In May of 1985, a photographer captured the marquee of the shuttered Grand Circus Theatre frozen in time with the bill of its final concert—Motörhead with Merciful Fate and Exciter on December 5, 1984. The raspy growl of Motörhead’s Lemmy Kilmister would be the last voice heard from the Grand Circus Theatre’s stage until April 21, 1996 when, after much renovation, it reopened as the Detroit Opera House with an inaugural performance by tenor Luciano Pavarotti.
Kids these days think its all fish fingers and bow ties. They don’t know the value of a good chainsaw sword.
check out this track from my solo album, THE TRESSER, which drops next week! lord a mercy, ho-lee shit.
We are living in a golden era.
"Underhaunted" by Mrs.Paintbrush
a new tune for this blessed Friday
Much like Leonard Nimoy, Mrs.Paintbrush is In Search of… Ghosts
This will not go over well for the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize winner.
This Presidency has been one long, cruel practical joke.
I had an interesting Thursday night.
Eh, might as well…
My parents were heavy into Wim Wenders when I was young, and the Until the End of the World soundtrack cassette was a fixture in the car. This is one of the very first songs I remember liking.