Five for December 12th:
Press. We were recently named one of ten St. Louis bands that should be famous. The RFT ran an article in this week’s issue, where I answered some questions and what-not. Pick one up. Congrats to Bruiser Queen for snagging the cover shot.
Shredding. Super fun session last night with a whole slew of Old Man Skate Cartel dudes. Ramp Riders was as busy as I’ve ever seen it, which is great. Hoping to get there on Saturday for one last run on the mini before they re-layer it next week.
KDHX. It’s weird to think we’ll never again play live in their Magnolia Avenue studio. I think I’ve played there four of five times over the course of two bands. It’s cool to see them moving on to bigger and better things, but I’m going to sort of miss that old building.
Cool stuff. Gevalia French Roast coffee, how to beat a red light ticket, a great impromptu family photo, indoor campouts, workplace cleaning and clearing, Emergen-C, taking Jane for shoulder rides.
Deep freeze. It was a cozy 13 degrees on the drive in to work today, which is balmy compared to Chicago, where it’s zero degrees. This winter is going to be a tough one.