Head over to music.dandywarhols.com and see what we’re setting up here with the help of Bandcamp. We’re trying to make it easier for all of our friends to get what they want from us while maintaining control over high costs and all that. Our first offering is LIVE AT THE MISSION (above) film score, recorded live at 2012’s Dinner and Show at the Mission Theater in Portland. The record is just five bucks to download, it’s DRM free, and you can choose your preferred format.
(Do you have tickets for our 2013 Mission performance? Better hurry if you don’t.)
While you’re at music.dandywarhols.com, you can also pick up the holiday classics “Little Drummer Boy” and “Silent Night” for FREE. Yeah. Just enter $0.00 as the price you pay along with your email address and you’re home free.
Bah bah bah bah bahhhhhh.
Well would ya look at that. I’m back in. So as far as I can tell, 1775 was a really long and boring year….so far.
The most interesting part I’m finding is that it gets me to wondering which makes humankind smaller, meaner, uglier, and stupider: politics or religion?
I’m leaning towards religion but as I’m in the South I will sooner or later be confronted with FOX News and that’s always a real scale-tipper on the side of politics making us ugly, stupid, cruel etc.
Don’t they realize that tv is for watching football?
But what do I know.
Ho hum, Happy Thanksgiving everybody.
The Dandy Warhols cordially invite you to two unprecedented events on Tuesday, December 17th, streaming LIVE and direct from the legendary Odditorium.
Visit live with Courtney, Peter, Zia, and Brent as they lead you on a tour of their spacious Portland headquarters, capped off with a special live acoustic performance direct from the Odditorium stage.
UPDATE: Third stream added. See stageit.com/thedandywarhols for details.
Man I’m in the nosebleeds. We learned on stadium tour that it’s where the party is.
As you can see from the orangey-red spot right down there near the tip, this is not a “white” pizza, this is supposed to be a normal slice of cheese pie cut in half. I’m finding that not only do small towns tend to like their pizza to be triangles of cheesebread, but so does Portland.
SO IF you are in Portland and like sauce on your pizza, I’ve found that the best I’ve had (so far) is:
Escape From New York Pizza on NW 23rd and Hoyt. It is indistinguishable from Stromboli or St Mark’s style New York slice.