Monthly Archives: January 2010
My good friends Pete Stravlo and Peggy McGivern hosted a party at their art gallery in Denver sometime around the mid-1990’s. There were many talented artists in the crowd: painters, writers, sculpters, musicians, poets, etc. They decided to have a … Continue reading
I wrote a song called Charlie Sheen and made a rough demo of it. Over Christmas 2009, “3 Murphy’s and a Becker” helped me record it at Soulard Studios in St. Louis. More on that later. I hope this song … Continue reading
I’m very happy about the New Orleans Saints going to the Super Bowl. New Orleans has always been one of the great American cities. It’s still not fallen prey to the typical American homogenization. So I have to root for … Continue reading
“Before I Go” — Randy’s newest song, here in video form.
This is a poem I wrote in college about my Father, Nathan Albert Ricks. I named my son Walker Nathan Ricks after my Dad, who named his first son (my brother) James Albert Ricks, after his father, Albert Ricks. My … Continue reading