Category Archives: website

Housekeeping

You’ll notice a few refinements to the page – subtle stuff, like a couple tweaks to the ‘about’ blurb on the front page, as well as the addition of Confidence’s lyrics to the Lyrics page. As I am a one-man show here, I definitely appreciate your input so feel free to shoot me a message at jack [at] jackalbersonmusic [dot] com.

Jack

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XXV. Making Friends, Globally

Hi!

One of the cool things about the WordPress dashboard is the ability to see where your visitors hail from (not specifically – that would be creepy!)

Just yesterday and today, I’ve had visitors from Italy and Brazil. Two countries I’ve never had the pleasure of visiting, unfortunately, but it’s nice to know you’re out there and that maybe we have a little something in common!

So hello, new friends.

I haven’t figured out where exactly to put this on here, but you can always e-mail me at jack@jackalbersonmusic.com (unless you are a jerk and/or a scammer) … I would prefer not to ever receive spam, but how otherwise would we communicate?

I am suffering Facebook Fatigue, to be honest, and e-mail is much more personal nowadays. Imagine that.

xo
Jack

XIX. Everything Dead Is Probably Still Dead Again

In case you hadn’t heard, The Pneumatic Girls are no more. No more hiding behind a band name or guise, no more group identities. It’s time I just embraced making music as ME, Jack Alberson.

And so demoing has begun, and five songs have been started on at Five & Dime with the honorable Harry K presiding … having done such a fine job with the PGs, why WOULDN’T I go with him for this?

J.D. Reager, mighty drummer extraordinaire, and as usual Eric Wilson (or The Wolf, as I like to call him), and a blatant disregard for grammar and sentence structure in this blog post. Key ingredients.

Funding is a bit hard to come by but I’ll figure it out. I welcome your suggestions, gentle readers. Also, this site has been ported over from the now-deleted thepneumaticgirls.com so I apologize if its individual identity is slow in coming. Baby steps, babies.

JA