Free MP3 Song Downloads
to hear mp3s of "Holiday on Ice" and "Justice" from
Grace and Dire Circumstances.
"Holiday on Ice" is available for free download.
How Else Can I Hear Them?
Pick Up Your Very Own Copy
Farewell to Juliet CDs are available from
Grace and Dire Circumstances
Echoes of Laughter
Shops that used to carry Farewell to Juliet CDs
Some of these outlets may still have a stray FTJ disc in 2006:
- True Tunes
(800-669-TRUE) of Wheaton, IL (RIP).
- Rad Rocker's Distribution (313-439-7029) of Milan, Michigan
- Sarepta, a Norwegian distributor serving outlets throughout Europe.
- Something More
(800-839-0333) of West Allis, WI
- Embryo Arts
Do They Play Live?
Well, we sure did, back in the day!
Farewell to Juliet's members currently live in three different states, but remain
united by their love for each other. All of use but Brant have reunited multiple times
for Jeff Elbel + Ping shows at the Cornerstone Festival. I'm sure we'd have gotten Brant to join if
he weren't simply so far away.
If any old FTJ fan is an oil baron now, feel free to
sponsor a reunion tour. We still have copies of
Grace and Dire Circumstances and Echoes of Laughter to sell!
Check our News page for information on the last FTJ Tour
Check this link for photos from the last Tour
In 1993, Farewell to Juliet was introduced to the national scene via the
Cornerstone Festival's New Band Showcase Stage. FTJ was one of the festival's
very top picks for the year, and the band played to an enthusiatic crowd
of overflow capacity. Farewell to Juliet then toured and performed in venues of all shapes
and sizes. The band performed at colleges, rallies, benefit concerts
for worthwhile causes such as Habitat for
Humanity and Restoration Urban Ministries, theatre shows, youth camps, and
lots and lots of night clubs.
The band played dates with other national touring acts whenever possible.
A Few Words Regarding Echoes of Laughter
1993 brought the release of Farewell to Juliet's debut compact disc, and launched the independent Marathon Records label. The album, "Echoes of Laughter," charted well on various modern and college rock radio surveys, and travelled to over a dozen countries on three continents. Material from "Echoes," including the single Sorrow and Pride, is still occasionally featured on radio programs from North America to Norway and Australia.
The 51 minute, 23 second compact disc was recorded in Champaign,
Illinois at Pogo Studio, with Jeff Elbel and Mark Rubel producing. Mark has worked with countless artists, including Mojo Nixon, Poster Children, and most recently, Hum (for RCA Records). Jonathan Pines of the celebrated Private Studios in Urbana, Illinois, mixed the release. Art direction for Echoes... was performed by Gregg Snyder, also of Champaign, Illinois, who won an international graphic design award for his effort.
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Last updated: 21 December 2005
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