Booking for exposure part 3: I remember my very first band back in 1968. We had a booking agent that booked just about every gig we ever played. Thereafter, about 75% of the bands I was in, had a booking agent. Even the most recent bands were booked thru an agent. We made decent money and to this day I still get contacted by an agent wanting to book me and my band. But that’s not my secret altho it may be to your advantage to look into one as they can be an invaluable source for input and getting you decent booking that pay money.
Okay, so next time you go talk to a joint owner or the manager tell them that you will m...
Dog Jones: seven days a week and sometimes more
your black and white passes my front door
our eyes meet but neither one speaks
I guess that's the way it's got to be
but just you let some sh** hit the fan
you'll be screamin' law and order
with your gun in your hand
and the fathers cry
dog jones you better leave him alone
dog jones you're comin' on too strong
dog jones mr. police man
dog jones why don't you understand
one hundred fifty thousand strong
brothers who don't seem to get along
the d.a. he claim half of them are black
the ones that ain't in they still gettin' jacked
dog jones ...
made it thru another blizzard: It took me all day yesterday to dig out of this blizzard, still have some to go. I was using a snow thrower but when it petered out on me the rest had to be done with a shovel. There were 4 ft. drifts I had to use the shovel on. The winds were howling, the snow drifting with temps at -15°F with -40°F wind chills. Thanks to hollofill™ insulated underwear I didn't even feel the cold.