The Magical (Musical) Mystery Tour continues with As Yet Unbroken, Part Two!
I'm trying to cram in some catch-up work on The Utopian Foundation, scanning some Homemade Comics, working through distractions, etc., before I move on to prepping for tonight's As Yet Unbroken CD release party at Theatre7.
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.
This Friday night from 8 to 10 p.m., I'll be returning to the internet airwaves (web-waves?) for another installment of "Live from the Double Down Saloon."
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.
Well, I did it. I broke myself. I kind of knew it would happen, but I was hoping it wouldn't: I managed to pull through the last few weeks of whirlwind activity and then my body finally gave out upon waking Sunday morning.