Danny Worsnop. Not everyone knows that name, but for those who do, they automatically think of Asking Alexandria, alchohal, sex, and women. All those things do help define who Danny Worsnop is, but there's much more to him.
Yesterday, I discovered Danny has a passion for photography. A good friend of mine came across his 'SmugMug' profile, and it features some goregous black and white pictures.
One of the captions on a photo of a man with his back turned said, "Image is going to be used for my upcoming book 'Am I Insane?'" I can not find any information on Am I Insane at this time.
Go check out Danny's photos, they're really good. Also, I can't help but love the description on his profile homepage that reads: "I may be young in years, but believe me when I say that I've lived a life you couldn't imagine in your wildest dreams
One of sin and seduction, death and destruction, a roller coaster ride into hell's eruption. I'm a troubled thinker, a whiskey drinker. I smoke a pack a day and live my life in a most intriguing way. A lover, a fighter, a singer, a writer. I live my life free of fear from death, just rock and roll 'till my last breath.
I love women, whiskey and old black & white photos. You're stepping into my own little unique slice of reality."
I feel this very small profile, says a lot about Danny. Perhaps he's not the "typical rockstar" he claims to be.
The title is true, I am very proud right now. As I've mentioned before, my site and blog do not get that many views. I do come up on searches, and I do post a lot on Music = Life, but still I don't get a ton of views. That'll come with time, but for now, I just get enjoyment out of seeing my site even get fifty views.
Its been a long time since I've only gotten one or two views, but I do remember that. Generally, on a day that I post absolutely nothing, I get between fourty and sixty views. Sometimes I wonder if the counter is messed up, but how would I know? I've never gotten more than 150 views in a day, but for a site run by just one eighteen year old girl from Florida, I think that's pretty decent.
Thank you so much guys for looking at the site, I appericate it. :D
On to some updates, I have fallen slightly behind in the album reviews. I know, I know, "Ariel, you did them ONE FUCKING DAY! How the hell can you be behind already?" Well....I got lazy, and my friend called, which distracted me more. Blame her then! Just kidding, don't blame her. I am technically only one behind. I wrote two and a half yesterday, and I finished the half a few minutes ago.
I'm going to post all of those today, and I will write five more later so I will be all caught up. That'll leave me with nine more to go. :D
Hey guys, its Ariel. I know I haven't posted an actual blog on the site just to talk in forever. For those who do not know, I actually do post blogs a lot, but due to various techincal difficulties, I post the majority of my blogs on Blogger. I'll post a link to that at the bottom of this. I just thought I'd mix it up a bit and post here for a bit, as I know there's a lot of people who view my site, but not the blog.
I am actually not just here to talk, I wanted to tell you that I am seeing myself a goal, and hopefully I will reach it. I am hoping to review twenty eight albums in four days. It sounds like a lot, I know, but I want to see if I can do it. I am going to start it today, and whatever gets written today will be posted either this evening or tomorrow on the album review page.
If I suceed with my goal, I will do it all over again in a week or so by reviewing twenty one more albums. That is because I want to review a total of 100 albums. I already have done forty nine, so I need about fifty one more. So, I need to do that, and it shouldn't be too hard as long as I stay focused.
I am also going to remove the 'band biographies' section. I never bother with them, and I don't think anyone really cares about it.
So, for anyone who would like to keep up with what I want to talk about, you can follow the link below. I post randomly nearly daily. I tend to type like I'm talking to a camera, and I've been its quite addictive.
Last night I had a dream that I wish would come true. Maybe one day it will, just in a more logical way.
I had a dream that I was apparently going to a Falling In Reverse concert, and for some reason I was staying at the
venue. Meaning I was living there. I'm not even kidding, it was the strangest thing. Walked out of my room, even though it looked nothing like my room, into this mostly empty room. All it had was a stage, and a couple people.
I don't remember exactly how it happened, but someone told me that if I wasn't going to the show I had to go back to my room. So I told them, "I am going to the show." Oddly though, they never asked for my ticket. There's no logic in that, honestly. So I'm hanging out, waiting for things to start
happening. People start coming in and I'm just chilling in the back.
I suppose it looked like I worked there, because at one point a crew member came over to me and asked where they could put their stuff. I told them there was a room in the back that they could put stuff in and they walked off. A few minutes later, Ronnie walked in. Correction, he walked right into me.
I turned around and started to say, "Watch where you're going." But then I saw Ronnie, and didn't want to say anything bad to him.
He apologized for running into me, and I told him it was ok. Then it dawned on him that he had no idea why I was out there, and wanted to find out if I was just a fan or what. I told him I am a fan, but I live in the building and am actually a music journalist. He asked if I had questions for him, and I said yes. Ronnie said he had some time, so if I wanted to do an interview to go get my questions.
Of course I ran and got them right away! Only problem is, I can not remember a single question I asked, I can only remember standing there talking to Ronnie for what seemed like forever. Even though it was probably only a minute or two in all actuality.
I've noticed the more serious I get about wanting to interview these band guys, the more I quite litterally dream about it. First one was Ashley Purdy, now Ronnie? I'm surprised I haven't had a dream yet about interviewing All Time Low, The Ready Set, Three Days Grace or the Jonas Brothers. Those are the highest on my list.
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