I always watch the Olympics. Maybe I’m not as feverish about it was some people are, but you just gotta admire the dedication and resolve that it requires to reach that level of performance.
We recorded our Christmas CD, A Windhaven Christmas, for family and friends, and never had any intention of selling it. We still stand by that, but we thought that in the spirit of the Christmas season, we would offer the CD to anyone who wants it. It’s not for sale, though. Send no money. It’s… Continue reading A Windhaven Christmas
We all know there is no such thing as vampires. Well, at least not as Hollywood portrays them. There are people who could loosely be considered vampires, but they don’t think of themselves as such, and would be rightly offended if you suggested that they are blood-sucking fiends who sleep in dirt and have severe… Continue reading Blood & Chartreuse
With the departure of the guitarist for my band, Catdaddy Pirates, I’ve been forced to cast about for other options. One of the most obvious ideas was to move to the fore a side project that was put on the back burner because of Catdaddy Pirates. Victoria Sadler and I had long talked about starting… Continue reading Windhaven
I’ve had the honor of being mentioned as the “Artist Of The Day” in the Tampa Bay Times’ online music blog, Soundcheck. The blurb was written by Jay Cridlin, who is a damned nice guy. Long story short, Jay noticed my name popping up on occasion, and looked a little closer, where he learned of… Continue reading TBT Soundcheck – Artist Of The Day
I’ve finally begun working in earnest on my novel and album, both of which will be titled Blood & Chartreuse. The novel is about a vampire named Crewe, who finds himself swept away by events. I won’t bore you with details, other than to say that my concept of vampires have little, if anything, to… Continue reading Blood & Chartreuse
While preparing to get the various segments of the web site back online, I decided that I was going to take a slightly different approach. Whereas the old design essentially had each section boasting its own theme, that confused some people. So this time around, I’m trying to make a more unified presentation. Before the… Continue reading A New Approach To An Old Problem
Some of my old friends may have noticed that my web site was down for awhile. It is with no small amount of pride that I can finally say that it’s back online. I could have had the site back up and running sooner, but it would have meant compromising my standards about what I… Continue reading Never Surrender!
On October 4th, 2009 at Quaker Steak & Lube in Clearwater, Florida, Katie Greene will be hosting the Cars For Pinks auto show, which will benefit the Susan G. Komen For The Cure foundation’s efforts to find a cure for breast cancer. The show will help Katie to raise the $2,300 she needs to register… Continue reading Cars For Pinks – October 4, 2009
In spite of the fact that I’ve been casting about for the right project and the right approach to get things rolling, one idea has remained constant. That concerns a vampire named Visili Kruvoi, who was born in the mid 1500’s, and who now lives in Saint Petersburg, Florida under the name of Bill Crewe.… Continue reading The Death, Rebirth And Life Of Visili Kruvoi