I filled out the form earlier last week for wanting to join with a show, but have not heard anything yet, so I figured I'd also join the message boards and introduce myself.
I'm Christopher Ambler, and have been a fan of progressive music since, oh, 1980 or so when, at the age of 13, I discovered an 8-track of Emerson Lake and Palmer's "Pictures at an Exhibition" and Yes's "Relayer" in my garage (you know, those 8-tracks that my dad never listened to anymore). I'd already been a huge fan of electronic music, and find it ironic that I knew Rick Wakeman through his solo albums long before I'd ever heard of Yes.
By day, I'm Chief Software Strategist for Demand Media, and my free time is taken-up making my own music and photography - but having put myself through college on-air (about ten years of top-40 experience. It was rough, but it paid the rent and tuition), I miss it. This seems the ideal outlet, and being an Internet geek (I've been working on the Internet since about '87 - yes eighty-seven), I'm quite familiar with the technology.
Any adult supervision possible for the process? Should I just put together a 2-hour-or-so audition show? If so, do I email a link to a large MP3, or post up a link here? I don't mind auditioning in public :-)