Monday, April 20th, 2009 4:04 PM
Movie soundtrack again.
Well, I just finished up the soundtrack for a short film "Noon Whistle" which was filmed out in L.A. It turned out really nice.
Tuesday, October 19th, 2004 11:38 AM
Two shows in October stand out. I won't say where.....
I show up early and it's pretty quiet. A few regulars. I play three or for songs. I am wallpaper. I'm thinking it's going to be an early night and light on tips. The beer is free.
As the evening progresses the crowd grows increasingly large and increasingly younger. They are liking my original music. It's an open mic night so anything goes.
By the time the first singer shows the bar is packed with college students.
to be continued...
Saturday, May 1st, 2004 12:00 PM
I've had a series of shows at The Catamount in Santa Fe and it's been quite an experience. When I lived in L.A., you played for 45 minutes, hopefully got paid, and hoped to play again in the next month or so.
Out here I've played the same club for 10 weeks, 3 hours a night. It's been great fun and I've learned why they call Santa Fe "The City Different". Like...
The night when the girl came in wearing go-go boots and a tiara made of flowers.
The night when my wife almost got into her first bar fight (funny for those of you who know Lori).
The night when I was forced to sing La Bamba in a cartoon voice.
The night when a fun group from Houston came to see the "voice of Michel Bolton" as I was so advertised in the local paper. They wanted to hear me sing "The Thong Song" which, of course, I did not know.
The night my brother came to town and sat in with me for a rousing rendition of "Jessie's Girl" (yes, the Rick Springfield song).
The next week when there was a large group who kept yelling out requests for 80's songs. (Where was my brother then).
The guy who invited the ladies at the bar (including my wife) to join him in a M