July 27, 2006

Rock and Roll Rock, Rock and Roll, Rock and Roll Rock...


I just listed a few new shows/appearances. In addition to the rock and roll show on the flier above, we've got:

Thursday, August 17. A reading/singing/signing at Pegasus Books, 2349 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley, CA 94704. 510 649 1320.


Friday October 6. Litquake Festival thing. This event features "musicians reading from books that inspired them." The thinking is that I can kill all the birds with the following stone: singing and playing "Somebody's Song," which is a Dorothy Parker poem I set to "music" that ended up on the album Love is Dead. And maybe something else. We'll see.

There are other things in the works, so watch this space.

Posted by Dr. Frank at July 27, 2006 05:47 PM | TrackBack

ghoulies AND mtx? I'm not sure I could handle that much rock 'n' roll perfection, so it's a good thing I'm not in CA.

(Actually, I'm just jealous! I missed Kepi & crew last time they barreled through the midwest.)

Head inland a thousand miles or so, wouldya?

Posted by: trish at July 27, 2006 10:28 PM

That makes me want to move there. I'll wait patiently in Toronto for something.

Posted by: Dan at July 28, 2006 01:16 AM

So what's this about, then?


Posted by: Kate at July 28, 2006 03:42 AM

I guess I can no longer bitch about no SoCal shows when I couldn't even drive the half hour to your L.A. appearance, especially after I hyped it on my blog.

In my defense, we're having a heat wave! Either that or I am pathetically lazy.

Posted by: Megan at July 28, 2006 03:48 AM

Looks like a fun show.

I discovered the helper monkeys through a friend who lives in sacramento. Great band!

Posted by: Michele at July 30, 2006 02:19 PM

note to gatekeeper, nobody can read your font

Posted by: mal evans at July 30, 2006 05:55 PM


I was curious if you were ever going to discuss politics again. Lately I've noticed a lot of stuff about your book, shows, signings, and other career stuff; but nothing about, like, the present situation in the middle east.

It seems like 95% of your old blogs from like back in the day were about bashing critics of George W. Bush. Have they, like, turned out to be right after all, since you haven't been discussing politics much at all lately? Just curious.

Posted by: David at August 1, 2006 12:52 AM

I agree with David.

Posted by: Aryamehr University at August 1, 2006 05:22 AM

Just because he doesn't write about it anymore doesn't mean he's avoiding it.

Personally, I like the blog like this.

Besides, it's really no one's business what someone decides to write or not write on their personal web space.

Posted by: Michele at August 5, 2006 01:46 PM