Thursday, February 23, 2006

Karaoke Forever!!!!

Forrest "Lord" Pruett (Deulusions, Forty Shades of Blue) awakened me from my slumber and informed me that the gang was at Grand Station, which has a karaoke on Wednesday nights. The lure of the crowd was too much for me. I slapped on some rags and proceeded to the establishment. By the time I got there, Forrest was already performing "You Give Love A Bad Name" by Bon Jovi. Being the consummate performer that he is, Forrest rocked it. He also helped some girls out on their rendition of "Leavin' On a Jet Plane". I never knew the words to that song outside of the chorus. Now, I vaguely remember them. Lina Fritsche (Divine Manipulation of the Threads, Slow Down You're Dating Too Fast) performed "Adia". As usual, Lina sang the hell out that song! Of course, Joseph Smith (Delusions, Almost Made) and I HAD to deliver our rendition of "Nuttin' But a G Thang". We rocked it! Later, Forrest performed "Silent Lucidity" by Queensryche. Top-notch performance. Forrest and I also chewed the fat about acting and not being afraid to push for better roles. Sometimes I get comfortable and secure playing the oddball or goofy character. I have to push myself. Challenges help you grow.
I have just received a call from Mr. Rod Pitts ( and he has informed me that I have been drafted for his short for the Lil' Memphis Film Festival. Oh, yeah, it's on again! Another day, another credit. Be easy, readers.


The stellar independent film Act One by Old School Pictures was #1 over the weekend at Studio on the Square here in Memphis. They have extended the run for another week. So now, Act One will be running until next Thursday, March 2. Here are the show times:

"Act One" Malco Studio on the Square 1:25 * 4:40 * 7:25 * 9:45

Please support local independent films, people. Memphis has a lot of creative artists that should be encouraged. That is all, citizens.


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