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Chest Fever

Chest FeverAraceli and I have a gig tomorrow night, Wednesday 16th of April, with our band Chest Fever. This time we are actually headlining and are going to do a 1 hour set in 33 I 45. We will start around 20.30 so if you are in town and feel up for some Swedish/Spanish country sung in English then please come by. This will be our fifth gig and I have actually managed to never perform twice with the same guitar. Tomorrow I will bring my beloved Morris W-40 and maybe an old Greco Telecaster for some country twang.

Update: April 18, 2014
Chest Fever – Not so young anymore, live at 33 I 45 in Barcelona 16th April 2014


Chest Fever

Chest Fever gig 1/3 2014

Tomorrow night Araceli and I have a gig with our band Chest Fever at Palau Alòs, C/ Sant Pere més Baix 55 in Barcelona. We are on at 21 so if you are in town and feel up for some Swedish/Spanish country sung in English then come by. I will bring my Levin 174 which sounds a bit like the Goya T-18 in the clip below.

Update: March 3, 2014
Chest Fever – We got to keep on moving, live at the Palau Alòs in Barcelona 1st March 2014

 

Daniel Romano

Daniel Romano

I have recently fallen in love with Daniel Romano, well not in a gay way, he just happens to do exactly what I would like to do. When I discover artists like this I never really know what to feel. Should I slap him in the face out of pure jealousy or just shake his hand and say, well done? Everything is so perfect, the songs, the band, his voice, the guitars, the suits, even down to the artwork. Well he seems like a nice guy and I really like what his doing so I have decided to just take off my hat and bow.

Album of the day

Bruce_Springsteen_Greetings_From_Asbury_Park_N.J.

Bruce Springsteen – Greetings From Asbury Park N.J.
This is probably one of the best debut albums ever made, so full of energy and youthful manhood. Say what you want about Bruce Springsteen but I think that the music and lyrics on Greetings From Asbury Park N.J. is just brilliant.  It’s a perfect album for a beautiful and sunny Friday like this.

Video of the day

The Band in the basement of Rick Danko’s Zena Road home. Woodstock, New York, 1969
The Band in the basement of Rick Danko’s home, Woodstock 1969. © Elliott Landy

Video of the day

I Met the Walrus
In 1969, a 14-year-old Beatle fanatic named Jerry Levitan snuck into John Lennon’s hotel room in Toronto and convinced him to do an interview. 38 years later, Levitan, director Josh Raskin and illustrator James Braithwaite have collaborated to create an animated short film using the original interview recording as the soundtrack. A spellbinding vessel for Lennon’s boundless wit and timeless message, I Met the Walrus was nominated for the 2008 Academy Award for Animated Short. Taken from Rockheap

Photo of the day

Jackson Browne, credit Roni HoffmanJackson Browne with a moustache, taken by Roni Hoffman

Blog of the day

The Selvedge Yard, The Rolling Stones guitars backstage in 1969
The Rolling Stones guitars backstage in 1969

I really love The Selvedge Yard it’s easily one of my favourite blogs. It’s such a great mix of everything a modern man that is stuck in the past likes. Here is a great new post, The Rolling Stones | Road worn, forlorn & almighty guitar porn

 

Movie of the day

Jethro Tull Ian Anderson

I really liked Jethro Tull when I was a teenager, especially Ian Anderson’s acoustic guitar playing. The extracts from Thick As A Brick are pretty awesome in this live concert from 1977.

Photo of the day

Waylon Jennings and Buddy Holly in 1959
Waylon Jennings and Buddy Holly in 1959

“Buddy was the first person to have faith in my music. He encouraged me in my music and my writing. He was my friend. If anything I’ve ever done is remembered, part of it is because of Buddy Holly.” – Waylon Jennings