Pug Skullz to be crammed into a small space, spoken to as if they were intelligent, then allowed access to the general population! But If Pug Skullz Are In The Radio Who Do I See Playing My Guitar?

Pug Skullz to be crammed into a small space, spoken to as if they were intelligent, then allowed access to the general population! But if Pug Skullz are in the radio, who do I see playing my guitar?

Serendipity? Coincidence? My life, over these last couple of years, has really taken on a surreal quality. Point in case, Olaf Jens, a.k.a. The Vinyl Avenger, invited us onto his show after the release of the ‘When You Hurt’ / ’13th Step’ single a couple weeks ago. This all happened over the computer, because, for the most part, humans don’t live in that old reality place anymore. I think the last time I saw Spinmeister Johnny Ola (another of his aliases) was at our first show at St. Joseph’s in Grass Valley. So, after he’d invited us, my mind would start racing at night, mulling over all the cool things we’d talk about and worrying about how we were going to fit all of us into that coffin-sized space. I wanted to call or write to get a grip on these questions, but I figured it would be easier face-to-face.

So I walk into the local art store yesterday and ‘BAM,’ there’s Lucy and Olaf, a.k.a. DJ Bobby Ola, shopping for doll parts! We probably talked for twenty minutes…just enough to allay my fears (probably instilling them in him). It all worked out for me and it sounds like we’re going to be having a real cool time tonight. The high humidity and cramped space, the pressure to be real while being somewhat entertaining, the paparazzi…I think we’re in for a treat. I mean ‘you’re’…I think you’re in for a real treat.

Oh! Since The Vinyl Avenger is a real professional in the music industry, he’s got a nice system worked out where his show is available for download the following day at his website. Before I give you that address, I’d like to remind everyone that Olaf works as a DJ for a lot of shows in the northern California/ northern Nevada region. It’s not some fly-by-night operation, either. He spins real vinyl, which he owns…he was one of the featured DJ’s at this year’s De-Bauch-A-Reno festival…he plays great music and sometimes surprises me with a gem I’ve never even heard before! What am I saying? Hire him if you need a great DJ or just download all of his past shows for a great introduction to the deeper currents of rockn’roll…here’s that link: http://the-vinyl-avenger.blogspot.com/