Fasten your seat belts - it’s gonna be a bumpy ride!! There's
a new GG Allin biopic on the way......
GG Allin: Live. Fast. Die. will be directed
by Jonas Akerlund, a music video maker and who also directed the film
Lords of Chaos. The screenwriter Richard Schenkman spent a
year researching, he interviewed GG’s brother Merle Allin, his
bandmates and his now-deceased mother. Here's the interesting note:
"The producers have acquired Allin’s life and music rights"
Gee, I wonder who got the wad of dough for that!!
There's sort of contradictory info going on here -
The producers say they "plan to tell the true story of Allin as
what happens to a borderline personality when the reach for fame exceeds
the limits of talent… when substance abuse goes unchecked and
mental illness undiagnosed and untreated… and when a fictional
character takes over a real person’s life, driving GG beyond limits
anyone could possibly endure.”
Screenwriter Schenkman said: “I read hundreds of articles about
him, arrest and trial transcripts, even his unpublished memoir. I watched
hours of videos and endured (oh the poor
man!!-ed) track after track of his assaultive music. I wanted everything
in this movie to be accurate and true. And it is.”
But ..... here's the kicker Schenkman is a writer of low-budget
horror fare such as Mischief Night, Zombie Night and
The Man from Earth: Holocene, the latter of which he also directed.
Captain Easychord took in a night at The Jungle. Things are rough out there and add the Captain's apartment getting burnt out, it becomes a necessity to
distract the mind and calm the soul with some music. Easychord found a community feeling in the groups who exchanged members all evening.
The line-up was Linnea's Garden, Emily Grogan Band, Crow Follow and Lights Out. See the photos and read what Captain Easychord has to say by clicking the photo link below.
The Holiday Markets are going strong .. so plan your
gift shopping accordingly:
Fest, Holiday Market at Boynton Yards by Once on this Saturday
Dec 10 - Games, Free Food, Bands and a huge list of awesome vendors.
New England Punk Rock Flea Market also this Saturday
Dec 10 at the historic Hotel Vernon, located in the
vibrant and newly revitalized Kelly Square, Worcester. it's a day of
vendors and bands, a toy drive, and holiday raffles! 11AM - 9PM Music
at 7PM -Music 7PM with Michael Kane (solo), Scare City, Sapling,
page for vendor info etc.
Night Shift Brewing Holiday Market is Sunday Dec
11 from 12 PM – 5 PM. Shop Boston Women’s Market small businesses
for gifts throughout the marketplace ~ Get delicious grub from Daddy's
Bonetown Burger from 12 PM - 5 PM - ~ Enjoy live music from 2 PM - 5
PM. ~ No tickets required, free event! FB
German Holiday Market at Notch Brewery Salem is Sunday,
December 11 & Sunday, December 18 - Get
all the gifts you need for the holiday season and support local small
businesses - hosted by Black Sheep Events. Vendors for each date will
be different so you'll be able to find everything you need! -Check out
the December 11 Vendors-
Kekii Crafts Much Ado About Sewing, Homebody DIY, THANKYOUSEAN, Feeney
Clay, Keep Salem Odd, Black Coffiend, White Witch Vintage, The Chaos
Siren & Saint Vintage, Lisa Page Pottery, Yankee Wood Merchant,
The Green Witch. FB
Plymouth Punk Rock Indoor Market is now TWO DAYS for the Holidays.
Dec 17 & 18 at Mayflower Brewing Company, Plymouth. 15 vendors on
Saturday, 15 different vendors on Sunday: vinyl records, housewares,
accessories, handmade jewelry, oddities, vintage goods & clothing. Weird stuff for weird people. all ages, no cover. Food trucks:
Wild Game Sausage Guy on Saturday, Wolf Pizza on Sunday FB
Holiday Mart and Music in Maynard is Dec 17th at Sanctuary
82 Main St Maynard- Doors at 5 Music at 6 with Andea Gillis
w/special guests Abbie Barrett and Amber Caseres, The Chelsea
Curve, Magen Tracy & The Missed Connections, Justine and The Unclean
- vendors: Blue Ribbon BBQ, Frankie's Sweet Shop, WexRex Collectibles,
Rick Paige's Atomic Candy Collectibles, Black Crow Productions, Stompbox
Sonic (hard-to-find effects pedals and other musical gear) and Haley
Wood Textiles- FB
Somerville Flea at The Armory is Dec. 18th it's where
you'll find two floors and over 30 vendors of vintage and artisan wonders.
Shop local and don't worry about supply chains and box stores. Find
that perfect gift that you never even knew existed!! FB
And... year end is coming up too ...
The Worcester Magazine does a yearly list of their
favorite new bands. This year in the rock area they have Michael
Kane & the Morning Afters, Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken
Toys, Motel Black, Linnea’s Garden and The Chelsea
They also have Tysk Tysk Task, a band just doing their
own thing. There’s no template for the chances they are taking.
It seems like all is up for grabs. You can hear their album You’re
Sorry More below.
Skybar is turning the tables on Steev Ricardo
of Blowing Smoke with Twisted Rico by interviewing him this
Tuesday, 12/6/22 on his Rising show on WMFO. Steev
had a long career in the record industry and was the man behind a lot
of groups you probably love.
To hear the show tune in to WMFO 91.5 FM on Tuesday at 8 or listen
to the archive version after Tuesday by going to the WMFO
archive page and hitting Tuesday at 8pm then hit the archive button.
It seems like it's been a while since there was a new Shang
Hi Los song. That’s rectified with “Takes One To
Know One” and its video. The song takes up a marching beat as
it seems to refer to the rat race and workplace relations. It has a
very together group sound with a wide sonic palate. It hits hard, and
that fits the lyrics which have a sharp bite.
The visuals have office workers in lock step and they don’t seem
like they’re having a good time. The filming, by Joan
Hathaway and Alex Bandow, (Joan has been doing some fine videos
recently) takes full advantage of the office backdrop.
The Shang Hi Los just seem to have it all together.
With all their talent and their ability to put quality into every phase
of music making they are poised for even more success.
Bang Camaro wants you to know they are BACK! Their
mission is to bring the '70s back with them…that’s always
been their mission. “Too Fast to Fall In Love” sounds like
what we would be listening to if punk never happened.
The video is a clever conceit too. It’s sketches in a school
notebook done by a heavy metal hands leads one through the song.
Rum Bar’s Street Walkin’ Cheetahs have
a new video for “Know Your Product” the Saints song off
the All The Covers album. It’s a live
performance video from a show at The Good Bar in Long Beach, CA which
looks like a cool place with all the skateboards hanging up on the walls.
“Know Your Product” is just a nice hunk of rock.
The Cramps are back in the music charts. And you know
why.... it's because the Netflix show Wednesday
has a scene where Wednesday Addams dances to “Goo Goo Muck.”
It’s very well done. Now all the viewers who never heard of The
Cramps have gone searching for it, hence it’s back in the charts.
Jenna Ortega, who plays Wednesday, talks about where
she got the dance moves “Thanks to Siouxsie Sioux, Bob Fosse’s
Rich Man’s Frug, Lisa Loring, Lene Lovich, Denis Lavant, and archival
footage of goths dancing in clubs in the 80’s. Helped me out on
this one." she wrote.
The Cramps scooped the song up from the Ronnie
Cook and the Gaylads 1962 version. There’s a story about
that now too and where the money for all this goes. That
story was in Billboard
How do you do a video for a 25 second thrash hardcore song with a super
speedy tempo? Here’s one way and we think it does the job well.
This is “Destroy” by Banda Destruida,
Angelle Wood had a new Boston Emissions show this
last week. The last show was in July. We never feared Angelle that wouldn’t
come back. She’s dedicated!! And she’s all revved up with
the Rock and Roll Rumble finally returning after two
She had an opening set that was attention getting loud with Kid
Disaster, One Fall and Gretchen Shae and the Middle
Eight. Then Oh The Humanity’s “Worth
Nothing” which sounded fine in the flow of music.
This week on Crash Course for the Ravers Brian Young
had Joe Mazzari and Dixie Deadwood of
61 Ghosts and Simon Ritt playing in
Simon Ritt mentioned he’s on the long waited
for tribute album for The Dawgs. He does a version
of “Hit the Fan.” We’re been waiting for that album
for a few years.
61 Ghosts had plenty of time to play both live and
play recorded material.
The rest of the show had the rock we like with: Lou Reed, Stiff Little
Fingers, REM, Dogmatics and T Rex.
To hear the show go to the WMFO
schedule page hit CCFTR at 1pm on Saturday and then hit the ‘archive’
was a load of local music on On the Town with Mikey Dee
on WMFO this week. That’s nothing new, there always is, but this
time it was parceled out by Smitt E. Smitty of The
Feztones and Little Billy Lost.
Smitty gave an advance play of two singles of his
bands. One is a cover of “Rebel Rebel” by the Feztones and
“Wash Your Sins Away” by Little Billy Lost.
The rest of the show was mostly new local releases. It’s a good
show to take in to get up to speed on that.
To hear the show go to the WMFO
schedule page hit On The Town with Mikey Dee at 1pm on Wednesday
and then hit the ‘archive’ button.
week on Blowing Smoke with Twisted Rico Steev Ricardo
interview members of The Dogmatics: Jerry Lehane, Peter O’Halloran,
Jimmy O’Halloran and James Young.
They talk about their early history and where it all started…the
parish and school…these guys go way back. It eventually leads
to Thayer St. They said there was only heat from Monday to Friday and
the weekends they would freeze. With a freight elevator they were able
to bring up their guitar equipment and motorcycles right into the loft.
Their first club show was at Cantone's on a Tuesday.
They have lots of colorful stories from the club scene in the first
half of the '80s. They end talking about The Dogumentary
the documentary about the group. It’s been completed and should
show up early next year.
Sonic Overload had its annual covers show. It’s
a fun show to take in. Al Quint’s collection
and knowledge are a deep well.
He has Paris 1942 doing a version of “She Cracked”
by The Modern Lovers, Le Shok does Delta 5’s
“Mind Your Own Business,” Rocket From the Crypt
does Adam and the Ant’s “Press Darlings,”
The Satanic Togas go back to“Lights Out” by the
Angry Samoans, Sonny and Cher’s “The Beat Goes On”
is done by The Screamers…and it goes on. There’s
a lot to hear on this. Al even gets to the sixties with The
Litter doing an extended “I’m a Man” the
Bo Diddly song.
The Rat Tales podcast have been busy lately. They
posted a new Jon Butcher interview this week. Jon was
playing the Rat in the early days beside the punk bands. He took his
blues-based rock and went on to a successful career. He has a good handle
on what was going on in those early days.
Then they have a lot of videos posted of local acts, both new and old.
It’s worth getting in there and checking out their shows on the
Brad Marino just released a live set from his show
at the Down South Showdown from January 2022. He played with Geoff
Palmer and Zack Sprauge. The songs include
some recent rockers we love: “C’mon, C’mon, C’mon”,
“Girl, I Want You” and “Local Show”.
Everything sounds nice and gritty. These guys never miss.
Dream of a Man in a Top Hat is a group that has two
members of Native Tongue. They were doing cutting edge
music then and still are. In "The Destination" thier latest
effort the guitar has a classic post punk slash to it, a la Gang of
There’s a nightmare quality to the lyrics, like someone desperately
trying to think their way out of confusion.
This would have got plenty of air play back in the alternative radio
days. We’d love to hear it on the radio now.
Highway Chapel’s last album came out in 2020.
It’s nice to have some new material. The Reverend Joe
Fagan has his thick (and cheap) guitar tone all over this.
He also likes a good riff so some songs are built on those.
Joe’s voice is very effective in the song “Visitor.”
What a tasty tone on the lead guitar line, it digs in and leaves a mark.
The song “Lost Something” has stuck in our heads. One because
of the heart thumping rhythm guitar and the simple lyric “we lost
something here” which gets repeated so insistently that it resonates.
The Rev has the beginnings of the sermon on “Walked Upon the
Earth”. A sermon backed with plenty of guitar.
The Toeheads' single “Told You Twice”
from Big Neck Records is a blast of hysterical garage
rock. It’s like DMZ but even more unhinged sounding.
"The Toeheads represent the genre in the vain
of their forefathers like Jay Reatard and Ty Segall, bestowing monstrous,
impermissible anthems. Their fuzzy rock resembles the effects of amphetamines
and hair of the dog, and just when you thought Detroit was on the threshold
of demolition, Toeheads successfully salvage any lost hope you had in
the Motor City and in rock'n'roll." The Detroit trio will have
an album, A Cruel Winner’s World, out soon!
Here's some good shows coming up .....
December 6, 2022 (Tuesday)The
Cro-Mags and specials guests at The Shaksheen Pub, Manchester,
8, 2022 (Thursday)Anngelle Wood’s 11th Annual
Spectacular Gift Drive for DCF Wonderfund at Faces Brewing
in Malden - featuring music by Parlour Bells, Gretchen Shae
and the Middle Eight, Little Fuss. They are collecting unwrapped
gifts for foster families in the Boston area - not just toys, gifts
for all ages, infants to 18 year olds. Think books, clothing, art supplies,
personal care items, sporting goods, electronics, games, gift cards
and more. Come spread holiday cheer! - Here is the FB
December 8, 2022 (Thursday)Sick
Minds, American Ethos, Hate Still Burns, DONE at O'Briens
December 8, 2022 (Thursday)Girl
with a Hawk, Lonely Leesa & the Lost Cowboys, & Linnea's
Garden at Sally O'Briens
December 9, 2022 (Friday) Scissorfight,
Gozu, Brain Famine, Jim Healey (of Black Thai), Kerry Quirk at
The Middle East Up
December 9, 2022 (Friday)Zip-Tie
Handcuffs, One Fall, Blame It On Whitman, at Faces Brewing
in Malden. FB
December 9, 2022 (Friday)Jonee
Earthquake Xmas Punk Party at The Shaksheen Pub Manchester,
9, 2022 (Friday)The McGunks X-Mas Party
with The McGunks, We Own Land, Grip Bite and Hosted
by Adam Femino at The News Cafe Pawtucket RI
December 10, 2022 (Saturday)Winter
Fest, Holiday Market at Boynton Yards by Once on Dec 10 - Games,
Free Food, Bands and a huge list of awesome vendors. FB
December 10, 2022 (Saturday)New
England Punk Rock Flea Market presents our inaugural live event,
happening here at the historic Hotel Vernon, located
in the vibrant and newly revitalized Kelly Square. Join us for a fun
day of vendors and bands, a toy drive, and holiday raffles! 11AM - 9PM
Music at 7PM -Music 7PM with Michael Kane (solo), Scare City,
Sapling, Memory LameFB
page for vendor info etc
December 10, 2022 (Saturday)5th
Annual Tunes for Tots with Lenny Lashley's Gang of
One, Loser's Circle, Dead Low, Jeff Bousquet at The Midway
Cafe - MATINEE at 3 PM | 10 Bucks | ALL AGES! - *PLEASE BRING A NEW
AND UNWRAPPED TOY TO DONATE TO TOYS FOR TOTS! FB
December 10, 2022 (Saturday)Magic
Room Rock and Roll Holiday Party! with Diablogato,
The Shang Hi Lo, Muck and The Mires, Little Billy Lost - this
is an early-ish show- music starts at 7:30PM -FB
December 10, 2022 (Saturday)Oneida,
Martin Bisi, Thalia Zedek at Lilypad Inman Sq Cambridge 7-10PM
December 10, 2022 (Saturday)The
Stampede, Mouth Washington, Miracle Blood at Aeronaut Cannery
in Everett FB
December 11, 2022 (Sunday)Brighton
Bazaar - over 70 vendors!! "Imagine the love child of
a flea market and a craft fair, if it was raised by an art gallery and
grew up in an Etsy shop" 11 AM – 5 PM at The Brighton Elks
Lodge...check out the FB
page for vendor lists and directions.
December 11, 2022 (Sunday)Boston
Women's Holiday Market at Night Shift Brewing
December 11, 2022 (Sunday)Renegade
Cartel, Warthog, Done, The Somethin Somethings, Watching it Burn for
a Matinee Show 3PM at the Midway
December 12, 2022 (Monday)Key
of Caustic, Little Fuss, Burp at Charlie's Kitchen
December 14, 2022 (Wednesday) Boston Music Awards - FB
page. December 15, 2022 (Thursday) Hambone Skinny, Sugar Blood Jinx, Thanks -
Notch Brighton @ The Charles River Speedway
December 15, 2022 (Thursday) New
Alliance Gallery Presents: Synth-mas! Keep checking the Facebook
page for band info etc.
15, 2022 (Thursday) Hambone Skinny, Sugar Blood Jinx,
Thanks at Notch Brighton
December 16, 2022 (Friday) The
Nervous Eaters with Barrence Whitfield and the Savages
at the Regent Theatre in Arlington. Facebook
December 16, 2022 (Friday) The
Lipstick Boys, Duck & Cover, The Downhauls at Koto Salem
December 16, 2022 (Friday) A
Very FUNdraising XMAS: featuring rock star heroes of
the 90’s: Buffalo Tom, Mary Lou Lord, The Bags, members
of Fuzzy, Merrie Amsterburg, Scruffy The Cat and more-
all playing holiday tunes and some of their infectious 90’s hits
at the Burren Davis Square, Somerville, MA. Rock the nostalgia, come
by, and donate to a great cause https://abortionfunds.org/
- it’s sure to be a seasonal treat! FB
December 17 & 18, 2022 (Saturday &
Sunday)Plymouth Punk Rock TWO DAY Indoor Market
at Mayflower Brewing Company, Plymouth. 15 vendors on Saturday,
15 different vendors on Sunday: vinyl records, housewares, accessories,
handmade jewelry, oddities, vintage goods & clothing.
Weird stuff for weird people. all ages, no cover. Food trucks: Wild
Game Sausage Guy on Saturday, Wolf Pizza on Sunday FB
December 17, 2022 (Saturday)Hardcore
Stadium Holiday Celebration with Infest, Siege, Citizens Arrest, Dropdead,
F.U.'s, Shark Attack, Intent To Injure, Tree, Firewalker, Peace Test,
The Lousy, Tossed Aside, Sinister Wand, Burning Lord - at the
Middle East - All Ages, $35 Advance / $30 Day of Show, 3:00 PM Doors
17, 2022 (Saturday)SCMF, Dogmatics, Jittery Jack
& Amy Griffin at Faces in Malden FB
December 17, 2022 (Saturday)Murdoch,
Lonely Leesa & The Lost Cowboys, Gene Dante & The Future Starlets
at The Middle East - Upstairs - (Doors: 6:00 pm )
December 17, 2022 (Saturday)The
Weisstronauts' 24th annual Holiday Jubilee with guests Faux
Menco, Cotton Candy, Hayley Thompson King, and Patrick
Bryant at State Park FB
December 17, 2022 (Saturday)Wicked
Night Riots Presents; Hidden Figures, Rebuild Rewind,
McNilly, The Flood at The Gardner Eagles (71 City Hall Ave,
Gardner, MA) Doors 5:30PM - Sound 6PM - FB
page. Tickets are $20 .... or $15 with a NEW donation of a winter
accessory, all donations of winter accessories will be given to the
CASA project of Worcester country, they will be given to children in
foster care. That's another reason to go!!
December 17, 2022 (Saturday) Holiday
in Maynard with Andrea Gillis, Chelsea Curve, Magen Tracy, Justine
& The Unclean at Sanctuary
December 18, 2022 (Sunday) Thrash’n
Bang's 47th (!?) Punk Pizza Party on December
18th at the Midway -its a matiniee- 3pm - 7pm and and ya, Free
Pizza and Only $5 cover. On the bill are State Of The
Union, The Grommets, Kermits Finger, The Jacklights, Charmed & Strange
and Jake The Poet (Jake Tringali) between sets! Facebook
December 18, 2022 (Sunday) KLYAM
Holiday Party!! with The Swettes, (punchy
punk we love and need – totally raw and compelling!) Adult Learners,
(very new band ft. Kathy Snax on vox/keyboard, Simon on drums, and bassist
Joe (of the legendary Tampoffs). Short & sweet garage pop nuggets!),
Nice Guys, (noisy rock n roll powers) and of course
Johnny & The Foodmasters!!! KLYAM will be DJing
too. at State Park in Kendall Square. It's all ages and FREE!!! Starts
December 18, 2022 (Sunday)The
Lemonheads are playing a second show the Paradise -
Facebook event page
December 19, 2022 (Monday)Already
Dead, Scumbari (members of Razors in the night), Ruffian
Dick, Goon Platoon at O'Brien's
December 19, 2022 (Monday)Rougorou,
Dwelley, Dark Time at Charlie's Kitchen
December 20, 2022 (Tuesday) Threat
Level Burgundy, Bad Idea at The Jungle - 6PM show!!
December 22, 2022 (Thursday) The
Scrooges and Gretchen & The Bansheess
are at Notch Brewery Brighton. Facebook
December 22, 2022 (Thursday) PUNK
X-MAS at Alchemy with Gnarnia, The Pourmen, Paraplegics, D.O.P.
more TBA - besides all the great local talent, they will have
"awesome drink specials for the poor punk budget in mind! its Alchemy's
gift to you!" and the cover is only $5!
December 23, 2022 (Friday) Ghosts
in the Snow, Miracle Blood, 123 Astronaut, Jake Wasson MD LIVE
@ The News Cafe, Pawtucket, RI
29, 2022 (Thursday) K.C.U.F., Baby Bowler, Twelveyes,
Long Autumn at O'Brien's
December 31, 2022 (Saturday) New
Year's Eve Party with Ray Liriano, The Manglers, Mistakes
Were Made & more at The Midway- FB
January 6, 2023 (Friday) Leeway,
Subzero, Neighborhood Shit, Ache, Sick Minds, Damn Your Eyes at
The Middle East Up - All Ages, Cover $20, 8:00 PM Doors - TIX
January 9, 2023 (Monday) Tower
Brothers, Battlemode, Ruby Grove at Charlie's Kitchen
January 12, 2023 (Thursday) Jivebomb,
B.R.A.T., Fraud, Peace Test, Burning Lord at The Middle east
January 15, 2023 (Sunday) Point
Blank, WORM, Working Poor, Gone Wrong, Circus Battalion at
The Midway for a Matinee (3PM-7PM) All Ages! FB
January 21, 2023 (Saturday) The
McGunks, Taken by Vultures, Bad Idea USA, Scotty Saints and the True
Believers at The Midway for a Matinee (3PM-7PM)
January 27, 2023 (Friday) U-Ey
at the Buoy, The Ungraded, Ruffian Dick at Faces Brewing Malden
28, 2023 (Saturday) Lupo Citta, Daughter of The
Vine, Andy California, Shiny Beasts at The Midway - 8PM,
February 4, 2023 (Saturday) The
Freqs, Landowner, Miracle Blood at The Middle East Up
February 24, 2023 (Friday) Goth
/ Post-Punk Tribute Night with Gretchen & the Banshees
perform as Siouxsie & the Banshees and Staring at the Sea
as The Cure at The Midway. FB
February 24, 2023 (Friday) Triple
B Records presents: Gorilla Biscuits, Restraining Order,
Wild Side, Vantage Point, Truth Cult, Wreckage - warning tix
are $40!! this is a 6 PM show.
March 11, 2023 (Saturday) Grayskull
Booking & Hardcore Stadium present Slapshot, Crown
of Thornz, Risk, Neighborhood Shit at The Middle East Down
October 11, 2023 (Wednesday) The
Mission UK & The Chameleons: Deja
Vu Tour 2022 Rescheduled to 2023!!! also on the bill Theatre
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We bring you into the Rat Room at the Hotel Commonwealth.
Jimmy Harlold invited a group of scene veterans. It was a Rat reuion
with lots of stories exchanged. Get to see the room and the people.........
It appeared before us like a chimera and it's
still growing...it's the Pipeline 25th Anniversary celebration.
We interview mastermind Bob Dubrow about his background and
search for what motivates him as well as Pipeline history and
The Boston punk community comes out for a good cause.
Neighborhoods, Upper Crust, Dents, Dogmatics, Roy Sludge Trio, Ed
Moose Savage, Downbeat 5 and Classic Ruins raise some money and
rock the house at......
Thank god for 110 Instamatics or we wouldn't have a lot of our early Boston punk photos. Kathy Flynn used hers to get some pics of the Rat and The Club and she sent them to us to share with you..........
One of the interesting things in the early days of Boston punk was seeing the attention grow around us. One watershed moment was when we heard that a Time Magazine reporter was going to visit the Rat. We didn't like the resulting article. But you can decide. Take a look at the ....
Punk started 25 years ago. Did any of us think we would ever make it this far? Probably not, that was punk; nihilistic, "no future!". Here is a place to remember, and give a moment of thought to, those who didn't make it
The minute she hit the scene she was every male punk's heart throb. She was beautiful. She had a winning personality. She had a ...well...a...glow. That could be my heart talking because I, Blowfish, confess: I too am Judy's love slave. We didn't just love Judy, we worshiped her. So, now all of us members of Judyism have somewhere to meet and offer our prayers of unrequited love.