Happy Halloween! It’s time for our annual fright-fest and this year we haunt the Knitting Factory! But first, a note: Last time we played here, Brandon Miller was our drummer. That turned out to be his last show with the… Read moreThe Fuzzy Lemons at the Knitting Factory, Sunday, October 24th
Dana, Kipley and I are back at Garden Street Music again today from noon until 10:00 p.m. So far I’ve waxed my guitar part for “To The Moon,” and Dana and Kipley have both put down some tracks as well…. Read moreMore Studio Time, The Next Week
With all the craziness of the election and such, I haven’t posted a THING about Fuzzy Fridays! Kipley hit on the craaaazy idea to do a whole series of shows, back-to-back, for 8 weeks, as a way to (a) develop… Read moreFuzzy Fridays
Finally, with the sun out and the puddles drying up at the Fall Arts and Music Festival, The Fuzzy Lemons took the stage. Scott Altizio had spent the entire day tweaking the P.A., and so by the time we were… Read moreThe Fuzzy Lemons at the Fall Arts & Music Festival, Sunday September 28
With the rousing success of our first show at the Elks Club (hey, no one died, no one got sued) we decided to roll forward. But first some questions had to be answered. Mainly, who was going to play what?
My first gig of 2008 was at the Hoboken Family Alliance’s Cabin Fever event at the Elks Club. I’ve played there the last three (?) years as part of the Music Together ensemble, alongside my fellow teachers (including Lisa, Marina,… Read moreThe Fuzzy Lemons debut at the Hoboken Elks Club, Sunday, February 10, 2008