Well, it’s officially over. Call it Karma is no more.
Laura, Paul and I met the other night to determine the fate of the group. If you haven’t been paying attention, I’ll bring you up to speed. First, our original vocalist (Erin) left last year. After some auditions, we replaced her with Laura. Then, earlier this year, Jeremy took a job out in California. So, now we needed to replace him.
During the time it took to try to schedule something to work out a possible percussionist/drummer replacement, Dan took a job in Toronto, so he’ll be leaving soon, too.
Well, that just left Paul, Laura and myself. With only two of those people being original members of the group, we decided to call it quits.
We’re going to put together a new group. That’ll take some time. Not only do we have to find a new bassist and drummer/percussionist, but we plan on expanding the lineup with a pianist/keyboardist.
I’ll update our progress as it happens here, so keep an eye out. In the mean time, if you haven’t already, make sure to stop by CDbaby.com to pick up copy of our CD or EP. Once they’re all sold, that’s it! This may be your last chance to own this little piece of music history.
Oh, and we haven’t decided on a new name yet. However, Laura and I spent a good portion of the past two days exchanging Ghostbusters quotes via email. (If you haven’t figured it out, or didn’t already know, “Call it Karma” was a reference to Ghostbusters, and not a reference to a bad song by some crappy Emo band.)