Rode Hard And Put Away Wet

my God, where do these days go?

Saturday, August 12, 2006

I'll post some more pictures soon - including the one with me and Bill rocking the mic together, but for now I just have these. Here you go, Myles!

Bill and Muriah

Bill and Muriah playing

Here's the set list from the Bill Mallonee House Show:

Holy Mother Mary
Nothing Like a Train
Solar System
High & Lonesome
Goes Without Saying
After All This Dust Settles Down
November Ghost
Knockin' At Your Door
If I Saw the Light (not sure of the name of this one - never heard it before)
Great Reservations
Here Comes Heartache
Good Luck Charm
Who Will You Love?
Parting Shot (yay!)
Muriah's Song (Muriah wrote and sang this one - very awesome)

The high points for me were some of the new tunes - November Ghost, Otherwise, and Rationale really stood out. And, of course, hearing Parting Shot live was a bit of a religious experience.


Blogger Myles said...

who's muriah?

1:04 PM  
Blogger John said...

(opening can of worms...)

Bill's wife.

1:25 PM  
Blogger the hamster said...

is that a dos eqaoihsdn (that mexican beer in a green bottle) there on the table in that green bottle? man, bill sure knows how to pick 'em while he's pickin' 'em!

thanx for the pics. i owe you both penmanship.

11:05 AM  
Blogger Myles said...

what? where's brenda? this is making me sad here. i need some kind of explanation.

9:57 PM  
Blogger Vernon Bowen said...

I'm a friend of Myles and a huge Mallonee and VOL fan. He told me about your house show, and I am very jealous, especially that he played Parting Shot, the greatest song ever written. I have yet to see him in concert, so here's hoping he returns to Texas sometime soon.
Concerning your later post, Pierce Pettis is another of my favorites, and he and I spoke briefly at one of his little gigs about how much we both enjoy Bill.

1:32 PM  

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