Thursday, December 30, 2010

New Year's Eve At Tony's Saloon & 8 Open Bars Downtown

NYE party details.

8 open bars within walking distance of each other downtown for $119

But I have 1 or 2 free tickets. And a few more discounted $20 tickets for our homies.

So contact me if you're interested. Don't be shy.

2017 East 7th St.
Los Angeles, CA. 90031
Here's some more info/press stuff on the shows:

By the by,
tonight we're at O'Brien's Pub from 10pm-2am.
It's free. Come party with us.

Oh yeah and Sunday I'm at the Santa Monica Farmer's Market on Ocean Park and Main St. Solo acoustic from 10am-1pm. Wish me luck.

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

PCB Brass Band : St James Infirmary : Free Download

Our new record is still getting mixed.

But last week we did something kinda special and unique.

We gathered together a brass band with a total of 10 musicians in a non-descript rehearsal space in North Hollywood for a party the next night.

I surreptitiously pressed record and we started playing. We hadn't said much more than "hello."

Here's one of the tunes from that night.

New Year's Eve tickets here.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

PCB Brass Band

L-R: Elizabeth Lea, Dutchy, Mark Pender, Stevie Tegel, Ron Dziubla, Travis Popichak, PC, Kevin Stevens, Holland Greco, Jonny Niemann

Friday, December 17, 2010

Villains Tavern Saturday : NYE Downtown Party Plans : "Loveman" Pender

12/18/10: Downtown LA: Villain's Tavern
1356 Palmetto St. LA, CA 90013
9-close. Free. The place is pretty rad.

12/30/10: O'Brien's Pub: Acoustic set

New Year's Eve. 

$100 gets you entrance to 8 bars within walking distance of each other downtown with free drinks all night.

Gram Rabbit is playing at one of the other bars. And there are DJ's and party times.

NYE be at Tony's Saloon.
2017 E 7th St
Los Angeles, CA 90021

PS: We're playing a private party tonight and we put together an 11 piece band band with brass band and backup singers and percussion. We had rehearsal last night and Pender from the Conan O'Brien band walks in and he's playing trumpet! I'm gonna record it and stuffs. Radical!

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Friday, December 10, 2010

Sunday, December 5, 2010

PCB Reinvention : Thursday At Redwood With Le Switch & Friday At Cafe Boogaloo

We are reinventing the wheel tonight. And tomorrow. It's on the set list. 

Two words: perpendicular

12/9/10: Redwood Bar & Grill with Le Switch and The Lonely Wild. $5
316 West 2nd St. 90012-3527

12/10/10: Hermosa Beach, CA: Cafe Boogaloo. Free!
1238 Hermosa Ave. 90254

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Next Show: Saturday December 4 At The Basement Tavern

12/4/10: Basement Tavern
Free. 9pm-Close.
2640 Main St
Early arrival recommended.

The place gets really packed. You can leave your cell number at the door and they'll text you when you're next in line if they're over capacity.

Basement Tavern 10-23-10

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

1st Annual Kibitz Last Waltz Retirement Reunion Benefit Comeback Farewell Clusterfuck!

The Band's The Last Waltz was filmed on Thanksgiving day in 1976. We're gonna do our own PCB version with our own songs & friends the night before Thanksgiving in our natural habitat ...

11/24: Wednesday is 1st Annual Kibitz Last Waltz Retirement Reunion Benefit Comeback Farewell Clusterfuck!
with Dutch & The Disasters, 10-close
419 N. Fairfax Ave. 90046

11/26: Friday at Pappy & Harriet's in Pioneertown
Get a room at the Pioneertown Inn. 
53688 Pioneertown Rd. 92268, 7-close

11/27: Saturday at O'Brien's
2941 Main St. 90405, 10pm-close

Get the family back together.

Or sneak out to get away from them and be with us your rock and roll family.

All these shows like most of our shows are free.

Gobble mafriggin' gobble ya freakazonks! Catch ya on the flip

Dutch & Skot Kibitz Birthday by Albanese

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

San Luis Obispo This Thursday & Friday : Takin' It SLO

11/11/10: San Luis Obispo, CA: Frog & Peach
728 Higuera St
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

11/12/10: Grover Beach, CA: Mongo's Saloon
359 W Grand Ave
Grover Beach, CA 93433

Both shows are free. Both bars are cool.

I have a premonition. Good times will be had.

Playing some tunes in beautiful locations. Could be worse.

Takin' it easy. Takin' it SLO.

Fishlips & The Roxy Theater with Le Switch & Holland Greco

Thursday, November 4, 2010

4 Shows This Weekend: Revival, Roxy, Bakersfield, Primitivo

Hold on to yer hats.
Revival Venice Soundstage
Friday November 5 at 10pm
with Le Switch
4091 Redwood Ave, Studio G 90066
Their new record drops right now!
Listen here now free!
The Rest Of Me Is Space

The Roxy Theater
Saturday afternoon at 3:30pm
9009 Sunset Blvd. 90069
Tickets are $35 in advance! & $45 at the door.
So beg me for one of our few guest list spots.
It goes from 1-5pm.
We're on last at 4pm. There will be lots of food trucks and free tasting of 24 different beers!
The proceeds go to Animal, Media, Rescue & Education which works to eliminate the suffering of animals.
Also on the bill our favorite: Holland Greco

Fishlips in Bakersfield with Le Switch
1517 Eighteenth St. 93301
Show starts at 8:30. We're on at 10.
Just $5 for 2 boozy LA bands.

Sunday Primitivo Brunch
Paul & Dutch Acoustic from noon - 2 on the back patio
1025 Abbot Kinney Blvd. 90291
Please note that we may not actually make it to this show because we are freakazoids already this weekend and that's 4 shows in 36 hours and that's just plain crazy.
But maybe we will do it and that will be fun!

Friday, October 29, 2010

O'Brien's Pub Saturday Halloween Party Time

O'Brien's Pub. Halloween Party.
Saturday October 30th. 9:30 to close.
2941 Main St. 90405

It was decided via a thread on Spacebook that the thing to be is a slutty Chilean coal miner.

Be yourself. Be myself.

Be somebody else.

Come and have a good ole time.

It's really the easiest thing to do.

The Bunny and the anti-war vet. Halloween 2009 at O'Brien's Pub. Photo by Stranovsky.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

"I think I'm in love with you."

The first thing Lolo ever said to me was "I think I'm in love with you."

And I was like "Well I think I'm in love with you too."

And then she proceeded to make out with me.

Then she told me her boyfriend was in the other room.

And then I told her she was crazy.

Then I dated her sister for like at least 3 years.

Call it what you will. I call it family.

I love you Lolo. Rest in wondrous beautiful peace.

This was the day we met at the Kibitz Room. We made the songs longer so she would keep dancing.

Photos by Claudia Milan

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Basement Tavern Tonight

2640 Main St.
Enter round the back past the mops and trash cans.
Then down the steep flight of precarious stairs.

Fireside chat. 10-16-10. Sedona, AZ. Photo by Jake Payne

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Tonight at Villains Tavern Downtown : Saturday at Basement Tavern SM : Tales from the Road

1356 Palmetto St. Downtown LA, CA 90013
That's tonight at 9-close. Good high end bar food cheap drinks. Great decor. They did it right.

2640 Main St. SM, CA 90405

10/30/10: O'Brien's Pub Halloween Party!
264 Main St. Santa Monica, CA 90405
Costume party!

A little story and pics from our Arizona tour...
The Drummer Strangled The Bass Player

L-R: Skipper Steve, PChez, Dutcheroo, Paxtonian, Jonny Pontiac. Sedona, AZ. 10-16-10

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

The Drummer Strangled The Bass Player

On Saturday we were meant to play at the Drunken Lass in Prescott, Arizona.

Paxton was eating his damn sushi in the bar. Like taking his own sweet time. And we were 20 minutes late starting already.

So we just started a song and I grabbed the drum stick and was hitting the snare and singing. And Steve was yelling at Paxton about what an asshole he is. I mean we all were.

And Paxton was just kinda going slower and minutes later he came toward the stage and we were like "Finally!"

But he just kept walking past and went to the bathroom. All this time we're playing.

So then he comes out of the bathroom and walks up to Steve and the stage is like 6 feet by 6 feet. Very small.

And he corners Steve and says some stuff. I'm still trying to play the song and ignore them because I'm a professional... or something.

And Paxton says something along the lines of "You need to shut the fuck up" and grabs Steve with both hands by the neck and shakes him around like a rag doll for a few seconds. Then the bouncer comes over and physically separates them. And says "We can't have that in here."

So Paxton has to leave the bar. And the 4 remaining band members, we look at each other like "What the fuck!?"

And I'm thinking "Is the band going to play ever again?"

"Are we going to play right now?"

We're 10 hours from LA. Staying at a friend's. We're 2 hours from where we're staying. We have another gig the next day 2 hours away from there.

All that happens in like 2 seconds. Next thing you know I see Jonny move over to the drum kit and Dutch starts playing "Fire, Blood & Dust" and we're off to the races again. Still not knowing what was gonna happen. With all those questions. And talking to each other off the mics as we kept playing.

Steve made it clear that he wasn't pissed about being strangled. That's like the way he and his brother say hello to each other in the morning I guess. So all was forgiven from the stage over the course of the next few songs.

And then like 20 minutes and 4 songs later. Paxton walks in the bar. And he's kinda unsure about himself it seems. Like "Is the bouncer gonna even let me back in?"

And I see him and wave him up. And he starts walking toward the stage and the crowd starts cheering. And Jonny gets up from the set and hands Paxton his sticks mid-song and everyone in the bar goes crazy nuts.

After a minute or so, I went on up to the bar and ordered 5 shots of Jameson's for the band.

And we played a bunch of new songs. And all the lyrics had all this meaning that was never there before all of a sudden. And it was an off the charts passionate fiery set.

Afterwards, our friend Ralo the booker was like, "That was rock n' roll history."

2 other points of interest:

 Paxton claims he only came back in the bar initially to get his hoodie because he was cold.

And finally, during our set our friends heard the owner of the bar saying, "There's no way I'm gonna pay them." But they actually ended up giving us a little extra.

Sedona, Prescott, Tempe

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Details For Sedona, Prescott & Tempe Arizona Tour This Weekend

10/15/10: Sedona, AZ: Szechuan Martini Bar with Jake Payne Band
10/16/10: Prescott, AZ: The Drunken Lass with Jake Payne & Whiskey & Regret
10/17/10: Tempe, AZ: Yucca Tap Room with Jake Payne


Friday October 15
Szechuan Martini Bar
1350 W Highway 89A ste21
Sedona AZ 86336


5:00 - 5:30 Pajama Sam (outside)
5:45 - 6:15 Jay Fout (outside)
6:30 - 7:15 Jake Payne (solo) (outside)
7:30 - 8:30 Poem (outside)
8:30 - 9:30 Keith Kavisic Trio (Martini bar stage/or outside weather permitting)
10:00 - 10:30 Jake Payne (szechuan stage)
10:45 - 11:30 decker. (szechuan stage)
11:45 - 12:30 Paul Chesne Band (szechuan stage) 
12:45 - 1:30 Field Trip (szechuan stage)

Saturday October 16
The Drunken Lass
218 W Gurley St
Prescott, AZ 86301

Amerciana Roots Festival

5:00-6:00 Jake Payne
6:00-7:30 Paul Chesne Band
8:00-11:00 Tom Vandenavond
11:00-12:00 Whiskey & Regret
Midnight-Close Hashknife Outfit

Sunday October 17
Yucca Tap Room
29 W Southern Ave
Tempe, AZ 85281

Valley Fever

9:00-10:00 Jake Payne
10:00-close Paul Chesne Band


Monday, October 11, 2010

F*ck You Cee Lo Cover On The Streets Of Venice

Video shot by Michael Kang on Saturday October 9, 2010.

Please notice the bum singing All You Need Is Love in the background throughout.

Very poignant juxtaposition.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Brennan's Pub Friday Night : Primitivo Acoustic Sunday (25% off coupon)

This Friday
10/8/10: Brennan's Pub
4089 Lincoln Blvd. Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 

We are the  party band. Wherever we go there is the party. Come to the party this Friday. It's free.

This Sunday, 10/10/10, me & Dutch are playing acoustic at noon at Primitivo Wine Bistro.

If you become their Facebook friend you get 25% off your meal!

Sign up here:
Photo by Stephen Albanese from the Viper Room on 2-29-08

Friday, October 1, 2010

Taylor, Mississippi. Eat Or We Both Starve

I remember the time when we played Taylor Grocery in Taylor, Mississippi. Population 289.

We got a quarter a head for each person that walked through the door, all the catfish we could eat and tips.

Best catfish in the world.

Then we went to the mayor's plantation and Clarissa drove us around through the cotton fields in the pitch black with 7 people on a 2 person golf cart.

And drank some moonshine with a dog named stalker.

Taylor & Oxford Mississippi

Thursday, September 30, 2010

We Got Some New Press Clippings

Press Quotes:

"Last night was awesome. I promised my friends a good show and y'all made me look good. Y'all got me laid." 
Anonymous - Text Message from a good friend the day after a recent show

"11:18 pm Paul Chesne leaves the stage to a crowdful of appreciative screams, backslaps, highfives, other peoples’ girlfriends following him and general mayhem."  
Jeanette - Losanjealous

"Hey I got to tell ya that Paul Chesne band has solidified itself as the official Fly Fishing music of me and my cohort....He never heard of you guys till we rolled up to bishop for some fly fishing and rocked that hes hooked and every spot we go fishing you guys are rockin the camp!...had my cd player and only cd played was white mans curse...."
Tessandori - Bakersfield 

For more articles and things navigate to the "Bad Press" page.

Basement Tavern Tonight

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Basement Tavern On Thursday 9/30 : New/Old Bar : Free Party

2640 Main St. SM, CA 90405
Thursday, September 30th

Basement Tavern is a cool new speakeasy type place in the basement of a beautiful old historical building (The Victorian) on the corner of Main St. & Ocean Park in Santa Monica.

You have to go in through the back of the parking lot past the mops and trash cans then down the stairs.

There's lots of parking with their own lot.

Getting in the van at Fishlips in Bakersfield on January 12, 2008

Thursday, September 23, 2010

O'Brien's Saturday : Glow Festival : All Night Partytimes For Now!

Saturday Night.
O'Brien's Pub, 2941 Main St. SM, CA 90405
with our friends For Now
9pm-2am. Free!

For Now features our good old Venice buddies Paul Gronner, Troy Marinucci and Alberto Drummer.
It's their first Westside show and they live in Venice so let's get their early and eat some fish n' chips or have a turkey sandwich. Might I suggest a mosh pit perchance.

Also, Glow Festival is Saturday night. After the show we can walk there and all the restaurants are open until like 4am. And it's an all night party which is unusual for us. (read: sarcasm)

9-14-2008. Opening up for Pat Green at the sold out House Of Blues Sunset. Photo by Laura Narikawa

Friday, September 17, 2010

Live at Villains Tavern. September 16, 2010. Photo by Alicia Garcia. Where's Jonny? A little to the right. He's there and rocking!

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Friday, September 10, 2010

September 11, 2001 to September 11, 2010

On September 11, 2001 I woke up to the sound of Susan, my girlfriend at the time, yelling in to my answering machine.

"You gotta wake up. A second plane just hit the World Trade Center!"

Clearly our country was under attack. And I called my dad. He was wondering who did it. I knew it was Al Qaeda because my brother had told me years before about the 1998 Nightline interview with Osama Bin Laden. That they had declared war on all citizens of the United States. They had already attacked the WTC in 1991 and US embassies in East Africa.

My step-dad, Michael, had a court case that afternoon in NY. So he took the red-eye in from Los Angeles. My mom and I didn't know if he was on one of the planes that hit the buildings or if he was on one of the other ones still flying around. It was total chaos. And for hours cell phones didn't work because the emergency overloaded the system.

Finally, my mom gets an email from my step-dad's Blackberry. "I am ok." We rejoiced. He had gone straight to his hotel room and gone to sleep oblivious. He landed safely in NY within minutes of the 1st plane hitting the tower.

I went back upstairs and as I watched the gigantic masses of steel that were the World Trade Center tumble to the ground looking like so many toys, I called some friends that I knew didn't have TV, were probably still asleep and wouldn't have a clue what was going on.

I remember describing what was happening to my friends Jeff and Elvis, neither of whom had TV's and were just listening on the radio. I actually said to Jeff that it's got to be only a matter of time before we hear about someone we know that was on one of the 4 planes or working in the towers.

A couple minutes later I get a call from my friend Brent. He is very distraught. He says, "We think Elvis's mom was on one of the planes."

She was near Boston at their house on Cape Cod. I had hooked Elvis up with his first ever solo show for that night. It was to be at the Rainbow Bar & Grill.

Being the ebullient, ever-loving soul that she was, Elvis's mom conspired with some of her close friends in LA to surprise him and come see his first show. Knowing her it made complete sense. She loved her boys Oz and El. She wouldn't have missed it for the world.

On all the channels they had the hot line to call to find out if your friend or loved one might be on one of the planes. I called it.

"Was Berry Perkins on any of the flight manifests?" The response after 15 seconds was a bit of a relieved, "no" from the American Airlines employee on the other end of the line.

Then I ask, "What about Berry Berenson?" The reply, "Are you a family member?" I say "No." She says "I can't reveal that information unless you are a family member. Please hold." I just hung up.

Her flight was American Airlines Flight 11. The first plane to hit the towers.

The next amount of time is all a blur, but I called Elvis. And some other friends and lost it with my mom.

We went from the elation of knowing that Michael was safe and sound asleep in his hotel room to the out of control despair of losing Elvis's mom in a matter of minutes.

Next call we get is from my step-mom. My dad has gone in to emergency surgery. Cardiac ablation. They sort of vaporize little pieces of the heart muscle that are beating erratically to tune it up.

A few days earlier my dad's heart had stopped for 3 or 4 seconds.

He was walking through the hospital doing rounds on a Sunday. He fell backwards on to the concrete floor and hit his head. His colleagues took care of him immediately. On Monday September 10th, he missed one of the small handful of work days he ever missed in his mighty career that continues to this day. Doctor's orders.

But on this morning when I called him to talk about the terrorist attacks, he had already been awake and at a meeting for several hours.

So an hour after finding out Michael was alive and Berry was gone, my dad was in emergency surgery.

The only thing we could do was gather the troops and head to Elvis's house. The airline couldn't completely confirm if his mom was on the plane or not. We still had a little hope that maybe she missed the flight.

I remember standing out on his deck in the middle of the Hollywood Hills and hearing the eerie silence of no planes in the air.

I remember hugging Elvis when the airline finally called to confirm that his mom boarded the plane.

I remember when we all held hands in a circle out on the deck and Pat Ast sang the Lord's Prayer and a little bumble bee kept landing on my hand forcing us to break the circle and laugh right in the middle of all that pain. Elvis had written the song "While You Were Sleeping" a couple years before for his mom while she was taking a nap at their house on Cape Cod, and in that song he calls her, "My Honey B."

I remember when my mom called to let me know that my dad was alright. It was while we were in that circle with the bee landing on my hand and after the 5 hour operation they performed on him that day was done.

I remember going home and my mom cooking chicken for dinner.

Tomorrow is September 11, 2010.

My great high school friend Jeremy Corbell is marrying his Honey B, Katrina Bea, at the glorious Henry Miller Library. And my band has the honor of playing.

We will do it for to make September 11th a better day in the world in our own small way. And to send our Jeremy and Bea out on a beautiful adventure together with and for us all. And we will do it for Berry and her boys.

Elvis Perkins: "While You Were Sleeping"

Thursday, September 9, 2010

The Cleaners. L-R: Stephen Tegel, Mitch Marine, Jon Niemann. September 7, 2010

Monday, September 6, 2010

Featured on Breakthru Radio Today

with lots of cool friends and acts including Truth & Salvage Co. Keaton Simons, Bushwalla, Tony Lucca, Jennifer Quiroz, Chris Parish Band, Yael Meyer, Curtis Peoples, Joe Firstman

Cinema Bar Sunday School. May 3, 2009. Photo by Paul Gronner

Friday, September 3, 2010

Primitivo Venice Saturday & Sunday Acoustic Brunch : Full Version Of Cee Lo Green's Fuck You

Saturday and Sunday from noon - 2. 
Paul & Dutch acoustic brunch at Primitivo Wine Bistro
1025 Abbot Kinney Blvd. Venice, CA 90291
Great food. Acoustified music.
Out on their beautiful back patio by the garden.
I don't see why not.

Full Version of Cee Lo Green's Fuck You recorded live at O'Brien's Pub last Saturday.

Also, Brentwood Village at Barrington & Sunset on Tuesday we're doing a quiet little band set up thingy real early at like 5pm.

Have some great shows coming up this month.

Here's a progress report on our new record. A couple things left to do before mixing & mastering. Should still be a few weeks because we are so dang busy playing. But we're real excited for you to hear this new stuffs! Toodles.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

F*ck You Cee Lo Cover & O'Brien's Saturday

O'Brien's Pub. 2941 Main St. SM, CA 90405
Saturday night. Free! 9:30-close.

A version of the new Cee Lo song we improvised at the Mint last night.

The new song by Cee Lo.

Somewhere's off the 395

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Wednesday at The Mint with White Buffalo & Shannon Moore : Pics From Tour

Tomorroow, 8/25/10: The Mint opening up for The White Buffalo

We go on promptly at 9. Shannon Moore at 8. TWB at 10.
Tickets are $12 if you buy them here now.
Or $15 tomorrow aka day of show.

We had a great time up in Truckee, Reno & Virginia City. I took a couple snaps.

Truckee, Reno & Virginia City

Monday, August 16, 2010

Truckee, Reno & Virginia City : Dough Rollers With Bob Dylan

Hey we're getting the band back together and going on a little jaunt this weekend.

8/19/10: Truckee, CA: Pastime Club

8/20/10: Reno, NV: Davidson's Distillery. We go on first at 9pm. Followed by local favorites Dustraiser and the funky good times of the Groovy Rednecks

8/21/10: Virginia City, NV: Red Dog Saloon.We go on after local favorites Moment's Notice.

Let's have some funtimes in The Van. She just carried Leslie Stevens & The Badgers safely through a successful 2 week tour!

Sunday we're gonna go see our buddies that we probably played about 20 shows with the Dough Rollers. They're on tour this Summer opening up for Bob Dylan and John Mellencamp. Party!

The Van at the Pastime Club in Truckee
Poster nicked from Garret Donovan of Dustraiser's Facebook
Poster by Sara Park

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Friday Night at Brennan's Pub : Saturday at Viper Room

8/13/10: Brennan's Pub 4089 Lincoln Blvd. Marina Del Rey, CA 90292. Free. 9pm-close.

8/14/10: Viper Room opening up for Band of Heathens and Taylor Hawkins & The Coattail Riders.
We go on promptly at 8pm for a short set.

Last week the Band Of Heathens played a show in Victor, ID population 840. 3000 people showed up. Also, Taylor Hawkins of the Foo Fighters is on after them. Should be a cool night.
Please note that tickets are $10 if you get them here now. And $15 on the day of the show. 

8/15/10: Interview on The Michael Nayt Show at 7pm

Last week we played our friend's wedding...
Next week we're off to Truckee, Reno and Virginia City.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Monday, August 2, 2010

Saturday At Fishlips In Bakersfield

Saturday August 7th at 9pm.
1517 Eighteenth Ave. Bakersfield, CA 93301
9pm-close. 21+

We gonna dance on tables and spill drinks. Take all that despair and fear and build a house of love.

One time at Fishlips, I spilled 9 drinks accidentally. Now I have a new place to put my drinks so they don't spill accidentally. Only on purpose.

Kinky Friedman = Good company

Friday, July 30, 2010

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Tonight At The Waterfront With T Bone Burnett's Latest Project Sahara Smith

Oscar and Grammy winning producer T Bone Burnett just finished producing the new album by Sahara Smith.

We're playing right after her tonight. (Thursday)

Waterfront Concert Theater
4211 Admiralty Way. Marina Del Rey 90292

Special thanks to the folks that formerly ran The Stronghold for having us out.

She starts at 10:30.

I know I said last week was last LA band gig for awhile.

"I thought I was out, but they keep pulling me back in."
--Michael Corleone

Friday, July 23, 2010

O'Brien's This Saturday : Thirsty Crow Sunday Afternoon

O'Brien's Pub Saturday.
10pm-2am. 2941 Main St. SM, CA 90405

Always free. Always party time.

Paul & Dutch acoustic at Thirsty Crow in Silverlake on Sunday.
Free with gourmand drinks. It's like breakfast in a cup. That sounds weird.
You can get brunch at the place next door and bring it in for some acoustic music.
2939 W Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026 

Here's a little ink from Prescott last week.
Read the article here.

Here's our new theme song:

Paul Chesne Band's Fan Box