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Raise New Hell, Part V

November 12, 2010

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Let us begin this post with a moment of silence for the neckbeard I just removed from my face. See you on the other side, buddy. Yesterday we slept in the van some more, recovering from the…luxuries of the parking lot. We also rolled through a guitar store in search of the perfect amp for […]

Raise New Hell, Part IV

November 11, 2010

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Well, friends. Sometimes things all go your way. Sometimes the winds of fortune billow out your sails and you never trip without finding a ten dollar bill. Sometimes every lost object reappears in your jacket pockets and only good news buzzes your cell phone. Sometimes, on the other hand, you wake up on top of […]

Raise New Hell Part III

November 10, 2010

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Well, friends. Fearless Leader seems to have left his laptop charger curled up in a ball on his floor in NY, as a result of which internet updatery has become increasingly complicated. This update will be composed in approximately, um, 13 minutes. Dreamcastle was warm and wonderful, just like last time. Our new friends from […]

Raise New Hell, Part I

November 6, 2010

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Tour blogging is the delicate art of telling just enough of the truth to keep everyone interested but not enough of the truth to piss anyone off. It’s an art I’m not sure that I’ve mastered, so I’ll probably wind up talking about funny things that happen to us on the road rather than the […]

Summertour, part II

August 5, 2010

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Well, well, I suppose it’s high time for the 2nd half of my summertour blog posts. Photos are on the BWG facebook page here! Here goes! After a pre-show shit-talking/whiskey drinking ritual in Providence (Always a good time for some male bonding), I sit near a couple arguing quietly but fiercely at the bar. Hours […]

Summertour, part I

July 29, 2010

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When Will pulled up to my house blasting the Allman Bros Live at the Fillmore and wearing a sleeveless t-shirt, I had a good feeling about this tour. High Points So Far: • Wonderful, wonderful audiences every night with the exclusion of DC, at which there was (literally) no audience. But man, we rocked that […]