Be careful, you can get lost in here. I sincerely apologize for that, but you must understand that this website is a giant archive of a giant dream. In this website you can view the Latest Videos, the Latest Recordings, and my Tour Dates; but for the true fan you can dive into the depths of the dream.
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Hey New Mexico and Colorado Fans!!
Come see us this summer at these fine locations:
July 4th, 2018: Riff Raff Brewing 7-10PM (Anthony Leon & The Chain with Special Guest Hot Honey)
July 5th, 2018: County Line BBQ 7-10PM
July 6th, 2018: Kip’s Grill and Cantina 7-10PM
July 7th, 2018: Santa Fe Railyard 7-10PM (Anthony Leon & The Chain with Special Guest Escape on a Horse)
July 8th, 2018: The Mineshaft Tavern 1:00-4:00PM
The remixed and remastered Vinyl of ‘Hell to Pay’ is available now through Frogville Records! There are a limited run, so get your copy now!
Hello and Thank You for visiting my little space here on the internet. Honestly I’m not quite for sure how either one of us actually found our way here, but alas, here we are. Though I know not where I go or whence I came, I could at least tell you of my journey. And yes that is exactly what this blog, and this website, are all about; an archive of this crazy musical journey that I have been on throughout my life.
In 1977 NASA Launched Voyager 1 and Voyager 2. These two spacecraft were designed to travel far into space and transmit data back to earth. NASA attached a gold-plated copper disc onto each one in an effort to communicate with any alien life that may possibly stumble upon it. The Golden Record, as it is called, is a collection of images of earth and life, greetings in many world languages, and music from around the world. The exact contents of the disc were decided upon by a large committee that was headed by Carl Sagan. Sagan said “The spacecraft will be encountered and the record played only if there are advanced spacefaring civilizations in interstellar space.” Some contents of the disc were rather controversial at the time like nudity and picures of breastfeeding, and interestingly, Johnny B. Good by Chuck Berry. Another interesting thing is that the original discs were almost rejected because the manufacturer scratched into the disc “To the makers of music – all worlds, all times“, but because it didn’t effect playback they were sent with the inscription.