Neil is honored to be attending Tiki Oasis 2015 as a presenter, and at 3pm on Saturday of what is sure to be a unique weekend, will present his symposium on space rock and the kind of bachelor pad music that GNP has done so well.
We have added three new dates to our screening run for November in Santa Fe and Albuquerque! Wednesday and Thursday 18th and 19th you can catch Neil with the movie at the John Cocteau Theatre in Santa Fe, or catch one of the next three nights in Albuquerque at the Albuquerque Guild Theatre. As soon as the theatres make ticketing available we will let you know about it.
This Thursday we are showing our documentary in the PNW at the Hollywood Theater in Portland. This will be our eighth screening and only the second outside of SoCal where The Seeds got their big break. We are hopeful that Portland, with its love of the eclectic, finds something to love in the scenes and the sounds.
Well, this is something new, and something I’ve been meaning to get to for a long time. Whatever part of our diverse portfolio of music holds your interest, I am hoping that this will be the place not only to begin but also to explore and perhaps discover something more of use than you came looking for.
Over on the left there, labeled “Our Network” you will see the Green Neon Planet family of sites. Some of them are fully functional, such as GeneNorman.com and the Store, some are works in progress. Neil’s site will be a photo extravaganza with some costumes and sets to remember. Neil and Skyview Music will be more sedate catalogs of the copyrights we are able to license for film and tv and for recording. In development is also what we have given the working title of the “Mothership” which will be a searchable database of all masters available for licensing, with audio to sample and a comprehensive tagging system.
While this is all getting built behind the scenes, I’ll be sharing some of our recent and best historical press, stories, anecdotes and music.