Thursday, May 29, 2008
Back in 2002 I resurrected the old press since the scene was once again springing from it's hole with a bunch of new and old bands. All was going great until the shop I was working at went out of business. I lost all access to free copy machines for the first time in 24 years. So these issues with Chris Cah, Goslow, SBGB, The Brainless Wonders, Willie Loco and The Boom Boom Band, The Numbskulls, The Queers, The Belmondos, and The Wailers (!?) were trying to pick up where I left off, but ended up being the last published installments of the Wormtown Press.
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
Monday, May 26, 2008
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
No, you did not read that wrong. I recently found some pictures from the 20th Anniversary. It was at Ralph's, (duh), and featured The Commandos, Crybabies, and The Time Beings. That's all I remember. I do remember photos were taken by Scott Wheeler. Looks like it was a blast. Captain PJ had all the puppets there.
Monday, May 19, 2008
The complex of buildings on Landsdowne St. across from Fenway Park that formally was home to Avalon/Metro/Spit /Axis and I think The Boston Tea Party in the 60's is being torn down to make way for The New House of Blues. How many shows did you see there? I can't remember them all but The Ramones, Gang of Four, Madness, Sisters of Mercy, The Kingsmen, The Godfathers, and many more. Don't know when they will will be done and if the last standing building will be part of it or not. I think that's where the Tea Party was.
Saturday, May 17, 2008
A couple weeks ago we celebrated Wormtown 30. This weekend I'm celebrating LB 50th. Carrie Jo took me to see the Sox play the Brewers on Friday May 16th. While waiting on Yawkey Way in the rain for the game to start I had the chance to try on The Red Sox World Series Ring they won in '07. They wouldn't let me keep it though. The game was rained out, so we must go back tonight to see them play. More beer, hot dogs, peanuts and fun at Fenway.
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Here's The Odds , from a different angle. I don't know how people deal with YouTube. It takes hours to upload these things. I had to do it three times before I got it right. I really don't have time for that. So here is a song that Mike Malone has posted on his site, but from the crowd's angle.
Sunday, May 11, 2008
After a week of going through all the recordings from the BIG 30th anniversary bash, here it is. Half the sets from all the bands. We would love to have played it all, but it's wicked long. So here's the first installment. Just click on the stream or download current show, by The Worm Bros. Of coarse we'll be back with the rest in the future. Oh, and the old flier is there just as a reminder, we rock again , as we always have.
Sunday, May 4, 2008
But the celebration continues. Thanks to everyone who came and supported Wormtown Music. and thanks especially the bands who lent their talent to to the festivities. I'll let you know when the audio is available on wurn.org. It's gonna take a while. And I'll keep posting stuff here from the archive of the Wormtown Library every so often.
THANKS TO......The Pathetics, The Commandos, Black Rose Garden, The Numbskulls, The Classic Ruins, The Performers, The Odds, The Prefab Messiahs and
And Narragansett Beer and Ralph's
And check out these videos
Thursday, May 1, 2008
You're 30 years old. Let's have a party!!!!