Feb 24 Belly Up!

Hey freaks. I may be in Calgary 🇨🇦 right now but I’m a traveling man.

I get to play a show in San Diego California – well, actually Solana Beach Ca. At The Belly Up.

Feb 24 – Saturday night.

Heaps of special guests.

It’s my 9th annual 50th Bday bash.

Steve Poltz

The Rugburns

Anya Marina

Megan Slankard

Amber Rubarth

Tim Flannery

Jeff Berkley

And you never know who else will show up.

Photo by the wonderful Stacie Huckeba

Tix here

Thanks Cayamo!

Photo by Stacie Huckeba

Hey folks! I had a blast on Cayamo. What a trip on a cruise ship. Nonstop music night and day. Good vibes brigade all around me. I’d never been on a cruise ship before. It sure was fun with all the cool folks that attended. Cayamo has the nicest sweetest music lovers. They’re everywhere.

I want to thank you from the depths of my twisted heart. Much love to all. xoxo


The sidewalk in my mind

There’s a sidewalk in my mind that has the prettiest little daisies growing through the cracks. And all the bees are buzzing and there’s honey being manufactured underground.

I love honey. But not too much. I sideways love honey.

Here are my reasons-

1. Honey helps me out with my allergies. Local honey is a gift from Hashem. It helps my peepers stay clear so I can look at the parking lot with new eyes.

2. I love the way Bobby Goldsboro’s voice sounds on this 1968 gem of a song. Honey. So damn good. Went to number 1!

3. Honey starts with the letter h. H is the 8th letter in the ALPHAbet. ALPHA is the 1st letter of the Greek Alphabet and I once heard Joni Mitchell sing about meeting a redneck on a Grecian isle. Therefore Greek people like to bet their Alpha. Plus if you misspell alpha it comes out Alapha. (I don’t know what any of this means but I like the way it all sounds together.)

4. When I was a kid I owned Hot Wheels and baseball cards. One time I spilled honey on my Bert Blyleven Minnesota Twins baseball card and it stuck to my favorite 1971 Hot Wheel Evil Weevil VW desert bug. They both caught on fire when I was playing with matches in the garage. I was able to kind of save them but the car is melted and Bert’s card is charcoal. Plus, I got grounded for playing with matches.

5. My mind just shut down.

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