Welcome to my node in the graph known as the World Wide Web. May you live forever or die trying!
The best place to start is with a convenient listing of my games.
Our current game has an on-line utility.
- One of my all-time favorites: Queensryche's Mindcrime is a stellar album.
- Think metal needs more, not less, opera? Nightwish is the answer.
- For a great live concert, check out Dream Theater.
In that vein, here are the best live shows I've experienced:
- Butcher Babies and Nekrogoblikon, in goblin garb
- Within Temptation and Amaranthe, at the rail
- Dream Theater at the Hippodrome
- Dream Theater at the Orpheum
- Epica, Eluveitie, and The Agonist, with stage-side seating
- Nightwish and Kamelot, road trip to Philly
- Queensrÿche: Promised Land, with Type O Negative
- Delain, at the rail, with hearts from Charlotte for We Are Sophie/Groot
- Operation: Mindcrime, because Mindcrime
- Sonata Arctica, free show when Nightwish bailed
- Beyond a doubt, the best post-apocalyptic-punk-folk-rock singer, now or ever, is Stuart Davis. Full disclosure: Whereas this is an unbiased opinion, we do have a financial interest in this performer.
- We discovered Matt Nathanson at a Stuart Davis show in CA.
- And ironically, we met Stu at a David Wilcox show at the MN zoo.
- On an unrelated note, if you're out east, check out a Brad Yoder show.
- Other folk performers: Ellis and Peter Mayer.
- Venues in (or near) MD: Cheryl/David Kagan's House, Moore House, Panzer House Concerts, and Live Music Venues