Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Friday, October 28, 2011
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
all of the local events, "festivals," along with other things will be listed. Make sure to check it out... John Putnam Day Saturday Sept 17th...
C.R. Gig coming up fairly soon...
Feeding Tube Records Northampton, MA
Sunday Sept. 11th, 2011
Feeding Tube O'Clock (usually 9)
Ti Femme (http://soundcl
Thats all for now...
Thursday, August 18, 2011
PARADISE CAMP 23
BABY JESUS BURNOUT
THE GEORGE MEYERS EXPLOSION
Saturday, August 6, 2011
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
July 27th, 2011
Frozen Corn (Chris, Josh and I)
Peoples Pint Greenfield, MA
July 29th, 2011
Flywheel, Easthampton, MA
costs money starts at 7:30
August 6th am playing a benefit to Save the Dam, for the Swift River Preservation Society, and a duel cause for Tornado Relief, right on the Swift out in Ware. No clue about time yet, or who else is playing...
Recording a new full length with zac and ian heading back to the studio Thursday to do some bass, extra guitars/instruments, and singing. As yet unnamed... The Crystalline Roses/Heaven and Earth Magic lineup, with Ian hitting some drums for us. So far we have 10 songs, that are the bare bones pallets over there at Chill Air studios in Leverett with Chill Will... Frozen Corn stuff has also been mixed down to a first mix... and the Instrumental is tentatively done, thanks to Kevin Gebo...
Saturday, June 18, 2011
Last but not least Gluebag is playing July 3rd at an undisclosed location. Yes we are going to play again to celebrate D-moneys return to the east coast...
Thursday, June 2, 2011
not sure what time it starts
Chris North Dream Quartet
Going to try and have some new CDRs at this gig, various collected demos for the past fall/winter/spring...
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Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Frozen Corn are playing our first show, me, josh and chris playing some old time/folk tunes. Its Thursday (5/12) at Open Mouth night at the Elevens. Shows usually get going around 10. Going to be a late night for me...
One Happy King/Goat Boy/THE Crystalline Roses/The Terribles. 8ish down at the Diamond Lanes in Palmer, MA. Not sure how much it costs or anything, but Zac is back from NC and has agreed to bring the organ and some other instruments so it should be fun. And if you go you can pick up a One Happy Tape off of one of the Kings.
Gluebag are in talks for a reunion gig July 2nd with the Outdates and One Happy King hopefully. More info as it filters in from across the states where the other guys are sprawled out and across western mass as we confirm bands and a space.
I am in the thought process of a post recording CDR. It may be a split with Anthony P. (ex-The Yankee Entertainer) or it may be a collection of oddities, or it may be a comp of both. But one thing is sure expect a lot of banjos. After doing all this guitar stuff I need to get back to what I learned how to play music on. Show with MV EE/Family Underground, was alright, I was slightly terrified while playing due to the demons dancing in my head and my fingers getting crossed up apologies for that. MV EE played a pretty diverse set with John M and Ron S, groovers, trancers, laid back feedback, nice set and Family Underground were LOUD. Grab a copy of that new MV EE Country Stash LP.....
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
May 1st w. Family Underground & MV EE at Feeding Tube Records
May13th w. One Happy King, TBA, Diamond Junction Bowling Lanes Palmer, MA
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
And while on the topic of 1920s music and heroes... Frank, Kim, and Mike also known as The Little Brothers have put out a mind-blowing CD of country blues. And none of that "Fancy picking on fancy Chinese Martins" (Pat from the back of the CD). Check it out/support, you can probably still order there first one on CDbaby(link is for the new one, but search around for that other one). Also they were interested in having a vinyl release of that album so if you can help them out, get in touch, www.donegone.net....A video of them playing one of my favorite cuts on the album, "New Bumblebee Blues"
I am doing nothing, I can barely play after the surgery, it hurts and I gave up on the last demos I was working on. No shows coming up or anything. Just lots of listening. There is a show in the works for May actually.
Saturday, February 5, 2011
Love is a Stranger
Gallery opening and reception with the artists from 5:00 - 8:00pm
OPENING RECEPTION: Multi-media Group exhibit exploring the theme of Love, from ecstasy to neurosis, elation to grief, familial, romantic, mystical. Featuring the work of Maggie Nowinski http://maggienowinski.com/ Angela Zammarelli http://little-lungs.blogspot.com/ Josh Burkett fotolog.com/jibbajub Erin Newman-Long http://erinlong.carbonmade.com/ Tony Pasquarosa (Crystalline Roses) http://crystallineroses.blogspot.com/ Janice Young, Luke Cavagnac http://www.invisiblefountain.com/ Born in 1973 in Northampton, Massachusetts. Paints a lot and plays rock & roll. Opened The Invisible Fountain (Easthampton, Mass.) as a place to display art in 2003. Went to college. Has a family. Favorite color: rainbow. Ted Lee, Allison Ginsberg http://allitron.tumblr.com/ Remy Zbel http://rzbel.tumblr.com/ Chris Dooley Sita Magnumson Event is free and open to the public. Post-reception show in the ballroom to follow at 8:00pm (admission $7.00, with $2.00 off admission if you bring something sweet to share). Show includes video screenings from award-winning filmmakers, an Instant Cinema performance from New York City-based Naval Cassady, poetry of Lea Banks (All of Me, Booksmyth Press 2008), and musical performances by Crystalline Roses, Satan's Answering Machine, Timecard, and others. Image copyright Erin Newman-Long, courtesy of the artist.
TWILIGHT PEAKS, ROBBIE BASHO
I have been listening a lot to Robbie Basho's Twilight Peaks album. It is one of his last efforts and it really radiates a soul that seems to reach out of the speakers. The playing is a little bit more melodious and less frantic than a lot of the earlier stuff, even when he is tremolo picking something about it seems to be moving on air. As much as I love Basho's earlier stuff and his unique voice, I find myself coming back to this album again and again. I think what is unique about it is the fact that sometimes even if I am not in the mood to listen to Robbie Basho I can always throw this album on.
If anyone ever finds this tape/cd I would love a copy. thanks.