This is DCMB’s inaugural blog post, and in this exploratory spirit, I’ll keep it short and sweet. In short: playing rock music in front of people is sweet, man! We have had a great time at the last few gigs, and have received support and encouragement that is nothing less than amazing from our fans, both old and new. Thank you! DCMB is booking shows like crazy, and I recommend a quick trip to our Facebook page to stay current on the status of these events. Let’s see…so far this year, we have played a really fun Halloween party, done a semi-unplugged acoustic set of protest-themed songs from the 60s in November, rocked out for a swingin’ crowd at the Panache Studio not once, but twice (!), and gave a capacity crowd at Max’s Place the rock show of their dreams. To our tremendous surprise, Don’t Call Me Betty received stunning media coverage and regional exposure in a blowout, full 2-page spread in the “Attractions” section of the Sunday Herald-Times (newspaper), March 18th! This unexpectedly fulsome article showcased the band’s backstory, personalities, and influences, for a readership in the thousands. Again: WOW. Super cool, all around. In other news, a little birdie told us that we will also be featured in the upcoming April/May issue of (ready for this?) Bloom Magazine! The promotion train just keeps on rollin”! Hey, we’ll take it. What’s next for DCMB, you ask? Hmm…how does a benefit show April 26th, a butt-kicking halftime set at a roller derby match two days later, an outdoor concert at a historic state park, a road trip to Michigan, house party or two, the odd bar gig, AND a lunchtime set in downtown B-Town sound? That’s what I thought. Well, we just can’t say how much Don’t Call Me Betty appreciates and loves its fans, and we look forward to continually honing our chops to bring you guys the kind of rock and roll you want to hear, because we promise you, we definitely love to play it for you! Peace.