Saturday, October 24, 2009



Stopping by my house for coffee may leave you laying on the damp lawn late afternoon =D

Thank you Lisbeth, for being a good sport.

What is on your agenda this fall?


Sunday, October 18, 2009


This week was so busy I never got around to posting more concert shots. Keep checking back; pics are in the tube.

In the meantime I have fallen in love with this shot. Luuuuv my veggie drinks and was super excited to see these readily available at various London markets.

Which is your favorite beverage(s?)


Sunday, October 11, 2009


Since the pre-teen years my favorite Danish band has been D-A-D.

Previously recording under the name D i s n e y l a n d A f t e r D a r k they had a very unique sound - rock, punk, and country was thrown in one giant mixing bowl with sarcasm, politics, and humor, and out came the most amazing sound, dubbed "CowPunk".

Anyone that ever had the (questionable?) pleasure of driving around the country side with me have undoubtedly been exposed to
- a) my dorky sense of humor that prompts me to yell "BØF" ("steak" in Danish) at the first sight of a cow, and
- b) me singing "Counting The Cattle".

The latter Ladies and Gentlemen...

full credit to this fandangtastic band =D

A couple of weeks ago they performed at Copenhagen Olympic Festival.

There are a few settings where being short and blond with a humongus smile is beneficial thus I somehow made my way to the fourth, third, second, and ultimately front row while snapping away, protecting my gear AND face against the bouncing crowds, while singing along at the top of my lungs.

It. Was. A. Blast!

I hope you enjoy this series of Copper, truly a world class guitarist.


Please stay tuned for follow-up Blogs on the rest of the band over the next couple of days.

I'll leave you with a few videos:

You Won't Change

Bad Craziness (LIVE)

Counting The Cattle (oooooold live version)

NOW tell me: What kind of dorky little rituals do YOU honor?


Sunday, October 4, 2009


Copenhagen is hosting the 2009 Olympic Congress. The city was celebrating by hosting sports events and concerts downtown. Friday was the BIG day, with delegations pitching their bids, and the IOC voting whom gets to host the 2016 Games.

Congratulations Rio de Janeiro!

I have a few Blogs of live performances coming. Managed to bag quite a few good ones, which wasn't easy, considering everyone around me were bouncing, dancing, cheering, singing. Oh yes, Copenhageners love their music.

Remember Barbie Girl? Around the World? and Turn Back Time (from the movie Sliding Doors)?

This is


What did you do this weekend?