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An open letter to the People of Afghanistan, pub-2427795083793513, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

_facebook_1069201871_One year ago today (March 29th, 2012) my Nephew David Wayne Gee-Taylor was killed in an accident in the Kandahar region of your country. Several of his unit buddies are still suffering from the injuries they substained that day and will probably have pain and suffering for the rest of their lives from that fateful day.

He went to your country voluntarily, along with all the other proud men and Women of the United States and other Countries. Not as an invading army to conquer and pillar but to help you gain your freedom from an oppression. It’s what we do when someone somewhere needs help. Time after time we lend a helping hand. Throughout the world when there is a wrong doing, calamity or natural disaster, our men and women come to help.

To date there have been over 3000 men and women from the coalition killed in Afghanistan for “Operation Enduring Freedom”. 2000 plus from America alone including my nephew “Lil” David. And, just a few days ago  another young man  from our neighboring Daviess county.

And for what may I ask you? So that you are no longer the oppressed. He, along with the others that are still serving in your Country and for the ones that have paid the ulimate price. You may not like or agree with our Government. That’s fine. We also don’t always agree with it either. But that’s not the point I am getting at.

What I am getting at is this. He was there to help you. He believed in what he stood for. “Freedom”. He willingly gave his life and his future for you, “The People of Afghanistan” and for you to experience Freedom. He was so much bigger than his upbringing. He said “Yes I will go” and he did. He knew the risk. All that serve know the risk. Thier families know the risk and carry the burden. But they all volunteered and their families stood by them. They weren’t forced or drafted…They went freely. Freely to support and assist you “The People of Afghanistan”.

So what makes someone sign up for service and to go over to a foreign soil to help knowing they may pay the ulimate price? What he did goes beyond borders and doctrines. It was inside his heart. Inside the heart of those that go. Once again you the People of Afghanistan may not like our Government, but our men and women over there are there to help you. Help you to rebuild. Help you to educate. Help get you back on your feet.

So where are you at? I see on the news almost weekly of car bombings, suicide bombers and more oppression. Our “guys” clear out the bad guys and you let them take it back over again when we leave. There are a few glimmers of hope coming from your Country but still mostly turmoil none the less and it saddens me. I am sure it saddens all of the families and friends of the ones that paid it all and the ones that are still there. I just looked online today and there are still travel warnings to your country. It read’s “travel not advised due to the serious risk of suicide bombings, kidnapping and general lawlessness”. Where is the hope he help give you? When can I say that it made a difference. Has it changed you at all?It changed us…

I am not expecting for your Country to be a clone of the western countries that are there helping you. You are your own people. But “You” deserve freedom. Freedom to be able to go to the market without the fear of someone beside you blowing themself up in the name of religion. You should be able to go freely to shop and visit without the fear of a car exploding. You should be able to worship or even choose not to worship without the fear of being punished or murdered. You should have good  schools, clean drinking water, electricity and the basic human needs and rights everyone one of us on this small blue planet deserve. Our men and women are there to give you the opportunity to have those freedoms. Will you accept those freedoms? Will you rise up yourself and take back what someone tried to take from you? Our men and women are not the Oppressors. They are the Defenders of the truth…They are your Defenders.

To the People of Afghanistan I ask you this. Our Country and the Coalition has given you the opportunity to make a change. To be no more the bullied by a select group or belief but to be free yourself and not live in fear and oppresion.

My Nephew Lil David came from three generations of Gee’s that said “I will” so “send me”.  They all took the risk. We are proud of them all. We are proud of everyone that has been “on the wall”. We are proud of the work they are doing in Afghanistan and other parts of the world.

To the People of Afghanistan, it’s now up to you. Lil David left behind a lot of family and friends and we are all very proud of him. His was proud of what he did for you. Now it’s your turn to make us all proud…


With love and honor for Lil David,

chuck gee

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Posted by Chuck Gee - March 29, 2013 at 3:00 PM

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KickActs interviews “while She Waits”, pub-2427795083793513, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0


Welcome to Kick Acts. Tell us a little about yourself and your band and were you can be found at on the web.

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Who are your musical heroes, influences & why?

Black Stone Cherry, Godsmack, Creed, Volbeat

Lynard, Shinedown….They rock enough said lol


Do you have any advice for someone just getting started in playing music? Any pitfalls they should avoid?

Hmmm tough question. We never like to spill our secrets, but one piece of advice I can give is..think local, stay local…You have to expand your visions and invest in yourself. Pitfalls Ive seen is worrying about what others think (not fans) everyone will down you when pushing music. I learned a great tip from a big artist. He told me, when you become successful your hometown scene will turn their backs on you. We have not seen this and hope not too, but I can understand the theory. The odds of getting signed and becoming famous are really slim, but always follow your dreams. Also play good gear, don’t play garbage lol.


Do you have a greatest gig story you’d like to share?

Best gig to date for While She Waits was playing in the town of Kingman on our last tour. Awesome people and many have became dear friends of ours. Those freaking people know how to party…But it is Kingman Arizona, what the hell else are you gonna do there


 On the same token as the above question. How about a “worse gig” ever story.

Probably our show with Fuel. We had just gotten off tour and took a few week break. We played very loose and we all knew it. I actually forgot the first line one of our songs hahahah. I mumbled through it lol


Do you have any other hobbies other than playing music? Collect stamps? Collect hats from off the side of the road? Draw pictures of boobs?

James Cole- I do tattoos. Aaron Belk- This guy loves to fart, man he is an expert at farting. Blake is an absolute expert in dressing like a clown. A female clown hahah.

Tim Rooen, this freaking guy throws a party for everything. Every weekend is a reason to throw a party.Now Tims wife is expecting so we can imagine the parties to come haha Tommy just had a new son, that his is hobby and pride and joy of his life.


What do you think about the present music scene or lack of? Care to address that?

wsw1Uggggg don’t hate me people lol. Too many bands follow what everyone else is doing. Its ok to have influences, but all the new music sounds the same…and you extreme metal heads..expand your music a little lol. I love John Denver for gods sake hahahah


Tell us something about each of your band members that we wouldn’t expect to hear… Like their hobbies or something like that…


James Cole is old as dirt, was a Parole Officer and can crop dust a crowd like no other.

Aaron Belk collects trolls or something like that wtf? Hahaha

Tommy Gibbons is from South Korea and hates Kim Yuoung Bung of North Korea.

Blake Jordan hangs pictures of buff dudes in his living room cause he wants to look like them hahahah

Tim Rooen is the biggest Ren Fair goober Ive ever met hahaha He collects flags and stuff


Hypothetical situation. You’re stranded on Gilligan’s island and you get to hook up with only one of the girls… Is it Ginger, Mary Ann or Mrs. Howell and why?

I think we all agree with ginger…She is hot and can prolly work a pole lol


Our last question  is called “Shout It Out Loud”. It’s were you get to talk about whatever you want to talk about. So go ahead and “SHOUT IT OUT LOUD”!

Why is it when a man is wiping his butt and the toilet paper rips, his first instinct is to smell his finger? Hahaha you  re laughing because you have done it. Stay real out there homies and wash your darn hands



Posted by Chuck Gee - March 28, 2013 at 7:02 AM

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John 5 needs your Help to find his guitars, pub-2427795083793513, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

and some other personal prized possessions. Apparently some real jerks broke into his house and made off with some stuff including some guitars. Here are some photos of what was taken. If you come across them, hit him up on his Facebook page here.




Items stolen:

  • Make/Model: Fender Telecaster
  • Serial Number: R33725
  • Color: Sparkle Silver
  • Make/Model: Fender Telecaster
  • Serial Number: V137811
  • Color: Black with white piping
  • Make/Model: Custom Normandy Guitars Alumicaster
  • Serial Number: Custom
  • Color: Chrome plated, had two black humbuckers, no pickguard and a Gibson style selector switch located where Gibson puts them (upper bout)
  • Make/Model: Gibson Les Paul
  • Serial Number: –
  • Color: Black with gold pick-ups
  • Make/Model: Deering Deluxe Banjo
  • Serial Number: 02256103B
  • Detail: 6 String Banjo
  • Item: Painting
  • Details: The Creature from the Black Lagoon painting on white frame. Custom painting by Rob Zombie
  • Detail: Happy Birthday J5
  • Item: RIAA Record Award
  • Details: R.I.A.A. awarded to John 5 and Rob Zombie for the album Educated Horses.
  • Detail: Happy Birthday J5
  • Item: Mac Computer
  • Details: Mac Book Pro Laptop OSX 1025
  • Item: Mac Computer
  • Details: Mac 21 Home Computer

If you have any details that may be of help, please contact the authorities, send a message to John 5 on his Twitter and Facebook or contact here at the contact page using the contact form and make sure you choose “Info regarding stolen items” in the drop down subject:

Please circulate this info to guitar dealers, pawn brokers and have a look on eBay, Craigslist, Amazon etc – and remember IF you see anything you GENUINELY believe to be one of the items described PLEASE do not pursue on your own but contact the authorities.

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Posted by Chuck Gee - March 27, 2013 at 2:11 PM

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Dionne Warwick didn’t “see” this coming?, pub-2427795083793513, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

4470I mean didn’t she used to hawk the physic friend’s network back in the day? Looks like her physic friends didn’t see this far into her future..She is broke as hell… Which is really terrible.She has had many major hits over her career and according to her she only gets  $1000.00 a month in royalties now. No wonder I have no sympathy for the many folding record companies that have made millions off of Artists while the Artists themselves starved…

But anyway, Dionne could use some good vibes and prayers her way.


Here is the complete article from TMZ
Dionne Warwick is broke as hell … like “Nic Cage” broke … and owes more than $10 million in unpaid taxes, this according to the singer’s rep.

The “Do You Know the Way to San Jose” singer filed for bankruptcy in New Jersey claiming she only had $25k in assets … but owes more than $10.2  million in taxes and fees to the IRS and the State of CA.

Warwick’s rep, Kevin Sasaki, says Dionne’s financial disaster was caused by “negligent and gross financial mismanagement” in the late 1980s through mid-1990s.

According to the court docs, the 72-year-old claims she makes $20,950 … but spends $20,940. Translation — her monthly net gain is TEN DOLLARS!!

Posted by Chuck Gee - March 26, 2013 at 1:17 PM

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Screw Jim Carrey…, pub-2427795083793513, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

How bout disarming your body guards and giving them sticks to protect you with?

I don’t even own a gun and this video is stupid as hell. It’s about as funny as your career has been for the past ten years…


So here are some films clips of him using a gun as a prop…So what about making money of this Jimbo?

Posted by Chuck Gee - March 26, 2013 at 6:42 AM

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Captain Nemo had satellite feeds?, pub-2427795083793513, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

1543537-disneynemoI have enjoyed watching old movies like “20,000 leagues under the Sea” since as long as I can remember. I can probably recite the whole movie too. In fact, my son I used to watch it on a VHS tape and rewind it (remember rewinding?) and watch it again. The version I like was filmed by Disney in 1954. It falls in line with “War of the Worlds” and “When World’s Collide”. Just good old fashion sci-fi movies.

So on to my point. I was watching “20,000 Leagues under the Sea” again and I noticed something this time on my big screen tv that I hadn’t seen before. When the Nautilus reaches the sub base  at Vulcania and surfaces, I could see more detail of Nemo’s hideout. Mind you that the story line takes place around 1868 so bare with me…

I realize Nemo was way ahead of his time. He invented nuclear fusion and it powered his sub. He also invented underwater scuba gear among other things. Once again he was visionary. But check out this still photo grab I found on the net of his hideout. It was taken from the 1954 movie.  Do you see what I see? For 1868 he was really advanced! Agree?



Posted by Chuck Gee - March 25, 2013 at 3:41 PM

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More Facebook crap…, pub-2427795083793513, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

It’s only like the 6th or 7th time KickActs Facebook page has been blocked…Their warning sounds like something my mom would have said when I was a kid…Funny part is. This warning in unwarranted…Kickacts hasn’t requested any friends because of the silliness like this…




You’re Blocked from Sending Friend Requests for 30 Days

You’ve continued to send friend requests to people who don’t know you, even though you’ve been warned before.
Sending friend requests to people you don’t know personally is against Facebook’s Terms and could be considered harassment.
If you don’t change your behavior, you could be permanently blocked from sending friend requests.
Why have I been blocked?

Posted by Chuck Gee - March 25, 2013 at 7:27 AM

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Hillary’s hijacked emails are here.., pub-2427795083793513, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

Not sure how long they will stay at this site so go and read them before they get pulled…I pasted one so you would know what they look like….

Posted by Chuck Gee - March 22, 2013 at 3:05 PM

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HIStory, OURstory, MYstory part 1, pub-2427795083793513, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0


maxinBefore we took far separate paths as adults we were two little toddler boys that only had each other to rely on and to hold on to as our world was turned upside pretty much from the word “go”. I couldn’t have been any older than five  and I clearly remember and can still see that when our “mom” would get pissed off she would shout at us she was going to jump in the “Goddamn river” and she would make us watch as she packed her suitcase and left my little brother  and me all alone in the house to hold each other in the living room floor and cry after begging her to not go…”Please don’t go mommy, we won’t do it again”… whatever “it” was that caused her to flip out…Me, being the oldest I tried to protect my little brother during these fits she had… This was repeated over and over for whatever reason and seemed to come out of nowhere and happened over and over our entire life growing up. We lived about 3 blocks from the river. 531 second street was the address. It was a straight shot up Second Street, thru 3 lights and then the boat ramp. And I all I could think of each time was mom’s car was sinking in the river with her in it. Her hands on the wheel and we caused it…But we weren’t bad kids. Hell, we were little kids. Her reason for doing this I still don’t know to this day. Another thing she did was lock us in separate closets. He (my brother) would be locked in her closet in her bedroom and me in our bedroom closet. I remember time after time sitting in the dark on that trunk full of my deceased father’s clothes, crying and hollering for David asking if he was alright and he also in the dark crying and hollering for me like prisoners trying to communicate with each other though their cells were far apart…I couldn’t even sit up. The closet was full of clothes so I would sit on that trunk huddled up…”mom” had left us again alone in the house to “teach” us a lesson. You think that kind of treatment would be a little hard if forced onto teenage boys or prisoners of war but David and I where little kids. We were barely in Grade school. It always seemed like she was gone for hours each time she left. All we would hear between our wailing would be silence… an empty house, two little boys alone locked in closets begging to be released…

I remember one of my first memories was being told she (mom) was giving my little brother away. A couple showed up. We were in the kitchen. They picked him up and I watched as they took him outside and loaded him into a white four door car. I then sat in a metal high chair and cried not knowing why my little brother was given away but he was gone…she thought it was “cute” that I cried. .”I gave your little brother away” she would say… I didn’t cry … I wailed from my entire being. The couple only took him riding and eventually brought him back. But to this little boy I had thought he was given away because she said she given him away. Growing up, it was a lot of cold mind games played out on us little kids. Everything was our fault. But on the outside it looked like a perfect little world.

When we got older she started locking us in the bathroom. It had an outside lock on the door. I used to try and climb out through the transom at the top of the door. One foot on the tub, one foot on the door knob and I could pull myself up. When I was able to do that, it turned into “get in the car!!” and David I would load up in the back seat. It was usually at night and she would drive to my real Mother’s trailer in behind Green Gables restaurant. She would park out in front of her trailer and tell us to “get out of the car”…”Let her raise you”…”you want that??”  …”DO YOU WANT THAT???!!!!!!” she would scream…of course we would be crying and we would beg her to stop and after awhile she would start the car and we would go home with us promising to not do “it” again whatever “it” was….

I don’t know why we were faced to suffer through those rants of hers over and over as little boys. telenThe photographs we have of us as little boys mostly were staged. Sit this way. Smile. Hold the phone and act like you’re talking on it. Me knowing I wasn’t allowed to even talk on the phone … We weren’t allowed to cross the street until we were about 14 years old. Everything was controlled. I don’t know why she thought it was “ok” to do what she did. It was nothing short of child abuse… I guess today as my brother sits alone in jail and his son is dead and his step mom did what she did, it reminds me of mom. My mom tried to erase all of my birth Mother’s family except for the ones that meant something to her or she could get something out of it. They basically never existed in her eyes. She thought she was a “savior” in her own eyes. Did she do some good in the course of time? Of course she did. So it’s the same shit, different generation. I would also bet if David and I had any other name than “Gee”, like if we had our Mother’s name instead, she would have taken that away from us too. The case in point, my nephew. His family didn’t sign him away but we all were erased and kept back until he, like my brother and I had to do. Come of age and figure out what the hell was the truth and what wasn’t the truth. In December before he was shipped out. He spent four days with his Father. My brother, not the best father in the world but his father just the same. They made amends. Lil David finally knew the real truth. There was the truth, warts and all and hugs and forgiveness… Thank God for that.

It’s a year later and I still run into people that didn’t know Lil” David is my Nephew or that my brother David lost his only son in Afghanistan…and are shockedbdldn of the deception…Am I shocked? Of course not. I have been through this before. Like I said earlier. It was just a couple of generations earlier that my brother and I had experienced the same crap. So I felt his pain, I feel our pain…all the years of me suppressing what we went through is no longer buried… I can’t forget the things my brother has done as an adult…But the little boy inside of him and me need each other.

Setting the record straight.

part 2 in a few…


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Posted by Chuck Gee - March 22, 2013 at 2:29 PM

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KickActs interviews Phil Swann!, pub-2427795083793513, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

Welcome to Kick Acts. Tell us a little about yourself and your band and where you can be found at on the web.

I’ve been knockin’ around this whacky racket for over 30-years. See: – Did you read that? Sweet Jesus, I’m 180-years old!

Who are your musical heroes, influences & why?

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMy influences vary widely and wildly. When I was a kid, my dad listened to Sinatra, Dean, Sammy, etc, you know, the standards, the tunes penned by the amazing Tin Pan Alley guys and gals. I think that’s where my first appreciation of really great songwriting was formed (listen to my CD Stale Scotch & Cheap Cigars). But, being a child of the 60s & 70s, I was, of course, drawn to rock ‘n’ roll, and the singer / songwriters of that era (Listen to my new EP, Age of Opportunity). To complicate matters further, I was raised in a small town in West Virginia therefore exposed to a lot of country music…by the way, not what’s called “country music” today, – I’m talkin’ the real hardcore stuff i.e George Jones, Ferlin Husky, Merle Haggard, Tom T. Hall, and of course Hank. So, I’m a bit “sybil-esque” when it comes to musical influences. I really do love it all and have learned from every genre.

Do you have any advice for someone just getting started in playing music?

Yes, marry well.


Any pitfalls they should avoid?

Yes, don’t get married.

Do you have a greatest gig story you’d like to share?

See below

On the same token as the above question. How about a “worse gig” ever story.

I’m combining questions 4 & 5 and here’s why: I’ve been very lucky in that I’ve been able to make a living in music since I was about 15-years old. Gigging was my part-time job growing up and gigging put me through college. I knew a lot of old WWI & WWII songs and that allowed me to play about every restaurant and piano bar in the NYC. After college, I hit the road in bands and never looked back. Believe it or not, a musician used to be able to make a pretty decent living by just gigging – I know, crazy talk, right? I think the biggest suck-factor for young bands and artists today is the lack of paying gigs. This concept of “play your music for free” or worse, “pay us to play your music” is ridiculous, insulting and just f**king wrong! What the hell is that about? When and how did that happen? But I digress. Anyway, back to best and worst gig question.

It’s hard for me to answer because 1). There are just so many gigs and stories, and 2). I’m not sure the statute of limitations is up in some states. But here’s what I do want to say and what I want my younger colleagues to hear: Looking back, I find that the good gigs are (as they were then) still good gigs, but the bad gigs are the GREAT stories. And trust me my young friends, the stories are everything. The stories are why we do this. The stories are what keep us plowing forward with a smile on our faces when the business just makes us want to cry. The stories we tell each other from the life we lead in this stupid stupid stupid business is what makes a life in the creative arts SO rewarding. Look, it’s like this: gigs will come and go; deals will come and go; fame will come and go; money will come and go. But if you’re living the creative life, you will always have stories. And not just amusing little anecdotes but incredible odysseys that mere civilians (non-creative folk) can only dream about. And trust me, that means something. It actually means everything, especially the older you get and longer you live this crazy life. So, embrace the bad, hellish, nightmare gigs. Don’t let them zap your energy, or suck your spirit, or worse, drive you out of the business. They’re going to be the great stories you talk about for years to come. One of my favorite Mark Twain quotes is: “Today’s tragedy is tomorrow’s joke.” God, is that ever true. I have that quote over my desk and look at it everyday. Just keep me on track.

But…there was that night in Joplin, MO when the girl crawled under my keyboard rack and..uh…never mind.

 Do you have any other hobbies other than playing music? Collect stamps? Collect hats from off the side of the road? Draw pictures of boobs?

Well, who doesn’t like to draw a nice boob picture from time to time? You know, it’s weird, I’ve never been a person with hobbies because my hobbies have inevitably become my job ergo I guess you could say I’ve never had a job. Hmm, I should talk to my shrink about that – I’ve never said that out loud before.

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But it’s true. I started playing music as a kid because it was fun; suddenly, I was getting paid for it. I started writing songs because it was fun (and a great way to make girls like me), before I knew it, I was being paid for it. I started holding songwriting workshops because I loved hanging out with songwriters and talking about songs; again, before I knew it, I was teaching songwriting at UCLA. I liked working with artists in the studio and…yup, you got it, I started being hired to produce records. More recently, it’s been writing novels (which I’m loving). I wrote a suspense thriller a few years back called, “The Mozart Conspiracy.” The book was published and has been selling pretty well. I’m working on my second book right now. FYI, I signed a deal at the beginning of this year with an Italian book publisher who is releasing an Italian translation of “The Mozart Conspiracy.” They call it, “Il Codice Amedeus.” Cool, right? So, no, I don’t have any hobbies. I’d get one but I’m afraid it’d become my living and I don’t have time for anymore jobs. Jesus, I’m tired just hearing all that.

What do you think about the present music scene or lack of?

Oh crap, here’s where I start sounding like my dad. Okay, here goes. We all are aware of the trials and tribulations facing the music industry today. Hell, guys like me sit around and bitch about it on a daily, if not hourly, basis. I talked about it earlier when addressing the problem of “free music” instead of good paying gigs. I guess my frustration today is I feel that music and we who create music just need to be respected more. But – and this is really what I feel – I think we creators must respect ourselves more. Lord, guys, stop GIVING IT AWAY!!! It’s not helping anyone – least of which you.

Look, I understand YouTube, Internet radio, Spotify, yada yada yada are not going away. Nor should they. We artists and writers can (and always have) embraced new technologies as a way of getting our music out to the world, but we have to stop de-monetizing it. It doesn’t serve the art form; it only devalues its importance. We can find a balance. I hope there are smarter people than me out there working on this. We can’t keep going down this road.

Also, we (the creators), in the midst of all this new technology at our disposal, must never lose sight of the purity of the music. I fear sometimes we’re not “writing songs” these days as much as we’re “making records.” Don’t get me wrong, the records we’re making sound amazing! Technology continues to blow my mind and there are some very gifted producers and engineers making those records – hell, they’re practically scientists! But sometimes I miss the pure and simple craft of songwriting. You still hear it occasionally but more and more it’s about the production and less about the crafty-ness of the song. Here’s what I mean; I believe the great songwriters from the Tin-Pan Alley era created pop songwriting as we know it today. They were just such fine craftsmen and women and we’re still basically doing what they perfected…just not as well, at least I’m not. I think it’s forgotten that they had to write songs that would be hits from the sale of the sheet music. The songs had to work on paper alone! I think a bit of that way of creating might be a good thing to remember as we’re downloading our cool new plug-in or latest upgrade of ProTools.

Sorry. I told you I was about to sound like my dad…or your dad.

Tell us something about each of your band members that we wouldn’t expect to hear… (Like their hobbies or something like that)

I don’t have any band members but I do have many many many imaginary friends. They’re all named Fred.

Hypothetical situation. You’re stranded on Gilligan’s island and you get to hook up with only one of the girls. Is it Ginger, Mary Ann or Mrs. Howell and why?

Well, Mary Ann is definitely the hottest but I fear I’d fall in love with her after the sex and, well, let’s be honest, this is a deserted island and who wants to be in a committed relationship on a deserted island? So no on Mary Ann. Now, Ginger, yes, hot, and probably a hellcat in the ol’ hammock. But I think I’d have to take a pass there too. I mean, she is an actress after all and my experience with actresses is they’re all a bit bat-shit crazy; I’d be afraid she’d freak out in the middle of the night and stab me in the face with a shiv made out of a coconut. So, pass on Ginger too. Which, I guess, leaves, Mrs. Howell. Yes, Mrs. Howell is who I’d hook up with. Besides, I think she’d be grateful and isn’t that what all any of us are looking for? Someone to be grateful? Plus, it’s a deserted island…who’s going to know. (editor’s note:This is the best damn answer I have received so far for this question)

Our last question is called Shout It Out Loud. It’s where you get to talk about whatever you want to talk about. So go ahead and “SHOUT IT OUT LOUD”!

“No,” he whispered.


Posted by Chuck Gee - March 22, 2013 at 12:00 AM

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