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I got back to Atlanta on Wednesday, got to bed at two a.m, or so, then was up the next morning and back to the Day Job. Hi, boss! Eight a.m.? No Problem!
After work, I met up with Music Hates You and we went back to Atlanta to play the Drunken Unicorn […]
After the Costa Mesa Massacre, Tricia and I sat in the back of the bus and talked about everything that went wrong and how frustrating it was for her to try to undo the damage and slip past security at the same time. It’s gotta be tough being a woman and a front of […]
Well, because it was my least favorite show of the tour, thanks for asking. I can explain why, and it has nothing to do with the performances of the band members directly, but what happened to our monitor mix right before we went on…
[UPDATE] I spoke to someone in the Furs organization […]
After our show in San Diego, we loaded up the bus and headed north towards San Francisco. For my east coast readers who are geographically challenged on West Coat locations, that’s pretty much the longest drive of this tour. I sat with Amanda in the back lounge of the bus for a few […]
I don’t know why TBogg wasn’t at the show, though. I emailed him a COUPLE of times… maybe he was at the zoo. Ah, well. Maybe he was was ignoring me…
We bused down from Long Beach in the morning. I was late for the bus call because I got my signals crossed with the tour […]
Mars, Bob, Tricia and I drove into LA today to go to SIR and check out our rental gear for the West Coast dates. Taylor at SIR walked me upstairs to see my kit for these dates. It’s going to be a really kickass white pearl DW kit, in the sizes I prefer […]
I totally got sucked into American History X and then M*A*S*H* (the original Robert Altman film) as they played on the seatback screen in front of me…. but I am already ahead of myself. Let me back up to where I left off.
After Boston, we drove all night to Long Island, got […]
OK! It’s been a whirlwind couple of days, so let me try to bring this weblog up to speed with a quickness:
Point Pleasant in New Jersey is the whole concept and ethos of the Jersey Shore incarnate. I had a blast. The venue was sort of a semi-enclosed stage backing up to […]
Buffalo rocked, top to bottom, left to right… Great crowd, great show, I went out with some friends of Mars afterwards and had a great meal in a great bar in a great part of town while a great DJ played all of my new favorite records.
We played some sort of free festival in Gateway […]
I spoke with Hugo Burnham yesterday. For those of you just joining us, he was the drummer who had been picked for this tour before he had to return to the UK for an emergency. He’s back in the States, now. He is bearing up, as is his essential nature. (Hugo doesn’t just have the […]