It’s time for part 2 of the recycled cool versions of LOUIE LOUIE shared by our friend Clay Stabler originally over at the Facebook LOUIE LOUIE PARTY group as part of a “Days of Christmas” theme. …
On the 5th day of Christmas — a fine version by Kelly Melvin. Sounds a bit like Green […]
One month after receiving handwritten lyrics from Neil Innes, and writing about his misadventures with Pledge Music on my LL blog, he passes away.
Very saddened by his passing, but feeling so very grateful that I saw him perform three times – a Rutles reunion at BeatleFest in Los Angeles, and two […]
This week, our friend Clay Stabler shared a handful of cool versions of LOUIE LOUIE over at the Facebook LOUIE LOUIE PARTY group as part of a “Days of Christmas” theme.
Here’s an overview of Clay’s first four…
On the 1st day of Christmas — Louie Louie as a power ballad by Ben Caruso/Desire:
I’m saddened to report that Dorothy Berry (Dorothy Ann Durr), high school sweetheart and first wife of Richard Berry, passed away on Friday, December 20th. She suffered with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and died at the age of 79 years old.
Dorothy met Richard Berry during her time at Jefferson High School […]
Last week, we lost a dear friend.
Roy Loney, a founding member of the Flamin’ Groovies, died on Friday the 13th of December. He passed away at Sutter Health’s California Pacific Medical Center Davis Campus. As noted in the SF Chronicle, the cause of death was severe organ failure, according to Vivian Altmann, his […]
Actor Rene Auberjonois has passed away after a battle with lung cancer.
The New York-born Auberjonois began his career in the theatre in the 1960s, and made his feature film debut in Robert Altman’s M*A*S*H. in 1970, portraying the character of Father Mulcahy.
Auberjonois would go on to become a prolific character actor, enjoying […]