"If you’re a fan of modern country, jangle pop, Byrdsy folk, Americana, or classic songwriting, this disc is going to make you very happy."
Bart Mendoza, San Diego Troubadour

We Think We've Got it Now: Headers that Don't Suck! 

Okay, it seems as though we might have a handle on this.  Bandzoogle has given us the ability to have multiple headers cycling across the top of our pages.  We've selected five to rotate.  We've added our logo (brand is important), photo credits (lawsuits are expensive), and a CD review so cool we could have written it ourselves.  What do you all think?  What can we do better? Tell us. We want your opinion!

Wow! Those Header Images Keep Changing 

Our friends at Bandzoogle, hosts of our web page, are always working on cool new features that we can use to update our sites.  Now we can have slideshows for headers as well as still images.  Pretty cool.  For now, we're just playing around with it, but we'll try to have some 'header-worthy' images up soon.  Thanks to Kathy Tucker, Patrick Espinosa & Pierce Harrison for the images we're using so far.

Did Our (Great) Review Get Lost in the Shuffle? 

We can't seem to remember for sure but we might have been keeping some pretty cool info a secret from everyone.  It wasn't ever posted here in our blog anyway, but that's about to be corrected.  Back in November, Bart Mendoza's column in the San Diego Troubadour included a mini-review of Songs from Ray's Garage.   We definitely posted about it on Twitter and Facebook.  We quoted the review… Read more

A Neighborhood Bar and a Fun Time 

Friday night the band had a great time at Pal Joey's, a super neighborhood bar with a cozy little niche in the back where bands can play.  Cathryn Beeks from ListenLocalSD was there and had us on some sort of webcast where people could watch the show live on their computers or something.  We'll have to look into that a little closer.  We had some extra time after our regular set so we pulled out some… Read more

Wookie's Debut at Pal Joey's is Friday! 

Come on out this Friday to see the band debut at a new place, Pal Joey's.  All told there will be four bands, with Wookie playing last at 11:00. Last time out we played three brand new songs and a couple of older ones from the Usual Suspects days.  Who knows what's in store this week?  No cover!

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