On September 23, The Calling is scheduled to appear on The Tony Danza Show, a new daytime talk show on ABC. The program is taped live in New York City, and tickets are available to fans for free.
If you’d like to go to the show that features The Calling, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:
The Tony Danza Show
P.O. Box 234095
New York, NY 10023-9426
Also include your name, telephone number, how many tickets you’d like and the date you want to go to the show.
For more information, visit the official Tony Danza Show web site at http://tvplex.go.com/buenavista/tonydanza/index.html
The Calling are taking a break from a summer tour this week to shoot the video for their third single, ‘Could It Be Any Harder?’
Meiert Avis, who has filmed U2, Bruce Springsteen and other legendary rockers, is directing the clip, the follow-up to ‘Adrienne’ and ‘Wherever You Will Go.’
“It’s a ballad, and the video revolves around the lifeline of this girl and her growing up and all the stuff she has to go through” singer Alex Band said to reporters. “It’s more of a touching video. It’s going to be a little more artsy. It should make you feel something.”
After the video shoot, The Calling will hit the road for eight more US dates and a string of shows in the UK. The Los Angeles rockers then plan to return to the States and tour through the end of the year.
Since the departure of guitarist Sean Woolstenhulme, The Calling has yet to free a comment about the band’s situation.
Lead singer, Alex Band, finally shattered the silence in an email to fans found on their mailing list. The band is currently in London to promote their debut album, ‘Camino Palmero’, an album that I rate as superb.
Anyway, in the email, Alex said “Although the news came as a shock to us… we love Sean and wish him the best. There are no bad vibes between us even though he now will be playing with Lifehouse, a band I once respected.”
He continues saying “I want to assure you all that this will not affect our band, our touring, our progress or anything whatsoever. It’s a pain in the ass and it sucks, to be honest, but we’ll be fine. We’re getting a new guitarist next week that you all will be the first to hear about, promise. It will be funny considering whoever we chose, this person’s first show will be to over one hundered thousand people in Europe! He’ll be peeing in his pants for sure!”
Looks like the band is still in high spirits after all which is cool.