Monday, January 7, 2013

T’WAS THE NIGHT AFTER CHRISTMAS*



THE ‘DOOMSDAY MEMOIRS’ BOOK TOUR BEGINS

Temecula, CA – Hello Sports Fans, I won’t kid you. This adventure is different from any story or political event that I have tracked down or been a part of. I’m pumped but in a protracted way. I guess the best way to put this is like if Moses had been allowed to take a complete journey rather than just see over the mountain top. Even more than being anointed ‘scene historian’ or a local name around these parts, famous in some circles, infamous in others, the launch of the book, hard copy, represents an end to always feeling like a procrastinator.

However, the end of one journey begets another one with it being no time to rest on my laurels, literally, so here is the January itinerary: 






JAN 7 - IE Talk Radio KCAA 1050AM or www.kcaaradio.com Monday night at 6:00 PM to hear the award winning radio program Marijuana Compassion and Common Sense, 760-799-2055, hosted by Lanny Swerdlow, RN. [My segment is scheduled for 6:35-6:45, 50]

JAN 19 - We Can Work It Out Tour/Comedy Day, hosted by Jeff Clark/LA NORML, Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 10:00 AM (PST), Ukrainian Cultural Center,
4315 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90029
Scheduled to perform at the all day event are 7 Bands 12 Comedians, a 420 friendly event staff plus additional special guests TBA. [Look for yours truly and my booth/table and get a signed copy of Memoirs].

BANDS/ACTS


    The Killbots - The Killbots is a rap group based out of Los Angeles and the Inland Empire. Man E Faces, Juco Law and J. Prhyme


    The Bluesetta Band - Bluesetta was handpicked by John Belushi to sing and dance with Jake and Elwood, but never got the chance. She left Hollywood brokenhearted. Bluesetta had a blues epiphany in 2006 returning to entertain with original music,some Joliet Jake tunes, and a stompin' band!


    The Janks - The Janks, LA 2009. developed a local following, toured, and forged a timeless '60s and '70s rock sound which melds an appreciation that runs the gamut —from The Kinks, Led Zeppelin and Queen to The White Stripes, Fleet Foxes, Grizzly Bear, Radiohead, and Ween.


    Dead to the Core - a Grateful Dead influenced jam band from Los Angeles with rock ‘n’ roll, fusion, blues, reggae, bluegrass, and zydeco influences.


    Exssex, a retro back to the eighties band fronted by Jerry Deex, drummer, ex- Marine Corp.


    SoCal Meen Green is a self-proclaimed hempaholic who lives the danksta way of life, aka, rapper/MC


    Ponyboy & Los Marijuanos are modern day Hemp Freedom Fighters playing "good get high music" in the classic house party band mode.

This is a Los Angeles NORML fundraiser in conjunction with the California Clemency Project and The Human Solution.

(* - On the Coptic Christian calendar)

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