Saturday, January 26, 2008

Well, the Packers were upset by Los Gigantes and won't be in Glendale next weekend for Super Bowl XLII. That's okay. I'll still be partying like a rockstar with the Playboy Bunnies.

To get in the mood for the week of parties, here's my Freaky Mix. Can U dig it, P. Diddy?

Saturday, January 19, 2008

Even if my beloved Packers make it to the big game in Glendale, Arizona, I don't plan to be at the stadium. However, I will be a VIP at the Playboy Super Party the night before hangin' with Hef and all the lovely ladies.

To get you in the mood for Super Bowl XLII, here's a mix of hip-hop music to start things off right.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Valentine's Day is less than a month away, so it's not too early for some love songs to prepare for the special event. This mix list is courtesy of one of my employees, Lisa.

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Brother T and Shark, you were correct that the answer to my musical trivia question was Jim Croce. His widow Ingrid's restaurant, Croce's Restaurant & Jazz Bar, is an intimate establishment in the renovated Gaslamp district of downtown San Diego on the corner of Fifth and F Streets. I didn't make it for dinner and music, but stopped in for breakfast on the last Saturday of the year.

Farrell was my server and she was simply fantastic. Since the bartender was late for work, she made me a Grey Goose bloody mary, her first ever, and it was good. I remarked to Farrell that "the bartender was fired and you could make all the drinks." She told me she was going to give the bartender a hard time all day about it. The omelette I had to go with my bloody mary was tasty and the bill was a skosh under $20. Considering this was California, that's not too bad.

Pictures of Jim and his memorabilia were all over the place. The restaurant played his songs, but forgot to turn on the tape until after the joint had been open for about a half hour, so I only caught a couple of tunes. One was "Lover's Cross."

On my next trip back to SoCal, I'll be sure to catch dinner and the complimentary jazz and R&B show.

In case you were wondering, I watched football that Sunday at Whiskey Girl, next to Hooter's, in downtown Diego. Sitting at the bar, I was able to watch seven games at once for the early starts. The late game set featured the Chargers. After the Chargers' win, the bar played the team's theme song, "San Diego Super Chargers." If I NEVER here that song again, it will be too soon. It's god-awful!

Give me The Wizenhiemer's and "Go Pack Go" anytime. Time to fry up some Seahawks on Saturday!