No Bad Religion For Me
Last night I read on the Epitpah web site that Bad Religion would be playing a few shows later this month at some small clubs in Hollywood. At first I thought how rad it would be if I only had a connection to get in. To me Ticket Master is not an option. They suck. Then I realized, um, I *do* know a person that can prolly get me into the show. Guttermouth is an Epi band along with BR, so my thoughts were that the chances are high that Mr. Guttermark can get me in. So today I talked with Mark about it... and he's down with doing his best to get me in.
So I just went to confirm the info on the show, and found out that it's two days after I leave to go out of town. So I can't go to the show. Major bummer.
I'm really bummed about this too cos the last time I tried to see BR they cancled the show I had tickets to. And supposedly they were going to annouce a show that would honor all tickets from the previous show, but here I am with unused tickets still. I even tried contacting Ticket Master and contacting BR's management and I have yet to recieve replies from either party. But BR's new album, The Process of Belief, comes out at the end of this month and it rocks! I've had the MP3's for a few months now and I still listen to them regularly. I highly reccommend it.
This entry goes along with one of my 2002 New Year Resolutions. I resolve to make all reasonable attempts to see the following bands play live: Dashboard Confessional, Tenacious D, and Weezer. This list may grow, but I have initially choosen these bands because all three are bands that last year I missed seeing when I had the chance. So this year I am going to make up for it. Weezer I have seen before, the others I have never seen live before. The D reign supreme!