?

Log in

No account? Create an account

March 4th, 2007

accordion santa

Things that are good

When I was out walking earlier I stopped into a bookstore and noticed that there were books by Paul di Filippo and Rudy Rucker that I didn't own yet, so I snapped them up -- probably won't get to read them for a while, but still very pleasing! (The di Filippo is Shuteye for the Timebreaker, and the Rucker is The Hollow Earth.)

Also while I was out walking I got a call from Keith Munslow in which he said that if I wanted to I should bring CDs for tonight, since he is hoping to set up a merchandise table. (Also, he said that there's about a 50/50 chance he'll ask me to do a second song tonight, so that is exciting!)

So when I came home I finally got around to putting together a new CD of original material, which I named 'Plastic & Thread' for no good reason. I also made a few new copies of 'Imaginary Internet Man'.

The tracklist for my old CD, Imaginary Internet Man, is:

tracklists, for people interested in such thingsCollapse )

Obviously, the old CD is the better deal, but the new one has song songs that people have been asking me about, so I'm glad I finally put it together.

accordion santa

Tuesday evening plans

I ended up playing two songs tonight and had a great time (although I was kind of freaked out during the first song), so, cool. I won't be playing next month (the next show is Sunday April 1) but I plan to go again just to enjoy it!

This coming Tuesday, March 6 at 8 pm one of the actors in the show tonight is performing at Perishable Theatre in a free show. I don't know a whole lot about it; I just have a small handbill which says 'sharptoolstheatre and the 365 national festival bonnie metzger and suzan-lorl parks, producers present 365 Days Plays + performance + art risque bouquet = tues. march 6 8 pm perishable theatre 95 empire street' and it also says 'sharp tools theatre'.

So, anyway, I think I'm going to go.
accordion santa

April 2017

S M T W T F S
      1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
30      

Tags

Powered by LiveJournal.com