April 13, 2006


Hey, thanks to everyone who came out to the Cody's party on Tuesday. I don't know about you, but I had a good time.

Here a few more things coming up:

Saturday, April 15, I'll be on the Drinks with Tony show on Pirate Cat Radio. 6pm - 8pm, San Francisco and Los Angeles, 87.9 FM. Streamed online here.
And remember how I wrote and recorded a theme song for Lane Smith's new book John, Paul, George & Ben? Well, I'm going to be tagging along at a couple of his appearances in the Bay Area to play a song or two. It's Lane's show, not mine - I'm just a guest. But if you feel like stopping by, by all means do so. It's a great book, and it should be fun. It'll be like the Bicentennial all over again.
Monday, April 24th, Copperfields Books, 140 Kentucky St., Petaluma, CA. 10 AM. Lane Smith signing, with slight Dr. Frank presence.

Tuesday, April 25th. Hickelbees, 1378 Lincoln Avenue, San Jose, CA. 2-4:30 PM. Lane Smith signing, plus Dr. Frank cameo.

Then this:

Friday, April 28, Annie's Social Club, 917 Folsom St. @ 5th St., San Francisco. 8 PM. (This is the old C.W. Saloon.) Pirate Cat Radio 10th Anniversary Party.

Acoustic set. With the Insaints, the Deep Eynde, the Graves Bros. Deluxe, Barney the Theremin Wizard, Lynnee Breedlove. MC'd by Karla Lavey of the First Satanic Church. I'll be playing in the middle of the five band bill, though I'm not yet sure what time that'll be.

I'll also be doing a couple of booky appearance things in May:

Thursday, May 11th. Books, Inc. in Laurel Village, 3515 California St., San Francisco, CA. 7PM. This is for Not Your Mother's Book Club, which is a book club for teens, but this event is also open to the public. I'm going to play some songs and talk about the book and so forth.

Friday, May 12th. Copperfields, 140 Kentucky St., Petaluma, CA. 7PM. I'm going to play some songs and talk about King Dork. There will be "snacks like popcorn."

Posted by Dr. Frank at April 13, 2006 09:11 AM | TrackBack

I made it through the first 200 or so pages last night. Count me among the admirers. Really great stuff so far.

Posted by: josh at April 13, 2006 01:06 PM