It was a great show once again by Sugar, this time for a beach concert in Groton, Connecticut. This is a very popular annual event that draws barefoot dancers, lots of little kids … and beach balls are everywhere!
Practice session 6/27/21,
Mark Urso with Brandon Raimondo on guitar, and Brandon Lanphear doing percussion, performing “He’s Gone” at River Song Music.
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We’re getting ready for a gig in downtown Norwich this Friday, July 2nd. Brandon L. will be playing percussion with me while Brandon R. does some amazing glass-blowing art right on the side of the street!
There’s mean, then there’s mean. I mean professional mean. The kind of mean that can win you a Nobel Prize.
Bob Dylan knows how to do it. This bit of sharply venomous prose is from his professional pen. It was an oddball on his 1975 album “Blood on the Tracks,” because the rest of the album was just plain old fun. On this tune, Bob got a little out of hand. I toned it down Continue reading “Idiot Wind, Mark Urso”
They must have used an A/V recording crew, sent them around the world, and had it all planned out, with Ringo laying down the drum track, then strategically layering everyone, then cutting it up to make the video. Really amazing!
I strongly believe you should have the tacos first. And please understand, you’re not the only one who’s had this problem, wondering if they should have their delicious tacos before breaking off their two-year relationship.
A long time ago, a gang of angry, feral cats broke into the Meriam-Webster building and forged some documents. It was a big scandal; they changed the names of a number of popular foods (Google “Baloneygate”).
The cats later formed a society called the “Dogmatic Watchdogs” – their purpose was to “shepherd the forces that demean felines.” They would meet in unlikely places and cause trouble; boxing rings, on farms, at sled pulls, bear-hunting contests, Continue reading “Why are hot dogs called DOGS?”
(Mountain View, California) Hi-tech rock star Google today announced its contender in the field of musical instruments. The plastic-adorned, aptly-named “Gootar” is expected to hit stores in time Continue reading “Gootar Expected For Christmas”