So, I thought we'd gotten over this problem, but it appears we haven't. We have two band members who get very excited about some of our gigs and have a history of each overusing the band's FB page. It just wasn't coordinated and they would both post daily as the band sometimes. 'Show on Wednesday at Pug's Dive Bar'. 'Come see our show at Pugs on Weds'. 'Show tonight'. 'I'm going to the show'. 'Thanks for coming'. 'Thanks for bringing desserts so and so'. 'Here's a dimly lit video of our band at Pug's Dive that features a distorting camcorder mic and Cloverfield-esque camera movement'. I heard complaints from fans that this was spammy, and shoot, I thought it was spammy. So we had a band chat and rules were laid. Only one post a week. No promoting shows earlier than a week before etc. It worked well. Our page was in radio silence for nearly a month. We're headlining a big local place on Weds, mostly because the venue wanted us to. And we're the only local band and the only draw. I have no delusions that we're gonna be able to pack this place, because we won't. We talked about it at our last rehearsal and agreed to wait 'til Sunday to post it so that people will remember it. So, I get on FB today and 'lo and behold, somebody's gotten excited. No mention of our show this week. Instead we're promoing a big local band's new single and talking 'bout how we're going to open for them for their CD release at the exact same venue in 3 weeks and it's gonna be awesome. And it will be, as there are 3 bands (including us) that mostly headline and have good draws and the other two alone would sell the place out. But seriously, this hurts our draw at our headliner this week. Why come out to see us and some out-of-town band you've never heard of when you can wait a couple weeks and see us at the same venue with two very established local bands? We don't even really need to promo that show. This week we're fighting to not play to an empty club.