I found a long-lost disposable camera I never got developed!! These photos make me miss all the wonderful people who are in them and are no longer living in Seattle sigh….
I thought I would share some photos on here from Shelters Catholic Guilt party. Sadly we don’t have any from the masturbation confessional but sometimes the best things in life you simply have to remember with your mind. What a ridiculous night this was!! A baby squirrel attended this party, many sins were confessed in the masturbation confessional as well as some steamy make out sessions. Girl on girl action in the pink room, a priest and a school girl got close on the dance floor.
Last Saturday I had the pleasure of attending the Micheal Monroe Bands show at El Corazon with two of my nearest and dearest Sioux City Pete and Tennessee Rose. I was so pleased that the club was packed and to my surprise the Seattle audience actually rocked out the entire show. I don’t think I have ever seen that happen in Seattle outside of house parties and it was a great change. The band was PHENOMENAL they totally put on a killer show, playing so well off of each other and fucking full of energy!!
The one tragedy of the night was that my camara decided to break on me so I couldn’t take any photos. Luckily Tennessee came to the rescue. She got some shots of me at the show but we where both to busy rocking out to take photos while the band was playing…of course now I wish we had but oh well. Here are a few from the night.
This art show is going to be AMAZING!! I strongly recommend it. I copied the info from Facebook below.
Today at 7:00pm - November 17 at 10:00pm
4542 University Way NE
Moksha is excited to present:
“Sound and Vision”
WHEN: Opening Reception, FRIDAY OCT 21st @ 7pm
Mr. B is shown in an homage collection of comic covers from artists/characters who sparked inspiration at a young age. A love letter to some of the comic books that stayed in my brain all these years, and continue to keep me in love with their colors, composition and design.
Each piece is 12×18″. Mixed media. Pencil, ink, watercolor mixed with digital coloring. Then heavily weathered to give that yellowed, dog eared feel to an old book. They are essentially put together like a “real” comic. Heavy paper stock front/back cover. Bound newsprint pages(22). And to complete the feel of a good, back issue bin comic, they are bagged and boarded.
To top if all off, wrangling the help of the illustrious country western band- the Lonesome Billies, we put together a live music ensemble, to provide you the show goer, with a mutli-dimensional experience where we play some of the pieces/songs featured on the wall. All set in a futuristic space western. Lo and behold the Lonesome Bowies were formed. Be sure to shine up the space boots and don’t forget your cowboy hat!