Hanging with the ‘Bastiaters’ revs up creativity and curiosity

When Rebecca [Day] founded the Jacksonville chapter of the Bastiat Society, I had no idea what to expect. I volunteered to host the organizational meeting with Indie Art South as a sponsor. This happened in the pre-COVID era, and in-person turnout exceeded her expectations. The latest meeting of this group was a hybrid event, with a small number coming in person and larger number tuning in online. Justin Ptak was the speaker, and when all was said and done, my mind wandered off into many different directions. That is always the impact of the folks I affectionately call “Bastiaters.” Continue reading “Hanging with the ‘Bastiaters’ revs up creativity and curiosity”

Daysies update: Shows, recording, new vids

(L to R) Jenn Day Thompson, Rebecca Day (The Crazy Daysies) with Jared Rush (Third Man Entertainment)
Getting ready to perform at the Tiffany Show December 2: (L to R) Jennifer Day Thompson and Rebecca Day (The Crazy Daysies) with Jared Rush (Third Man Entertainment). Photo: Indie Art South.

It’s been awhile since I updated everyone on The Crazy Daysies. What with the COVID shutdowns, we’ve all had a serious adjustment. The good news is performances are becoming more common, and they’ve had plenty of time to work on recordings and new videos. Continue reading “Daysies update: Shows, recording, new vids”

Daysies do ‘Holiday Hangover’ special as 2021 gets rolling

Paying homage to the time-honored tradition of too much revelry across the nation on New Year’s Eve, The Crazy Daysies will present a ‘Holiday Hangover’ livestream on Thursday, January 7, at 6:30 PM (EDT) on Facebook. By now, most have hopefully recovered, but there’s a good chance drinking was robust this holiday because—2020. Continue reading “Daysies do ‘Holiday Hangover’ special as 2021 gets rolling”

Followup on Daysies at Tiffany show: Video of two new songs


Folks in the Crazy Daysies loop heard two new songs during online shows in October, and those two songs were unveiled live at the Tiffany show at Beach Front Grille in Flagler Beach (FL) on December 2. The Daysies were the opening act, and they did two new songs first. “Hurricane” is a pensive, reflective song about regrets. “Hearts Afire” is a bar song with kernels of truth about heartbreak. Both were well received. Continue reading “Followup on Daysies at Tiffany show: Video of two new songs”

Tiffany, the Daysies, and my anniversary memory

When Rebecca told me she and Jennifer would be opening for Tiffany in December, I recalled the 80s and Tiffany’s cover of Tommy James and the Shondells’ hit “I Think We’re Alone Now.” The performance was scheduled the week of my wedding anniversary, so my husband and I made the decision to go see the show as a celebration (Story continues after photo). Continue reading “Tiffany, the Daysies, and my anniversary memory”