It’s been a while since I’ve written for Geeks of Doom, but when they posted something about needing Onion style articles for April Fool’s Day…. I couldn’t resist. Here is the link to the article:
BTW, the picture is of my son’s band, but the article is fiction. What can I say? I needed an image and…where else was I gonna find such an appropriate bunch of goofballs?
My new Geeks of Doom article is live. I really found this woman fascinating and love what she is doing to bring back the community and for the music scene. Please click through and let me know what you think.
Thanks to those who read my Regrettes article yesterday. I’m still writing for Geeks of Doom as well. Here is my most recent article on designer, dancer and rock star Kelly Maglia. Hope you enjoy!
I think on every music scene there is one person that everyone is going to meet sooner or later, and Bruce Duff happens to be that person. It probably all owes to the fact that he is not only in several bands but has also worked in just about every capacity possible behind the music scene as well. Interested? You can read more about Bruce here.
Tis the season! Yes, we may seem dark, doomy and miserable, but even metalhead’s need gifts for the holidays. Here is my annual list of recommendations. It’s funny…I promise!
My newest Geeks of Doom article is live. My old friend Steven Blush is a published author now. I think think what he’s doing is awesome. You can read about it here.
My latest Geeks of Doom article published yesterday. It’s about another family rock band that’s actually playing The Troubadour with us tomorrow night (can I get a holla from my L.A. peeps?). You can read it here.
This week’s Geeks of Doom article is published. It’s a pretty juicy one. Read here and share your thoughts if you are so inclined.
Hello! I’m posting my latest Geeks of Doom article. Not quite as juicy as my others but may appeal to musicians, particularly those who are interested in singing. You can read it here.
No, It’s not me…ha, ha! I would have loved that status but missed my chance when I moved to L.A. ….not that anyone would have been likely to induct me anyway. Well, here is my actual interview for the week about a really amazing woman who supports the arts and tries to keep the NY scene alive. You can read it here.