SHOWS AND WRITING:
What a week. Liz Phair is back after a decade. As if her book wasn’t enough. Can’t wait to read it. Recently finished Jeff Tweedy’s, The Replacements, and Beastie Boys books. Who says things happen in 3’s. Speaking of The Mats – I’m sure you knew I would play more of the box set this … Read More
Another week of us trying to find you a NEXT, new favorite song. How are we doing? Glorious noise from: Harry Nilsson, Sturgill Simpson, The Replacements, REM, Prince, Black Pumas, Christone Kingfish Ingram, The Who, Mojo Bozo’s Electric Circus, The Chats, Supergrass, Thanks for listening and thanks again to Ocean 98 for putting next on … Read More
I’m a dolt. I had this done…and didn’t hit publish. Hello Lovers of new music. I appreciate that you listen to the NEXT. There’s a lot of great music and a lot of places you can find new music. The fact you listen to NEXT means quite a bit. It warms my heart. Even the … Read More
Wow. It’s been awhile. So I’m dropping the 13 songs and just randomly went through my music adding a bunch of songs. This what came up. This is what I’m going with. Enjoy it all. 34 songs. 2 hours 21 minutes. So yeah, a wee bit more than 13 songs. Making up for lost time. … Read More
I listened to a lot of Eddie Money in High School. A bit in college. College – that was grunge time though. Seattle took over quite quickly. There are a few college friends that probably thought about me after hearing the news. I know he (or his people) followed me on Twitter. That was a … Read More
I’m late. So let’s get to the music. Thanks for listening. Next is your place for new music discovery. Our goal is to find you – a NEXT, new favorite song. How are we doing? Thanks for listening and thanks again to Ocean 98 for putting next on the radio. New music discovery is important … Read More
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Friends of Next
Life without friends would be a lonely place. The internet without links would also be a lonely place.
Or as a man much wiser than me once said
“A man’s growth is seen in the successive choirs of his friends.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
Or Maybe “Friendship is a single soul dwelling in two bodies.”
So please visit my friends and by helping them we can grow together.