Archive for the ‘Rock and roll’ Category

Two New Music Videos, Basket Girl, and From Me To You

February 19, 2019

Dear Readers,

Please see my youtube channel page for two new videos.
Basket Girl, is an original with Red Riding Hood overtones.
From Me To You, is the Beatle classic.

For both, I recorded the guitar separately, then sang live, to get a better mix. You will not be surprised to find there is no auto tuned vocals!

Tom Hendricks,
ed. of Musea


Name that Classic Song

August 27, 2018

Dear Readers,

This is a live recording of a 60s classic that I liked to play in my Box Office Concerts, but I never got around recording it in my 150 song OUTSIDE THE BOX set of 9CDs – now streaming everywhere.

Can you name it, and the group that made if famous?

See what you think, vote thumbs up, and share if you like.

My youtube channel is TomHendricksMusea


Backstage at the Fashion Show (original instrumental).

August 27, 2018

Dear Readers,


Backstage at the. Fashion Show (guitar instrumental) PDG – YouTube

Here is my video of song #1974 written 8/10/18.

This is a rough demo, so to enhance the sound – with finger picking – I recorded one version, and played live a 2nd time on video.

What do you think? Youtube page: TomHendricksMusea


Before Going On Stage, The Warm Up Song

August 19, 2018

Dear Readers,

Lots and lots of music. Can’t wait for a recording studio – here is one very fresh and hot off the guitar strings!


Hunkasaurus and His Pet Dog Guitar.

(lots of fun to play too!)

Cheap cassette recordings brings you one of my 1950 songs! This one #1971 written 8/4-18/18, by Hunkasaurus and His Pet Dog Guitar.

This is NOT a studio recording. See my 9 cd “Outside the Box” set for those 150 songs (CDBaby on YouTube.)

For all else about music, music revolution, Musea since 1992, etc. see . When you are there give it thumbs up too!


5 Revolutions and Counting

June 6, 2015

Something in one of the oldie rock and roll songs I was listening to, got me to thinking about how all the arts have changed in my life. Then it dawned on me that I have been a small part of many of them. I was not a pioneer in most of them, but I caught on in the early stages. If you are an independent artist, I bet you were a part of many of these too.

Here’s my list:

1. Music revolution. Rock and roll really did change music. I got in on it when I started playing in bands and composing and recording music in the 60’s. So many of us teens did. The music then was so exiting. We thought it would never stop.
2. Literary revolution. Desktop publishing led to an explosion of zines in the late 80’s and 90’s. I saw a few local zines in a small shop near Fair Park, and began my own. Musea started publishing in 1992.
3. Internet revolution. The internet continues to change everything. As soon as I could I started my own zine website, music website, and blog. I also jumped on Myspace, and later moved to Facebook. We are still in the early days of all of that communications revolution. It seems to be stitching the world closer together in every way.
4. Film revolution. Part of the web was Youtube, the site for short films. That was a radical change of how we watched and made film. I began a youtube channel with short music videos, art revolution talk videos, poetry videos, art videos, and more.
5. Art and Painting revolution. Stuckism, lowbrow art, and my suggested Postism art movement all gained strength and challenged the trendy gallery stuff.

These have been exciting times. When you are in the middle of them, you sometimes miss their importance. I’m glad I was part of all of these.

Tom Hendricks
(editor of the 23 year old zine Musea)

ZINE, Named one of the best ZINES by UTNE magazine. Featured on ROCKETBOOM)
MUSIC, 9 full CD’s of free Postism Music)
BLOG for Musea, Art Contests, Weekly E-mail Messages)
YOUTUBE CHANNEL, features all my 73 videos)
“The BIG LIST – 100 Plus Favorite Music
“BIG MUSIC LIST (200 Song – First Worldwide Best Music List) ¬†

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