Yeah, it's a good time as it's touring and CD release time. check out Tim Robbins, very sweet, uploading now. his dad wrote Michael Row the Boat Ashore and he did it at Pete's B Day, it was the first song I ever learned on the guitar, used to play it at Catalina Island Girls Camp sing alongs. You can link to the New Yorker on the main page here and pass along to Bob's guy if you like. Also if you'd like, Henry Goldrich could call. He said the funniest thing, he had no idea what Bob meant when he signed his photo about one eye closed. Btw, the still of Dylan's pic on the wall had gotten 1400 views as of last night, wild!
Hey Kevin did you see the article in the New Yorker? Page 23. Check this out, a frame of Dylan's picture on the wall from some video I shot has gotten 1375 views! We're interviewing Simon & Garfunkel in 2 weeks. What do you think the odds of us sending one of these cool little cameras to Bob and having him send some Manny's memories?
"There's a story behind the Eigo name that has to do with immigration.
When my great grandfather came here from Ireland there were many Igoe's coming over so to distinguish himself in the new world he took the…"
"Thanks Sandi. I googled and the NING instructions don't quite match reality. I pick the file on my computer to upload and it is then listed in the profile pic area. But there is no upload button. At the bottom of the page is a SAVE button,…"
Everyone said go to Manny's so my dad took me there when I was 12. Shocked me by buying me a set of 1965 Ludwigs for my upcoming Bar Mitzvah. I was never religious, but am still drumming! Danny Burgauer took care of me in the old store, at 120 W…
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i first met Henry and Stuart in 1973 on Slade first tour of the USA and, my first visit to America, coming from Glasgow and being 23 years old, I thought I had “died and gone to Heaven”.