Tuesday, June 1, 2010

This week in Loueyville

A very world-weary Lou pokes her head out from under the rock where she's been hiding and asks no one in particular: Is it safe to come out yet?

Sorry for the radio (blogio) silence lately, kids. But after a couple of hell-weeks at the Meatspace Workplace, I am finally-- methinks-- a lady of leisure for a couple months. Or mostly leisure: I have a "to do" list that looks like the phone book. It still may take me a while to get back on my game, but it feels like a million bucks to have just completed my 10th year of my chosen profession.

So, what's new Loueyville? (whoa-oh-oh-oh)

Well, up this week is the Charlie Mars show at Zanzibar on Wednesday. I'm looking forward to playing on a "school night."

If you missed the G. Love show at Headliners on Saturday, that's a very sad thing. I first saw G. Love in the mid-90's in NYC, and, as they say, the man must have a portrait in his attic somewhere. He's just as fun and funky (and young-looking) as he was back then. And it was my first trip to Headliners, which turned out to be much more intimate than I imagined. Good stuff all around.

Also coming up this week is Let them Tweet Cake at Sweet Surrender. You can hit up Tweet Cake and then follow me to Charlie Mars, if you're so inclined.

Back to the to do list. Happy Summer! Catch you later, Bill & Ted.


Anonymous said...

Rumor has it there was a very, very cute picture taken of Lou and G Love. Wonder if that could somehow be posted with a bit of a blur over Lou's mug?

Jules said...

Don't forget- the Sox are in town this weekend!