After a short hiatus, my new blog, StevenWadeSmith.com, is up and running. I hope you like it and will follow me there. It will be similar to what you found here or on West and Clear, but a little different. Also, as result of the switch, I will no longer be updating this blog. Thanks for your support over the years with this site. It's been a lot of fun.
Monday, July 20, 2009
Monday, May 11, 2009
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
In between trips right now. Just got back from camping with Julia in West Texas, and I'm about to head down to Austin for SXSW. Technically speaking, I'm headed down to the Homeslice Music Festival, where I will be hanging with my friends Bret and Jennifer and their friends and business associates from Homeslice.
Homeslice brings it strong with a lineup that includes a bunch of bands I'm looking forward to seeing, including:
The Love Language
I'm all about their song Lalita right now.
This is another current earworm.
I skipped them here in Fort Worth last night.
Really looking forward to these guys.
These guys are greatness.
Dead Confederate - "The Rat"
These guys don't get as much attention as they deserve.
Nice Fox from Kelly Rosebud on Vimeo.
Don't know much about them, but I'm interested to see them live to find out more about them.
Other bits of Austin bidness: hoping to hook up with Danny Mac for a beer, Paul Boll for migas at Sol y Luna, James for some home-grown Fort Worth film and Rick Poss to get caught up.
You might remember Rhett Bomar, the former University of Oklahoma quarterback who saw his career with the Sooners cut short because of his too-cozy relationship with an OU booster/Norman car dealer, which deprived us of more classic moments such as this:
No doubt you have been wondering what the young man has been up to. Fortunately, the good folks at D Magazine caught up with Bomar on St. Patrick's Day off of Greenville Avenue. As one commenter there put it, "Looks like the guy can do more than piss away a career."
Thursday, January 29, 2009
Jon Hamm, the actor better known as Don Draper, the suavest mofo of 1962 in AMC's hit series Mad Men, has signed to appear as Tina Fey's love interest in three episodes of 30 Rock.
What an amazing range this guy's got. He can name products:
And create ham you can eat in the bathroom.
Sunday, January 25, 2009
What would it sound like if you put together grooves from Twisted Sister, George Clinton, Pete Townshend, Prodigy, Pink, Roy Orbison, Missy Elliott, Queen and The Band in one song? Sound like a recipe for disaster? Actually, it's genius. It's Girl Talk.