Naked and Famous

DMZ · August 21, 2004 at 10:54 pm · Filed Under Mariners 

How’s this for cool: while I was working on site migration tonight, I was listening to the Presidents of the United States of America. Now, having called it quits for the night, I find we’re on their links page.

I’m grinning like a moron.


6 Responses to “Naked and Famous”

  1. John on August 22nd, 2004 1:41 am

    I wonder which one(s) is(are) the baseball fan(s). When the M’s went nuts in 2001, my neighbor used to have Duff McKagan over for baseball watching. I never met him. Not sure what I would’ve said. “Hi Duff”?

  2. John on August 22nd, 2004 1:44 am

    It’s obvious if one looks.

  3. Josh on August 22nd, 2004 2:39 am

    The Presidents of the USA are awesome. Their first two cds are up there in my all time favorites, I haven’t heard the newest ones though. Check them out if you havent.

  4. Trent on August 22nd, 2004 2:42 am

    I just finished shooting video for their End Session for 107.7 and I can happily report that the Presidents are just as good as ever. They played 3 acoustic and 4 plugged in and the crowd loved it.

  5. Jason on August 22nd, 2004 1:59 pm

    Hi all, I’m the PUSA drummer, on tour at the moment. I linked to you guys because of the immense enjoyment I get from reading USSM, and I’m grinning that your’e grinning. Went to Dodger Stadium for the first time yesterday, where my hero and fellow tribe member Green hit two monster shots the first of which was a 1st inning Grand Salami that I thought was going to actually leave the park. Great afternoon! Weaver looks pretty good too, aside from loading the bases with 3 hbps in the first. Anyways, rock on and the site looks great, stop messing with it.

  6. Jon on August 22nd, 2004 3:07 pm

    in other Presidents/Mariners news, Presidents lead singer Chris Ballew has a great new song, “Mariners 2001” on a new CD filled with songs about the M’s and their history. Other songs include “The Early Days”, “Slow it down Jamie”, “Harold, Alvin and the Main Attraction”, “The Day the Dome Went Down” and “1995”.