"To Save Our World"
on the latest happenings, gossip and giveaways!
Still Eighteen had such a great time performing at Ruta 23 in Santo Domingo that they are doing it again on Friday, March 2nd! Ruta 23 is a cool new live music venue dedicated to a great musical experience!
Still Eighteen is performing at the bar with the great vibe, Local Tres in Santo Domingo on Thursday, January 18th!
Still Eighteen is heading back to Santo Domingo to perform at the newest rock bar in Santo Domingo, Ruta 23 on Friday, January 19th!
Still Eighteen is excited to perform for the first time in Rome, Italy at the hip and fun, Yellow Bar!
Still Eighteen is off to Italy to perform at the beautiful Hard Rock Cafe, Florence once again!
Still Eighteen is interviewed on Lax 102.1 FM Santo Domingo!
Still Eighteen is performing in Santo Domingo, D.R. on Friday, December 22nd for the inauguration party of Beer World Bar!
Still Eighteen is featured in the Dominican Republic's English language newspaper, Dominican Today!
Still Eighteen is performing on December 31st at the rockin' New Year's Eve party at the new place to be in Sosua, Dominican Republic -- The Cigar Club!
Still Eighteen is excited to be performing for the first time in Santiago, Dominican Republic at the cool rock bar Cay Tapas & Rock!
Still Eighteen's music video for their original song, Bullets & Dust is released!
Still Eighteen had a blast being a part of Shania Twain's new music video; "Life's About To Get Good"!
Still Eighteen performing at Canoa Beach bar -- it was an epic night!
Still Eighteen is performing at "Canoa" the cool beach bar right on Bavaro Beach in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic on Friday, May 26th at 10:00 pm!
Still Eighteen rockin' it out at Hard Rock Hotel!
Still Eighteen chillin' after their performance at Camden Parlour in Santo Domingo! It was a great night!
Still Eighteen had an awesome time at their concert at Hard Rock Cafe, Florence! The venue was stunning and of course the city was spectacular but most importantly the audience rocked!
Still Eighteen's Karen and Samantha were interviewed on Italian radio station "Lady Radio" 102.1 in Florence, Italy for the band's show at Hard Rock Cafe, Florence.
Still Eighteen is being interviewed by Italian station, Radio Mugello 99fm on February 28th at 10:00 pm for their upcoming concert at the beautiful Hard Rock Cafe Florence on Wednesday, March 1st!
You can listen here:
Hard Rock Cafe Florence on Wednesday, March 1st!
Still Eighteen's songs Bullets & Dust and Pretty Thing from their debut EP Bullets to Dust are now being played on radio stations Escape 88.9, La Rocka FM 97.1 and X 102.1 FM!
Still Eighteen had lots of room to move around when they performed on the awesome stage at Now Onyx Resort on December 20th!
Still Eighteen is excited to be playing at Hard Rock Hotel again!
"Bullets to Dust" on UK's Emerging Indie Bands Blog
"The Dominican Republic based Canadian originating protest-rock trio Still Eighteen are set to release their début EP Bullets To Dust on the 24th of November.
Having had the fortune of having snaffled a shot of whisky whilst sitting on straw bale as I listened to the approximately a quarter of an hour EP (available on bandcamp) I would posit this is something to add to the collection.
Still Eighteen are able to fulminate against a system of geo-political rectitude whilst becoming neither belligerent nor pleading as the bluesy-rock guitar echoes across the room to accompaniment of punctuated drum skins whilst punctilious bass lays with burnished vocal as the music spirals around the room and delivers sounds of incredulity that the world has become one of tribal in-fighting promulgated by those with no vested interest other than for their own amusement and betterment on the skeletons of those they abuse.
From the four track release the opener – and my pick of the EP – also the title – Bullets & Dust".
Still Eighteen is excited to be performing at the beautiful Hard Rock Hotel Punta Cana!
What a fantastic audience and fun atmosphere!
"Before it’s too late, too late to change the impossible
Before it’s too late, too late to stop the unstoppable
Before it’s too late, we’re all responsible
This is our world--there’s no time to wait"
GOALS THAT WORK FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS ARE GOALS THAT WILL WORK FOR THE WORLD.
The Global Goals for Sustainable Development came into effect to achieve three extraordinary things by 2030 – end poverty, combat climate change and fight injustice and inequality.
If we are to achieve the Global Goals by 2030 we must start by empowering girls and women.
Still Eighteen had the wonderful opportunity of creating a song to help spread awareness of the Global Goals for Global Citizen. In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8th, we share the song with you! Take Action for girls and women with one of the incredible campaigns that are fighting for their empowerment! www.globalgoals.org www.globalcitizen.org
"Hit Me Like a Drug" is now the 3rd song fully co-written by the duo along with
"Screw You" and "Pretty Thing"!
Joey, Karen, Samantha STILL EIGHTEEN and (Lizzie)
STILL EIGHTEEN's forever young :) Joey is going to be a guest on the Staying Young Radio Show. He will have to answer questions for the Medical Mania Trivia segment and the show will be aired on SiriusXM radio stations across the U.S.
The band is very excited to be a part of the Global Goals campaign! If the Goals are going to work, everyone needs to know about them. Spread the word! Here is the link to the article. https://www.globalcitizen.org/en/content/global-citizens-are-getting-creative-in-support-of/
STILL EIGHTEEN's latest song, "I'll Do What I Want" the 1st original to be fully co-written by father and daughter team, Samantha and Joey, has been selected to be featured on the Summer Jams 2015 album, currently #3 on Amazon Music!
STILL EIGHTEEN is interviewed by John Small of the www.johnandheidishow.com
airing on August 6th 2015!
STILL EIGHTEEN's original song "Superstar" Live video - Acoustic
Not Your Average Family Band!
STILL EIGHTEEN's is rapidly gaining views on the new video sharing website; Vube.com. They have been holding the 1st and 2nd spot in the "new" category for their videos for: "Diamonds & Gold" and "Give Me a Reason" 90,000 views so far and heartwarming comments from around the world!
STILL EIGHTEEN's posts their music video for their original song: "Diamonds & Gold" on YouTube along with the message:
STILL EIGHTEEN's latest original song, “Diamonds & Gold,” metaphorically exemplifies society’s mindless and destructive behavior in its unending pursuit to fulfill its insatiable desires.
"We know it’s hard to resist the consumer machine taunting us to buy, buy, buy. Incessant advertising vies for our attention, emotionally luring us into believing how wonderful we will feel and how desirable we will be if we just purchase what they are selling.
What is it inside of us that compels us to want more? We think it will make us happy, but materialism’s happiness is momentary, and then we want the next thing that will bring us that “everlasting” contentment.
But how many of us have found lasting happiness with living this way?
What is the real price we are paying for obtaining the latest and greatest? Many of us are overworked, stressed, sick, and indebted; suffering from a lack of meaningful purpose and fulfillment that we try to fix with shiny and sparkling new things.
What is it about us that inhibits us from seeing the causes of our own suffering? What is it within us that allows us to turn a blind eye to the social and environmental degradation our consumptive behavior causes around the world?
We might say, “But consumerism creates economic growth.” Yes, but this economic growth isn’t very economical if it depletes our natural resources, polluting our water and air and leading us toward our own extinction.
As the lyrics in the song say, “We are trading our lives for fool’s desires.”
Moving to a small developing country has certainly tamed our desires. It is hard to have so much when you are surrounded by so many who have so little. However, as a family, we know we are not innocent of this as we like to buy the latest and greatest as well (albeit with far less voraciousness than we did when we were immersed in the consumer climate). Living here has forced us to question our choices and discover what is important to us.
You don’t have to move to a developing country to ask these questions. Let’s take personal inventory: how can we as individuals choose differently? How can we acquire more meaning and satisfaction, that isn’t fleeting and doesn’t have planned obsolescence built into it?
It is imperative that we change before Diamonds & Gold really do take our souls".