Thursday, April 19, 2007

New things

Over the last few weeks my head has been buried in work at the expense of all other things. Last night my head emerged from the sand through the excellent stress release of music.

I was at the Guster show last night. Excellent show. I have not been a huge Guster fan, but am a bigger one today. The band has an excellent sense of humor. I can't remember the last I heard really bad, or any, haiku at a rock show.

The Format opened up for Guster. I will be adding these boys to my music library.

The show was sponsored by Stonyfield Farms, my favorite yogurt. A lot of booths were set up spreading environmental awareness. I think I signed everything available including volunteering for other like shows. I am not sure how I'll be able to volunteer, but maybe I can find away. Anyway...

Another song I am in love with has been played rentlessly on Indie 101.3. If you haven't heard Dan Le Sac, you should. Despite the name, :Thou Shalt Always Kill", the song is an irreverent look at music and anything in which you may have heard the word should being used. I love irreverence.

I am well on my way to revamping my social and actvity life. I will be buying a hybrid bicycle this weekend. No hybrid on bicycle does not mean electric. Hybrid is trail and road.

Woo hoo.....

6 comments:

Blitz Krieg said...

Guster is a great live band, great!

Voix said...

Yay bike!

Yay Stonyfield yogurt! Good luck with your 'rétablissement' -- may you leave work where it belongs for the rest of the month...

tiff said...

this is the third guster hooray I've heard about in three weeks. must.get.some

teahouse said...

Oooh, hybrid bicycle..sounds like fun! So you're going off-road bicycle racing? Sweet!

Paperback Writer said...

Guster was in Pittsburgh last summer. Who opened up for them? Ray LaMontagne. Now, ask me if I could afford to go.

Go ahead.

Ask.

Yeah, you already know the answer.

Cincysundevil said...

Love, love, love, love Guster. Saw them with DMB as the opening act and I've been more of a fan since. But certainly color me jealous since you have so many great shows in the Boston area.