• floss

    I SO wanted the In Frank we Trust and Cease and Desist T-shirts but they were nowhere to be seen in London.  Buying t-shirts from USA incurs all sorts of taxes, duties and Royal Mail handling charges so they end up prohibitively expensive.  Next time can you bring the whole range Dweeze?  Also, can you make 'next time' a shorter wait - some of us are getting on a bit and would like to see you play many more times.  BTW, thanks for the Live in the Moment II.  xx

    Happy Christmas and New Year 2018 to you and your elder sibling, and your family by marriage - yah boo hiss to the others. 

  • DaveOC

    Woo hoo, new shirts! 

    Maybe a Los Angeles show when you get back from Europe?

     

    Happy touring, DZ!

  • Randy  W.

    Blew the roof off the FM Kirby Center In Wilkes Barre 8-3-17. 2 HOURS and 45 MINUTES OF MUSIC, Dweezil and company take the time to shake hands, sign memorabilia, take pics and share a quick memory.  Merchandise is always cool and very reasonable.  I paid $50 a shirt at The Classic East Concert.  Dweezil T Shirts are $30, stickers $5, and various other items. Point is the merchandise is always reasonable. Also the shirts themselves are high quality.  Also seen Q & A in Ardmore, July 20th, 2nd Row, Dweezil took hours worth of questions from fans. His wife assisted in asking questions and shared memories.  Actually answered my question about Capt Beefheart. I've Watched Dweezil all over the east coast. Found it was a cool way to take in cities that I normally wouldn't go to.  Plus get to see some very cool historical music halls. I've been to 5 Dweezil shows in the past 12 months, get out and support the music of Frank. I also hope I'm getting closer to owning a set list, I've earned it.  2016 Halloween show Birchmere, JUMBO mauled me, 5 shows and no set list..  Thanks for the memories...  "Keep your nose to the grindstone", you are the best Dweez 

     

    By the way, get my damn Dweezil and The Others of Intention T Shirt in the mail. I'm paid up 

  • Paul Diana

    What's with seeing FZ at 14 .I first saw Frank at the Palace theater in Albany N.Y. OCT 8 1978 .Also at age 14 for the first of many times,Still not as many as I should have..His 88 Tour began at that very theater .I had to work andInstead of calling in that night I thought I'll see the next tour..S**t..It still bothers me 30 year's later.....Ah wish in one hand and s**t in the other , and see which fills up first...That's why I see Dweezils band anytime he's in this area.Still Running on a OCT 25th 2016 show at the Egg.All you able to see Dweezil and this band I would .Don't miss your chance ,.Dweezil will there be a 2018 Tour of the US .Well I'll wish in both hands ...

  • Eduardo Gonzalo Muntaner

    Dweezil friend, Jesus is with you, and with your family, always.

  • Ozone

    Saw u last nite in Poughkeepsie! FREAKING AMAZING Dweezil! Thank you SO MUCH!!! Your effortless axe style is impeccable! Dad....and Mom would be SO PROUD. I'm going to try to contact you to see if you might call my FM radio show in upstate NY sometime. Thanks again for letting me take my mind off life......albeit for a few hours. Your band is INCREDIBLE. So so talented. I hope I have my set list correct......anybody? Bueller? Holla at me. Tyvm

  • ted R.

    Hey Dweezil!, I saw Frank many times, first when I was 14 in 1974 at the Auditorium Theater in Chicago, and I was blown away! I plan to see you here in Colorado on August 8th, maybe the 9th also in Aspen, can't wait! Thanks so much for keeping Frank's music so alive and well!, he is truly immortal now! Could you please play "Camarillo Brillo" on the 8th in Arvada, CO?, that would be awesome!  Sincerely and thanks in advance, Ted Rockwell from Steamboat, Colorado. I play sax once in a while, since high school, blues, jazz, rock and reggae.  https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1670075889674192&l=cefbc77655  <iframe src="https://www.facebook.com/plugins/post.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fphoto.php%3Ffbid%3D1467141136634336%26set%3Da.166309906717472.42422.100000153917904%26type%3D3&width=500" width="500" height="296" style="border:none;overflow:hidden" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" allowTransparency="true"></iframe>

  • ted R.

    Hey Dweezil!, I saw Frank many times, first when I was 14 in 1974 at the Auditorium Theater in Chicago, and I was blown away! I plan to see you here in Colorado on August 8th, maybe the 9th also in Aspen, can't wait! Thanks so much for keeping Frank's music so alive and well!, he is truly immortal now! Could you please play "Camarillo Brillo" on the 8th in Arvada, CO?, that would be awesome!  Sincerely and thanks in advance, Ted Rockwell from Steamboat, Colorado. I play sax once in a while, since high school, blues, jazz, rock and reggae.  https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1670075889674192&l=cefbc77655  <iframe src="https://www.facebook.com/plugins/post.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fphoto.php%3Ffbid%3D1467141136634336%26set%3Da.166309906717472.42422.100000153917904%26type%3D3&width=500" width="500" height="296" style="border:none;overflow:hidden" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" allowTransparency="true"></iframe>

  • David D

    billy the mountain...nice...and the dental floss

  • Paulo B.

    Dear Dweezil,

    I have been lucky enough to see you twice here in Switzerland, in Bulle and Lausanne.

    My 9-year old son Matteo is a total fan, he grew up watching the ZPZ dvds and started playing guitar inspireed by it.

    We will be waiting for you here in Switzerland, wherever it be, we will be there.

    Of course, we are 100% with you on your legal deeds, and wish you the best of luck.

    Music is the Best

    Abrazo,

    Paulo Barone

  • Philip K.

    I can't wait to check out the new duds. Hope to see you back in central Florida soon.

  • JamesHolt

    Love the new shirts! I will definitely pick up one of The In Frank we trust shirts! Good luck with the tour and Dweezilla. I wish I could be there, but couldn't swing it this time around. All the best!

  • Paul Diana

    I love these designs,they are completely original,yet they continue FZs conceptual continuity.Now that's the crux of the biscuit.