Sunday, November 15, 2009

Thoughts for the day.

how come they call Philly the city of brotherly love when everyone here is always so mad? maybe not always mad, but i just saw two guys yelling at each other in the street over literally nothing. The one guy started the fight after he accidentally bumped into the other. "HEY! I'M WALKING HERE!" I'm sure you can see where this went.

Last night in Baltimore was a good time, at least from what i can remember. I may or may not have had one or more adult beverages that i may or may not have paid for. It wasn't a blackout by any means, but it also wasn't a milk and cookie party, if you catch my drift. The problem is for me is that everyone else but me gets massive hangovers and whines about it. I either feel fine or have a beer when I wake up just to even me out. Now i know if you're underage this isn't good to read, but look...if you do ever get hungover, it works. trust me.

So i woke up kinda early< watched some football, found a bar right by our bus that has .49 cent PBR's and football and a cute bartender so I may go hang there for a bit. Too early to tell. I am looking forward to playing tonight. Philly is always a great stop on tour.

Listened to some new songs from the band Artist Vs.Poet, a great band on Fearless Records. I liked what I heard so far and I think when some of you guys hear it, you will really like it too. It's a good blend of dance, pop and a dash or rock.

One of my favorite bands in the last 5 years or so is The Academy Is... It's no secret, really. I'm pretty vocal about it. I've known William, Adam and Carden since they were teenagers and have been able to watch them grow into one of the best rock bands of their generation. I have been listening to the "Barrington High" record more lately and have to say for the record "His Girl Friday" is the best song on that record. They also just put out an EP you should check out. And they aren't breaking up. so hush with that.

i just came back from the bar. had 6 beers. it cost me 3 bucks. on that note, time to go play the show. holler.

1 comment:

  1. I believe the only reason it is referred to as "The City of Brotherly Love", is only because Philadelphia is Greek for "brotherly love" from philos, (love) and adelphos, (brother). Too bad the people don't often reflect the takes too much energy to be angry.