A tribute to both Scott C. and Safety Not Guaranteed







a daydream for September

Last week, I found out that Murder By Death was performing in Denver the weekend after the Utah League of Cities and Towns Annual Convention. I would love to see MBD perform live. I had to miss them last April because of the Utah Municipal Clerks Association Conference. I did some research and I could fly from SLC to Denver, on Delta, for less than $110 r-t. I will be in Salt Lake the Friday of the 11th, and I could fly out from SLC easily.

Today, I find out that Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros are playing two shows close to Denver, the two nights before the MBD concert. Damn. Sharpe is playing in Lyons, CO on the 11th and at the Monolith Festival the next day. I just read on Slowtrain's blog that they sell tickets for Monolith. I'd take it as a sign that I need to attend, but $ is still an issue.

Megz van is not firing on all cylinders, literally, and our dishwasher will not drain. Rats and blast.

Well, in a more perfect world, I would be able to attend these shows. I have thought about selling myself, or my possesions to try and go to Denver.

On the brighter side, I can enjoy music from Murder By Death, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, along with new (new to me) favorites from The Flying Lizards, Blue Giant, Howlin' Rain and St. Vincent, at any time I want.


My Numero Group collection, so far. numerogroup at last.fm