Taking a stand

When life gives you no money, sell lemonade!  Sped by this cute little kid who had this setup. Jumping and waving, yelling and dancing to every car that went by. It reminded me of me and my brother Jim selling Fireball candies in the summer from our picnic table. We had dreams of cars stopping and making a fortune. When we'd play basketball, we'd imagine an NBA scout would come by and see our mad skills haha... so I drove by... barely a nickel to my name, but a pocketful of dreams (how I live most of my life).  I got about five blocks away and my head voice said, "what would mike fusco do?" He'd make a sloppy K-turn, speed back, and make the kids day. He setup that stand and sat out in the h

Rising in the East

Hola!  The busy week of partying has concluded and I have to say how happy/relieved I am because everything went well and I think Cali had an amazing 30th Birthday.  Enjoyed a whole summer vacation in a day- Santa Monica Pier, taco bar and margaritas, singing, cakes, sunsets (as pictured here- no filter!), and s'mores by the water on the beach at night. Now have to bear down at work for a week and a half before the big east coast trip!  Party time may be setting in the west, but the sum-sum-summer time fun is only rising with the sun in the east!

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Live at the Covina Farmer's Market in Covina, CA, I gave a two+ hour chilling performance for shoppers, crafters, and cookers alike.  Of course, the chilling was more due to Mother Nature (around 50 degrees the whole outdoor, night time set!), but I'd be willing to wager some goosebumps were provided by my awesomeness.  And I had to be awesome... I promised I'd rock like it's the end of the world. 


My first real concert, played at the world famous Whisky A Go Go in the heart of Hollywood.  I rocked an acoustic 45 minute set, playing songs old and new, with percussion help from those in the crowd who cheered on


The final nail is hammered into place by my father, completing a 2+ year effort to finish my home recording studio.  Located in the woods of beautiful Wallingford, CT (my home town!), it rests dormant until I get back to record.  I have just left my home of 26 years to pursue an unplanned adventure across th country, making good on a self-promise to someday move to California.  Shed Zeppelin (Also named Studio Fifty-Fusc, flatFLAT, Wallywood, Feel-Like-Makin-Loft Studios, and Bowl of Studi'Os) was completed the very day I left...Breaking my streak of never finishing anything.  It still remains my absolute favorite place on the planet.  

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