Here we are holding down the Sunday jam at Thomas Square for (de)Occupy Honolulu: Michael, Laulani, Dave and Laulani, who is trying to video while singing backups and playing ukulele, and myself on slide and singing. Michael plays upside down and backwards, Jimi Hendrix style, and David has an endless stream of classic folk songs [...]
Extension of “99 percent blues,” acoustic with slide guitar and my sweet new Gibson acoustic on rhythm. The new verses reflect the 8 raids on the Thomas Square Occupy Honolulu encampment. Still there though! Come down Sunday afternoon for Food Not Bombs and a jam with Laulani Teale and myself. Bring yer [...]
OK, so what’s a blues song without some words? I finished my tribute to Jimi Hendrix’s “Red House” by cutting some vocals dedicated to the Occupy movement, and the ninety-nine percent struggling to wake up from the nightmare the one percent is inflicting on us every day with corruption, oppression, and greed. Oh, and if [...]
Ok, I’ve been catching tons of great music while traveling but have not had time to write about it, so rather than try to start at the beginning and do posts on everything, I’ll just give you the whirlwind tour.
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