Bob Wiseman

Julia was punctual and dependable to comp vocals, curl cables or change coffee filters in the lounge where the Klimt and Klee posters hung impressing her more than the platinum […]

I went for a walk after 1am a couple nights ago and before I went one block there by Glenlake and Indian Rd. was a coyote. It looked like a […]

There was a band years ago, in the scene I also played in, that many other people played in, a band as far as I remember that wasn’t positioned with […]

at first when the new song started he felt a little regret the opening lyric wouldn’t make enough sense to people unless he added more information and then considered why […]

Long ago, she wrote a review about an improv group for a music magazine. She had previously seen them play several times, it was also a novelty that a famous […]

one guy in the band, mckinnon, took care of the money. collected from gigs, from ascap, from merchandise and also took care of spending the money on gas, on manufacturing, […]

They are supposed to each bring a song to class that demonstrates something that blew them away, whatever that means to each student. One day when it was Dave’s turn […]

Her name was difficult for the class to pronounce, just call me Jeanie and her lyrics were tricky. The last song – No Afterlife Blues – about how parts of […]

i asked a pro for advice, she said write a script and so i did but it sounds like someone reading a script. i start again. the sound of acting […]

One time in a health food store by queen street mental health, the owner told me his sweetheart plays the flight attendant in that scene where they are on their […]