Aarrggh! I’m trapped in a facebook-twitter satanic vortex of promotional promises and the cd ain’t even out yet. My life is on life support.

Opening The Bob Seger Tour

When you play a show, particularly a big show like last night with Bob Seger, everything moves fast. It’s a heightened reality with a thousand mini-events removed from ordinary life—all part of why I love it and why my band members love it. What stays with you is the feeling the music gives you, how well you connected with the faces in …

Radio Head’s “Creep”

This is another piece from Between The Ground & God, a collection of writings published in book form in 2005 by Ridgeway Press. This piece first appeared in the Metro Times in 1994.Radiohead’s “Creep” is an amazing record; it may be post-punk rock’s most fully realized link with the varied elements of early rock and roll. Even though Radiohead writer/singer Thom Yorke …