Wednesday, December 22, 2010



Tuesday, December 14, 2010


Here is my art contribution for the 7th Annual Doll Drive Raffle. Numero uno in the Siren Series. The winner of this baby will own the inaugural piece. If you are in L.A., you can hook up with the Hell's Belles this Thursday, December 16, at Villian's Tavern in Los Angeles, free admission.


Tuesday, September 21, 2010


From the 50 yrs of Dr. Martens Website

Anyone else at London Fashion Week today? A big well done to lucky blog reader Sophie Hawkins, who is at London Fashion Week today after winning Saturday’s competition, I’m so jealous! Stay with us for more competitions like this one, plus more of the usual.

Tomorrow history man Martin Roach brings yet another installment of DM’s cultural knowledge, if you’re feeling like something to get your teeth stuck into. I bet you didn’t know that as well being a legendary rock hero, MC5′s Michael Davis has his own charitable foundation set up to support Music Education in schools called Music is Revolution?

BELIEVE. What a cool idea! More on that on Thursday.

Who’s has been keeping up with This Is England on Channel 4? What do you think, any ‘Skins’ out there have a word or two to say? Don’t forget to Facebook us.


Friday, September 17, 2010

Dr. Martens - Michael Davis (MC5) & D.O.A.

Bound together by an admiration for each other’s work, punk rock trailblazers Joey Keithley of D.O.A. and Michael Davis of MC5 have, over the past three decades, become the closest of comrades. And for the first time they’ve joined forces to celebrate Dr. Marten’s 50th Anniversary.

Michael Davis of MC5
Boasting the titles of singer, songwriter, guitarist, bassist and music producer, Detroit-born Michael Davis made his name with the seminal and incendiary proto-punk rock act, MC5. Pioneers of the hardcore music revolution of the late 1960s, MC5’s political ties and anti-establishment lyrics saw them firmly installed as innovators of punk and flag-bearers for an alternative generation.

After just three albums, MC5 disbanded in the mid-1970s; shortly after, Davis found himself in Lexington Penitentiary – or ‘Narcotics Farm’ as it was commonly known as – chalking up time for his heroin addiction. On release, Davis immediately climbed back into the music arena with Ron Asheton, a fellow MC5 band mate, good friend and member of the punk band Destroy All Monsters.

Davis amassed seven successful years with Destroy All Monsters before leaving to join forces with the rock act The Lords Of Altamont. Continuing his musical odyssey Davis then left to sign up for the MC5 spin-off, DKT.

Free Download "Something's Is Not Right With Me"

In recent years, education has been a recurring theme in Davis’ life. In 2006 he set-up the non-profit organization, The Music Is Revolution Foundation, to support music education in public schools. Davis has also earmarked 2010 to finish the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree he dropped out from to join MC5.


Monday, April 5, 2010

Bluebirds of Happiness


Thursday, April 1, 2010



MUSIC IS REVOLUTION is in need of a web designer! We need to re-
create our website.

If there is someone who has the expertise, and would like to
participate in a remarkable charity that focuses on education, youth,
and music, please contact me and let's get it together. Music Is
Revolution had been in operation for several years, helping public
school teachers bring musical experiences to young
people who need a little help to become engaged in their schools and
communities (you know who we mean you creative, alternative and punk
rock kids!).

It's time to kick up a little revolution out there, and I want to
know; are you ready to testify by helping me create a killer website?
It's up to you, you must decide. If you are a web designer, and would
like to donate your services for a righteous cause, please respond by
emailing me here:

Music Is Revolution Myspace messaging, or at any of my other web
based contact sites;

Michael Davis Bass Player MC5/ Mike
Davis, FB


Thursday, March 25, 2010

Ron Cooke; Fab bass player

I have know Ron for so long , he is like a brother besides being a brother bass player. It is great he is getting recognized for his extraordinary talent after playing in so many great bands of Detroit rock and roll. Come on out and help celebrate his birthday!


Sunday, March 21, 2010


While in Vancouver last week, I discovered a great tattoo artist, Andrew Warren @ Sacred Heart Tattoo. I added new bluebirds to each arm. Thanks Andy


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