Boyce & Hart Film and Facebook News April 15, 2014
Just a few hours left to contribute to our film (ie licensing and sound editing etc. before we get it into festivals) CLICK THE LINK OR PIX to donate and don’t forget to check the left column for the perks — eg: a phone chat with Bobby Hart … No amount is too small as every dollar matters and adds up! Bobby & Iappreciate any amount you can contribute and/or by sharing the link with your friends Our first festival airing will be in Chicago next month.
Imagine a phone call from Bobby Hart. You’ll have the ear of one of the greatest songwriters in pop history and a chance to say hello or ask him any questions you like! Your friendship is the most valuable to us. Thanks
Thanks for helping us pass the milestone of 25,000 friends ! Bobby and I are so thankful for each and everyone of you! Your support means more than mere words can say; I love hanging out with you here on facebook and Bobby loves hearing all my reports to him …
Bobby and I thank everyone for supporting this film …
For a few years in the halcyon days of the sixties, Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart were on top of the world. Singers, songwriters and producers, Boyce and Hart – individually or collectively – were behind some of the most enduring hits of that era or any other: “Last Train to Clarksville,” “(I’m Not Your) Stepping Stone,” “Come a Little Bit Closer,” “Hurt So Bad,” “I Wanna Be Free,” “Valleri,” “Pretty Little Angel Eyes,” and of course, the immortal “Theme from The Monkees.” As if turning out hits for The Monkees and so many others wasn’t enough, Tommy and Bobby recorded three hip albums for A&M Records as a performing duo. They reached the Top 10 in 1967 with “I Wonder What She’s Doing Tonite,” which crackles with youthful abandon, energy and, frankly, a killer AM radio-ready hook. Yet the Boyce and Hart story isn’t as well-known as the team’s most famous songs…
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Win a Chat on the Phone with Bobby Hart April 11, 2014
Wow!!! You can get A PERSONAL PHONE CALL WITH BOBBY HART … DONATE NOW!
Our operators are standing by and we need your H E L P! Bobby’s been holding the phone in anticipation. There are 5 Bobby Hart phone calls to claim https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/boyce-hart-the-guys-who-wrote-em/x/2055637 (just scroll down the “feature” list) Thanks for sharing the link and remember every dollar adds up so no amount is too small. Just a few days left!
CLICK ABOVE PIC TO LINK & THANKS FOR YOUR DONATION!
FRIENDS AND FANS: WE NEED YOUR HELP! The Producers of our film have launched a campaign to raise the finishing funds needed to complete sound mixing, licensing and editing on the Boyce and Hart film “The Guys Who Wrote ‘Em” before screening it at festivals!! You will love this film as Bobby Hart & Friends tell the story and yes it includes archive footage of Tommy Boyce too. We thank you for your help in sharing this link and/or donating …Thanks to everyone who came out to the previews in NY and to meet Bobby Hart. This is a brief but crucial campaign to get this amazing, unique film to the screen,
so please DONATE here or spread the word!! https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/boyce-hart-the-guys-who-wrote-em/x/6935597?show_todos=true
Meet Bobby Hart of Boyce & Hart March 16th March 10, 2014
MEET BOBBY HART of Boyce & Hart! Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart played a pivotal role in creating the Monkee sound as composers & producers of their most recognizable hits & went on to become a successful performing duo.
If you’re in the Brooklyn NY area this screening is open to the public not just to those attending the Convention… Just a few days left to get advance tix to the sneak preview Monkees Convention screenings orThe Bellhouse on the 16th! so get your tickets now!! http://www.monkeesconvention2014.com/ —