As official as it gets.
Welcome to the web site for Silkworm (1987-2005).
R. I. P.
MICHAEL JERMAN DAHLQUIST
22 DEC 1965 - 14 JULY 2005
Once again, practically a month long break. I can't imagine anyone is still out there paying any attention. Shit! Sorry! It's fucking absurd, one thing goes wrong, then another thing goes wrong. Bullshit. This fucking high-tech world is not worth it. If you all would've just given me your phone numbers or street addresses, I could've called you all up by now, swore alot, and told you what's going on with the band - instead I've been buying books and staying up late, trying to figure out what's wrong with my stupid computer. It's not worth it! Fuck it all! I'm moving to Mexico! They don't got computers in Mexico!
But we did play a show in Chicago, a fun party, and it ended up in a Cubs game and it was nice to see everyone etc., I won a game of pool, we got the artwork back for the record and it looks good, it looks great. I'm excited. It's called Lifestyle and it should be out in August, sometime in August.
I know it's been forever, but I'm gonna leave it at that. Please tell me if you see anything blatantly wrong with the site, I haven't looked around too much yet. Thanks for listening to me.
The show was a hoot! I'll have more to say about it later on. I'm in a hurry, I gotta go watch the Oscars®, but I wanted to say that Andy had me put his guitar on eBay, so if you wanna buy it, buy it there!
That's all, more later.
I know we're playing a show tonight and all, and we're all doing our exercises and getting psyched up and doing all that stuff we do the day of a show, but Andy got all excited and decided to sell a guitar! It's his old Les Paul. It's a very rockin' guitar, Andy likes it but he got an older one that he wants to keep and he can't justify having so damned many guitars.
If you're interested, click here.
Andy got into town last weekend. He's here for the big show, of course; we've been practicing nightly. Do you hear me? Practicing! We never practice, ever!
We're preparing for this weekend, for Saturday night, which promises to be a special night for all who attend. And let me tell you: if you're from out of town and are coming into town for this show, now I don't know if it's going to be crowded or not, but you might want to send me an email and let me know so I can reserve a ticket or tickets for you. Last time we played some kids crawled all the way from Spokane for the show and they had to sit in the rain and cry while we played. I don't want it to happen again!
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