"Rue comes from the Old English word hreowan, meaning "to make sorry," and rue can still sum up a lot of sorrow in one small syllable. Rue is a modern verb that often looks back on the past. Shakespeare made famous the phrase "rue the day,"meaning you bitterly regret a moment."
now tell me does this sound a bit like a 'skeleton in the closet' ????
Just had a BLAST in Baltimore with ZsaZsa Gabone, playing a few shows with my Baltimore Boyz and laying down a bunch of new songs forManta Ray Recordsto whip into masterpieces.... yes, they are getting on the map, giant congrats to "Lafayette Gilchrist and the New Volcanoes" as their song "assume the position " is featured on the closing credits of HBO's "The Deuce".
Been super busy shooting lots of indie films and getting ready for others to have their debuts!!!....stay tuned!!!! here's a peak at "Where's My Cat?" I have a tiny appearance as a ghost... it's a short...