Excerpt here: “… we lost a member to vaccine hesitancy, and we had a bit of a lineup change. Our long-time drummer left, which at first seemed like a set-back, but actually, renewed & refreshed our approach.
Carla picked up the drum-sticks and starting playing drums… It opened up a whole new way to work together. And the vibe in the rehearsal room just morphed, evolved, we think we have the best lineup and sound we’ve ever had. We have a world-class string section, crossed with music from the street. We are finally living up to the tag one of our fans gave us: 21st Century Druid Music.”
Hello All – My long-time co-conspirator, Carla Hayden is an artist in all ways. She is a creative force of nature. The two of us are so lucky to be able to make music with an astonishing collection of artistic souls: whitewolfsonicprincess.
Carla drew up the “stage-plot” for our show. Let us fill in the blanks: Nura A on violin, Chuck W. on electric guitar, Michael H. on double-bass, Tim OB on electric bass, Randy F. on percussion, Carla H. vocals, various percussion, James M. on acoustic guitar and vocals. –
Shawn Decker from Specific Gravity shows us his latest modular patch – he says: “getting ready for our show at SPACE Evanston on Wednesday night July 20th with whitewolfsonicprincess – Alex Inglizian and I have been working hard and are excited for our debut as a duo! Tickets are going fast! Get yours here: Evanston Space”
I am actually at a loss for words this morning. I know, hard to believe.
Our show last night at Jarvis Square Pottery was an amazingly good one. I mean, it was extraordinary pretty much in every way: fabulous crowd, joyous vibe, sterling sound; our opener Lars Von Keist’s performance was captivating and exhilarating, and our band was totally alive in the moment.
Magic really does regularly happen at that gorgeous storefront. We have had many remarkable shows there, this had to be one of the finest. It happened. It really, really happened. If you were there, you know, if not, well, let me just say: it happened! – Jammer
What is cool about our whitewolfsonicprincess project, it can morph and evolve. Lineup changes? No worries. Room to grow and groove. Lately, the Lovely Carla Hayden has been sharpening her skills on a variety of percussion elements. So fun. . We will be at Jarvis Square Pottery this Saturday, June 18. Be prepared to be astonished! – Jammer
Not many folks know that two bands emerged from the 2005 Black Forest play, “Free Henry Goodbar, Telepath.” It’s true, both WWSP and The Telepaths were little seedlings hurled from the maw of that mother of a mind-bending, fevered, shiny beast play. The bands share a couple members, as well as the same creative spark, and the DIY spirit of just fucking showing up and laying it all on the line, always. Damn the torpedos.
Both bands were on the bill last Saturday at the SaveMore Lounge a “spiffy new dive bar” that turned out to be less spiffy and more dive. Yikes! Carla took this photo. It really does capture the religious devotion and the weird, ballsy mystery of the r&r thing.
Carla writes: Jammer kneeling to the rock gods, humbly honoring his Tele, making some telepathic magic!
Jammer writes: The Telepaths at Savemore, with Telecaster & vocalist Pat McDonald… honoring the gods of garage.
BTW – what a fabulous photo. Pretty iconic. Sort of captures the magic, and the mystical soul of the work we all love to do. – Jammer