StreetJelly is Online Busking and eConcerts
WireNWood - Sings from the heart-or is it the pancreas?
“Same Goat, Different Spatula” 
Start time:   Viewers: 50
Enter Tokens
Replay of Live Show
“Same Goat, Different Spatula”
Start time:
End time:
Duration: 104 minutes
Please tip the artist during this Replay. Your appreciation will be seen by the performer.
- Hide someone from your chat. Hold down CTRL key (COMMAND for Mac) and click Tip button for quick 1 token tip.
Note: Some shows may require Adobe Flash 24.x or higher to view. What version of Flash do I have?
WireNWood | Sings from the heart-or is it the pancreas?
WireNWood
WireNWood Showcase 1
WireNWood Showcase 2
WireNWood Showcase 3
United States of America
Tucson, AZ - between 2 cacti
United States of America
Genres
  • Folk
  • Country
 
StreetJelly Stats
Member since:
Last show:
Number of shows: 79
Total viewers: 1,991
Fan favorites: 68
More About WireNWood

I started guitar at my Father's knee as a child. I suppose I was a professional guitarist then, as I was getting paid in the only currency that matters to a 5YO - Daddy's praise.
Twenty years after high school I went to college for "Classical" guitar. I still pump nylon daily but I also dig fingerstyle jazz solos, most anything from the 70s, Blues Rock, and pizza with everything.
For most of the 90s I was a guitarist for the U.S.Army Band. My year in Seoul with the Army was one of the best years of my life.
I'm a certifiable guitar geek. I build, modify, and repair guitars. I love guitar history & industry lore. I keep telling myself to perform about once a week here on StreetJelly but I don't seem to make it nearly that often. I also perform live in 3 local bands and in Second Life under this same name.
Please say "Hi" ... even if you think I suck. :)
Facebook WireNWood 
Fun Stuff about the Artist

Life on the Street

One time I sat very still with my guitar as a brawl between 2 groups of bikers raged on all around me. The guitar & I both got through without a scratch. It was almost like a scene from F-Troop. :)

Embarrassing Moment

My most embarrassing moment was ... well ... childhood through 50 years of age. Maybe 55.

My Instrument

My first guitar was a Tiesco Spectrum 3 from K-Mart. :) I still remember my father choosing it for me, but I didn't know it by model name at the time. Dad played every electric guitar they had on display in 2 K-Marts and he even made the employee go in the store room and get second examples of a few models. I didn't expect him to choose the gorgeous blue top-of-the-line model. That guitar was my pride & joy.
Since then I've become a guitar freak. I have a room full of Strats and Teles of all sorts, but you'll probably see me on StreetJelly playing one of the following:
Taylor 110e
D'Angelico Brooklyn
Gibson J200
Martin AX1
2013 Fender CD140,
Seagull Explorer walnut
Xaviere dreadnaught (bubinga/cedar)
Xaviere dreadnaught (zebrawood/spruce)
Those 2 put much more expensive guitars to shame
or my 1977 Epiphone FT150 Bard, a gift from my Dad and maybe my most cherished possession.

Scheduled Performances

Catch this artist perform at the listed times
Click on the Calendar icon to add to your Outlook or *.ics compatible calendar.
  •  “I’ve Used This Show Title Before“
Rocker Pins

Standing Ovation Pin Standing Ovation Pin
29 Awards
“Bravo, Bravo!”
Last Awarded:
Love Song Pin Love Song Pin
17 Awards
“You made my heart sing.”
Last Awarded:
DJ Pin DJ Pin
5 Awards
“Thanks for playing my song.”
Last Awarded:
Rock God Pin Rock God Pin
5 Awards
“I bow to your Godliness.”
Last Awarded:
Charity Pin Charity Pin
3 Awards
“I love and support your charity.”
Last Awarded:
Jelly Jingle Pin Jelly Jingle Pin
4 Awards
Merry Christmas!
Last Awarded:
Fan Appreciation Pin Fan Appreciation Pin
3 Awards
“Your fans adore you.”
Last Awarded: