SHOWS AND WRITING:
Song of the Day Awful, cold, rainy day. Time for a bit of the Power Pop. Only 19 years old. Impressive. Wishing him all the best. Remember you can hear the Song of the Day (and other great new tunes) on this week’s new music radio program NEXT. It’s week 578 (an attempt at a … Read More
I knew this week would be hard. Please support these bands…or we wouldn’t have bands like this around to support. Buy an album, or a ticket to a show, or a tee shirt, or…something from them. Thank you. If there are any bands/managers/labels etc that want their music removed (for any reason) please contact me … Read More
Song of the day: Monday I catch a whiff of early Liz Phair. That’s never a bad thing. She is so much more than “Sad Girl/Boys suck”. I hope. Plus it seems like most people are moving to Nashville lately…she’s bucking that trend. She lives in NYC. I may need to search her out for … Read More
Welcome to another week of great new music. Like what you hear? Share it. Please support these bands…or we wouldn’t have bands like this around to support. Buy an album, or a ticket to a show, or a tee shirt, or…something from them. Thank you. If there are any bands/managers/labels etc that want their music … Read More
I am a fan of talent. I’m a bigger fan of good people. Marty Casey is both. I put together a charity concert in Chicago to raise money for a college scholarship our family starting in the honor of my dad who died by suicide. Marty found out about the concert and asked to perform … Read More
We play a game called My 3 Songs. I pick a topic. Present it to my listeners. They chime in with their 3 favorite songs about said topic. This time around “Laughing within a song”. A song that contains some sort of actual laughing. As always NEXTers thank you for your comments and playing along. … Read More
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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.