Last Shows of the Year and New Record!

Hey everyone 🙂

We are playing a couple more shows this year. Nov @ Spotlight Casino as part of the Rock Of The 80’s and a final lost 80’s lineup in Reno NV. tickets and info on the tour page.

Also we are hard at work finishing the new record. Takes a long time making a record for little to no money and no label. Release date should be in the spring.

Will have more updates by December on the record front. And if You haven’t gotten Marty’s NEW book, Music Everywhere: The Rock and Roll Roots of A Southern Town. please do. its really great! stories on all of your favorite music and musicians from Gainesville FL. pick it up on amazon today!!



So, here’s what I know…
1. David Bowie is dead… it’s taken me days to understand this fact as I’ve been so excited about all of his new projects… I was ready for a new Bowie era.
2. I never got to meet him. I was always sure I would.
3. I have always held him responsible for my being in the music “biz”
4. I somehow managed to get myself to from California to New York to see the Diamond Dogs concert…it was 1974ish… I had shaved eyebrows, hot pants and platform shoes.
5. Much to the embarrassment of my children, I also dropped them off at school in hot pants, platform shoes, and zero eyebrows… and a very good “shag” haircut.
6. On Jan. 11th,  I woke at 4:00am. Went downstairs and turned on NPR, it’s what I do… there was the end of a story about David Bowie and the internet… I said to myself I’ll have to catch that story when it comes around again… because I love all things Bowie… the announcer then followed with, David Bowie dead at age 69… and that’s when surreal began.
7. There was no way to comprehend it, I tried to do some chores but was unable to connect any meaning to anything, so I went back to bed.
8. I fell asleep, and I had a dream… we were together, it was very sweet. We were friends maybe lovers… but not then…we were just being. Talking of condiments, mundane things… he was lovely, sweet and funny… it makes me cry now only because he truly meant so much to me.
9. There will never be another.
10. RIP Starman


Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

Just wanted to say thank you to everyone that came out to the shows this year! and thanks to the bands and people we meet along the way. Greg Hawkes, Ruby Rose Fox band, Eddie Japan, Berlin, The Romantics, The Smithereens and anyone we are forgetting. Thanks so much!!! We are looking forward to sharing new music and more shows with you in 2016.

Have a great holiday season from all of us at The Motels holiday-motel-neon-at.jpg