Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Linus & Lucy #2

Jason, is this the one?

14 comments:

Jason Morris said...

That is him. He is amazing live. Sometimes listening to him I swear there are two guitarists playing.

When he does his solo the whole crowd starts yelling SSTUUUU. Your first time seeing him it almost sounds like they are booing him. My buddy's sister asked me during one concert why they were booing him because he is really good.

Lisa Lane said...

Sounds amazing...maybe one day I'll be lucky enough to see him live. It's an awesome thing to really connect to an artist and his/her music! I'll keep checking him out. Thanks again.

pigpen51 said...

Simply wow

Lisa Lane said...

You like that do ya pigpen51...I like, that I, well I was kinda involved...but I like that I wowed ya...you offer up so much here....glad I could wow ya, of course with the help of Jason..lol, but I'll take it!

pigpen51 said...

When I played out,I met a bass player from Detroit, almost as good. Got to play with him one night. Worth doing even if I would have had to do it for free. Just amazing. You play up to the talent that you are with.

Jason Morris said...

Anytime. If you like violin music Lindsey Sterling is another to check out, she is pretty decent on that. My daughter loves her but then again she plays the violin too (only 13 years old so she has a lot of years to get great). Also, if you don't mind harder music, Leo Moracchioli does some really good covers. He even does a cover of Wirecutter's favorite female artist, Justin Beiber.

The last two years I have taken her hunting (my daughter obviously) and she has played for our camp and another camp that we have befriended and love her. Here is a picture of her with the deer I shot using her rifle (first time she has seen an animal shot so she was too nervous to do it herself).

http://i740.photobucket.com/albums/xx47/jmorris73/DSCF0449_zpstsbi1ljd.jpg

Lisa Lane said...

First off super photo! She looks like she handled it just fine. Pretty young lady as well.
I am familiar with Lindsey Stirling, and enjoy her as well as David Garrett. I am going to check out Leo...wondering if I should wait till morn with my first cuppa joe?? LOL....I saw metal in the title and I am getting sleepy...so I a going to get back to you on him. Ken does have his favorites...lol, I will seek one out!

Lisa Lane said...

Ok, I didn't wait, and I gotta say, I think I like it better than Adele's version...I like 5 Finger Death Punch, so yeah...I like this...I have to admit, I am not familiar with this genre other than 5 Finger..but there ya go...thanks for giving me something new I like.

pigpen51 said...

I tried to give you a name. Ana Popovic. For the guys. You will see.

Lisa Lane said...

Did I miss it somewhere? Yeah, I have heard of her and listen to her occasionally. Posted.

pigpen51 said...

No, I can only get to your site with my phone or my chromebook. My laptop has old age issue just like me. I just was saying she is an average to above average musician and singer, but quite good looking.

Jason said...

I'm glad you enjoyed him. His version of Hello is a hell of a lot better. His Ghost Busters is pretty good too. Next, try Dope's version of Spin you round (I think is what its called, from Dead Or Alive in the 80's).

Five Finger Death Punch is a great band and I love their video to Wrong Side of Heaven (if you have not watched it, it might give you a tear or two). Along with their cover to House of the Rising Sun.

My daughter is a pretty kid, and very polite. I'm glad she got most of her looks from her mother but hopefully she will be more like me in most other things.

Lisa Lane said...

Wrong Side Of Heaven...is fantastic...have loved it since it came out...besides loving the music, those men are really easy on the eyes, man candy for sure! The videos just reach out and grab you...can't not watch them....just love!

Lisa Lane said...

I just had to come back and say, while I jokingly made comments about the men being hot, man candy...but really the seriousness of the video, should have been in the forefront of my comments, my dad is a vet, and I cannot imagine him being treated the way our vets are treated. When I see this video or homeless vets, I don't see weak men I see strength and suffering...what we put them through, what we ask of them, and then we deny them basic humanity and respect when they finally get to return home...HOME...think they feel like they came back home....doesn't seem like it to me....and shame on us/and the politicians we put into office and refuse to hold accountable for that. Just sayin...