The drummer is the lead vocalist in Brian's band, too. It's crazy. How do they remember all of their stuff and sing???
I think it's all the sex and drugs---although if that were the case, I could drum, sing and dance at the same time, except I'm a little busy with the grandchildren at the moment.
haha, funny, because none of the guys in brian's band do drugs! :) they're all very good Catholic boys. :)
Well that explains why I keep running into walls and cant walk and chew gum lately. Maybe I should start doing drugs and stop the celibacy attempt.Baby sis
I agree, I can't play anything more than simple, even-beat stuff on guitar and sing to it at the same time. I remember the very first time I tried to sing to something I was playing, and everything just collapsed...I was so depressed! But at least I can play guitar standing up now...it took a long time to get the hang of that.But yes, singing drummers = WHOA
What! Is drumming supposed to be some kind of talent? Waving your arms around and kicking your feet? Most drummers I ever knew didn't even consider them selves to be musicians. Can you drum your fingers and hum? Can you count to 4? Fine, you're a drummer.
I think they drink plenty of cuervo! I wouldn't have the co-ordination for it!!p.s. A mention, because I read you every morning! http://laquet.blogspot.com/2005/05/in-order.html
I'm gonna assume lg is kidding, and I make fun of drummers, too. But a drummer who can keep a beat and play the drums like a musical instrument is pure gold. If they sing like Levon Helm, it's heaven on earth.
I am always amazed by multi-talented people. I have a cousin who started out playing the drums, then took up the guitar, then the piano. He can even play the fiddle and he has a very nice singing voice too. Way too much talent for one person.
Jen T - I've definitely got to take a road trip with you sometime to go see them.Lorna - Ah, sex and drugs. Good times, good times.Jen T - That's sweet but I bet they still rock!Baby sis - Try one, then the other, then both at the same time. Like a naughty science experiment.John N. - Congratulations on the playing standing up! It's much cooler that way. Rock on.LG - I bet a drummer stole one of your girlfriends before, didn't he?Le Laquet - Cuervo is the answer for everything. At least until the next morning, then it's the question: Why the f**k did I drink so much Cuervo?Larry - Levon is the best. I just get chills every time I heara him sing.Crazy - I used to play the clarinet. I wouldn't know where to begin now, though. I always wanted to be able to sing. I guess I'll settle for semi-intelligent.
No. No drummer ever stole anything or anyone from me, but I did lose a fairly loose and fun one to Mickey Gilleys guitar player about 25 years ago. OK... let me explain drumming: tap your foot - now clap your hands. Congratulations! Here's your sticks. I liked Earl Thomas Conley, he's from the era when country singers all had three names; Michael Martin Murphey, Jim Ed Brown, Moe Larry Curley.
Lots of drugs.
Any kid who has a tendancy to Hit things a lot , then want's to sing about it is pretty dam scary in my book ...Drummer are insane , period !! , I've toured the world with a few ... O dear !!!They hit things !!!A lot !!
Zina - They do seem to implode more often than other band members.London Cokehead - I can tell you speak from experience. Be careful out there.
LG - That was hilarious! "Here's your sticks." Hahahaha! Sorry about the chick at Gilley's. And, I have three words for you: John Michael Montgomery. Yummy.
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