Monday, June 08, 2009

Was thinking that we could go for three 6.47am posts in a row but was on the road before that this morning so I flunked it. Good to hear that some of you have checked out Wreckless Radio and recognise the greatness of such a venture. It offsets the pish that's happening elsewhere under the auspices of entertainment and politics. Dunno about you but that galoot Griffin looks like a character that Ricky Gervais dreamed up. He'll be having a ball at our expense for the forseeable future, not a thought that gives me a warm glow.

All part of the exercise that is the gradual closure of UK plc. Soon to be towed out to sea and sunk. The looming general election will have to be conducted like The X Factor. Prospective candidates will have to audition and the "winners" will be planted within the finalists. That will ensure the maximum reality fix for the legions of numbskulls that have got us into this predicament. All very depressing.

Not depressing is the prospect of the lucky blighters that will see Susquehanna Industrial Tool & Die Co. return to the world famous Rodeo Bar this week for more exciting "ballads, boogies & blues", as per their motto! And, yes, when compared to a lot of other things it is sort of exciting.

RODEO BAR / 375 Third Avenue (at the corner of 27th Street) in Manhattan / Two near-thrilling sets, from 10pm sharp until 12:30am / No cover! /

Yours truly, Michael, Susquehanna Industrial Tool & Die Co. "Ballads, Boogies & Blues"

Duglas T Bandit will be involved with this thing at the weekend and I may well be seeing The Drones in the same place on Snday but haven't done anything about tickets. Not the sharpest knife in the drawer at the minute, me...