Tuesday, June 23, 2009

The Tires Roll ... And More

Before I get into anything else, tonight at Cafe Nine will feature a surprise.

For the first time in about two years, alt-country locals The Tires will perform. The band, led by Calvin DeCutlass of The Nortons, basically broke up because most of its members moved away. With folks in town, a one-off gig had to happen.

The show is not posted on the Cafe Nine Web site, but The Tires go on around 7 p.m. You never know if you'll get a chance to see this again, so it's a good idea to make it out there.

What else? Well, I made it back from Montreal alive. I hadn't been there since college, but let me just say that it's a weird place. People really dress up there. Like Long Island or something. It's quite the scene.

I saw some sights. Went to some bars. Lost money at the casino and, generally, had a good ol' time. Just watch your stuff when you're there, otherwise you'll spend a long time at the police station trying to obtain a police report. I didn't lose anything, but ...

Who says TV rots the brains of the children? Well, not his kid's evidently.

I mean, anybody who writes a song called "You Light Up My Life" has to be a little creepy, right? This more than just a little, but ...

Guys and gals, if you're in the market for a not-so-attractive, unfaithful boyfriend or girlfriend who has eight kids, you might be in luck.

And here's some news about Marion Cottillard. I didn't actually read the story because I couldn't stop staring at the picture.

That's all I got, folks. Have a good day. I'll end with this: I can't stop listening to it, so ...

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