For those of you who only know me as a person who got to embrace ALL of the Jonas Bothers at the Teen Choice Awards a few weeks back (hello boys. *wink*) you will be even more impressed that I perform at a Red Sox charity event twice a year called Hot Stove Cool Music. Maybe “impressed” is a strong word. Disinterested? Apathetic? Whatever. Just look at the pretty pictures and pretend to care about my silly comings and goings.
I didn’t perform my own set at this one but I got to go back home to Boston for the event and help out with press and stuff. The lovely Jen and I sat in with Peter Gammons’ band on back up vocals and then we all drank beers on a deck overlooking the Boston Harbor.
It’s funny, nobody ever used to drink beers out on the Harbor. At least not sitting in a chair at a table with a pretty waitress pouring them into a nice glass. For most of my life in Boston, the Harbor inspired more of a Schlitz tall boy out of a paper bag and peeing under a bridge kind of a vibe. Times, they are a changin’. I don’t like it.
Here’s what I did last weekend in Boston. I forgot my camera, so your guest photographer for today’s post is the lovely Mark Quigley, who got to waste enjoy his birthday chaperoning my disorganized ass around town. The good news was that we got to sit in Theo’s suite to watch the Sox game! AHHHH!!!!!
nesn pre-game show with tom caron. talking is my hobby.
interview with my pal joe castiglione,
top ‘o the 2nd
me and jennifer slumming it in theo’s suite. dot rats 4 life.
caldes & ed v. are badasses
the star trek sign was unintentional, yet apropos.
gammons, joe & me.
townies are better than the rest of you