Bob Wiseman

A blinking biped in the age old tradition of song and dance.

Because in the 90s we had to sneak across the border when touring, because the laws required us to prove we were not taking jobs away from Americans, because we […]

The trombone makes more sense to me than the trumpet. The trombone’s sounds go lower the more it is extended but when I watch trumpet players some sort of quantum […]

The audience applauded each time any of the three musicians took solos, nice. People could not contain their admiration for what just happened but makes for a few other questions […]

At the Tranzac auction and performance (money to soundproof the bleed between 3 performance rooms) there was one item I really wanted but couldn’t justify with so many other expenses […]

Was talking with someone about Baker Street by Gerry Rafferty then re-explored it online. Didn’t realize that the opening swell is a synthesizer not a guitar but more interesting was […]

I was hosting the Tranzac open stage last night filling in for Sarah who had a headache. There is a guy who goes by Geddy Kr├╝ger who must attend every […]

Watched someone play who was boring and asked myself what makes this so boring. It was that he played all the right notes even if his rhythm sometimes faltered, even […]

I have arthritis, for a few years now, comes and goes. The rheumatologist at Women’s College Hospital is intriguing. I love the short appointments with her and all my questions […]

After my van was broken into and the equipment stolen, sometimes I thought up slogans for future tour camouflage. 1/ Dirty Diaper Pick-Up Service 2/ Dioxin Disposal 3/ Best Boa […]

An old friend suffers with depression is in an institution now. Hopefully, whatever the treatment is contains some music since she is a pianist and a violinist. Her partner doesn’t […]