Old BFF News
I added an article that Paul Mawdsley noted on the Magical Armchair from Cambridge's student newspaper.
An obvious update, the site modification. Just a little tinkering. But something else, Ben's brother, Chuck, has a band named Snuzz (if you didn't already know) and they have two shows coming up. Check the tour page for details. Cool though, eh?
Lot's of reviews! I just spent about 3 hours online searching for BFF reviews and I found about 40 or so. They are all on the articles and interviews page so go check 'em out!
On a website note, I changed the tour page to look like the rest. That's about it for now.
I added the Smug article to thwe Anything Else page. I think we can expect a slight design change as I begin to create a page devoted to articles and whatnot. ADDITION: As of 5:39 P.M., I have made this update. More to come.
Something I forgot to mention, Ben will be playing participating in "Music Bridges Around the World," a songwriter's convention in March 2000. He will also be perfomring in a concert for this. Check out Frank Maynard's site for more details. After looking at Frank Maynard's site I have realized it will be a while until anything big and Ben comes up.So I will be striving to find anything REMOTELY bff that comes up. Keep your eyes peeled.
BFF2K! It's the new year and I don't have a whole lot to report. According to the Official site, the boys are back home and relaxing a little bit. ALSO, there is a new thing available for sale: A Japanese tour book! It seems cool. When I get one I will scan some pics from it in...Finally, I have been added to the new BFF webring. Exciting, eh?
Recently I have learned that Evan Olson, one of the ex-members of Majosha (ben's first band), has released his first major label solo release. It is currently available at CDNow and probably anywhere you can buy records. Also, in the Articles and Intervies section you will be able to find a review of his album.
I have added pictures! There are pics from the Chicago show last month...check 'em out!
This page has been redesigned, as you can see, to be rid of frames. They didn't work very well for this and I didn't like the way the page looked...so here it is. The rest of the site will be updated as time permits.
Frank Maynard shut down the Magical Armchair for a week or so as a result of some incredibly poor posts. I think it is a good idea and a necessary break, although I will miss it.