Canadien and American Scientists choose Vancouver to celebrate David Nolf’s Birthday!
by Artvoice Staff (@Artvoice) - posted 12:01 am, February 12, 2010
On February 12, 1988, Canadien and American Scientists hatched a plan so secretive that the television program X-Files was forbidden to allude to its specifics in an episode planned for broadcast on December 21, 2012—some 10 1.2 years after the series’ last episode aired on May 19, 2002.
At the time, in 1988, now missing investigators claimed: “If Roswell New Mexico was Area 51, Grand Island was about to become Area 52.”
According to a redacted file, which the British Government claims no longer exists, the same scientists that came so close to their objective by secretively evolving nucleotides in the DNA of Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Marc Scibilia, John Mayer, and the All American Rejects, achieved success with “The Nolf Child.”
One can only imagine his parents surprise the first time they woke up to one-year-old David playing blues on the piano their family had mysteriously won just the day before! Only to be followed by his rendition Santana’s “Evil Ways” on a guitar the Post Office had mistakenly delivered the next day!
Now, 22 years in the making, and after last summer’s opening for America at Artpark, followed by a solo performance at the University of Pittsburgh, people are waiting for Dave’s CD.
And there are others who are wondering if it will incorporate new technologies never seen before…