1) Folks, let me start by thanking everyone who came out and made our album release such a success. "Good golly miss molly", there was a bunch of y'all out there. We were glad to see you and glad to see so many people pick up the new album, Mannish Boys. If it makes you dance, I hope it makes you dance real good. If it challenges you, I hope it challenges you real good. If you still need to pick up Mannish Boys, you're in the right place: Purchase Mannish Boys Wanna check out photos of the show? Right 'chere: Album Release Photos Awesome photography by www.ShutterFrequency.com
2) As you can see above, The Mad Dog No Good just released our debut video for the first single, "Got Soul". Much like the album, making the video truly became a labor of love. Also much like the album, it wouldn't have happened at all without donors to the GoFundMe campaign. Thank you, donors! So I need you to do something for Ol' Catfish. I need each person who reads this to view the video at least 150 times. Hahahaha. Just kiddin. 'Less you gonna do it... Sharing is caring!
3) We've got new photos to promote the release of "Got Soul"! Actually they're old photos, but the "Got Soul" release took a bit longer than expected. "C'est la vie, say the old folks..." Anyway, in addition to highlighting the video, I want to use them to give my musical brother , Ian Trusheim, the proper sendoff.
I've been fortunate to play with Ian in various bands since 2005. Since The Mad Dog No Good got going in 2011, his passion, creativity, dedication and friendship has been crucial to us turning heads and moving hearts and feet. By the time these pictures were taken, Ian had already moved on. But as you can see and as the Spice Girls tell us, "Friendship never ends." I'm pumped to follow his musical journey and you should be too (hint: www.iantrusheim.com). Dude is a true artist. And not everything is about music. He and his wife are expecting someone that should be checking into Planet Earth pretty soon. Can't wait to meet her.