Song Topic Contest Winner!

Dear Internet,
Voting has closed in our first ever Choose the Subject of a TMGB Song contest!  We are proud to announce that the winner is Making Two-Man Music (316 votes out of 1,042)!  Congratulations to Julie in Berks County, PA for suggesting the winning topic.  The Gentlemen shall begin work on a song about this, a topic that is near and dear to our hearts.

Honorable mention: The Clap from Becky in Chicago (288 votes out of 1,042), which was on pace to win until we gentlemen de-railed its chances by officially backing Making Two Man Music.  Once The Councilman’s case clears up, we may consider writing a topic about this two.

The Big Losers: It saddens us that the two last place topics were suggested by pals of ours.  We thought that Bygamy (from Simon in London, 33 votes out of 1,042) and Coin Collecting from (Anthony in Ft. Wayne, IN, 34 votes out of 1,042) deserved more support.  Sorry, boys.

Yours very truly,
Andy Bean
The Two Man Gentlemen Band


8 thoughts on “Song Topic Contest Winner!

  1. Julie says:

    I know that any of these topics would have made wonderful tracks as only you can pen great songs. Gentlemen, it is a privilege and honor to be a part of Two Man Gentlemen Band music history. Thank you. We are excited to hear this new tune and can’t wait to see you again.

    Thank you to all of those folks that supported the idea Making Two Man Music.

  2. Becky says:

    Congratulations Julie! Excellent topic choice.

    However, I totally feel like Jan Brady right now.

  3. mb says:

    On an unrelated note,
    I know you guys want to play Saratoga again, right? The racing season starts July 29th!

  4. Julie says:

    Thank you, Becky. If it is any consolation, my very own boss voted for The Clap. He was so proud of himself.

  5. alisa says:

    Thank you so much for playing in “Pitts” field last night! You 2 ROCK more than I can express.

    We hope to catch you with the Hunger Mountain Boys!

    Although that is VERY exciting news about your dates with BD & JM – we believe you two are better headliners.

    Last night left us with a few thoughts for you to consider:

    1. Onsies would make great gifts for neices and nephews- grandkids too!
    (or heck let me borrow some logos to make my own un-offical TMGB schwag)

    2. I know we missed the song contest but consider these 2 suggestions: The German Re-Unification and Paid Programming

    3. Will you be coming out with a DVD? Since you are doing a live recording….. maybe a DVD would be a nice add.
    As I mentioned last night- my daughter loves your music and I would rather her watch your show than the wiggles.

    It was great to see you- the new stuff is great!

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