August 19, 2005

Son Of a Rock Star

I want to say a hearty mazel tov to my friend and loyal reader of this blog, Twin Cities musician Dan Israel, and his wife, Lisa, on the birth of their son, Isaac. Then, Dan went and played a gig a few hours later.

I look forward to going to "see the baby" in Minneapolis next month.

Posted by Stephen Silver at August 19, 2005 08:28 AM

They have doomed their baby to a life of misspelling, being mistaken for a black man, and never being able to find a novelty license plate for his bike (unlike Bort). On the upside, I'm no longer the only white Jew with that name.

Posted by: LilB at August 19, 2005 10:08 AM

Steve, thanks for posting this on your blog, and that guy's comments have me on the floor laughing...oh well, I guess it's cool with me if he's mistaken for African-American, everyone misspells his name, and he can't find novelty license plates for his bike!

Posted by: Dan Israel at August 21, 2005 07:07 PM

And I thought I was the sesnlibe one. Thanks for setting me straight.

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