I've heard that about him, very cool...It would be very interesting to hear his take on your song "How 'Bout I Slap Your Shit"!
saw Hank III in detroit, got to meet him after! even gave him a Weirdonia t-shirt!
He's the most humble and nice guy i've ever met, gotta make it to one of his shows again
Saw Mick Jones and Paul Simonon playing The Clash songs, joined by Primal Scream, pretty memorable night.
Last night my band (The Scarred) played with Flexx Bronco, Los Creepers, Barb Wire Dolls, Evacuate, and Fiction reform. Some more rock, some more punk, but still it was a fun show. It got filmed and the footage is supposed to be online soon. I'll share. :D
My boyfriend and I recently saw Vanilla Fudge at Penn's Peak in Jim Thorpe, PA. They were amazing, I'd highly recommend seeing them!
oh sweet jesus.. that would easily be the most fun i've had in my life, hearing a star like that play my song... COUNTRY STYLE!
joey fuckup said:
It would be very interesting to hear his take on your song "How 'Bout I Slap Your Shit"!
Total Control and Komplications Tomorrow in Paris !! yeah
but i miss Iceage tonight due to a rehearsal !
Not much going on , really. I can't even think of any shows I've just got to go to. I'd go see Motorhead , but ,they're opening for Megadeth , and the venue has terrible acoustics (You may say that would'nt matter with Motorhead , trust me , it does.).
Best shows of 2011 - Jerry Lee Lewis and Question Mark and The Mysterians , BOTH playing at the top of their game, and on the same night !
A VERY close second - Michael Monroe - "ROCK LIKE FUCK !!!".
Tied for second place - Black Oak Arkansas.
Also very good shows included : The Fleshtones (Only 30 people showed. FOR SHAME.) , The Cynics ( About 40 people made it. FOR SHAME. Chicago has this Garage - o- centric self - image , but these two still - great bands , AND ? and The Mysterians are'nt even drawing 50 people.) , Kid Congo and The Pink Monkey Birds (Opening for Jim Jones Review , whom I'd love , if they were'nt always playing in the red. I know painfully loud , undiscernible guitar and bass parts are so "Garage" , but even Thee Hypnotics were'nt this gratuitous . ), Motorhead with Reverend Horton Heat (Even Motorhead knows the art of sound control. ) , The Styrenes (This year's model featured John Morton of The Electric Eels , as well as Paul Marotta of the Eels and Mirrors , and Jamie Klimek of The Mirrors.), Pierced Arrows , etc.
Kinky Friedman about a week ago.
And a couple of weeks before that I saw Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears. I shot this video: