I saw Fugazi at the Library in Knoxville. Lotsa hillbilly white supremacists showed up.
Snake Oil's first practice. We came out of the basement to discover the Gulf War had started.
Published Bachelor No. 1, issue 2. This, as you may have guessed, was our second issue.
Published Bachelor No. 1, issue 3. As with almost all fanzines, the third time's the charm.
Hi-Balls did a photo shoot. When they bring out the white seamless, you've made it.
We attempted to silkscreen the Hi-Balls record sleeve. We tried making the Hi-Balls 7" with a rudimentary silkscreen apparatus. (A Speedball kit.) It didn't work out.
Hi-Balls played at Brew's with Burnley Vest and MacArthur. When they bring out the white seamless, you've made it.
The Hi-Balls played The Continental on my birthday. Great show. Al gave me a plaque.
The Hi-Balls played an acoustic gig for a party at some guy named Karl's house. We wrecked the place.
rehearsed at Prince Studio, probably with Hi-Balls. Most of the studios were on 30th Street.
I had a bachelor party. I guess it was lame except that I had fun.
Hi-Balls played the Strathmore Ballroom.
Had a birthday dinner at La Ceiba. I really liked this slightly dumpy Honduran place.
All-Night Movers played at Hank's Saloon in Brooklyn. Very fun show and we recorded it.
Jimmy and The Wolfpack played Black Betty on Al's birthday. We had to go on late so some weak indie rock band could play. That was a bad idea on the club's part.
Jimmy and The Wolfpack played Lakeside Lounge again. Casey Howard was our horn player at the time.
Jimmy and The Wolfpack played at Otto's Shrunken Head. This was a nice place to play in New York.
Jimmy and The Wolfpack played a club in Manhattan somewhere. I can't remember how this happened or what the name of the club was.
Jimmy and The Wolfpack played another show at 276 Grand Street (I think). I remember so little about this. We ended up getting Korean food, I think.
Jimmy and The Wolfpack played Freddy's Back Room. The venue was a casualty of the construction of the Atlantic Center.
Jimmy and The Wolfpack played at Matchless, Greenpoint, Brooklyn. We played this bar several times.
We had a benefit for Lauren's dog Rose. The Stacks played.