Tag Archives: Northampton

Busy Friday

On Friday, July 11th, I’ll be at the opening of the LOOK 4 show at FOE Gallery in Northampton…

…then I’ll be skedaddlin’ over to Easthampton to play a show with The Demographic at Luthier’s Co-op – one of the finest establishments I’ve had the pleasure of playing at.

My painting(s) will be up at FOE until August 3. The Demographic is always around waiting to be listened to online. Maybe I’ll see ya!

Three Upcoming Things

1. DESIGN: I will be giving a little presentation at FOE Gallery in Northampton on Sept 26th. Topics to be discussed: Graphic design, writers, funny TV shows, musicians, people who jam econo.

2. COMICS: I will be selling comics and whatnot at the Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo 2013 in Boston on Sept 28th and 29th. (Facebook)

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3. ROCK: The Demographic plays an increasingly un-rare acoustic set on Saturday, October 5th at Luthier’s Co-op in Easthampton, Massachusetts.

Come and say hello to me.

Transperformance 2013

This year’s Transperformance theme was BEYOND BOB: Cover songs by any musician or band with a member named Bob. I joined up with UNICORN as a rhythm guitarist for a fast 5 song Replacements set. Unfortunately, we lost our lead guitarist a week before the gig. BUT WE MUDDLED ONWARD! Muddled right into a rain storm at the outdoor Pines Theater at Look Park. No one got electrocuted or anything.

Nice and sloppy.

Thanks to Dan, Jeff, and Cher for the video-taking.

REKKIDZ

After periodically thinking it’d be a cool thing to do, I finally dragged my old turntable upstairs and set it up in my office. Records! LPs! Wax! Vinyl! Whatever-you-calls-‘em. I’m excited to have this often-ignored part of my music collection back at my fingertips. Hopefully it’ll encourage me to not sit like a lump in this chair for hours at a stretch. I commemorated my first day of listening by picking up a few 12″s at Turn It Up!.

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Letter To The Editor

DEAR EDITORS OF THE DAILY HAMPSHIRE GAZETTE:
I am disappointed (and frankly appalled) that in this day and age, your puritanical editorial tendencies would cause you to “creatively edit” today’s Family Circus with an “accidental” ink smear. Continue reading