big way. If you want to be part of it, you can put your winnings into the pool that will become the Element 115 Foundation (so to speak). This band is surrounded with people who think WELL outside the box. We don't want to have a FAKE representational government, we don't want to use gasoline anymore, we desire to see SOMETHING DECENT ON TV, and we believe in a sound money system. We have plans to address all of these issues.

Join us. You don't have to purchase to win, and you CAN win if you don't BUY, but you CAN'T win if you don't PLAY. Play by registering and becoming an F.O.B., and thinking "6, 11 22, 28, 35, and the red ball's 3."

Be sure to register by clicking here.

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Element 115 to GIVE AWAY millions!
Written by Element 115
Thursday, 26 January 2012 00:00
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As you probably already know, this Phoenix rock band is very much into the metaphysical.

In fact, Carla has been scripting a speaking tour on the topic, she has a book published (see www.SkeletonBoy.com) and the whole band has been exercising the principles with quite a bit of success.


AL with cashThe new album ("Shattered Paradigm" coming out soon) has a track on it called "Lottery" where we ALL WORK TOGETHER on a particular set of numbers in the P*werBall lottery game. The band plays the same set of numbers every week, twice a week. They are 6, 11, 22, 28, 35, and the red ball's 3.

The more of us thinking and manifesting a particular set of numbers, the more likely it is that they will come up. It is a principle of metaphysics. The best part of this is, YOU DON'T HAVE TO BUY A TICKET TO WIN! You really CAN win even if you don't "play."

We will be GIVING AWAY HALF OF THE NET WINNINGS when these numbers come up. An even split of at least 3 million dollars will be GIVEN to each and every registered Friend Of the Band (F.O.B.) if we are the sole winning ticket holder. How much will each F.O.B. get? That depends on the grand prize for that drawing, the number of winning tickets purchased, and the number of F.O.B.'s registered with Element 115.

If only 500 people are F.O.B.'s and the grand prize is $50 million, the net to the band is 1/3 or approx. $17 million, and half of that, or $8.5 million would be distributed evenly to 500 people, giving each F.O.B. $17,000. That's not a bad deal for costing ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to become a Friend Of the Band!

Right now, there are only 65 F.O.B.'s registered. If we win Saturday (with the sole winning ticket), with the grand prize at $146 million, the net take-home would be $48 million, half, or $23 million would be given away, so each F.O.B. would get just over $350,000!

How do you become an F.O.B.? Go to http://www.Element115theBand.com and select "Become an F.O.B." from the main menu.

It's that easy! OH! I forgot to mention that F.O.B.'s get special pricing on select merchandise, they get to preview songs before their release, and will most likely have chances at back-stage passes and such that the average public just won't have access to.

Please help us make this a REALLY BIG event, and get free money besides!

Thanks and best wishes,
Element 115

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Phil Gordon/Jan Brewer Dance
Written by Element 115
Saturday, 03 December 2011 17:29
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Phil Gordon Jan Brewer Dance EP LabelWhile finishing programming the new Laser Typing project a couple of weeks ago, the phone rang, and a man, asking if he was reaching the Element 115 band, wanted to know if the band would be interested in doing a song that would make the band "famous in Arizona." Now, if one types "Arizona rock bands" or "Phoenix rock bands" into google, it's easy to see how big Element 115 already is in Arizona, nonetheless, Michael listened while Roger Davidson talked about his song called "The Phil Gordon and Jan Brewer Dance." Roger has had this song in his head for about two years, but did not have a recording of the song, nor does he play an instrument to help convey the song's structure. He came to the Ultramedia Studio and be-bopped into a microphone the song structure he had in mind, or at least how a couple of the parts should go, and said, "You all make the song."

From there, Michael and Carla tracked all the instruments and vocals to create this unique song, arranged it in a fun way with our friend André, and produced a mastered copy which has landed on an EP with re-mastered versions of "Seal Of Approval" (the theme of the 99%), Hot Cars, and Warrior. The EP is called "Alien Eye on Politics" and is available through Ultramedia, Phoenix, and This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . The "Phil Gordon and Jan Brewer Dance" isn't in the "neo-classic rock" category, either. It sort of has funk, pop, or something!

Listen to the song by clicking here!

Tell your friends about the Phil Gordon & Jan Brewer Dance. Heck! Why not make it go viral?

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