And we're back!  Bless Sherice and the new back-end of the website!


New Here Come The Mummies tour dates


The liveliest bunch of Un-Dead you will ever meet continue funking up the U.S. with more tour dates and a fantastic new album Cryptic which hits street May 14.  Press release is here but even more exciting is their brand-new revamped website which can be viewed at  Please jump aboard that Mummy party train!


Interesting article about what folks are doing on the web – Happy Friday


My friend Andy passed this on and I found it interesting to see the traffic for the major social and email sites.  Funny, one of my favorite hangs is not on there!  Guess others aren't as busy shopping ;-)  Enjoy --


Good time at the Fox Theatre in Riverside, CA


It is always so lovely to go to a show at a grand old theatre.   My clients Creedence Clearwater Revisited ( recently played at the renovated Fox in Riverside, CA -  Highly recommend this venue!


I’m doing a webinar in June


I'll be doing a webinar for indie musicians and others with my pals at Business Battery Pack on June 22nd.  Information is here:


Good news and sad news


In very good news, I will be working with SpokesBuzz, a non-profit based in Fort Collins, CO on its BandSwap events which will happen this fall.  Much more to come but for now please visit In sad news, a venue in Los Angeles that holds many special memories for me will be closing this fall.  I will always call it "the Universal" but the Gibson Amp where I saw many great shows including my first, Spandau Ballet, The Smiths, Gene Loves Jezebel, etc.  More info at


Women in music conference


Check out details on my pal Carla's Meow Con - a conference in October to be held in Austin focusing on women in music:


New Creedence dates in Canada this summer


Be sure to check out the new Creedence Clearwater Revisited Canadian dates added for June and July at


My new fave documentary on the 80s


Even if you didn't spend your formative years in the 80s as I did, you may still enjoy the new 6 part documentary on Nat Geo - The 80's - The Decade That Made us.  I particularly like Jane Fonda's contribution but it's all quite good.  I am sure they will be airing them a lot from here onwards -- more info at


MTV and co offer indie bands some opportunity


This is something to check out, you good indie folks: Enjoy and happy Spring.