liveontomorrow.co.uk

An unofficial fan site for the US singer / songwriter Juliana Hatfield.

That's all you need to know.


Read on only if you're a masochist.

the history bit:

liveontomorrow.co.uk began in May 2006, inspired by Juliana's shows at London's Bush Hall, her first live performances in the UK for over ten years. It started as a place for fans to share memorabilia and provide a digital home for press articles from the early years.  It has evolved since then into the general fansite / news blog it is now. 

Contributors to the site (content, technical help, permission for their photos) include Craig Scrogie, Carsten Pedersen, Lieve Neven, Andrew Kieschnick, Glenn Forster, Mat Horton, Charlie Pritchard, Carlos Lopez and David Young. The site is adminstered by Craig Scrogie.

Comments, submissions and nonsense can be sent here.

the techy history bit:

To coincide with the release of the How To Walk Away album and Juliana's book When I Grow Up the site moved to from its static html origins to a dynamic version in September 2008. It underwent a further revamp in September 2009 with a change of host and platform to Squarespace, where it has been tinkered with ever since. It eventually became a mobile friendly responsive site in January 2015 in time for the return of The Juliana Hatfield Three.

the legal bit:

The site is a non-profit, non-sponsored* resource created by and intended for fans of Juliana Hatfield. It is not an official Juliana Hatfield site.  Its aim is to provide Juliana related news and an archive of material for a community of her fans and help promote her work. The site encourages purchase of her records from official outlets and Juliana’s record labels. Links to online stores appear to highlight the availability of recorded material where known, and not as an endorsement of the stores themselves*

Some content is considered to be public domain and in some cases republished without permission but from original promotional material and out of print / deleted sources. News articles link to their source where relevant, particularly where scaled down photographs are used from original content sites. It is not the intention to infringe on any copyright or harm the commercial, personal or artistic rights of any party.

Upon receipt of written contact by email from any author/copyright owner regarding any of the published content, this site will, at its discretion, amend or withdraw the content as appropriate at the soonest opportunity. Indeed, this site encourages contact from copyright holders, photographers etc in order that the credit can be given where relevant.

Other contributions and images submitted to this site remain the copyright and property of the author, and must not be downloaded, copied, distributed, shared, reproduced or displayed elsewhere without the prior written consent of the author.

Submissions may be altered unless expressly requested otherwise by the contributor. Submission is  however not a guarantee of publication.  This site reserves the right to reject submissions.

The views and comment to be found on this site, with particular reference to the press articles, are not necessarily the views of this site or endorsed by this site. Every effort is made to ensure that information is accurate but this site will not accept any legal responsibility for the consequences of reliance on the information for any errors or omissions that may be made.

Links to external sites (including embedded media from third party sites) are provided in good faith where they are considered relevant and this site cannot be held responsible for the content hosted by these sites.

*amazon.co.uk links are affiliated to the site admin and contribute (in a negligible way) to the cost of running this site and for new purchases help Juliana too.