Tallest tale

I thought I bought this cd merely because I liked the cover art but must have somehow known it or he was booked by Billions, was playing Lolapalooza in Chicago — where I was born — and is coming to Fox Theatre in September. Good people at Rasputin in South Mountain View had it on an endcap which also still slays me quite often:

edita: and then jambase ten minutes ago tells me, as I am trying to log off, that they or it or he is going on tour, time being of essence and all that. 2) is from Sweden; 3) conjures Woody Guthrie who is turning 100, or what’s left of him is, rather; 4) also at Newport Folk. 5) originally I was going to snarkily post that a new restaurant in downtown Palo Alto is called Tacolicious and a blurb in local rag says they are hip and they name-check “the Shins”. When Taco Bell has a new burrito called “The Shins — burrito” then we are all completely f —–.

edit to add, taco not tall: the tiniest bit of research shows that Taco stand is in the Mission on Valencia so it may be cool. Terry and I were just at Puerto Allegre, where I liked the solo mariachi guitar singer guy and the art, a Frida Kahlo tribute curated by Bird Levy Strain of Polu Manu Productions. I ate not long ago at P.A. with Francisco Ferndandez of Ferocious Few, the famous defiant busker guy who I vow to bring to the 94304 soon enough; Leah Garchik had an item about some buskers in town from NOLA and I meant to ring her about Ferocious Few, who had their gear stolen. I will try the taco stand hereabouts soonenoughs.

About markweiss86

Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player; he also sang in local choir, and fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32
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