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Keith was there to handle the rest." A collection of 12 songs, While the Gettin' Is Good was written entirely by Corey.As such, it's a deeply personal album, one that explores themes of love, hometown pride and even personal discovery.

Her ignorance is not bliss.) “I made a character for myself where you will shoot me all over LA. A.’s infamous Chateau Marmont was the brainchild of famed attorney Fred Horowitz, who built it after returning from a vacation in Europe, where he’d been photographing the gothic castles and chateaus along the Loire Valley River in France. Second, judging form the slender physiques of their patrons, frequent trips to the bathroom, white creamy shit in the corner of their mouths, and their inability to shut the fuck up…NO ONE IS GOING THERE TO EAT!In 1929, The Chateau Marmont opened its doors to the Hollywood elite, billed as “Los Angeles’s newest, finest and most exclusive apartment house superbly situated…” (Google the rest.) The Chateau was never meant to become a playground for the modern day self-proclaimed Hollywood Antidisestablishmentarianist, otherwise known as Beverly Hills kids with Los Feliz attitudes (which is irony in itself, as Los Feliz has now become the city of lost feelings where the average go to be uniquely average). Third, and finally, the Chateau Marmont is where douchebags go when they need to fill their social inadequacies. ” while simultaneously being awestruck by its contradictions and beauty.Just me and my photography.” (Isn’t that you just being you? What the fuck was I even doing here in the first place?That is not a character—just incredibly narcissistic.) I started to sweat and feel physically sick. Then all of a sudden, a girl in a wheelchair came up to me and asked if she could pet my dog.This essay first appeared in the killer new limited-edition print 'zine "After Grrrl: Small Stories from Big Lives".

Featuring art by Jessicka Addams (Jack Off Jill/Scarling) and edited by Carrie Jo Tucker, "After Grrrl" includes stories of female empowerment and punk culture by more than 30 women including Camille Rose Garcia, Elizabeth Mc Grath, Bonnie Burton, Tara Mc Pherson, Chantal Claret, and many more. In 1969, Irv Teibel(1938-2010) released a record that would have a profound impact on ambient and New Age music that’s continues to this day.

She told me her life story (which is pretty fucking amazing): she was born to a drug addict mother and later adopted by a Buddhist lesbian couple. Currently she’s working two jobs, one in TV and another interning for a social media company.

She grew up in a Buddhist colony in San Francisco, but moved to L. I asked her, “If you could only pick one thing you would love to do for fun that you have not done since moving here what would it be? I won’t go into everything, but the one thing that really got me was that what she wanted to do most was something that I 100% take for granted.

"Keith knows how to make country records," he says, "but I wanted to make my kind of country record and he understood that immediately.

He simply wanted to get us comfortable in a studio environment so we could do what we do onstage every night.

When my fans show up and buy a ticket and a t-shirt, they're investing in what I'm doing," says Corey.