::Michael Martin's blog
We have a couple of really cool bands jammin' at our home base Doc's Music Hall this week. These are a few little nuggets of goodness from the two of them. Both are amazing acts that spend their lives out on the road so keep your ears open for them. The first is DJ Logic who is performing Tuesday April 19th, and the second is www.rootofcreation.com
Hope to see you out this Weekend
Mike "The Sailor" Martin
Willie Nelson looked me dead in the eye's and said, "Thank you Muncie!" - This was after his Emens Auditorium Show 032411
Halloween night I met up with the enigma that is Boxcar Kory, a touching moment actually, he had kin in town. "We caught Zimmerman on Halloween night box."
"Do you think we can get tickets?" Boxcar asked uncharateristically nervous.
"I think so."
Walked in and sure enough two people had just turned in tickets face value. Those nights that the chemistry brings Boxcar into your path you know life is bigger than the physical plane we have come accustomed to in our minds.
Second song he does a bittersweet version of 'Don't Think Twice'. I'm reminded that it is ok to feel emotion even if it's not always a smile.
Nov. 4 @ The Vogue Theatre in Indianapolis
Yonder has a wound up crowd foot stomping and Jeff Austin says, "There's no place like playing the Midwest!" Their was a raw energy in the air. Closest thing to country music I've seen in awhile is all I could keep thinking..."
Nov. 23 @ Doc's Music hall
I'm glad I took some time to get inspired again by the music. Thank you Bob and Yonder! Keep supporting live Music! We wound up at The Mouse Trap right off of Keystone and 56th St., not far from Broadripple. Good Peop there and a good vibe. A music lover's must if you catch a good show at the Vogue. And, don't forget to hit the alley cat for one for the road while you're there.
The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.
Henry David Thoreau (1817 - 1862), "Walden", 1854
This is a dated quote from philosopher Henry David Thoreau. It should actually read, "The Mass of People lead lives of quiet desperation."
FMMusic is about not doing that. We are trying to inspire people lead lives of loud inspiration.