I write sometimes. Sometimes people read what I write, but not often.
I like to smell everything in Yankee Candle and pretend I'm traveling to far off lands. I don't like too many "nah nah's" in songs. I like my coffee black.
I recorded a solo album in 1998 with 9 original songs and a cover of "She Came in Through the Bathroom Window" because I knew the chords. Hardly anyone has heard it.
I see you sitting there every morning Leaning to the left as I head east The lonely white birch tree on I-88 I don’t know if I should envy your independence Or sympathize your loneliness I wonder how you got there Stranded on the median of an interstate […]
For the first 36 years of my existence on this earth, I was relatively healthy. No major sicknesses. No broken bones other than a nose re-adjustment courtesy of a stray elbow to my nose during a pickup basketball game in college. No overnight stays in a hospital and […]
President Obama, Brad Pitt, Tiger Woods, Bono, The Octo Mom, Jon and Kate, Susan Boyle. All world-famous people, no question about it. Each one has millions of admirers in every corner of the globe and many of those admirers would give anything to be that person, just for […]
Ladies and gentlemen, we are gathered here to continue our journey back in time to review the classics of years gone by. Today, we take another look at OutKast’s 1998 album, Aquemini. This album was the Atlanta duo’s 3rd overall and signalled to the hip hop world that […]
Let’s set the scene, shall we? 1987. The music scene is littered with the following: cheesy 80’s pop a la Madonna, The Bangles, Tiffany, Starship; new wave bands trying desperately to hang on to any sort of relevancy a la Duran Duran, The Pretenders, The Cars; white guy […]
I’m a sarcastic prick. I know this and accept it. There’s a part of my brain that’s always on, always observing, always judging, always curious. These thoughts and observations mainly occupy unimportant space in my brain, entertaining me during times of boredom and especially during those all too […]
It’s hard for me to talk about any R.E.M. album without bringing up a little personal history first. In a nutshell, R.E.M. were, quite literally, my guides to a new world of music that has lasted to this day. Allow me to explain. I grew up a child […]