Glen Campbell 1936-2017

R.I.P. Glen Campbell: He wasn’t just a ‘Rhinestone Cowboy’ – Stephen Thomas Erlewine, CityPages Campbell’s 61st studio album, “Ghost On The Canvas” was released in 2011. The title track was a PW cover of a song Paul released in 2009 on “PW & The Ghost Gloves Cat Wing Joy Boys.” Paul appeared in the video for the song, which starts out with a visual nod to the Mats video for … Read more →

Happy 33rd of July

And it’s already the 33rd of July Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Cryday night Twelve-thousand, five hundred Days you’ve been alive I’m leaving in early Septober And it’s already the 33rd of July I met you again last night for the very first time Diamonds are forever I am for sometime I’m leaving in early Septober And it’s already the 33rd of July On Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Cryday night Twelve-thousand, five hundred … Read more →

Dry Wood Garage: Two For Saturday

dead sick of paul westerberg

It’s Two For Saturday at the Dry Wood Garage, with two new songs posted! First up is a PW original, “Dead Sick Of” and that’s ‘backed with’ a cover of Hank Williams’ “Someday You’ll Call My Name” (includes artwork of a gorgeous doggo, 14/10, would boop.) New PW selfie added to the Garage, which now includes an Ahhht section.   … Read more →

New Song Posted: “Feelin’ Good”

Another song added to the Dry Wood Garage! Today’s new tune is “Feelin’ Good”.   Alternate artwork makes the message clearer: “Many thanks to John Woodland for recording Tim O’Reagan BV & Keely Lane Drum” Slicing Up Eyeballs aptly nails the key descriptor of this song – twang! Listen: Paul Westerberg’s ‘Feelin’ Good’ on twangy new song — 3rd from mystery project For the third Saturday in a row, Paul … Read more →

The Replacements For Sale: Live at Maxwell’s 1986

The “Coming soon” news from The Replacements is here and it’s spectacular! Replacements Unearth 1986 Concert for ‘Live at Maxwell’s’ (Rolling Stone) First proper Replacements live album from 1986 coming out in October (Star-Tribune) When asked in 2007 why the Replacements had yet to release a proper live album, bassist Tommy Stinson told his hometown newspaper, “There are no good Replacements live recordings.” Rhino Records finally hopes to prove Stinson … Read more →