Schwervon "Spring Roll" Tour 2013


Hi Friends! We're hitting the road again this Spring. These are confirmed dates so far. Love till Niagara Falls, Nan + Matt

March 8 - Wichita, KS @ Kirby's Beer Store w/ Bergeron + Money Badger

March 9 - Tulsa, OK @ The Soundpony (w/ The Fabulous St. Knicholas Cage + The Levitators)

March 13 - Austin, TX @ Shangri-La's Major Matt Mason USA show w/ Special Guests! ( 1:15pm Sharp!

March 16 - Austin, TX @ Shangri-La's ("SXSW Midcoast Takeover/ 6:15pm sharp!

March 17 - Houston, TX @ Super Happy Fun Land (SXSW Overflow Fest)

March 18th - New Orleans, LA @ Allways Lounge (w/ The Dangerous Ponies + Norwegian Arms + Bottomfeeders)

March 19 - Memphis, TN @ Tako's Treasures (w/ White Mystery + The Vignettes + Gay Brother + Berkano) Read more »

The Caves + Coed Pageant + Schwervon + The Author & The Illustrator @ Art Closet Studios / KC, MO


Art Closet Studios
3951 broadway
Kansas City, MO
All Ages/ $4

The AUTHOR AND THE ILLUSTRATOR (KC Indie Experimental) -

SCHWERVON! (KC Indie Rock) -

COED PAGEANT (Illinois Indie Rock) -

THE CAVES (KC Indie Rock) -


Major Matt "Show Poem" from: Rabbit Killer, Folkicide, Major Matt Mason USA @ Davey's Uptown- KC,MO- 2/13/13


Just before waking up today I had an anxiety dream. I’ve grown to kind of enjoy anxiety dreams. They seem to be the kinds dreams that I remember most frequently. This dream took place on the day of my college graduation. I was waiting in a room, preparing to walk out onto a field with my fellow graduates. Then I realize that I’m supposed to be giving a speech of some kind and I’ve done absolutely nothing to prepare for it. There’s a couple of other very smart looking people in the room with me that are looking over notes and mumbling to themselves like they're rehearsing their own speeches. Read more »



The Midwest Music Foundation is proud to present the fourth annual MidCoast Takeover, March 13th – 16th at Shangri-La in Austin, TX. This event promises four days of music, mayhem, and general debauchery — the definitive Midwestern musical throw down. MidCoast Takeover will showcase bands from Kansas City, Lawrence, and the Midwest region on the national stage during South by Southwest.

The first round of 2013 bands have been selected. Congratulations to all the bands! Read more »

The Anthology Film Archives Presents the New York Premier of Corporate FM A New Film by Kevin McKinney & Jill McKeever January 7


In 1996, commercial radio underwent a quiet revolution. In the wake of the new “Telecom Act,” local station owners everywhere sold their stations to conglomerate groups as fast as they could. The new corporate owners gutted staffs. Corporate FM is about what happens when a city loses a communal microphone. Radioʼs broad coverage gives it the ability to unify huge populations. Unlike Facebook, Satellite radio, or webbased music sharing apps, locally owned terrestrial radio can reach thousands of people across all incomes and ages in a local region at the same time with a message that is relevant to them at that moment. Read more »

Schwervon 2012 Fall European Tour Blog Recap!


Nan and I got back recently from a 5 week tour of Europe in support of our new album Courage. First off, thank you for your support! This was our most successful tour to date. We are so thankful to those who appreciate and share in what we do. If would you’d like to check out the new album (Olive Juice/Loud Baby Sounds), you can purchase your own personal copy in digital or limited edition CD and Vinyl format from the Schwervon! Bandcamp page.
Nan and Matt

Week # 1 of European Tour: Berlin, Dresden, Krakow, Vienna, Munich, Nuremburg

Week #2, 3: Mannheim, Regensburg, Gunzenhausen, Tobel, Zurich, Wetzler, Darmstadt, Cologne, Bremen

Week# 3, 4 Oldenburg, Hannover, Hamburg, Offenbach, Nantes, Paris

Week # 4, 5 London, Cardiff, Bristol, Nottingham, Wakefield, Manchester

Week #5 Halifax, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Home Read more »

2012 Q. and A. with Stanley Brinks aka Andre Herman Dune


1. Stanley, you spend very little time on the internet.
How come you don't spend more?
Why do you spend any?

I have to, mostly for work, because i don't use the telephone. As little as i can, though, one hour a week or something, all at once, and not every week. I feel much better only being where i am, one place in space.

2. You were one of the original members of Herman Dune.
Why did you leave the band?

We lasted a very long time, for a two-headed band. I liked that we didn't rehearse at all, we were even living in different countries for a while. It seemed to make sense back then to have a bit of a mess on stage. We did that for a decade, then we were ready to try new things. I started listening to calypso myself, it's still my main influence as Stanley Brinks. I still play with people a lot of the time, i like improvisation, solos and all. I get a lot of that when i perform with the Wave Pictures, or with my new Norwegian band - the Kaniks.

3. What kind of musical project(s) are you currently involved in? Read more »

Schwervon! + Paleface + Folkicide @ Davey’s Uptown Ramblers Club/ Kansas City, MO / Nov. 14th / 9pm


PALEFACE: "a neo-folk icon" (The Flagpole, Athens GA) is currently on tour as a three piece band in support of his Ramseur Records follow-up, One Big Party. The band celebrated the release with a special guest-performance alongside The Avett Brothers at NYC's Radio City Music Hall, followed by US and Europe tours. And soon after, PASTE Magazine premiered "PALEFACE: The Making Of One Big Party", a short documen
tary which follows the band as they record their new album and travel across the US, including clips from live performance in NYC and Boston's The House of Blues. Paleface has released over a dozen records including two major label releases, and he's collaborated and performed on three albums by The Avett Brothers. He's also influenced and inspired a wide range of musical acts, from electropopsters YACHT, to Grammy Award recipients Kimya Dawson (The Moldy Peaches / Juno), and Beck who calls Paleface “a big influence on my early work” on Annie Leibovitz’s book American Music. At the moment, Paleface is in the process of writing a new album to record later in the year, and in the meantime he's self-released Multibean Bootleg Vol.3, a collection of raw demos, live performances and outtakes.

"Paleface's One Big Party is one big sonic shit-eatin' grin. Joyous, carefree and catchy as hell, this record is a perfect and cost-effective antidote to whatever ails ya" My Old Kentucky Blog

SCHWERVON!: A two piece rock band....Nan plays drums and Matt plays guitar and they both sing. They lived in NYC for 15+ years and have recently relocated to Kansas City with their cat Gummo. While living in Manhattan, they recorded and mixed the bulk of their music in their apartment as well as curating a DIY music hub called Olive Juice Music, which centered around their own local and online community. They all presently reside in Shawnee, Kansas with Matt’s Dad Harry. Together, Schwervon! have produced 4 full length albums, 2 seven inch vinyl only singles, in addition to touring the world and performing with The Vaselines, Belle and Sebastian, Kimya Dawson, The Thermals, Jeffrey Lewis, The Essex Green, Comet Gain, Herman Dune, Veronica Falls, The Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players and other luminaries. Read more »

post parade/yardsale online zine


Debe Dalton - Lives in Brooklyn
Kale Records, 2012

A timeless album you will play over and over, good music for chilling in the afternoon or evening and good music for coming down in the morning. Stalwart Seeger and Newport treatments render a comfortable listen yet Dalton's activist wit and occasional pop flourish never let things get passive. Missed Opportunities, classic antifolk, chides the opportunism of the new folk revival. 52 Minutes comforts the doubt in the spiritual quest Seek and You Shall Find. Think Again recasts the Billy Bragg song of the same title from political to personal without losing any any urgency. (I Was) Quietly Playing Banjo (In the Park) sentiment and arrangement bite Kimya Dawson's Sorry Sometimes I'm Mean.

The Magic Trip
Directed by Alison Ellwood & Alex Gibney
History Channel Films, 2011 Read more »

2012 Q. & A. With Julie LaMendola


1. I know you go to Europe and sing in some production(s) sometimes.
Is that still going on and what is that all about?

I'm a performer for an experimental theater company called Nature Theater of Oklahoma. About 4 years ago they asked me to be a part of an epic experimental piece called Life and Times. I didn't know what I was getting into but I really liked the directors when I went to speak with them about the project. I sing dance and act in it which is dreamy, but the job is good for me because it pushes me artistically and physically. The people in the company have similar artistic heroes as me and it's challenging and good to use that as a springboard for the performances I do. And now the company includes Dan from Ching Ching and his husband Dany who does a lot of dancing with us so it's good to be around those guys even if we aren't doing our own show.
The show is 11 hours long when all episodes are performed together. We've done it once and we'll do in in a couple of weeks too. I thought I wouldn't be able to do it, I sing for about 5 hours. It's really energizing. It turns out I really like doing things that I don't think are possible. Read more »

2012 Q. & A. with Toby Goodshank


1. Where do you live now and why did you leave NYC?

I'm living in Berlin, Germany. I left Brooklyn because Deenah (of Ladies of Old Hat) received a grant for journalism to be carried out in Berlin. Deenah invited me to live here so that I could spend time with her, to help with her projects, and to pursue my own art and music projects without the hindrance of being employed full time.

2. Are you going to continue painting now that you are no longer in
the same country as Adam Green and Macaulay Culkin? (Toby is part of
an art-collective with these gentlemen.)

I plan to pursue painting as one of my creative outlets, for sure! I hope to have had a solo art show in Berlin before the end of my stay. Painting is fun for me, and because it's new to me I feel like there's nothin but room for me to grow! 3MB (my collective with the boys) has briefly considered doing something together in the EU as well, and in general we plan to continue hanging out and collaborating on various projects involving paint in the future.

Thanks for calling us gentlemen!

3. You quit your job that you had had for a long time.
What was that like and are you now scared regarding income? Read more »

2012 Q. and A. with Bryan Copeland


1) Bryan, what exactly is this music called that you compose and
perform with Bryan and the Aardvarks. Is it jazz?

The music I compose for the Aardvarks has proven to be difficult to
categorize. Jazz purists, will be quick to tell you it's not jazz,
and indie rock people will give it a default label of jazz. Truth is,
it is a mixture of everything that has had a profound and lasting
effect on my subconscious. Whether the medium is music, film, a piece
of artwork, literature, personal relationships, etc..., anything that
moves me in a powerful way, tends to stick in my brain and become an
influence on my compositions. I think the things that have influenced
this project most would be; The sudden death of my 28 year-old best
friend Daniel Gilmer, the movie Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,
Jon Brion, Brad Mehldau's Trio, Wes Anderson movies, The Brian Blade
Fellowship, Elliot Smith, Nick Drake, Frederic Chopin, & Erik Satie to
name a few.

2) Unlike a lot of folks that perform at Sidewalk Cafe and perhpas
read stuff on this site, you are a graduate of a music school and
pretty highly trained. Read more »

2012 Q & A With Randi Russo


1) You moved.
How long had you lived in NYC, where did you go and why did you leave?

I lived in NYC for 15 years. I decided to move to Chicago recently. I visited here for two weeks back in March and made so many nice connections with artists and people in the art world that I got this gnawing feeling inside of me that I had to be here, like I had the opportunity to start my life over and investigate another passion of mine which was put on the back burner for the last decade as I somewhat aggressively pursued music. And this new-found old-love is painting. I have a studio here and I'm actually working on my art. I've met wonderful people who are like mentors to me and have encouraged my art. When that feeling comes, you have to seize it because those intense calls do not come often... at least not for me.

2) Did you have musical goals 12 years ago and if so do you still have
them and if so are they still the same? Read more »

2012 Interview with Jon Berger


1) Jon, what do you call this artform that you engage in?

I'm a little uncomfortable calling myself a poet, since I find what I do (reading/ranting little bits of story that I call "pieces") isn't especially poetical. I often describe myself as a Reader, but no one seems to understand when I make reference to the term. I guess that standup poet, performance poet, or short attention span poet are terms I use where people can get the idea.

2) Did you ever read Keats, Byron, and/or Shelley, and if so what did you think of their writing?

I have read virtually no poetry in my life. I've glances at Ginsberg. I've read a bunch of John S. Hall - and a little Bukowski and Mark Leyner. Oh! I really like former poet laureate Billy Collins. He's the closest to an established guy that I've absorbed. Mostly, though, I take inspiration from musicians.

3) What differentiates you from most slam poets that you have seen?

Not all that much - the slam time unit seems to be three minutes, and most of my pieces clock in at a little less than 60 seconds. Read more »

Schwervon! Album Release and European Tour.


@ Riot Room
4048 Broadway/ KCMO
Get your tickets here:


We are super excited to finallly get this album out! It was created in NYC, recorded in Memphis (with Doug Easley) and now we're gonna release it in Kansas City! Playing at the party are some KC top notchers. Come celebrate with us!! Formal dress not required but shakin' your ass IS. Facebook Event:

And after that we're heading back to Europe to spread the good news over there. Check out tour dates below!

Nan & Matt


4 Berlin (Schokoladen)
5 Dresden (Ostpol)
6 Krakow (Rozrywki 3)
7 Vienna (Rhiz)
8 Munich (Südstadt)
10 Nurnberg (k4 - w/ The Wedding Present!)
11 Mannheim (The Blau)
12 Regensburg (W1 - w/ Jenny Lund) Read more »

2012 Interview with Major Matt Mason USA


1. Matt, you had a big hand in organizing events and in recording
other artists while living in NYC.
Have you missed doing that since you moved?

I miss it a little. But I really enjoy focusing on the making and performing of my own music. It's turning out to be a much bigger commitment than I had imagined. Even though I do love helping to produce and facilitate music for other people I think I was using it as a bit of an excuse to not fully invest myself in my own projects for fear of failure. I've done very little recording since we left NYC about 5 months ago. I've done a couple small mastering jobs but that's pretty much been it. This is not to say that I wouldn't do it again. I might even be better at it now having taken a break from it for while.

2. Do you earn all of your money as a performer and recording artist now? Read more »

Yardsale - This Sat. and Sun. 8 am - 5 pm


The first sentence of the Yardsale blog. So first things first, follow this link to download the Major Matt e.p. Gooodbye Southern Death Swing, .So really first things first Yardsale is Dina's and I new record label, I recorded the songs at a sidewalk Cafe show and in Matt's living room on a Radio Shack Cassette Recorder, Nick Nace helped me clean up a really lofi recording and make it digital and Dina put it up on Yardsale Bandcamp, here is the link again . The recording sounds authentic, and the songs are great. Some of the songs are songs Matt wrote and recorded a long time ago which I captured at the Postparade ramble. Drink the Blood is really great, and I mean a really great new song by Matt. I hope this is the only recording of it, I recorded a bunch of other new songs by Matt including Dolly, I couldn't add them to the ep because I haven't figured out how to control the tape speed and treble during playback. It would be cool if I could put out a bunch of lofi Matt eps. I've got a Kansas State Flower rehearsal tape edited down from 3 hours of rehearsal tape to about 45 minutes. Read more »

Radio Amateur Open Mic is now every Monday @ No Fun Bar!!


Hey All,

The Radio Amateur Open Mic has moved to No Fun Bar (161 Ludlow) and is now every Monday night at 9pm!!

Everyone gets 6 minutes of stage time and sign up is on a first come first serve basis so get there early.

Also check out our podcasts at

MMM Show Poem 8-16-12, Picures of painting


MMM show writing@ Davey’s Uptown, KC 8-15-12 Weirdo Wednesday Supper Club

Today, I came up with the idea that when talking to or about people, it might be helpful, to try and act as though they suffer from some type of chronic back pain. Nothing totally debilitating. Just some sort of dull pain that makes life slightly more difficult on a daily basis...Life is difficult on a daily basis. And whether it’s a physical problem or what have you it’s just good to be aware of that…for everyone. Sometimes I forget that. As you get older you get more sensitive to that stuff because you actually are starting to feel that physical pain of just existing. But everyone’s got something going on…from the day they were born. I feel like it would help a lot to just assume that most people are overcoming some kind of pain or distraction in their life, to some degree, just to muster the ability to focus enough for a conversation with another human being. I think it’s good to appreciate that. Read more »



Pussy Riot in court.

Schwervon! Summer Sun Tour 2012 Blog Recaps.


22 shows in 24 days. The Schwervon! Summer Sun Tour 2012 is officially in the can. You can re-live the memories through these highlighted blog posts from the Schwervon! website.

Thanks Columbia, MO!

Summer Sun road report: St. Louis, Cincinnati

Summer Sun Tour 2012: Toledo, Akron

Summer Sun Tour 2012: Buffalo, Rochester Read more »

Joe Crow Ryan arrested, makes music about it


On April 30 (the day before May Day), at 6:30am, one of the NYPD warrant squads broke into the apartment I share with Joe Crow Ryan and a few others, and roused us all out of bed. They claimed they were there because Joe Crow had an outstanding open-alcohol-container ticket from 5+ years ago. It became obvious however that this was just an opportunity to interrogate one of my other roommates who had been previously arrested at an Occupy-related party about his potential involvement in May Day activities.

I could go into more details, but there are already 3 fairly thorough news stories posted about it online (the last being a mostly accurate interview with me):

Joe wrote a song about the experience called "My Arrest," based on "Will The Circle Be Unbroken?," an old gospel tune made famous by The Carter Family. He invited a number of familiar faces to collaborate with him.

Here is a link to a music video, of the song being recorded: Read more »



I did not know him, as far as I know he never came to Sidewalk, and I don't know if he played in a band.
Obviously too many people are killed every day for me to do a post on them all, but in a way this is symbolic.
This guy was just as important as any member of Radiohead.
Everyone doing their thing and kicking butt is important.

I am sure most of will agree that if Thom Yorke had been killed when the roof of the bandshell collapsed we'd be seeing a lot of R.I.P.s.
Well, Scott Johnson, Radiohead's drumtech was killed and I am posting this because it takes all of us doing our job to make things happen and this guy is worth the mention.

Schwevon! Summer Sun Tour Continues!


For the first time since our recent move to the Midwest, Schwervon! returns to the the East coast. After a little break from our virgin Midwestern tour, tomorrow we'll be heading back towards our old home town of NYC. Our return route will take us back through the steamy South, where we'll have a chance to revisit areas we discovered on last summer's recording adventure in Memphis, TN. The original inspiration for this tour was our friend Steven asking us to play the Beacon Riverfest. Thanks Steven. We're especially looking forward to playing in Ohio for the first time. Nan managed to line up 3 shows in Cincinnati, Toledo, and Akron. We're looking forward to seeing old friends and making some new ones. Stay tuned to ye old Schwervon! website and FB page (we're also on the G+ now) for up to date info and reports from the road. See you at the show!

June 21 - Columbia, MO - Roxy's (w/ Diggy & The Bad Decisions + We Live in Public)
June 22 - St. Louis, MO - El Lenador (w/ Dinofight + Ultraviolents + Mr. Clit and the Pink Cigarettes)June 23 - Cincinatti, OH - Comet (w/ Homemade Drugs)
June 24 - Toledo, OH - Ottawa Tavern
June 25 - Akron, OH - Annabell's (w/ Danny Myers)
June 26 - Buffalo, NY - The Vault (w/ Jack Toft + Settlers)
June 27 - Rochester, NY - Meddlesome Lab (w/ Windsor Folk Family + Seth Faergolzia & the 23 Psaegz)
June 28 - Kingston, NY - BSP Lounge (w/ Dirty River + The Revue w/ John Burdick Group)
June 29 - Brooklyn, NY - Big Snow Buffalo Lodge (w/ Berth Control +Supercute +mc'ed by Freddie Fox &Trixie Rose)
June 30 - Beacon, NY - BEACON RIVERFEST
July 01 - Brooklyn, NY - Goodbye Blue Monday “Schwervon! Side Project Show” Major Matt Mason USA + Nan & The One Night Stands (w/ Heavy Birds + Gold)
July 03 - Philadelphia, PA - TBA
July 04 - Baltimore, MD - Private “BBQ” House Show (RSVP) - (w/ Silence Kid + The Degenerettes)
July 05 - Roanoke, VA - Bazaar Consignments (w/ The Bastards of Fate)
July 06 - Charlottesville, VA - Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar (w/ L’Ecole Pour Minous)
July 08 - Chapel Hill, NC - The Cave (w/ Angwish)
July 09 - Asheville, NC - The Get Down
July 10 - Johnson City, TN - Acoustic Coffeehouse (w/ Donna Frost)
July 12 - Chattanooga, TN - JJ’s Bohemia
July 13.- Memphis, TN - The Buccaneer (w/ The Bombay Alleys + Albatross Party)
July 14 - Springfield, MO - The Danger Room (w/ Flawless) Read more »

Rick Shapiro News


I see where Rick Shapiro has a book out.

I also see where donations are being accepted on his website - money to go to medical expenses since Rick apparently had a "cardiac event".

Rock 'n Rollers Don't Bathe


Dashan Coram, 1981-2012, NYC
(The following text was taken from Bandcamp Scrobbler liner notes from the album Beebles by Secret Salamander)

"dashan > is also a capricorn > enjoys being alone as much as he likes being around others > hates using or hearing the word awesome > used to read comic books > almost never reads the end of novels > likes riding the train and hates airports > knows the difference between friends and aquaintences > can't spell very well > hates to use spell check > has never eaten flesh of any kind > has eaten hufu(human flavored tofu)as well as many other meat wanna be products > used to obsess over radiohead but can't listen to them anymore > used to listen to tevin campbell a lot and wishes that he had some of his music now > watches too much tv when he has cable > likes rooms that don't have a tv set but do have record players > can play other instruments than guitar better than it seams but is slow at learning songs on them > loves berlin but doesn't really like being in germany > is sick of seth rogan and that little dude from mac adverts > likes to talk shit about england and france > has never lived in a place that wasn't in the big city > doesn't trust the internet > may very well be a manic depressant > has at least four personality's > has way too many siblings > is the oldest of them all > went to art high school > never went to college > only drinks coffee socially >doesn't like to shower every day > is unemployed >"

I was in Des Moines, Iowa the morning I got the news that Dashan had passed away. My band Schwervon! had just played a show the night before for about 10 people. After the show, the door person speechlessly handed us a five dollar bill (our cut for the evening's performance). We managed to sell a couple of CD's and a T-shirt so the night wasn't a total, financial, loss. Nan and I were feeling good about the show itself. Later that night we shared a vegan taco pizza with our host Christopher (Christopher the Conquered) and his girlfriend Avalan. We felt like we had made some new good friends in Iowa. The next morning, there was a text on my phone from two separate people, in NYC, saying that they had some bad news. When you get a message like that a lot things run through your head. The first thing is: Someone died. The second is a flurry of people and accompanied scenarios. Was it an accident? An overdose? A fire? Was someone murdered? Was it more than one person? When I got the news the next morning that it was Dasahn who had died in his sleep the night before I'm sad to say that his name was one that rolled through my head when I first got that text. Read more »

Rock 'n Rollers Don't Bathe


Super Moon Pix/ Schwervon! Maximum May Flowers Tour!/ Midtown Tune Up/ Random Stuff
It's a rainy, post Supermoon (sorry my pic doesn't really do it justice), Sunday morning in Kansas. But I'm sure by the time I'm done writing this it'll probably be sunny and 80 degrees. I've heard a lot of people use the phrase: "If you don't like the weather just hang out for a little bit." to describe their local weather. But I've never found this statement to be more true than in Kansas. The first two weeks after moving here I found it pretty frustrating at how often the weather forecast totally blew it. But I have much more empathy now for KC weather people. The weather in here has more swings than a PMSing baseball team.

Nan and I have been gearing up for the Schwervon! tour all week: practicing every day, as well as checking out a couple of local shows, we bought a Club for the car, and filled in my Dad on Gummo's complex feeding schedule. Today seems to be the perfect day to print up some new T-shirts. Check out the dates below along with this cool pic that our friend Lippe took at our NYC going away show in February: Read more »

from my website



Recently some friends put together a night of performances and asked me to be a part of it.
I agreed to do it and showed up early to see the performer before me.
I played and then I watched the performer after me.
Then I watched the woman who was having her cd release show for about two songs and left.
I didn't see my other friends that played after that, which includes the people that invited me to perform.
Why did I leave?

There are some reasons---all conceivably lame.
One is I was hungry---quite hungry--and I have pretty unique ways of eating.
Nothing on the menu where I was at do I eat and though I had brought cashews and apples I was still interested in going home and making something.
Two is I am really into spending time alone and reading books.
Three is I have seen these folks numerous times and it was not as if it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity---though every show is unique and no minute ever repeats itself (and of course you never know how much longer you have to live--or how much longer they have).

Some people go to shows to be supportive, even if they would really rather be somehwere else.
I do this, but hardly ever. Read more »

Rock 'n Rollers Don't Bathe


Schwervmobile!/ The Quivers, Deco Auto, Cave Girls @ The Brick - KC,MO (4-28-12)

First things first. We finally managed to pick up our new (used) car on Friday. We got to take a trip out to Liberty Missouri. She's a 2006 Suzuki Aerio. I guess she's actually a he. On the drive home Nan officially named him Waylon Jennings. Waylon has a couple of battle scars but, for the most part, a very sound motor. We are looking forward to seeing how he performs on our up and coming Schwervon! Tour in May.
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