Listening to the new Slash album. It pretty much rocks, in a better-than-mainstream-but-still-mainstream kind of way.
Been doing PR for a band that’s about to release a new album. More info on this to come once it gets closer to the big date. I also might be playing keyboards and doing backup vocals for the band, depending on how rehearsals go. We’ll see.
Drinking Brooklyn Lager in Brooklyn. It’s finally happened: I’ve switched from wine to beer because I can’t afford wine (except for the $3.99 Trader Joe’s bottles). Plus wine always gets me way too drunk too quickly. So beer is the slower way to go. Usually I’m too freakin’ full after a couple beers to drink anymore. So everybody wins–my liver, my brain, my wallet…
I still don’t have a full-time job. I’m on food stamps. And can I just say, God bless food stamps. Only downside is that you can’t buy essential things like toilet paper, toothpaste, and soap with them. I guess that’s what Welfare is for, but I’m not on Welfare.
Other upcoming things to be aware of: New Rufus Wainwright album scheduled for April 20 release. (That’s my half-birthday.) Holy Grail plays Irving Plaza (which I guess means The Fillmore?) Sunday 4/25.
Scandalous news: Killola and Bitch were supposed to perform a concert last night in Lincoln, NE, at some place called The Grove, but the club owner thought Killola’s poster was too offensive and cancelled the show.
That’s all for now, folks. Stick with me, and you’ll hear about all the cool things I can’t afford to do.
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