Welcome to an accumulation of my experiences and inner thoughts. There’s a lot of them, and I try to keep it interesting. I’m simultaneously an organized professional and an old soul rock and roll lover. Please use the tabs in the right hand corner and explore!
Every time I go to Danny Clinch’s Transparent gallery in Asbury Park I can rest assured that he, Tina Kerekes and Rachel Ana Dobken will curate a day full of killer jams. However, I was never expecting to hear what may be one of the greatest two-piece bands in existence right now. The London … Continue reading The London Souls sold me in Asbury
If you haven’t noticed, I rarely care enough to write about new(ish) bands. I’m not sure why… maybe I’m pretentious? Or maybe I only feel compelled to write about artists who have been in my life for a significant amount of time (probably both.) However, this is one of those rare instances where I expected … Continue reading Twin Peaks and Ron Gallo at Baby’s All Right
If you’re around my age there’s probably a few legendary bands or artists that you’ve accepted you will never see. Even the ones that are still alive have reached such an immortal level that tickets are outrageously expensive. Some of my list of un-seeable legends includes Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Roger Waters, and Tom Petty. … Continue reading Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers still got it
In the past few years the brevity of life has smacked me square in the face over and over again. Dying doesn’t scare me. In fact, I’ve always found it somewhat intriguing. However, what does scare me is not getting to relay my gratitude to people who have changed my life before it’s too late. That’s … Continue reading The thank you doodle project