Old Salt Union at Saint Rocke and The Coach House: Photos
Old Salt Union has been opening for Yonder Mountain
String Band on the current tour, and so I got a couple of chances to check out
this band. Based in St. Louis, Missouri, Old Salt Union does mostly original
material, but also a few fun choices of covers, including Men At Work’s “Down
Under” (joking afterward, “Thank you, we
just wrote that”) and Paul Simon’s “You Can Call Me Al.” At the San Juan
Capistrano show, someone sent up a bucket of bottles of beer for the band
during “Feel My Love,” leading them to say, “I can definitely feel your love.” I enjoyed their sets, and hope to
see them again. 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.