this pertains to a private or business correspondence between myself and certain industry professionals.
also, at Earth day 1993 by bay Area Action, and produced by Jason Coltun before he joing Red Light, Michelle Shocked played this song at Stanford, Frost Amphitheatre. I don’t know Michelle Shocked nor would I have guessed that I would soon thereafter start producing concerts. Dar Williams, around that time, was just Julie Williams’ kid sister, and a friend of a friend of my Dartmouth classmate Charlotte Gerstein. (Whose partner then, Rob Lederer pka Rob Craig founded a band Number Nine or Numba Nine but also knew members of Counting Crows when most of them were still Naked Barbies.
yadda. yadda. yadda.
Hey, Girls, or girls, or women, or guys: keep on rockin’
And, yeah, I’m a housewife.
edita to add: the video, of someone in 2009 Bernadette Mary or something playing “Anchored Down in Alaska” sometimes doesn’t play thru on the wordpress or youtube format so here is a screen capture. I was remembering the “keep on rockin'” part. Here, at 3:26.
shout out to my wife the lovely and talented Terry Acebo Davis and our friend Joe Zirker the visual artist whose work is at Far out Gallery (Fog) on Taraval in SF.
and1: Leroy says, send this picture, and while we are at it, the keyboard also a shout to, not Dar but Dao, Dao Strom who, maybe more than Michelle Shocked even, knows how Alaska feels relative to Texas. Dao the Michener Fellow and singer songwriter Mom, to Lincoln. This is Anita Zik:
also: Keep ears peeled for Palo Alto World Music Day on Father’s Day, from 5 to 7:30 or something, Downtown, Palo Alto, and maybe on Solstice later that week, same spots, different casts, perhaps the fourth or so attempt at ICOBOPA International Congress of Buskers, from 7 to 9 to take advantage of our nearness to Sunny Boy Williamson, the third rocker.
andand Leroy says keep rockin