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It’s Just A Drop In The Ocean

I was going through show withdrawals. My apologies to everyone I have interacted with over the past nearly two weeks. I could tell I was going through withdrawals but the stress of my impending move to a townhome (and the... Continue Reading →

I Need Some Time Alone With The Crew To Do The Stupid Things That We Used To Do

The second my friend and I stepped foot into First Avenue, I knew it was going to be an amazing night. We were a little late due to loosing track of time over some pizza and drinks at home but... Continue Reading →

Black Leather Middle Finger

Welcome to 2020! The year that I will finally hit 300 shows (at least I hope) and there was no better way to kick the year off than at The 7th Street Entry on Friday night with some of the... Continue Reading →

Frustrated, Incorporated

It felt so good to be back in Minneapolis and be back at a show. Sure, spending the holidays with my family was great and I realized that maybe, deep down, I miss the slow and calm nature of Des... Continue Reading →

I’m Surrounded By Greatness

I'm in a concert drought and I hate it. I'm sure there are shows going on that I could be at but the mixture of the cold dark tundra I live in and the stress of adulting by way of... Continue Reading →

At Least My Thoughts Are All In Order

It's getting colder and colder out which is making it harder and harder to leave the apartment every day. Yes, I know I signed up for this weather when I moved up to Minnesota over ten years ago and I... Continue Reading →

Everyone’s Looking For The Thrill Tonight

Sold out shows at First Avenue are not out of the norm. Honestly, it seems to be the norm these days. I'm typically not surprised when a show sells out and have gotten pretty good at calling it before it... Continue Reading →

Life’s Waiting To Begin

I'm obsessed with Blink 182. Find me a former emo kid that isn't and I'll show you a liar. They are my band. No matter what my mood is, they are there to comfort me like a weighted blanket. I've... Continue Reading →

Get Up On This Wisconsin Death Trip

There was excitement, anticipation and a hint of nervousness when I walked into The Myth last night. Sure, it was a concert and a stacked line-up which had the people in the audience ready to go but there was also... Continue Reading →

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