Archive for the ‘RSNet’ Category

It’s Time

I think it’s time. The renewal date for this domain comes up like clockwork, every summer.  And for the last….oh, I don’t know….three, four, six years….I’ve hung onto it, even though my heart hasn’t been in it.  I’ve put up things here and there, gotten excited in fits and starts, but it just isn’t the [...]

“You meet a girl at a gig, and you do it.” Wha???

I still get Google alerts for Rick. Most often I quickly scan the two or three sentences of each article, and hardly ever click on the link. If I am busy these emails get deleted without even reading them at all; I figure if anything huge is going on, someone in my Facebook feed will [...]

Review of “Songs for the End of the World” Part Two: Brutal Honesty

My totally honest and real take on The Songs For the End of the World. Overall, I have to say, it wasn’t an instant moment of connection with these songs. I had to sit down with them and really listen carefully and invest some time with them. Once I did, I definitely came up with [...]

RS Is “Everywhere”

I was chatting with a friend this morning, one who isn’t particularly interested in Rick Springfield and his doings, and even he commented that “Rick Springfield is everywhere this week.” Indeed. To make this easier for those of us who have a life missed some of Rick’s appearances this week, I’ve pulled them together in [...]

You and Me

You And Me by Mystery Artist by umesongs So, it’s been four months since I posted anything to this blog.  Bad, bad fan.  Especially when Rick is coming out with a new record, and everything:  Songs for the End of the World. I’m chuckling a bit at the web page mentioned above, with the whole [...]

The First Time I Tried

The first time I tried to meet Rick was really the second time.  The first, really, being in the throng of girls assembled by the backstage door at Pine Knob Music Theater in September, 1984.  I was just shy of my fourteenth birthday, having gone to my first concert performed by my favorite (obsession? bordering [...]