Category Archives: musicians

November 6th & 7th.

Our son’s book will be released Tuesday, November 6th. It’s available on Amazon.

Wednesday  evening he’ll be at the Greenlight Bookstore in Brooklyn for a conversation and signing event with Tobias Carroll at 7:30PM. I’ve read the book and it is amazing and makes sense of the seemingly chaotic and random history of rock n roll. Laced with interviews and more, it’s a real page turner for music buffs and musicians alike.

If you live in  or near Brooklyn, stop by and say hello. I live in Seattle, otherwise I would be going. Ian is very approachable and has my self deprecating sense of humor.

PS: I took the back cover photo and the one you see on the bookstore page, via the link above.

Current Song

Just a quick note: If you scroll down my page, on the lower, right side there is a banner called ‘Current Song’. The set of songs are written, performed and recorded by my son. Very relaxing to listen to if you need a moment to relax.

Music Update

I’ve updated the Music Bar, on the bottom right hand column, to include the full EP, Inburst, by our son ( aka: Missing Vwls). His music can be found and purchased on Bandcamp.com. Years ago he was in an instrumental band in Seattle, WA called, Autofirelife.

Check it out!

Shameless plug! :-).

Enjoy!!

Busker in Central Park

Version 3Accordionist in Central Park.

History Intertwined

IMG_2127

In 1962 Seattle architect Paul Thiry did the design of some of the buildings at the Worlds Fair. Just as a side note, he also designed a house less than a mile from my home, on Marine View Drive, in Arbor Heights ( image above). The image of the NW Rooms refers to a series of rooms in a building Thiry designed. Today those rooms are no longer named NW Rooms, but are being used by SIFF and The Vera project, among others.

One of the rooms was called The Nisqually Room. In 1970, a band I was in played one or maybe two nights for some event ( I’ve been told it was a after-concert party for the All City Band in Seattle. I think we owed the music teacher of our high school a favor for letting us practice in his home basement and school music room. Mr. Terpenning was only a few years older than us and was supportive of what we were doing-which didn’t seem too odd at the time, but now……?). That was probably the largest room we ever played.  The ceiling was so high the sound went everywhere at once and kind of morphed into something long and echoing.

The article in the link does not say what the Nisqually Room morphed into over the years. It may have been  combined with an adjacent room. I have walked up and down the steps and around this set of rooms and my memory says one thing and the physical structures say another.

Anyways, I thought it was interesting that my history and that of Paul Thirys’ met 8 or so years after his design and contribution to the Worlds Fair in 1962.

Street Jazz

DSC_5526Jazz on 5th Ave., Park Slope, Brooklyn. William Alexander Middle School #51 in the background.

Life out there

The further adventures of Faith Roswell…

olafphoto.wordpress.com/

Crafting and Inspiring Great Imagery / X100F / Medium Format

JerseyStyle Photography

Because There's Style...And Then There's JerseyStyle

San Francisco Locals Street Photography Pool

Street and Urban Explorer Photography

RESISTENZA

"Man will never be free until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest." - Denis Diderot

drivebyMEDIA

Mostly Music

Reccing Crew

Listen at own risk.

Note to Traveler

Dream. Explore. Discover.

In Photos dot Org

Cork, Ireland and Elsewhere

Random Bits of Trial and Error

THE JOYS OF FULL-TIME RV LIFE - Random, moody, and quirky--but always straight from the heart.

Say It With A Camera

Mike Hardisty Photography

Milford Street

Above all, I craved to seize the whole essence, in the confines of one single photograph - Henri Cartier-Bresson

Instaology

notes from a Swedish amateur photographer © Ulrika Undén

Kendall Kessler Art

Original Art by Award Winning Artist Kendall Kessler

%d bloggers like this: