2017 Kia Sorento Brochure PDF Download

Hi guys, I had to dig around to find the 2017 Brochure for the Kia Sorento, so I figured I’d just make a post to make it easier to find. The 2018 and 2016 brochures come up easily and there are trim differences between the 2017 and 2018. I was surprised that Kia hid this in such a strange part of the site, but, here it is:


Download 2017 KIA Sorento – Features & Functions Guide PDF Manual

Download 2018 KIA Sorento – Features and Functions Guide PDF Manual



New Wrist Bands, for those of you I can’t see on Tour.

I realize that I am not getting to most of the country, and these wrist bands will probably all be gone by the time I get back from tour, so Im setting side a few and making them available here for “Full Hearters” throughout the country, (World?), at your request. 🙂

Wrist Bands
(2 of em) 1 Red / 1 Purple $5.00 USD
2 of em - Red/Black $5.00 USD
2 of em Purple/Black Bands $5.00 USD
1 Red $3.00 USD
1 Black $3.00 USD

Top 10 things you should know about visiting New York in 2012

The top 10 things you should know about visting New York, by Dion Roy

I have a lot of friends/fans/family who come into the city with no clue, so in an effort to save a few new friends from making the same mistakes, I’m going to give my top 10 tips for visting NYC. Now when you come visit for a show or for vacation, you can’t say “Dion, you should’ve told me.”
I’m not a travel expert, so this is by no means meant to be taken seriously, but my fellow New Yorkers should get a kick out of this.

  • 1. Mama Sbarros – At the top of the list, goes Sbarro. I realize that many of you aren’t familiar with it or what it is. What’s important to know is what it isn’t, and thats Italian Food.
  • 2. Olive Garden – Same rules as above, the Times Square Olive Garden also isn’t Italian food. Unless you are in the mood for Salad and Breadsticks as a meal.
  • 3. The Lower East Side, is not the “East Village”. If you are South of Houston on the East side, it is the Lower East Side. North of Houston on the East side is the East Village. This brings me to my next point.
  • 4. How-stin – Forget everything you learned in Grade school U.S. Geography. The major street running East to West just above Canal street is… Houston. Say After me. HOW-STIN. The ginormous city in Texas is – HEW-STON. HOW. HEW. Make this mistake and it will be held against you for years.
  • 5. She’s got legs. – My little rule of thumb, if you are less than a 5 minute walk from your next destination. Walk. If that’s too far for you, you should go back to Philly.
  • 6. The Yellow ones don’t stop, or slow down. – That yellow blur you see coming at you at 90 Miles an hour is in fact a Taxi. This taxi driver IS on the phone, most likely in deep conversation with a friend in a foreign country. She/He’s pretty sure that they can blame your death on you if you decide to linger in the crosswalk against the light.
  • 7. Wheels of Death – This is a bit politicized at the moment, but in the past year or 2, New York decided that it would be a great idea to move parking spots into the middle of an Avenue so that there’s a dedicated lane for Bikers. In theory, nice. In practice, death. I have seen many Bikers drive right into an open cab door, so when you get out of the cab look out for people on bikes first. They are also probably on the phone, and hate you because you are in a car.
  • 8. Do not stay in Times Square, Do Not bring a camera to Times Square, Do Not touch anything at Times Square. In general, avoid Times Square. Walk through it once then get the heck out of there, and while you are walking through, stay to the right, don’t walk dead center with your eyes in the air and drool coming through your mouth. Also – no english is spoken at Times Square.
  • 9. Local New Yorkers walk at an average speed of 40MPH. If you are a slow walker, you might want to invest in a good pair of shoes to keep up with your friends / not get trampled to death. They are in a hurry all the time, and appear to have blinders on. We are still generally nice people, and 99 of 100 will give you directions, and at least 1 of 100 will give you directions that aren’t in the opposite direction of where you are going.
  • 10. When in doubt, It’s probably pee. Probably Rat Pee.

Have something that should have made this list? Leave it in the Comments below so I can delete it.



Dion Roy at Gramercy Theatre August 29th w/ Tyler Hilton & Ryan Cabrera – ALL AGES – Rock The Schools Benefit

BTF Concerts presents: Rock the Schools Benefit!


PERFORMANCES: Dion Roy, Tyler Hilton, Ryan Cabrera, Locksley and Val Emmich

WHEN: Monday August 29th – Doors at 6:30PM

TICKETS: Get your discounted tickets in advance @ http://www.btfconcerts.com/ or on Ticketmaster after July 7th.

Help keep MUSIC in the schools!

If you have any other questions email – dionroymusic@amp3pr.com or visithttp://facebook.com/dionroymusic

The Rock the Schools Concert will raise funds to support music programs in NY State Public Schools.

Many schools in New York have been faced with major budget cuts and have been at risk of having music departments cut all together.

Come out for this unforgettable night of music and show your support!

What’s New at Camp Dion? New Music, Free Grooveshark Promo, and Tacos.

Just a quick recap –

1. West Coast Tour – July 15thish (LA, San Diego, San Fran, Phoenix”) w/ Josiah Leming & Dion Roy

2. Get yourself a Grooveshark Anywhere Promo Code for 3 free months of service at –>  Grooveshark Promo Code

3. South/East Coast Mini Tour – August 4th-August 15th – Details TBA, July 29th in Trumbull CT as part of the Block Party. –> http://facebook.com/dionroymusic 

4. “Today” Cover (Smashing Pumpkins) now on iTunes

5. New Album Dion Roy “Welcome Home” (Featuring Josiah Leming & Tyler Hilton)now on iTunes

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