In continuing our series with this month’s Featured Artists, The Jazz June, here are three more live song performances from the earlier days. Enjoy! The Jazz June performs “When the Drums Kick In” at a show in South Carolina. From the Medicine Tour. The Jazz June opens a Summer 1998 performance Pennsylvania with “His Statue Falls,” … More “When the Drums Kick In,” live in South Carolina, 2000; “His Statue Falls,” and “Signal,” in Pennsylvania, 1998.
The Jazz June performs “When the Drums Kick In,” a song from their second album, “The Boom, The Motion, and The Music.” The Jazz June performs “Rich Kid Shakedown,” a song from their first album, “They Love Those Who Make the Music.” The Jazz June performs “S.E.G.,” a song from the Deep Elm compilation album, … More The Jazz June: Live in Columbus, OH (1998)
The Jazz June opens a Summer 1998 performance at Chicago’s Fireside Bowl with “His Statue Falls,” a song from their album “The Boom, The Motion, and The Music.” The band performs “Signal,” a song re-released on their third album, “Breakdance Suburbia.” The song was originally released on their 7″ record “the necessary conditions of currents and … More The Jazz June: Live at the Fireside Bowl, Chicago, IL (1998)
One night last week I was having drinks with a close friend I hadn’t seen in a while. We proceeded to catch up on how things were going with work, with our romantic relationships, our families, mutual friends, the whole standard ticket. At some point in the evening, things turned to talk about writing—as they … More Writing for Writers: Poetry, James Joyce, and the Arc of Absurdity