Fans from far away lands!

 SO I done some EGO SURFING (Palmerism) yesterday where I googled my own name.  Oh my.  I limited it to Twitter, so I actually didn't google anything.  I searched for myself on Twitter and I found THIS! :



I was like...WAIT A MINUTE!!!  I don't know Finding Albet...I had heard of them but they certainly don't know me.  Who knew, I have a Canadian fan.  So TOTES OBVS I went and followed @Emmaphillipz (not in a creepy way).

CHECK IT OUT:



How fucking cool is that?!?!?  So the next time someone asks "What's the point in Twitter?"  or has to question what benefits it can bring say TO CONNECT WITH FANS.  To have conversations with people who like your music.  To enjoy listening to their opinion and in the process find out a little about yourself through their eyes.  For an artist it's such an amazing and useful tool.  As mentioned I am in talks about a POSSIBLE Canadian tour in 2014 and now if it all does happen I actually have a fan that will come along.  FROM THE OTHERSIDE OF THE WORLD.  That's fucking cool.

Thanks to everyone that does connect with me over in the twitterverse.  It's a bloody good conversation!  Find me at @RosieBans and join in! xxxxxx

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  • Marcus 'will he not shut up' James

    Marcus 'will he not shut up' James

    I'm only just getting into Twitter, the immediacy and multiple nature of the conversations leaves me a bit discombobulated. That said, it and facebook allow us mere mortals more of an insight (for good or ill) into the artists we enjoy. It also allows us to find great new talent that otherwise would escape us. How else would I find out about a massively talented wildly spirited(insane) Scottish lass, now resident in London when I live in Brum. So I'm glad you find it advantageous, but we get the best of the deal.

    I'm only just getting into Twitter, the immediacy and multiple nature of the conversations leaves me a bit discombobulated. That said, it and facebook allow us mere mortals more of an insight (for good or ill) into the artists we enjoy. It also allows us to find great new talent that otherwise would escape us. How else would I find out about a massively talented wildly spirited(insane) Scottish lass, now resident in London when I live in Brum. So I'm glad you find it advantageous, but we get the best of the deal.

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