Your Monday MP3

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Trying something (sorta) new this week…I’m going to post a daily MP3 of something — anything — that might be cool for the Live Music Blog faithful. It might be live, it might not be. But it’ll be an MP3. And you’ll enjoy it.

Some classic Fugazi for you to rock out to [via rbally]…

/End rockin’ out session…

  • http://johnzeratsky.com John Zeratsky

    Great idea! I generally don’t have my full music collection with me at work, so I’m always looking for things to listen to.

  • http://johnzeratsky.com John Zeratsky

    Great idea! I generally don’t have my full music collection with me at work, so I’m always looking for things to listen to.

  • http://www.livemusicblog.com Justin

    Yeah, I’ll have to see how it works out. I’m thinking it’ll be good.

  • http://www.livemusicblog.com Justin

    Yeah, I’ll have to see how it works out. I’m thinking it’ll be good.

  • Todd Hartzog

    Hey man,
    I’m friends with Brad & Shelly Zern. Brad’s been telling me to check out your site for about a year now and finaly I have done so. I really enjoyed the blog, keep up the good work. I don’t get to too many shows anymore, but when I do it’s usually Panic or some sort of bluegrass. I recently caught the Panic in WinterPark Colorado for one of George’s last show’s. Great set list but it definitely felt like George was taking a backseat to John Keane. I don’t understand why everyone was down on George, I loved his style and the way he changed things up. I loved Mikey, but his sound seemed to get repetitive after seeing them for so many years and George was a refreshing change. I don’t know if Brad has told you about the big hog roast at the lake Sept. 9 with our friends bluegrass band “Huckleberry Blue” playing in the evening, you should try and make it. Well anyway keep up the good work and I will save this site as a favorite.
    Peace,
    Todd Hartzog

  • Todd Hartzog

    Hey man,
    I’m friends with Brad & Shelly Zern. Brad’s been telling me to check out your site for about a year now and finaly I have done so. I really enjoyed the blog, keep up the good work. I don’t get to too many shows anymore, but when I do it’s usually Panic or some sort of bluegrass. I recently caught the Panic in WinterPark Colorado for one of George’s last show’s. Great set list but it definitely felt like George was taking a backseat to John Keane. I don’t understand why everyone was down on George, I loved his style and the way he changed things up. I loved Mikey, but his sound seemed to get repetitive after seeing them for so many years and George was a refreshing change. I don’t know if Brad has told you about the big hog roast at the lake Sept. 9 with our friends bluegrass band “Huckleberry Blue” playing in the evening, you should try and make it. Well anyway keep up the good work and I will save this site as a favorite.
    Peace,
    Todd Hartzog