Amidst all the many things we are currently elbow deep in, we have decided to start a regular video podcast (or vodcast as the youngins are calling it these days)
We are calling out to all our fans to please post us questions and requests to be answered in said vodcast.
It can be anything. “What’s your favorite Trek episode?” “Have any of you ever been to Japan?” “What does Andy smell like?” “Would Noah and Chris act out the fight scene from Amok Time?” “I want to hear Patrick sing/play Devil In The Dark on acoustic” etc etc…
Please feel free to ask anything of us!
send your inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve recently discovered Five Year Mission. Not the five year mission that I’m on, but something that was called a “tribute band” back in the 21st century. This band somehow got hold of our adventures aboard the Enterprise and has decided to make a song of each “episode”. How clever! I don’t exactly know why they are called a “tribute band” but I hope it has to do with lavishing gifts on those you sing of (or technically for me, on those close to those you sing of). They are, of course, all clean cut young men with Starfleet regulation hair (Yes, yes, I know, those are very wide standards).
To read the rest of the review, please follow the link to Moxie’s page. Also read her page. It’s fabulous!
With a lot of help from the ever-supportive world of Star Trek Fans and Science Fiction Buffs, the 27th annual Trek Fest is now BACK ON!! That includes a 2 hour performance from your favorite Star Trek band, FIVE YEAR MISSION!
Click the image below to go to a list of Trek Fest events for the weekend of June 24th and 25th.
This past weekend “Geek Dad,” Kevin Makice, came up from Bloomington to interview us and check out one of our practices. He asked us questions, we answered, and then he edited our answers to make us sound pretty cool. Thanks Kevin!
Check out the interview, and get a sneak peek at one of the new tunes we’re working on for Year Two. Then go check out the article here.
Thanks to all of our awesome fans and friends on Facebook, we were declared:
Winner of the Holodeck Halloween Party Costume Contest
This is the first costume contest for StarTrek.com, and we are excited to have been included and to have been able to take first place. In taking this honor, we have been featured on the homepage of their website, so be sure to check out StarTrek.com and their home on Facebook to see our pic and for all kinds of great Star Trek info!
A couple weeks ago, the lovely and talented Jennifer Parker took some pictures for us, and as you can see, we had a good time. If you go to our “What is Five Year Mission?” page to the right, you can check out a few more pics, and we’ll have our photo gallery set up soon. So keep coming back to see what we post!