Last night I went to see Jimbo Mathus And The Tri-State Coalition perform at The Echo in Echo Park. I then stuck around to catch The Defibulators, a band I'd never seen before. I had watched a bit of live footage online, and so was familiar with some of their material (songs like "Holy Roller" and "Working Class"). They did a good set, and I'm glad I got the chance to see them perform. Here are a few photos:
I started the music blog to let people know about all the good music that is out there. I only review CDs that I like. (This is partly selfish, as I don't want to listen to music I dislike.) Good Things About Bad Movies is about finding something good even in the worst films.
I created an index, with a list of all of my blog entries, including Shakespeare entries and music reviews, arranged alphabetically by subject. Here is the link: http://michaeldohertyindex.blogspot.com/
My friend Jason and I have a web series, "Grandmother Winsome's Variety Minute," and several episodes are up on You Tube, and also on the Grandmother's Fanny Game blog. What else? I am fascinated by the Marquis De Sade and Elizabeth Bathory. I often make decisions based on the humor factor. And I would love it if someone bought me a giant raccoon or fox coat.