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Thursday, October 29, 2009
When your best friend of 10+ years tells you to post a photograph of her amazing and fascinating cat, Charlie Chaplin, you better do it. Consider the photographs above an ode to the dearest Miss Chaplin and yes, to the other crazy cat in my friend's life. Be they my muse?
I have been taking it easy on blogging, but my schedule is moving very forward. I want to mention the bands I will be working with and the musical events I will be attending over the next couple of weeks, because these musical wonders are fun, talented, creative, and at the core of it, very down-to-earth people. Check out my schedule below for details, and maybe I'll see you at a show?
Friday, October 30th: OTiS playing at NYC's The Mercury Lounge at 10pm, $8 to get in if you wear a costume. The band is funk meets rock meets soul, and they will surely put on a great Halloween Eve show.
Saturday, October 31st: "The Last Masquerade", a night of art, music and mayhem. Countless bands, countless hours: should be an amazing time.
Sunday, November 1st: Portraits of band, Sister Anne, ultra cool and funky rock-soul band with an awesomely feisty lead singer with some major vocal chords on her - their next show is Wednesday, November 11th at the studio room of Webster Hall. More details to come on this.
Saturday, November 14th:The one and only: Peaches, playing at Terminal 5, doors open at 8 pm/show at 9pm, advanced tickets $25. I have been a fan of this woman for as long as I can remember: with very controversial and evocative music, bruised legs and occasional facial hair, this Canadian electro/rock/hip-hop vixen spits on the idealogy of what it means to be a musician and a woman.
More shows and events to come; will keep you posted (literally).