In Other News...

Noteworthy Gigs:

Colin Gawel and The Lonely Bones live Thanksgiving Eve Wednesday Nov 25th Rumba Café – Doors 7pm Quinn Fallon on at 8:15 Bones onstage 9:30-11pm $7.00 at door our advance ticks at 

Colin Gawel and The Lonely Bones live at the International Pop Overthrow Festival, Beachland Ballroom, and Cleveland, Ohio Friday Nov 13th. Onstage 8:30pm


Watershed drummer Dave Masica has been in and out of hospitals for the past two months and is facing the prospect of yet another grueling surgery to repair his ailing back. Please send your best wishes and prayers to Dave and his family to help them through these trying times. 

Watershed is considering putting together a Dave benefit show sometime over the holidays. We care currently looking into different venues and drummers who could help us make this happen. Stay tuned.

Random Colin thoughts:

-Sitting next to Mike Landolt listening to a rough mix of my next CD featuring “Superior” and “Sad Drive”, I had the crazy thought that this might be the best music I’ve done. Nah.. Working on artwork and it should be available early next year.
-hoping to do some solo touring in 2010 to support both the “Chemo” and “Superior” CDs playing Raleigh, NC Jan 29th for starters.
-Talked to someone who knows the Dead Schembechlers and they told me that there would be no “Hate Michigan” rally this year. 
-For Halloween, Owen and I are carving out pumpkins as the four members of KISS. Paul, Gene, Ace and …Eric?  
-I hope the Yankees lose
-Joe Oestreich has finished his Watershed novel and is shopping for publishers. And no, I haven’t read a word. I’m sure it will be great.
-Dan Cochran recently attending a wedding in Newport, RI which started Herb Schupp and I reminiscing about the many fine Sunday afternoons we would spend in the bars of Newport while touring with Watershed. 
-Rick Kinsinger is traveling to Penn State for the Buckeye v N.Lions football game. Might not be the year for a Happy Valley vacation but I remain optimistic about the future of this team and T. Pyror.