Posts Tagged ‘Bert Blotto’

Song of the Week: Blotto’s “Goodbye, Mr. Bond”

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

A vintage Blotto song with a snappy new video…

Blotto takes the stage to kick off the 2011 LarkFest with a performance at the corner of Lark Street and Washington Avenue at 10:20am – yeah, that’s right, 10:20am – on Saturday. Go here for a full schedule of LarkFest performances. Admission is, of course, free.

Video by Bert Blotto

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Blast From the Past: The Albany Lark

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

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Bert Blotto of Long Island, where he’s the webmaster for Blotto.net, was thrilled recently to snag a copy of the premiere issue of the Albany Lark on eBay.

The Albany Lark – a short-lived humor, music, pop culture ‘zine of the early 1980s – was the handiwork of the great and seriously demented Michael Corcoran, who also wrote about music for some of the more respectable publications during his tenure here in Nippertown during the glory punk and new wave days.

Corcoran is still writing – currently for the Austin American-Statesman – and he’s still as sharp as ever. You can frequently find his writings at austin360.com.

Anybody remember how many issues of the Albany Lark got published?

Oh, and Bert … nice Residents t-shirt, dude.

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