Nine months. At the time of writing that’s how long the current WildscreW has been together.
I’ve been meaning to start this blog for quite a few months and now, finally getting around to it, I have the problem of how to cover the past. I’ve decided to make this, the first “sticky” blog entry, a general overview of the past year and in the future, the blogs which are concerned with the past, will be marked with FLASHBACK (UPDATE: A nice idea but in reality I’ve had more than my work cut out keeping up with daily entries).
This blog simply aims to document events, from my perspective, about and around the rock band WildscreW. I certainly don’t know where this musical adventure will ultimately end-up, but I’d like to think we get at least one CD made and maybe some local air-time and fame.
It was the end of May 2014 that the final band member, Tobi on bass guitar, came to the practice session and joined Frank on drums, Erich and Thomas on rhythm/lead guitars, and myself, Andy, on vocals. Continue reading “Nine months on from WildScreW’s formation”
There’s an advert running at the moment on TV where a writer moves to a remote location for some peace and quiet to allow himself to think. Continue reading “Writer’s diarrhoea/block”
The FATE rehearsal has been cancelled as Frank is still feeling under the weather. Continue reading “FATE – rehearsal cancelled”
Living literally a couple of hundred yards from where the choir’s Christmas party was being held it was obvious I’d be one of the last to leave. Continue reading “Choir – Christmas party”
With too little sleep from the ArztHosen concert I was struggling to keep myself awake for the 16:00 appointment with a couple of people from the choir in order that we arrange tables and chairs in the village hall for the choir the following day. Continue reading “Choir – Christmas carols for the old folks”
It seemed as if the fourth concert was also doomed to bad luck. Continue reading “ArztHosen – concert”
Normally I’m not the nervous sort but, for some reason, I’ve been having nervous reservations about the upcoming concert. Not a big bag of nerves, my mate reminded me again of his bass playing acquaintance who had to play concerts hidden behind a curtain, just nagging doubts about my performance. Continue reading “ArztHosen – pre concert”