Thursday, June 25, 2009

Anarchy Tour Diary #4: on Haight-Ashbury, meeting Wale

Posted By on Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 10:09 AM

Today's first installment of Christos and crew's Anarchy Tour Diary actually arrived yesterday evening, while I was at the Record Bar waiting for Phoenix to come on. Add 24 hours to the day references in JC's dispatch below.

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Christos: What up KC?!!!

James Christos here checking in from N. Cali. Yesterday me and the crew hit up San Francisco. You know I had to take my dudes to Haight and Ashbury. They loved it. well at least until they were denied entry to the "Vapor Room." But you can believe that PL is working on acquiring the proper documention to get in next time we're in San Fran.

We also hit up China Town. Needless to say my Curry Chicken and Rice was ... FIRE!!!!!!!
click to enlarge Rockwell in China Town
  • Rockwell in China Town

We ran in to a DC artist named Wale. He was cool, and we hollered for a minute. Check the video below for Rockwell's impromptu interview. We'll be posting more videos soon as we get the technical glitches cleared up. The first show of the tour is tonight and there is a cool buzz about it so it should be dope. I'm ready. Everyone knows that's what I do. So I plan on KILLING IT!!!

Peace.

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