The Wet Paint Gallery in Tempe, AZ will be showing art pieces that have been inspired by one of the greatest movies ever made, The Big Lebowski. I really hope I can make it out to this.
You can get the details here
Buy tickets here.
Tonight I enjoyed a little slice of heaven before the Rapture tomorrow. This is the day people!!! 6.6.06 – 0 = 666. Let’s get ready to rumble!!!! If you’re not sure about the Rapture that’s gonna happen tomorrow, watch this video and make sure you keep your eternal destiny in check. As for me, a secular rock drummer, I’ll just be hoping they have Sam Adams on tap in the eternal lake of fire.
Another word of caution: When the shit hits the fan tomorrow, make sure to tune into CNN for all the updates because all the Fox News people will surely be in the arms of their heavenly father.
Tonight Holly and I will be going to our first ever “Game 7” of an NBA playoff series. We will be rooting for the hometown Phoenix Suns to pound the L.A. Clippers and their suddenly filled up bandwagon. It’s always great to “Beat L.A.” so hopefully tonight, we will take no prisoners. I am expecting to hear all the “sport rock” classics like Enter Sandman, Welcome to the Jungle, Right Now (the worst stadium rock song ever), and, of course, the best sport rock songs ever, Queen’s trilogy of “We Will Rock You”, “Another One Bites the Dust” and “We are the Champions”. Here’s to what will hopefully be a Suns win and to the Gorilla not pulling a “Frank the Tank”” when jumping through the ring of fire!
There have been more dates announced for Rob Bell’s “Everything Is Spiritual” tour. Check them out here.
Good news for Phoenicians:
July 10 – Tempe, AZ
Arizona State University
Door: 7:00 pm
Show: 8:00 pm
Rob Bell will be embarking this summer on a speaking tour across the United States. The tour is called “Everything is Spiritual” and will be taking place throughout the month of July. The first shows that have tickets available are in Pomona at the Glass House. You can buy tickets here and I’d hurry because I don’t think tickets will last very long. From what I’ve heard, this will be something that you will not want to miss, especially if you are a Rob Bell fan. If you don’t live in the SoCal area, don’t worry. There will be around 28 shows in all and the routing spreads across most of the country (rumor is that the Pacific Northwest is out of luck).
*Update– All proceeds for the tour will be going to WaterAid.
Stay tuned for more info…….