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Vance'sMondayNightAcousticPajamaParty#20 Songs By Folks I Know

WHAT: Vance'sMondayNightAcousticPajamaParty#20 Songs By Folks I Know -

Sure, Ellis Paul to Shawn Colvin to unheralded genius David Goldfinger (ask Ellis Paul about him). I’m gonna cover tunes by friends and people I know. And my stuff.


When: Monday Nite, July 20th, 7:30PM EDT (“doors” open at 7 for community hang) -

WHO GETS 10% The intention of the The Arlington Covid-19 Relief Fund is to support the basic needs of Arlington community members most impacted by the pandemic. Child care, groceries, mortgage/rent/utilities assistance, internet access, small business assistance, all right here in my yard.

$$$: or or
send a check to VanceFunder P.O. Box 17, Arlington, MA 02476 for this web-groovery.
Pay or not. It’s up to you. Let’s just stay connected.

This week’s pajamas: yes

Good Good Man - the CD - streaming all platforms, even get it from me…

Lawn Show: needs to be in my geographic area, reasonable rates.

Coaching of songwriting, performance & voice, (SURE - BY SKYPE, FACETIME, OR ZOOM)
available upon request - Wednesdays are pretty full, Thursdays are kinda open.



~ Is there an apparatus I can use that allows me to simultaneously read a rare collectible book and eat BBQ chicken wings? (And no, flicking left with a pencil eraser won’t do)

~ an automatic mask-raiser that can tell when someone who believes differently gets way all up in your face asking you "why don’t All Lives Matter?"

~ MasxRaiser(c) should also immediately and very loudly cue Parliament Funkadelic’s “We Got The Funk" on your phone.

~ A conversion of the Roomba to be “PaperSortah(c)”. Slowly crawls across the desk, captures and reads papers, and yes, it needs to be able to file them too.

~ A service that delivers BBQ wings once a week. “Weekly Wings”(c), with an accompanying science fiction short story that you can read, printed on paper that is pre-treated and non-reactive to greasy fingers.

~ A slower time-bending clock that was slow for everyone, but really slow for people over 55.

~ Did I mention a 3-D printer that can make wings?