This was shot back in December of 2012. Check out this special acoustic rendition of “Curfew”:
Catch us at JamBase Live Festival in George, Washington at The Gorge Amphitheater on July 6th. Tickets and more info here: http://www.jambase.com/live/
After YEARS of wearing their “Madison” boots, we are EXTREMELY excited to announce we have partnered with Stacy Adams. Share this photo + “Like” both the Mister Loveless + Stacy Adams FB pages for your chance to win a $200 gift card!
Please join us this Friday, March 1st at the Uptown in Oakland for our first show with our new guitar player, Daniel Brown. The show is free in tradition of Oakland’s 1st Friday Art Murmur. We play at 11pm. 21+
For more info, visit the Facebook event page:
“Mister Loveless’ ‘Punk Like Me’ explodes out of some mythical garage like that teenage punk song blasting out of your best friend’s Chevy Nova rocketing into the uncharted world of “devil-may-care” youth.”
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Keep an eye on our show dates as we’ll be adding plenty more within the next few weeks.
Well, I guess it’s time to share this. It has been determined, by myself and others, that due to a series of escalating unfortunate circumstances, the best thing for me right now is part ways with Mister Loveless. I guess that’s just double speak for, I need to take care of some things in my life (things I have neglected), things that require me to walk a different and new path then the one I am currently on. This is not an easy thing to do, please don’t take my frankness or tone as disdain or sarcasm, that’s definitely not the case. It is painful and saddening, but, this is necessary. It would only be a great disservice for me to continue in this capacity. This is not a parting in bad blood, nor is it something I wanted to happen, it is simply the right thing to do at this juncture. I will always have loveless in my blood, and when I think of the band and the last 7 years of my life, I feel nothing but great pride to have had the opportunity to work with Rob, Charlie and Nick. Playing music with them has allowed me to get to know a side of them that not many people get to see. They are amazing people.
But this is not a letter addressed to them, this is for you. This is for all the friends and acquaintances I’ve made while playing shows at home or on the road. This is for Dan Hooper, and Sam Haun, for The Chico’s and Jen (CW), to all the kids we met from Brentwood who we can now drink with, and to the city of Los Angeles, to Anaheim, and Ranna, Daniel, and Nike, and Erica, and Iris, to the green house, to Fiasco Don’t Asko (who helped me activate something this one time) and all the other handsome dudes and smart girls we met. And to Tucson, to HRE, and Dave Mertz, and that party at Franks house, and that other guy named Frank at Richard’s party, and Kristy and Rich, and Luna and Christy, and to All three male Casey’s I know. To Allen and Omar, to Duane and his amazing family. To Trashbazooka, and David, and Ziba, and Rita. To Brad and to Larry from uptown, to Matthew, to Kayla in the north and to a couple really good soundguys I met, to John and Catherine, and Blythe, and all the other folks at Guerilla, and anyone who took time out of their life to stop and listen, to all of you who felt the need to share a compliment or comment, to so many amazing strangers, to Wanslo and the amazing confidence he filled me with, to Taylor, and to the Perez brothers, to Aaron, To MFA, to Der Spazm, to Adam and Dan, and Dan, and Tommy, to anyone still reading this letter at this point, to all of you, and so many more that I will never remember. To you, and sorry if I can’t seem to remember your name, but I was probably drinking when we met.
You have all changed my life. I am a better person now because our paths crossed. Thank you. Thank you all so much. You’ve given me happiness and joy I once thought was never reserved for me. And so I sign off with the words of Thomas Meehan in mind: How lucky I am to have had something that makes saying goodbye so hard.
Thank you, it has been beautiful,