Hey hey! I got a segment in the North Bay Scene Podcast last week. The podcast is a live recording of the show that went down at the Whitewater Gallery.
You can hear me play “please stop cryin” – the song that made me rich, as well as hear from a few people I shared the stage with that night. To listen go here.
I hope you can make it to this show at the Whitewater Gallery. It is a fundraiser to help better support the arts in North Bay. The show is just $5 and you’ll get to see myself, Mikey Chewbacca, Carmen Monette, Weekend Dad, Jonesy Y. Knoxville and Feels Like Yesterday all in one night! the show starts at 7:00pm and you can catch me hitting the stage at 10:20pm
Here is a video of me playing ‘Please Stop Cryin’ at The UnderGround shot November 21st when I played with The Hometown Hecklers, The Clydesdales and The Republic. This was a fun show. A few months later the Underground got shut down, but rumour has it they are hard at work renovating the place and have plans to reopen soon.
Ryan Problems @ The UnderGround shot and uploaded courtesy of MrsRougeChat, AKA Dawna.
I finally got a decent six-string acoustic guitar. I picked up a Cort SF Series guitar for a reasonably low price and I couldn’t be happier with the sound, size and feel of the instrument. I tried about five different guitars, a few other Corts and a Tradition.
The aim was to get a six-string Acoustic with a pick-up that would be less maintenance than my 12-string and suitable for live shows as well as possibly recording. I think its safe to say “Mission Accomplished.”
Come see me at the Bull and Quench Pub on December 13th! When I was first invited to this show it was on a different day and it was an “Ugly Christmas Sweater Party” but I am happy to be playing all the same. As far as I know you can still wear ugly Christmas Sweaters if you want. The whole evening is in support of North Bay’s Roller Derby League. For more info on that check out the event on Facebook or the Roller Derby Group.
I will be kicking off the evening around 9, followed by the HomeTown Hecklers and The Coffins (Sudbury Skunkabilly).