Category Archives: music
Ringo Starr isn’t in the R&R Hall of Fame as an individual? Who do I write to about that? The reason I bought this book is the narrator, Henry Rollins. I’m not a fan of punk music, so I didn’t … Continue reading
It’s going to be a couple of minutes (for which read: a few days) before I post anything, you know, written here – so as I’m finally considering a pair of red frames, have some Red Hot Chilli Pipers. Drum … Continue reading
For me, at least: The Red Hot Chilli Pipers are returning to Pipes in the Valley this year. Saturday, September 28, Riverfront Plaza, Hartford, CT. Miss it, and I pity you. Maybe I’ll wait and buy their upcoming album (due … Continue reading
No, really, I’ll actually, you know, write something soon. In the meantime, because I really really miss them, here’s some Red Hot Chilli Pipers. I do miss these boys. I do love these boys.
So this morning I put on a concert t-shirt underneath my more work-suitable shirt – my shirt from Billy Joel’s 2008 tour. Then to my delight they highlighted Himself on the radio because, as it turns out, it’s his birthday. … Continue reading
He always was. I adore Ringo, especially after seeing his All-Starrs a couple of times, but “the cute one” was always my crush. Today, 48 years after The Beatles’ first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show, Paul (sorry, Sir Paul) … Continue reading
These guys couldn’t give a bad show if you paid them. Saturday night was the long-awaited Red Hot Chilli Pipers concert at the Warner Theatre in Torrington. First, a moment of wistful silence for the absence of Malcolm McEwen who, … Continue reading