Thursday, November 19, 2009
Being as we're all half-dead and quite deflated after yesterday's final upload for The December issue of The Gazette, this will be a shorter than usual blog, although equally as informative, hopefully.
Two things of note:
1. Meat Loaf is going to Rock Camp... well, hosting one actually. We're not talking Jack Black in form-fitting school boy uniform teaching little tikes to kill a riff. We're talkin a grown-up Fanatasy Rock Camp where aspiring artists can go to work with a star-studded group of counselors (including Yes singer Jon Anderson and former Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley). I wonder if there'll be the standard camp games at this affair? (Can you imagine potato sack racing with Meat Loaf?).
Our very own Sara Wilkins and Amy Hood will be going to LA tomorrow to meet the man himself, the man who sent ladies spontaneously melting in the 80's with the ballad "Paradise by the Dashboard Light." They'll talk to Meat Loaf (not to be confused with meatloaf see below), about the camp and life out of hell.
Also, check out this chuckle-worthy commercial inspired by Meat loaf's "I Would Do Anything For Love."
2. Also, this weekend, Little Women will be playing at The chance Theater in Anaheim. It should be a treat for all Alcott fans. And non-fans too. Don't knock it if you haven't read it. It's surprisingly way more interesting and enjoyable than the lackluster book covers usually portray (muted paintings of women sewing...not so).
Thu at 8pm
Fri at 8pm
Sat at 3pm & 8pm
Sun at 2pm & 7pm
This actually ended up being really long. Apologies.
Cheerio old chaps,
On my iPod: Honorary Title's "Stay Away"
Posted by The OC Gazette at 1:51 PM