Another thing i kept forgetting to post. The thing about being a genius is it’s hard to keep track of all the amazing shit rushing through my brain. Anywho, Adam Lopez, my good friend, musical mentor, and colleague just joined up with a radass, nation level, busy as hell Denver Rockabilly/Roots band by the name of Mad Dog & The Smokin’ J’s. You want to see this band. They are kicking off a pretty huge tour any day now, through Colorado, AZ, CA, and probably a lot other places as well. For details check out http://adamlopezmusic.com/mad_dog_and_the_smokin_js/ for their ridiculously packed tour schedule, and band bio. Don’t forget to check out the rest of the site for Artist info, Adam’s Blog, Tips, Tricks, Guitar Lessons, Music, and whatever else a man that could kill another man using only the awesome power of guitar (i’ve seen it) thinks about.
Big week coming up for me! By the end of this week, you can expect to be able to read: My review of the Zoom H2n digital field recorder, which i will be picking up tomorrow, and testing at band practice and the gig, a review of how the first Goodnight, Stranger show went, hopefully an interview with the band, rehearsal/gig recordings, and more. Anyone have any good stories of their first gig with a a new band, or any comments on digital field recorders?
This friday, 5/18@The Triple Nickel with the new ben franklins, pretty mouth and bryan hartley! COME ON OUT
and don’t forget to add the new band page!
You heard it here first, I’m starting a solo recording project, in which I will be recording all instruments and vocals myself. I’m calling it BlackLung.
It will consist of my experimentation with all varieties of musical instruments, and every song i’ve ever wanted to write.
P.S.> WHOMP WHOMP
Well it looks like my sick leave is coming to a close, and I couldn’t be happier! Time to get back on that horse and ride. I will be resuming work on the debut album with Adam Lopez & His Mighty LoCasters, playing shows, and getting Goodnight, Stranger ready to perform. Look to this site for details on both projects!
A horrifying look deep inside the mind of an upright bassist.