A couple of nights ago, I sold my old Fender Princeton Chorus amp to someone who refurbs old amps – and this amp did need refurbishing. But still…It was one of the last-remaining remnants of the once-mighty empire that was The Corrupt Senators. Sure, it’ll live on, and perhaps experience more glory, but it’s future… Continue reading Goodbye Princeton Chorus amplifier. You were a good friend.
We took last year off due to Covid. We’re vaccinated, and we’re back! August 7, 2021. Call me for more details.
1.Today we wrapped drums for our new musical. Drums are the first thing that gets recorded in our process and form the bed for everything that comes afterwards. Next is keyboard + vox, then guitars & bass. 2.Also, I sent The Corrupt Senators’ 1996 release, Secret Bag of Goodies 8-track tape reel, to Sonicraft for… Continue reading A Crackhorn!!! Milestone!
As I’ve aged, I’ve displayed more grumpiness, less patience with adults, and more appreciation for the human journey. I’m starting to understand why old people around the world generally say, “I would never trade places with a young person.” Sure it’d be nice to be able to dunk a basketball again or be care-free with… Continue reading Reflections at 40
…Then, in the summer of 2000, Toby approached Bob with a proposition to start a new band which would be called “The Speakeasy Heroes.” Combining Bob’s strong back-up vocals with Toby’s great lead guitar and adding to that the sheer talent of Bradley Thomas, the Speakeasy Heroes were formed. The Speakeasy Heroes saw success of… Continue reading Speak easy, Heroes.