The Two Guys Named Lou: “True Music Entertainment Stories” (Part I)?

I’m going to tell a story. It has no immediate message, meaning, or perspective, but it’s a dive into my mind and experiences as both an oncoming and established-(ish?) Musician. So without further ado; “The Two Guys Named Lou” (and a quick side-note, I will give a free full-version CD copy of my song, “The Medicine Cabinet” to anyone who can identify either of these persons named, ‘Lou’; I will not however be jumping out of cakes, doing sexy-dances)…

One “Lou” was not cool. He was plain and simple, f*cking weird. Sure, he knew people, but, he prized the boys far too much in my view, and as a matter of fact, I’d decried that it was unhealthily so very early on. And that “Lou” would say stupid sh*t. About replacing boys with girls, as they’d be easier to manage, and with better legs or what have you. F*ck you “Lou”, you ruined a ton of lives. And your friends with the bank-connects, f*ck them too. It’s a good thing that ‘what goes around, comes around’, especially regarding you. What Corpus Christi Jake said about you in Texas, rang true until the bitter end. The sweet rebellion. The nasty revelations.

The other “Lou” was cool. Goofy (but cool). Now, I didn’t care for his escapades when he was allowing himself to pal around with the big-headed, red, New York PR-midget but whatever, he’s still the “other Lou”. This “Lou” did (and hopefully still does) some cool sh*t. He listened to my stuff from tyme to tyme, and always seemed to genuinely enjoy it, which wasn’t always the case with many in the record-label paradigms etc. He never even once complained about how crazy or inventive my ideas were and for that, I can only say, “Thanks mate.” — There’s nothing in it for a man that put together some of the largest campaigns for some of the biggest touring names known to audiences abroad. And I never bothered “this Lou”. Granted, he could never convince me to join his social-adventure but all of you here who read my silliness or have followed my happenings pretty much know that I’m just far too compelled to be in the studio vs. all this media-hyperbole sh*t. Hope all is well and going strong “Lou”.

The Two Guys Named, “Lou”…



  1. I’m a little bit confused as to what message you are trying to relay. Although I was able to get some insights with the hardships that musicians need to go through in pursuing their dreams.

  2. I’m new to your blog, so I don’t have any idea who the two Lous are. However, I’m glad that at least one Lou has supported your outputs, despite the other Lou being unbearable.

  3. The only thing I got from your story is full of explicit words. But what’s the difference with the two Lou? Why Lou by the way, intriguing.

  4. This will be a thrilling story about the two Lou’s,one which is cool and other not so cool.We might know better as we progress.

  5. I literally have no idea who those Lous could be. The bitter end for the first Lou? Pondering hard here. As for the second Lou, well, good on him.

  6. Sounds like totally different Lous. I’d like to hear more about cooler Lou’s midget friend. Thanks for the story!

  7. Wow, what a story! I cannot for the life of me figure out who these two people are though. Guess I just don’t really know your life well enough.

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