Hi. Welcome to my website!  Honestly, I do not try to share this website with anyone, but I don’t try and hide it either. It’s more a less a place that I use to vent personal grievances or just sort out my thoughts on subjects that interest me – like any other blog.

I started the website on an outdated notion (spurring from the dot com boom) that we had to protect our names. I watched people snatch up hundreds of the best domain names, and yet I didn’t capitalize on it. Maybe if I’m lucky, some other Greg Percifield in the world will become rich and famous and they can then buy my domain for a hefty price.

If you’d like to know a bit more about me, here is an extended bio.

 

Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins to Play Iggy Pop

Taylor Hawkins, the frenetic Foo Fighters drummer, has officially been cast in CBGB. The film, focused on the early days of the iconic club that gave birth to punk rock, is set to begin shooting later this month. Hawkins will be portraying legendary singer Iggy Pop,...

Bloc Party Announce 4th Album, Tour Dates

Acclaimed British post-punk band Bloc Party made a surprise announcement today, confirming that a new album has been completed and a tour is in the works. Four, the band's accurately titled 4th album, will hit stores August 21st. The record is already available...

Mumford and Sons Tease Album Release, Plot Mini-Tour

Unlikely indie-folk chart-toppers Mumford and Sons have reportedly finished recording the follow-up to their acclaimed debut album and are gearing up for a handful of interesting live dates. Dubbed "Gentlemen of the Road Stopovers", the mini-tour will take...

Ween Announce Breakup

Noted experimental rock band Ween has called it a day. Aaron Freeman, the group's lead singer (better known as Gene Ween) announced the split up in this week's Rolling Stone. "For me it's a closed book," he told the magazine. "In life...

The Shins Announce Whirlwind Tour

Natalie Portman-approved indie rock band The Shins are heading out for a whirlwind tour in support of their fourth album Port of Morrow. The trek will take them all across North America and most of Europe before winding down at the Austin City Limits festival in...

Girl Talk Announce Summer Tour Dates

Gregg Gillis, known professionally as Girl Talk, is taking his critically-acclaimed mash-ups on the road for a whirlwind tour of North America. Ostensibly touring to promote an album that can't be legally sold in stores, the notoriously sample-happy Gillis remains...

Phillip Phillips Wins American Idol, Rejects Debut Single

Phillip Phillips, the unfortunately-named Dave Matthews fanatic, has been crowned the winner of this year's American Idol. Phillips beat out what has been described as the most talented group of finalists the show has ever seen, including early favorites Joshua...

Bieber Fever Pandemic Spreads Across North America

Justin Bieber, the somehow still fashionable teen pop sensation, is all set to hit the road in support of his new album, Believe, due out June 19th. The ever-pleasant Canadian crooner kicks off a 46-date North American jaunt in Late September. "I've been...

R.I.P. Disco Queen Donna Summer

Donna Summer, the disco legend turned 80s diva, has died. According to reports, the Grammy winner lost a secret battle with lung cancer Thursday. She was 63. Summer rose to international stardom with the release of "Love to Love You Baby", a 17-minute disco...

Top 5: Controversial Album Covers

Since the advent of digital music distribution, the once-ubiquitous album cover seems less and less important. What used to be a twelve-inch artistic mission statement has largely been reduced to a postage-stamp sized jpeg that nobody bothers to look at. Let's...