Monday, June 23, 2008

"Scratch any cynic and you'll find a disappointed idealist"

Thanks to all for supporting us this past weekend on our threefer! Starting off Thursday at L'Etage, picking up a surprise show Friday in Phoenixville, and rounding it all out in Chris' back yard with big ole barbecue with friends and family. Expect an assembly of visual oddities to surface on our website very shortly. There was everything from a post-grad dance party invasion to drunken men channeling Bono while vocalizing to our songs to cornhole in the backyard (wow, that sounds bad. Cornhole is bean bag toss to everyone else but eastern Pennsylvanians and New Jerseyans.)

But again, with the good news comes the bad. George Carlin has died. Being in a band while faced with adversity, second only to "What Would Andy Kaufman Do?" is "What Would George Carlin Do?" in axioms to help young artists fight a world of BS with more BS.

I wonder if they'll play "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television" in a glitzy, star-studded tribute during primetime now. If so, my how times have changed!

be well,

ps- we're going to incubate for a little now and tighten up some new songs for you, as well as attempt to record some of the new ones (on demand!!)

1 comment:

M.Sedlar said...

First Tim Russert, then Stan Winston, and now George Carlin. Truly sad.