No, it’s not a front for Scientology! It’s just a great place to see my band play this Saturday, June 15th.
The California Institute of Abnormal Arts––the most absurdly wonderful music joint in Los Angeles.
Check out the songs of our set list in the Spotify player.
We headline at 11:30pm with an artist I dig, Michael Miller Crusade, just before us.
1967 Original Sound recording artist Joey Covington passed away on Tuesday, June 4th.
Classic-rock fans are mourning the loss of Jefferson Airplane drummer Joey Covington, who died in a car crash late Tuesday afternoon in Palm Springs, Calif., at age 67. - from USA Today
Produced by Kim Fowley, Joey released a 45 in 1967 for the tracks “Boris The Spider” and the original song, “I’ll Do Better Next Time”.
Photo from the Peach Fuzz Forest radio show.
Playing with The Ocean Blue & The Orange Peels this Saturday in L.A. Here’s our set list, minus the new unreleased songs we’re doing, of course. The Band: Peter Anderson (drums), John Fields(bass), Kristin Mooney (vocals), Philip Watt (trumpet).
Lennie is one of the most understated pianists of all times!! Love love love.
Lennie Tristano & Charlie Parker
If there was ever a musician who brought a new concept to the development of jazz, one should look toward pianist Lennie Tristano. In a recent New England Public Radio blog, Tom Reney recalls, with a Birds-eye view, the occasions when Charlie Parker jammed alongside Tristano and how the two had such a mutual musical affection toward each other.
Originally I’d shown up at John Field’s studio to talk him through my drum vision for “Invisible”, a new song by Cliff Hillis & myself. Instead, John picked up his trusty Harmony bass, and got to work laying it down. Without any thought or discussion we kept last week’s rough drum edit muted. Besides, he’d… Read More
Great psyche London comp. Thanks Clifton James Weaver III