Snicker and get a kick out of watching PsychoStick. Their fingers move pretty quick. Humor's slick.
Jump in like full throttlers. Notice the paper mache moose antlers. Get a moose call and rattlers.
Which was the song off of Sandwich? The acoustic set made me twitch. Some philharmonic pitch.
“We Ran Out of CD Space.” The acoustic surprise was ace. Alex filled Starbucks in his face.
I can attest the day at Dirt Fest felt like the Wild West. See tumbleweed of the Southwest? Impressed.
Some were nearly bent, trying to fit under the tent. The sun would not relent. Smell people ferment.
Slide across each other with sweaty slime. You can really taste the grime. Plus, a second set time.
They play with American Head Charge. Kick it into supercharge. Across the large field you barge.
You fled. It's worth a dirt tread. Follow the bright lights ahead. Stand up front and bang your head.
The singer has witty snides like a Smartie. Crowd is like a college party. The will to dance is hearty.
Is their new video about whiners on Facebook? Or is it all just gobbledygook? Give Sadface a look :-(
Kelly is seen at 1:05. It's three seconds of her being alive. Happy dance around and hand jive.
One thing though did not make me happy. I don't care if it's sappy. I still think it's kind of crappy.
I heard the beat of “Let the Bodies Hit the Floor.” I heard it many times before. I was on that tour.
I was a the hotel. A guy pushed passed us and gave a yell. Dave was dead, as time would tell.
Being there was grim. I thought they were honoring him. Instead, they make fun on a whim.
My heart went aflame. Maybe I'm a sensitive dame, having the same last name. It was a shame.
“Only Count to Four” is an interesting twist. I just wanted to bash my fist. It made me a lil pissed.
I heard it out, Honey. Part of me thought it was funny. The other part thought of it as blood money.
So, let just say, “Go Red Wings!” Best sport in other things. Talking about that time with strings.
Clotty chunks like oyster. Tempted to hide in a cloister. Instead, go haunted housing and roister.
Stomp around and act like a hick. Make a Halloween flick. While you're at it, check out PsychoStick.
Watch out for a flash flood. Be mindful of human blood. Try your best to be a manly stud.
A period does not mean stop. Focus up at the top. If needed, clean the place up with a mop.
Laugh until you get cramps. Crank PsychoStick up a few amps. Play a song for your Gramps.
What's the city they moved to with snow? It's Midwest, I know. Sideproject irony, Evacuate Chicago?
Why stay if you already want to move away? What's that say? Scratch our head about it, eh?
Just keep moving on the bus. Wake each time there's a fuss. Wipe your eye of crust and puss.
For more on PsychoStick, check out www.psychostick.com, visit their social media sites, and watch the other interview at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKdz4DAznn4&feature=youtu.be. The author of more than 100 books, Marisa Williams earned her Master's in Writing from the Johns Hopkins University and toured on Ozzfest. For more on Marisa, visit www.lulu.com/spotlight/thorisaz.