Let me set this up by saying that I am a big The Lemonheads fan. I am even a fan of Evan Dando as a solo artist. I have been a fan since the release of It’s A Shame About Ray, which came out in 1992, and by this time already their fifth album. It was released during the summer leading into my senior year of high school….Geez, now I am telling my age. I never had an opportunity to see them live back then, but on the night of March 4, 2012, I would get my chance.
Topic: music monday
The Last Names is comprised of Justin Rice and his wife Darbie Rice (Nowatka). Justin, also a founding member of Bishop Allen, is notable for his roles in a few indie films such as Harmony and Me, Let Them Chirp Awhile, and my personal favorite Mutual Appreciation, among others. Darbie is also a member of Bishop Allen, contributing vocals to some of their records as well as their live shows.
If you want to hear some amazing music, checkout some music by The Piano Guys, Steven Sharp Nelson and Jon Schmidt. I included one of their collaborative works as well as a solo work from each musician.
I am back from vacation and needing some get work done music in my listening queue. This week’s song, by Birdy Nam Nam, is a faster paced digital rocker, Love Your Enemy (Kill Your Friend) from the album Manual for Successful Rioting.