Live Gigs, Quick Updates, Free Downloads, Great Reads, Jesus At A Bar? (Come And See)
Before we say anything, we want to thank Eric Lozano, Tim Colyer, Scott (the Sound-Man), and the staff of Brewskeez Sports Bar in O’ Fallon, MO (near St. Charles, MO) for whom without their ideas, initiation, and support, none of what you’re about to read would be possible. THANK YOU, for making everything fun and inspiring. We’d as well like to give a special shout-out to Pastor David Rispoli and to Scott Bowles “Church at the Bar“ Band, who host their unconventional service in the hours before our evening performances begin.
Now, on with the show…
We’ve been doing a regular Gig in O’ Fallon, an Open-Mic meets Artists-Workshop sort of thing. The space is right, the sound is tight, and the atmosphere is without plight. The aspiring can come and fill-in the night and the ongoing can fill the air with their flair (sans obligations). Hosted by Eric Lozano and Photographed by Tim Colyer, the shows are begun and captured in the rawest and most professional form a Singer, Writer, or Comedian could ask for.
The regulars encountered thus far are excellent performers. It is a steady blend of Solo Acoustic and Solo Electric performances, with whatever variations are to come in upcoming phases. The show usually opens with Eric jamming on his Guitar (Listen-Here) and then we merge, brawling it out for first turns…okay, not really (but we would). The Man in the picture to your left is “Luke”, who does one of the best acoustic renditions of “Sittin’ On The Dock of the Bay” (by Otis Redding) we’ve heard. CLICK-HERE to listen…
The Man in this photo (on your left) is Luke’s Brother, whom which we do not know his name and therefore have been referring to him as “Chop Sticks”, due to his hilarious rendition on one of the performance nights. We’d never considered one of our Keyboard instruments christened until that happened (and now we just smile every time we switch to a Piano sound). Unfortunately, we do not have a recording of this instance.
As for me (Sekrett Scilensce), I just get up there and do my thing. I brought Mary Margaret Park along for one of the performances and am looking forward to broadening the repertoire even more. I’ve spoken to Luke about doing a piece together and it seems promising. Eric has been up onstage with me and Tim says he might even throw in a set soon. Things can only get funner and crazier at this point. If I could fit a small orchestra on the stage, I’d lock-in Vader’s, “Imperial March” for certain.
At the very first show, there were these two Older Gentlemen (one playing Bass, the other playing Guitar) — and that was all — and they were awesome; we hope they come again and jam out some more because they were excellent. As well, there have been others that haven’t returned but overall, they may just sneak up on us, aye? Hope so and hoping that all continues to grow and grow until we can’t fit anyone in the place. Dreaming and Imagining at the aisle of due and overdue…
Some Quick Updates:
Since our last mentions of anything here, we’ve basically just been migrating the old sites onto this super-platform and have made many alterations to the way that we deliver contents. At this juncture, almost everything ‘ready-to-go’ will be plastered on the blog portion of the site before anything extensive occurs. It doesn’t make sense to have all these ‘hubs’ cluttering up time when we upload materials so BAM! Solution discovered!! The transition will still take a while before it is cleaned up and friendlier (so all patience is appreciated).
Mary is still moving her contents from the old-hub to her space on this server. There have been tons of concept-artworks from past and present literary collections and as well, alas, we can finally merge all of the ‘OST’ productions to one location. This is probably one of the most exciting aspects of this transition (give or take a neat little button to auto-deploy links). Her e-novel links are being reactivated and to anyone who wrote in asking about Road Avenger/Road Blaster items, start smiling extra wide about now. Orchestral Flute Music (and Parts) featuring Mary Margaret Park have been recorded in recent weeks as well.
Links and Stuff:
In the meantime, you might enjoy listening to a few of our latest audio productions (while we get everything squared away, aye?):
As many of you are scattered throughout the East-Coast of the U.S.A., Europe, Asia, and where ever else you may be, it might seem silly to say, “Hey, come by and drop-in.” — But the invitation is now here; whether you appear physically, or follow any updates made available online, please always feel welcome — As well, don’t forget to visit Tim’s Flickr and see his awesome photos of Models, Nature, and the Starry Nights you look up upon. Stay safe and stay tuned…much more to come…..much more to see and share with your friends, family, and community.
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