I’ve posted countless times about The Brixton Riot. In honor of their upcoming release, a whole slew of my photos were compiled for a video for their song, “Signal to Noise”. I couldn’t be more honored.
They are playing at Maxwell’s in Hoboken, NJ on Saturday December 3rd.
Our oldest one has recently become jealous of her younger brother’s newfound success and venture into the world of celebrity. So she’s learned how to use a computer and recently emailed The Fluffington Post. Absolutely shameless.
Can’t we all just get along for the good of wine? The Ten Project hosted a Blind Wine Tasting/Battle of the Sexes throwdown at Maslow 6. All my photos from the battlefront can be seen here. Let’s all drink for world peace.
Modern-day Annie Oakleys were out in full force the other night at another outing, hosted by Urban Girl Squad at the Westside Rifle & Pistol Range. The full gallery can be seen here.
Seeing the incredible alto saxophonist Kenny Shanker is always a treat, as was the case last Wednesday night at Somethin’ Jazz Club. And, as with any jazz show I attend, I walk away rejuvenated musically, but also, realize I really need to practice more. I’m quite confident in my drumming abilities, but even I won’t risk embarrassment by sitting in with the band. Kenny, thank you again for the offer, but I’ll safely sit on the other side for now.
Last night was the orientation session for the upcoming 2012 Phillies Phantasy Camp. This will be my second go round, and I am extremely excited. You can read all about it here.
In the summer of 1995, a great old harness racing track was taken down near my childhood home. I got as close as they would allow, and snapped as quickly as I could with my old Pentax point-and-shoot.
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I want to thank EVERYONE for stopping by my website today after my Atlantic City post was “Freshly Pressed” by WordPress. All of your comments have been wonderful. I’m so appreciative!
Since so many folks have enjoyed the photos, I want to share the rest of the shots from that shoot last Saturday morning. All of the photographs can be viewed in this Flickr set.
Thank you all again!
Alex Battles was recently interviewed by the Uprooted Music Revue, which in turn, was featured on No Depression. Something that was also featured was my photo of Battles from a performance at NYC’s Living Room.
Alex has so many damn albums out now. You should really buy them all. His cat Gracie would love some tuna.