Category Archives: Tales From the Rails

FMMusiclive goes underground in The Charleston House Show Scene.

As Aleister Crowley pointed out, no one is “strong enough to have no interest,” So no one can be completely impartial. “Therefore,” according to Crowley, “The best King would be pure chance.”
Crowley believed that “it is pure chance that rules the universe; therefore, and only therefore, life is good.”

The Boys Home on Hanover and FMMusic are proud to present to you;

Mojo McGee (Charleston multi instrumentalist bring you Sass, Class, and Rock n Roll.)

The Brothers (Prodigal sons Justin and Phillip Allen return … Prepare to Dance!)

Gypsy James (West Coast Heart throb… Walking into your life barefooted.)

Mackie Boles (man of many hats… A real local treasure.)

Scott Frank (local celebrity, singer, funny man, pizza artist and Tom Brady fan.)

Ripley and The Ghost (for fans of the Washington Redskins, Happy hour, Hank Williams, and Ballerinas. Bring Bourbon and a Handkerchief.)

C.Sydgodt (on loan from the Smithsonian!)

This months Artists showing are Kendall Ann Taylor Sanders and Joanna Delong.

Our friends from FMMusic (“Make Music Not War.”) will be here with conversation, ideas and free candy and they would love to share a cup of tea with you!)

JUST ADDED; Lily Slay (keep your children off of the sidewalk!)

Keep the drama at home, respect the magic, respect our diversity, the house and most importantly eachother!12115550_10153686534573320_3648577680173758126_n

Chico Feo – Folly Beach, SC

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Ahhh Folly Beach. It is its own Charleston way of life. My first visit here was about a week ago and I immediately fell in love with its Caribbean feel and people. After spending several years in south Florida I have become very attached to the beach life. While it is WAY off the beaten path compared to downtown Charleston it is worth the trek.

Now back to Chico Feo. IMG_7422

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A locals beach bar at its best. All outdoor (at least all that I saw) it looks like an adult beach side city park with beer and kickass food. Filled with 25-50 year old regulars I felt right at home. The “WHITE LINE COWBOYS” set was long, interactive, and baddass.

The highlight for me was when Mike Martin asked an 8 year old boy what he wanted to hear and his response was “roll me up and smoke me when I die” during which he sat in on the drums. AWESOME!!!

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It was a perfect night that I was blessed to be a part of.

Now I can’t wait for the next show in southern Indiana at the “HYPERION MUSIC AND ARTS FESTIVAL”

 

 

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With Love,

Mike Hammer