I don’t remember what drove me to start a local music magazine in the early months of 2004, but something was driving me. Another local magazine had folded just recently, and I think I felt this town needed something mid-level underneath the bigger weeklies that were coming out. Continue reading →
See this picture of a windmill, I put that sucker up. I hired a crane, cement truck, a huge digger type thing ( a backhoe) and even got someone to go to the top to get it in there. It was pretty crazy; it was a very hot day and I was sweating all over the place. That thing is still standing; the last I looked. There is a metaphor for life in the whole thing, but I haven’t figured that out yet.
Wrote this one for a writer’s group. It sounds like it could be a true story, but it’s not. Enjoy! Continue reading →
This was my first serious band – Hateflowers. Along with Cody Stone on Drums and Erik Tasa on Bass / Vocals. I played guitar and did vocals. Continue reading →
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First a quick blurb about me. My name is Rich Horton, hence richhorton.com. I am forty-three years old. Throughout my life I have been in bands, published a magazine, started a record label, and a few other businesses, and did a variety of other exciting projects. I live in Northeast Minneapolis with my wife and two kids and have worked a day job for most of my adult years. Continue reading →