So, I kinda sorta maybe definitely joined a band. It's called Moonboots. My first show with them is tonight. Whoa.
It occurred to me today that I never posted any video from my one-off gig playing drums with Kyle Stevens of Kirby Krackle last November at the Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival. So I'm gonna rectify that now.
This is the fourth year I'll be appearing at the annual Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival, happening this Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Clark County Library. I'll be multitasking a little more than usual.
Yes, the rumors are true: I've switched from drums to guitar in As Yet Unbroken, and you can see for yourself if that was a bad idea this Friday, March 30.
My band, As Yet Unbroken, finally releases its new album, "Unknown," this week. Good for the band, but really bad timing on my behalf. Hopefully, you'll like it.
We have come to the beginning of the end (for now) of the Magical (Musical) Mystery Tour, and what a long, strange trip it's been.
It's a testament to my loquaciousness that I've managed to squeeze seven long-winded blog posts out of the subject of my public/semi-public musical indulgences, considering that despite nearly 20 years of effort, any semblance of a viable musical career remains hopelessly lost to me.
This time around, I'm going to pull back the veil on what the hell I was doing in between all these projects, from recording material that never left the living room to planning a Rahne comeback that never happened.
As Yet Unbroken is back, performing at Las Vegas Country Saloon (425 Fremont St., above Mickey Finnz) at 8 p.m. this Thursday, Feb. 24 with fellow local bands Pigasus and Viva Valhalla for a night of fund-raising rock 'n' roll.