laughter and plenty of chaos

growing up i was never without a pet. first there was luke. my father rescued the black lab from starving in the streets and to this day considers the dog he long buried the greatest friend he ever had.

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The Former Self-Proclaimed, “Garage Band King” Andrew McMahon Has Found His Greatest Success “In The Wilderness” The Aquarian Weekly. June 29, 2016

Many of us in the dawn of our thirties are still proud to call Andrew McMahon our Garage Band King. Fourteen years ago when Something Corporate hit the scene McMahon belted the words, which echoed in the anxious hearts of skinny jean wearing “Babies of the ’80s” who “just didn’t fit in.” In turn, we poured into smoky venues, faces smeared with eyeliner and expectation that for a few hours we “could feel complete.”

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you and me and…

after spending four years as a team of two, my mister and i are finally expanding our roster. we are thrilled to announce we are expecting!
…puppy!

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he didn’t take home any leftovers.

before i even pulled out of my parking spot i texted anthony to let him know what a wonderful time i had. one second later his response popped onto my screen. there were no games. there was no playing it cool. we were both smitten kittens.

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The Man Behind The Music: An Interview with Citizen Cope

It is near impossible to assign the music of Citizen Cope to a specific genre. An eclectic mix of rock, blues, hip-hop, and folk influences fuse together to form a totally unique, soulful sound. With six albums under his belt and the Rainwater Recording record label to his name, Citizen Cope has victoriously created an entirely new genre of music.

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Concert Review: Counting Crows 8.29.15 The Aquarian Weekly. November 25, 2015

The band ripped the brilliantly reverent “Mercy” as the crowd fell silent. “Earthquake Driver,” “Elvis Went To Hollywood,” and “Cover Up the Sun” each showcased the well-oiled, self-proclaimed touring machine that is Counting Crows. “God of Ocean Tides,” the first song written for the new album, resembled traditional Counting Crows with a raw and hauntingly beautiful twist.

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