In 1992, Soul Asylum released their breakthrough album, Grave Dancer’s Union, beginning a brief brush with fame. But in reality, the band started in 1981, eleven years prior. 659 more words
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What a masterpiece this song is! Most importantly, it’s a video that is forever etched in my brain. I remember with the help of Minneapolis-natives Soul Asylum, it helped find several missing children to find their homes safely. 31 more words
People say the NYC Subway system is the best in the country, and maybe it is, but that doesn’t mean it’s not frustrating enough to write a song about it, as I did on Saturday night. 297 more words
She was nine years old and had thoughts and manners way ahead of her age.
She was introvert and despised mingling with other kids who had blunt and bloody lunchboxes, kept silly-dully stationeries, and boasted off horrible models of synthetic life forms like robots and dolls. 1,343 more words
A Fun and Intriguing Night at the Black Horse Open Mic in Mexico City - With a Cameo by a Runaway Director
MEXICO CITY – One of the occasional side shows of open mics around the world is the attendance of unusual people meeting on the level playing field of the amateur stage. 1,393 more words