Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Captain Clegg Flyer Art Gallery No. 3

A Very Special Episode

On Wednesday morning, between 7 a.m. and 8 a.m. I'll be on KBTV FOX 4's morning show "Good Day" to talk about what's new in Halloween books, CDs and DVDs. And I'll be in costume - as Steven Seagal.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

No Costume No Candy

Halloween Night Costume Party Round Up!

With The Scraps, The Shammies and Cousin Phelpy at The Art Studio.
With The Sabine River Band, Darren McGill and The Texas SpeedBumps at Crockett Street.
With Hello Chief and James Johnson at The Barking Dog.
With Longneck Road and Southern Embers at The LogOn Cafe.

Trick Or Treat!

Jesse Dayton On Captain Clegg

Jesse Dayton:

"To Avoid Any Capt. Clegg & The Night Creatures Scandals…Here’s The Real Skinny On How It All Came About W/ Myself And Rob Zombie And What I Think It Will Be Like In The Movie: First Of All, Regardless Of What Any Naysayers Tell You, This Movie Is Not A “Remake”…It’s The Continuum Story Of Micheal Myers Seen Thru The Eyes Of Director/Writer Rob Zombie….In My Humble Opinion, And I’ve Been On The Inside Of This Movie And Have Seen Big Parts Of The Film Come Together….Compared To The Last One, It’s Gonna Be Waaaay More Hardcore And Disturbingly Scary….For Example: My Good Friend Lew Temple, (Who Played The Rapist Asylum Guard In RZs’ 1st Halloween And Was Also Adam Banjo In The Devils Rejects), Called Me The Other Day To Tell Me He Heard From Several Key Actors And Camera-Guys That “Rob Is Really Taking H2 To A Whole Other Level Of Horror-Insanity And How Stoked We Must Be To Be In It”…That’s A Solid Source Amigos, That’s Insider Buzz…."

"Now As Far As The Phantom Jam…There’s A Scene In The Movie, Where There’s A Concert Called The Phantom Jam….Captain Clegg & The Night Creatures Was Just A Name That RZ Thought Would Be Cool For The Band That’s In This Scene…He Could Of Got Just About ANY Band In The World To Do This….Metal, Punk, Some Poser Rockstars That Wanna Be In A Movie, Who-F’in-Ever?…..But I Had Already Worked On The Original Banjo & Sullivan Record W/ Him For The Devils Rejects So He Asked Me…Jesse Dayton From Texas Ya’ll And Have Played Guitar & Recorded W/ Everyone From Waylon Jennings To The Supersuckers….We Riffed On It And Talked About Possible Influences…RZ Would Say “How Bout Buck Owens Or Iggy?”….I Would Say “I Love The Sonics Or Johnny Horton!” ….RZ Said “Make It Girl Crazy”…I Said “Then We Have To Have Go-Go Dancers”….And To Be Frank, We We’re Just Having A Blast With The Whole Thing,(I Later Wrote Most Of These Songs In A Haunted Suite At The LaMothe Hotel On Esplanade St. In The French Quarter In New Orleans)…."

"RZ Called Over About 300 People,(They Were More Than You’re Regular Extras…This Crew Was Made Up Of Mostly The Elites Of The Horror Scene From Atlanta),And Had All Of Them Dressed Immaculatley As Halloween Party Ghouls And Famous Scary Monsters Thanks To Make-Up Genius Wayne Toth…Don’t Wanna Give It Away So I’m Not Gonna Go Into Specifics About The Set Where He Staged This Whole Thing, But It Looks Like We’re Playin In The Worst-Creepiest Nightmare You’ve Ever Had…All 400 Of Us, (Including The Crew), Worked Two 15 Hrs. Days On JUST This Scene And No One Bitched Or Whined Once…Anyhooch, Now There’s A Group Of “Phantom Jam Suvivors” That’s Popped Up Online,(W/ Crew And Extras), And It’s Just Great Hearing All The Stories Of How They Made It To The Set And How They Survived The Shoot…We Also Filmed Some Clegg Stuff In A Civil War Graveyard That Was Very Cool….But Clegg Is A Small Part Of The Movie…Zombie Throws This In Just Because He Loves Inventing Freak Show Musical Acts….It’s Cooler Than Say “Tito & The Tarantulas” In From Dusk Til Dawn Cause It’s Just More Hardcore And Nightmarish….Also, We’ve Built A Whole Alter-Ego Record Around This Character And Rob Has Decided To Release A Whole Capt Clegg And The Night Creatures Record Featuring Music From The Movie…..Rob And I Are Putting This Record Out Together Combining Both Of Our Teams….The Record Will Officially Come Out On Zombie A Go-Go/Stag Records Aug. 28th, The Week Of The Movie….Okay, That’s The Real Skinny…Now Be Prepared To Hear New-Raw Hybrids Of Music While Having The Living Shit Scared Out Of You!"

For more, check out his newly updated site at:

Monday, October 26, 2009


Captain Clegg Flyer Art Gallery No. 2

Captain Clegg Flyer Art Gallery No. 1


Connect The Dots

More "Connect The Dots" shows planned:

Nov. 9 at The Star Bar with Zech Marque, The Amorist and Free Moral Agents.

Nov. 14 at The Star Bar with Gonzo Sirens, Govers and Lights On For Safety.

Dec. 3 at Ten with The Baked White Bread Comedy Hour and the Launch Party.

News Flash - More Rain

The bayou is so flooded it's up to our back door! Got my Winchester with me in case any gators come into the kitchen.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Damn Phone

"Who the HELL is interrupting my kung-fu?"

Rock Against Torture

From Think Progress:

"In 2004, documents were released showing that FBI agents witnessed abusive treatment of detainees at Guantanamo Bay that included “detainees being chained to the floor for extended periods of time and being subjected to extreme heat, extreme cold or ‘extremely loud rap music.’” In fact, the use of loud music as “torture lite” has been a common tool employed at not just Guantanamo, but also at prisons in Afghanistan and Iraq.

"Last year, a coalition of musicians, along with British human rights charity Reprieve, created an anti-torture initiative called “Zero db” that sought to end the use of music in torture. Now, a new coalition of international musicians, including Trent Reznor, R.E.M., Pearl Jam, Jackson Browne, Rage Against the Machine, Rosanne Cash, Billy Bragg and the Roots, is launching a new protest against the use of music used during torture and are joining the National Campaign to Close Guantanamo.

"As part of their protest, the musicians are supporting an effort seeking the declassification of all secret government records pertaining to how music was used in interrogations. From the group’s press release:

“At Guantanamo, the U.S. government turned a jukebox into an instrument of torture,” said Thomas Blanton, executive director of the National Security Archive, a freedom of information act organization that is assisting the musicians in seeking the documents. “The musicians and the public have the right to know how an expression of popular culture was transformed into an enhanced interrogation technique.” [...]

"On behalf of the campaign, the National Security Archive is filing a series of FOIA requests today seeking still-secret documentation from CIA, U.S. Special Operations Command, and FBI, among other agencies, pertaining to how the music was chosen and the specific role it played in interrogations of detainees at the base.

"For the musicians, Guantanamo is a symbol of the legacy of torture the Bush administration left behind. “As long as Guantanamo stays open, America’s legacy around the world will continue to be the torture that went on there,” said R.E.M. in a statement. “Guantanamo may be Dick Cheney’s idea of America, but it’s not mine,” said Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello. “The fact that music I helped create was used in crimes against humanity sickens me – we need to end torture and close Guantanamo now.”

“When we found out that music was being used as part of the torture going on at Guantanamo, shackling and beating people – we were angry,” said The Roots. “Just as we wouldn’t be caught dead allowing Dick Cheney to use our music for his campaigns, you can be damn sure, we wouldn’t allow him to use it to torture other human beings. Congress needs to shut Guantanamo down.”

Monday, October 19, 2009


U2 Lands Spaceship In Houston

... and some people thought that the Black Crowes at Ford Park was going to be the biggest rock show of the year.

Incoming From Capt. Clegg

From Capt. Clegg:

"The album "ROB ZOMBIE PRESENTS: CAPTAIN CLEGG AND THE NIGHT CREATURES" is now available on iTunes, Amazon, and [at] for Phantom Jammers to add to their collections. Soon to be available in the coolest and creepiest of record shops worldwide, there's really no excuse for not owning the record now - don't make us unleash the zombie horde."

"Captain Clegg and the Night Creatures will soon be on a nationwide tour with none other than the man himself, the head honcho of horror, Rob Zombie! Sure to the evilest of affairs, the tour will undoubtedly feature murder, mayhem, and those malevolent mistresses the go go gals featured in H2. Sin! Spooks! Sex! Psychobilly! Be there for the Rob Zombie world tour; dates coming soon!"

"Captain Clegg has been increasing his profile and spreading his dark influence all over the Internet the past few months and now's as good a time as any to check out the Facebook, Myspace Music, YouTube Channel, and Twitter Pages!"

"Request Captain Clegg on the radio! The Captain's lead single "Zombie A Go Go" is available for satellite and terrestrial radioplay, so if you'd like to hear the sweet sounds of sinister psychobilly pouring from your stereo, ring up your station and say, "Phantom Jammers have a craving for Captain Clegg!". Refer them to or for details!"

"Stay tuned for more details as they come rampaging in - onward Hardchargers!"

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Cheap Trick/Def Leppard Tour Done


Due to unforeseen personal matters, the third leg of Def Leppard’s North American Tour with Cheap Trick, set to begin on October 22nd, has been cancelled. “We know how truly blessed we are to have such committed fans,” said the band in a statement.


Tuesday, October 13, 2009

We Were Wolves Cousin Phelpy

Wednesday [Oct. 14] We Were Wolves and Cousin Phelpy appear at The Star Bar on Crockett Street in downtown Beaumont. According to Mike Molina this is to be the first of a series of Wednesday night SETX musiuc shows at the Star Bar. Show starts at 9 p.m. and cover is $5. A limited edition We Were Wolves/Cousin Phelpy 12-inch will also be coming out in the near future.

Some Other October Shows

Oct. 16:
Dewinter, Companion and William and Tyson at The Barking Dog.

Oct. 17:
Laurel and Electric Circus at Madison's.

Oct. 18:
The Black Crowes, Sevendust, Saving Abel, Halestorm and Forever Falls at Ford Pavilion.

Oct. 20:
El Floppy Tacos at Madison's.

Oct. 21:
Mike Got Spiked at The Outlaw Drinkin' Club.

Oct. 23:
The Roaring 20s at The Barking Dog.
JAG at The Star Bar.

Oct. 24:
Tracy Byrd, Tracy Lawrence, Zona Jones and others at Crockett Street.
Lights On For Safety, Adam Floyd and Ashlynn Ivy at The Barking Dog.

Oct. 26:
Lyle Lovett and His Large Band at The Lutcher Theater.

Oct. 30:
The Toadies, Fastball and Magnolia Sons at The L'Auberge du Lac Casino.
Daylight Broadcast at The The Barking Dog.

Oct. 31
Colorcast Veteran, Paper Plains and Magnolia Sons at Luna's Bar and Grill.
The Kinship and Lee Pelly at Madison's.
Killjoy 72 and Daycast Theory at Outlaw Drinkin' Club.
The Scraps, The Shammies, Cousin Plelpy and Weredragon Scholars at The Art Studio.

No Tricks All Treat


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