Notes From The Den 6-01-09

Hey Den-ziens,

Lot‘s of new music for you:

- If you missed the live in studio electric concert from North Carolina band, BELOVED BINGE, you can now stream it at &

- New FREE MP3 from JONATHAN ANDREW. Download “here’s to the present” from Jonathan Andrew’s forthcoming EP, “arrivals & departures” at or

- You can now stream excerpts of the 2nd Guitar Pull (which featured John Raido and Matt Colligan), at

And great shows coming up:

- Free Concert Series @ Buddie’s Tavern, Saturday June 13th - Ghost Town Trilogy, Thomas Martin, and Jim Testa

- Guitar Pull - Sunday June 14th on - Paul Rosevear (Readymade Breakup), and Jay Mazeffect (The Break Evens, Private Iron)


Here’s the programming schedule:

Monday thru Friday at 8pm ET - Lazlo’s Den

New Music Tuesday this week will feature new music from Bob Marley & The Wailers, Pete Yorn, Dinner Music For The Gods, Jonathan Andrew, and more!

And don’t forget about our other shows on

Tuesday at 10pm ET - ‘Your Friends & Neighbors’ hosted by Tris McCall

Thursday at 10pm ET - ‘Rock N Roll Gas Station’ hosted by Jim Testa


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Download free music from or

Jonathan Andrew - “here’s to the present” song (new this week!)

Jon Dacks - “free to be” album

Jon Caspi, “this town” album

Gary Paul Hermus, "Xanadu From Outer Space" song

Woodfish, "Bamm Diddley" album.

Free music, now at or

Bands, if you'd like to put up a free download on or, please contact me.


Pissed Off!

My dad and I do not see eye to eye on a lot of things, but even I was surprised to find out that my dad is against gay marriage. I guess what bothered me most though was his reasoning for being against gay marriage.

According to my dad, gay marriage is not traditional, and therefore should not be allowed.

This has to be one of the weakest excuses I have ever heard for being against something.


Well, because there were lots of things in our past that were "traditions", and "the norm", that now are looked back on as appalling.

- slavery

- a woman's place is in the home

- child/spouse abuse wasn't spoken about or dealt with

- drunk driving, and alcoholism

All of these things, and so many more, were once "traditional" ideas...the norm. Now we look back at these things with shame and embarrassment that we as humans could once think and act this way.

And one day we'll look back at my dad's (and other people's) ignorant argument that marriage between a man & a woman is the "traditional" or "normal" marriage with that same shame and embarrassment...hopefully soon.

If two consenting adults want to get married, how does it effect your life personally?

That's right, it doesn't. So get over it.


That's all for this week.

Thanks for reading.