Monthly Archives: March 2008

>Winners Never Quit

>For several years now, one of my favorite singer/song writers has been David Bazan. Bazan is best known for the music he released under the moniker Pedro the Lion, though he also is the brains behind the all-analog electronic ensemble … Continue reading

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>Rush Hour

>Yesterday I put the down payment on this Bike. It’s very pretty.

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>Whole Foods

>I am officially in love with Whole Foods… well I at least have a serious crush anyway. Somehow it took me two and a half years of living in Louisville to make it out to one but I finally did … Continue reading

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>Longing For Redemption

> On Thursday Dr. Orrick preached a sermon on Romans 8 in chapel. The focal point of the message was that those who are in Christ have only been given the first fruits of salvation. Meanwhile, our bodies, along with … Continue reading

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>Various Colors

> I’m a big fan of Various Colors by Kaori Ishitani, the new show at The 930 art gallery (Kissing Under the Mistletoe shown). Katie and I (along with a handful of other committed art lovers) ventured out in the … Continue reading

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>The Photographic

>It’s been a while since Cole Robertson turned me on to The Photographic, but boy am I ever glad he did. Using simply a drum set an electric guitar, this Louisville-based instrumental indie duo creates elaborate sonic landscapes that are … Continue reading

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>Show @ Sunergos

>After talking about it for two years now, I am playing a show with Kelsey Waldon on March 15th at Sunergos. The show will have a bit for everybody, from electronica to americana. If you are in town I would … Continue reading

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