The members of Riffmaster & The Rockme Foundation gathered from across the country at Steve Rashid’s Woodside Avenue Music Productions in Evanston, Illinois on Saturday, May 15 to rehearse for our gig at SPACE in Evanston this Monday.
Rockmes Get Ready…
I’m happy to report that the band was in fine form, and knocked out such ancient Rockme classics as “It’s a Mystery”, “Valentine’s Day” and “Love” – and newer tunes like “Steve” and “Hitchin’ a Ride” (from the “Woodshed @ Woodside” CD, recorded in April, 2008.)
Everyone in the band is looking forward to the gig at SPACE (The Society for the Preservation of Art and Culture in Evanston) – so, if you’re in the Chicago area, be there on Monday night May 17th. For tickets, go to:
We’re pretty excited to be following artists like singer-songwriter Jonathan Edwards (“Sunshine go away today…”) and Men at Work’s Colin Hay (“Who can it be now?”).
See you Monday night, if you can be there. But if you can’t be there on Monday night – close your eyes and listen very carefully. You can probably hear emanations from Riffmaster’s Fender guitar anywhere within a 2,000-mile radius.
4 responses to “Rockmes Get Ready…”
Oh I’ll have my big ears tuned to the stratospheric winds carrying all the great sounds of the greatest band in the universe!
Aw man. Ears tuned in for the dulcet decibels of the Riffmaster’s riffage
Wish I could be there! Love to all the Rockmes and their lovable fans.
Rehearsal today at Fabsound on the west side of Chicago: a great little hole-in-the-wall studio built into the basement of a century-old house. Managed to get through all the songs with my hearing intact. Looking forward to the gig tomorrow.