Okay. I’m really falling behind now. But I got a good reason. I’m playing in a great music show this Saturday, October 23 at Cafe Mustache in Logan Square with some other great musicians.
So it’s not like I don’t have time to write, or that I’m not writing, it’s just that I’m trying to get down some of the new songs I’ve written so I can sing em at the show.
That’s as good as “my dog ate it” if ya ask me.
Now, this song is kinda in the vein of a talkin’ blues tune. I coulda done a talkin’ blues themed week (didn’t I do that already?). But it ain’t exactly a talkin’ blues, cause I sing this one really good. Give it a nice close listen. Ease back into it. Let it slide on into yer ears.
It’s just a song about opposites and how they stick to each other in every instance until every feels just about comfortable.
So, this music show I’m playing at Cafe Mustache is gonna be real cozy. Jonas Friddle plays some mean old time tunes on fiddle and guitar and a few other weird instruments that he totes around in his white Subaru station wagon. I’ve heard it tell that he just wrote 15 songs in one week and he’s gonna try out all fifteen Saturday night. Woo-Eee.
Then there’s the sultry Jessica Robbins. If she don’t hook ya like heroin then yer up and blind. I met Jessica a few years back out playing open mics around the city and she’s gone from there to way out into the cosmos.
Katie Alvarado I’ve only heard one other time, but I invited her to join the show because of that. She’s kinda got this strange voice and guitar movement going on and I’m not sure what it’s all about, but ya gotta hear it.
So, we’ll all see ya there. There’ll be CDs for sale. The show is absolutely free, though. In the meantime you can look at the show poster that Katie drew up.