It's really great to hear from you. I've often wondered where you went after Indy. Well, at least it's a dry heat, right? You ever hear from Bill down in Bisbee? What's PHX like?
I'm at the Walker Art Center,…"
"Oh, you're a member of the Brotherhood. Great. I only just started acting in '04. I like it a lot. I still play guitar every so often, with friends, but never actually joined a band or really played in public, except I've provided a…"
I'm into puppets, metal work, design and production. I am currently the Crew Chief/Stage Manager/Tech Director for Events and Media Production at the Walker Art Center.
What bands are you or have you been in?
Rump Rangers (Hoe-Down Syndrome etc), LD-50, Disney Fixtures, Truckadelics (briefly), Sick City ... Some others I may be forgetting. I have only done one band since leaving Indiana, "Never Been To Memphis", a short lived colaboration with a bunch of fellow Minneapolis low-lifes - which was fun. Now there is so much great music coming out around the country that I prefer to enjoy it as a listener and occasionally from the circle pit. Did anybody see the Anti-Flag/Briggs/Street Dogs tour? Hellacious!
Oh, you're a member of the Brotherhood. Great. I only just started acting in '04. I like it a lot. I still play guitar every so often, with friends, but never actually joined a band or really played in public, except I've provided a little background music on a few Folding Chair plays.
Austin is great but way too crowded now. I am actually outside of Denton at this point...not doing anything too exciting...trying to figure out what's eating my pepper plants while keeping my kids from disemboweling each other.....well I guess it is exciting sometimes...I get to travel quite a bit which can be cool but way sucky too...gearing up for 8 weeks in Cairo....I'm glad you finally showed up dude!
Working at a college library, not getting an English degree. Writing. Marcus Geduld is here too, and he has a theatre company. I've done several plays with them. I'm lucky to have an in like that, because I don't actually have a Theatre degree either. You've been *very* musical, seems like. I'm looking forward to hearing some. I'm flying out to B'ton to see my sister and my nephew from 22 July to 1 August, but the rest of the summer I should be in NYC. Hope we can meet up!
"I thought a 2nd reading would help - nope, article doesn't make a connection between the DCs and Al's. Although I'd guess they may have played there a time or 2. Don't recall if I had them at Bullwinkle's. Probably the next…"
"Hey you forgot the pre-Cohen owners and location. Anyway, the party after the X show was at Mahern's house. Don Bonebrake played a xylophone - I have no idea why there was one at Mahern's house. Just like the X song, I passed out on the…"