Fort St.John’s favorite Australian phenom, Toby, got her roots groove on at Jackfish Dundee’s on February 25:
Boys & girls, it’s an exciting day for my camera and I! We have somehow managed to hop on the CMEAS UK Spring Tour which means we will be heading to the land of tea and crumpets and joining a roving mini-bus of musicians to document their touring adventures.
Some other photo adventures of a similar nature are in the works, so my camera and I may be on the road for ….. well, awhile to say the least.
In a Miss Quincy back-to-back entry extravaganza, here are a few photos from Miss Quincy & co’s debut of a saucy & smokin’ set called A Short Study of Love & Heartache. To hear what Miss Q has to sing about such matters you’ll just have to stalk her down on stages across the country this spring & summer.
Miss Quincy and I recently got down at her little cabino for a liner notes photoshoot for her brand spankin’ new album, Your Mama Don’t Like Me.
The Miss Q in question spent two weeks in December holed up in the cabin in question to record the album in question. I was fortunate enough to retreat with the recording crew, so until the album is unleashed in the spring enjoy the visuals in my Miss Quincy Recording Sessions entries:
This is what greeted me in the entryway of my apartment last night – a message hanging from a mangled coat hanger.
Is it meant for me? Is what’s not to be forgotten as cryptic as the reminder scene sets it up to be?
Perhaps someone more fluent in Japanese can answer these questions for me. And hopefully they can answer them before I’ve forgotten what I’m not to forget and end up with a fate worse than this coat hanger.
What’s the only logical thing to do upon discovering that the home of your city’s Open Mic is suddenly closing? Make some noise and have one last Open Mic, of course!
Last night, Feb 3, musicians and music lovers from across Fort St. John gathered to say farewell to our second home – Egan’s Pub. We jammed hard, drank hard, danced hard, laughed hard, and celebrated until long past closing time. Here’s a sampler of gems from the night. To see more of the 4 million photos I took, I suppose you’ll just have to stalk me down on the ol’ Facebook.