A band so-named because I had the domain hanging around
and the band needed a name.
It's not really a band, anyway.
But if it didn't have a name, how would you find it?
You have one evening to create a song...
Dan Pope and I (Kevin Dowd) have been playing music together
since the late 1970s.
We played in bands, but the larger creative outlet
has always been writing and recording.
Starting around 2011, we began writing and recording
with the following ground rules:
We have one evening to write and record a song
There's no going back and fixing it the next day,
with the possible exception of re-mixing.
It's great fun.
Nothing gets old.
The result is always a surprise.
In 2018, we picked up speed, meeting more often to record.
In 2019, to-date, we've met about three times a month, producing
a great amount of material.
I split up the stash into A-sides, B-sides and C-sides.
Since nobody listens to anything anyway, I suggest you start with
The C-sides are for the die-hard stoners we have to kick out
of the venue when the roadies are done packing up.
Except, that's never happened.
A-sides, B-sides and C-sides are in temporal order.
July 28, 2020: after a long pandemic-related break, here's something new.
This broke the one-night rule. I think that the last time we met was
May, and we ran out of time.
I added some vocals and an organ to Mulberry Street today, July 28th.