Jim Shelley & Book Of Kills

Practice Wednesday

I think we're going to practice Wednesday. If we do, I would imagine we'll work on something new. George says he has a new song he'd like to work on. I have something about 1/3 done (mainly in my head) which I could probably "finish" composing by tomorrow. Of course, the problem is that there just aren't many places to play around here. You know this, of course, if you've followed Book of Kills for any amount of time. I'm going to submit a request for a spot on a show in the future at the Golden Pony which is a pretty cool, relatively new, venue that features rock-oriented original material bands. It was once the Blue Nile, a place I played on several occasions.

Big day in rock and roll history. On this day in 1966, The Beatles played their last-ever concert in front of a paying audience at Candlestick Park in San Francisco. Their final song was Little Richard's "Long Tall Sally".

"I never accepted the idea that I had to be guided by some pattern or blueprint." -- Little Richard