March 9, 2014

Yep, still around.


We are Lego

October 26, 2013


Your Music on a Stick authors head to the hottest shop to purchase the latest block set.



There is so much spooky fabulousness here, I’m not sure what to do with myself.


I’ll confess, I’m no different than anyone else… you see, I like a good Internet Cat Video. And it’s good to see that Ron and Russ do their part… but in their own way. Enjoy!

Okay so it’s not a Real Internet Cat Video but I’m sure you can find some on your own.

I’ve been neglecting my share of Music on a Stick for quite some time but I still love watching incredibly cheesy, campy music videos. Here are a few recent doozies:

Oh my God, the related video, by Sheila B Devotion is even better! Imagine that the guy in silver pants is Tracy Morgan before SNL…

I was really hoping to share a link “One Lonely Knight” but it appears that YouTube has been scrubbed of that jaw-dropping music video. Not far from the mark is this one, also from REO:

The next item is not bad, but it is funny and campy because that’s what the band wanted. It really sounds a lot like Andreas Doreau playing a Violent Femmes song… or the theme song for Friends(gasp)

They also have quite a nice video called Over and Over.

Cheers! Happy 4th!

Our House….

Has a bathroom….

And a living room….

And a kitchen….

And…Hopefully….A Salon. On Tuesday night AFP is holding her first web salon, I hope to be there and will be tweeting throughout, but you can also link in and view the magic. Amanda will be joined by her hubby author Neil Gaiman, author and friend Anthony Martignetti, and musical guests Sarah Borello (who, by the way, can sing in a bathroom like nobody else) and Cormac Bride . Stay tuned for more details, and hopefully the news that the incomparable handsome devil of an AFP webmaster @indeciSEAN have gifted me a golden ticket.

AFP masthead

Does anyone ride a painted pony on television anymore?

Cocteau Twins, Depeche Mode, Siouxsie and Amanda Palmer until I’m dead…And even after that.

Closing of the Year

December 31, 2012

Happy New Year from all of us at Music on a Stick. And Wendy and Lisa – they say “Happy New Year” too


December 11, 2012

Happy Holidays from all of us at Music On a Stick. And Tracey Thorn – she says Happy Holidays too.


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