Friday, March 11, 2005

Spring Is Old Timey Hall Of Fame

Martin, bring yer tub. I promise, Sunday nite, I'll be awake, not like me n Zeke at Grass Valley where YOU had all the fun that night with FogHorn String Band. This is a must do for Larue. Damn!!!! GRIN

2005 Spring StrawberryMay 26-29, 2005

Poor Man's Whiskey, Anne McCue, Crooked Still, John Jorgenson, Bisquit Burners, Penny Lang, Old Blind Dogs, Railroad Earth, Marcia Ball, Susan Tedeschi, Due West, Old School Freight Train, Eddie from Ohio, Nashville Bluegrass Band, King Wilkie, Riders in the Sky, Kieran Kane, Kevin Welch & Fats Kaplan, Old Crow Medicine Show, Del McCoury2005

Burner's, Penny Lang, Railraid Earth, Due West, Old School, NBB-oh my god, NBB!, KING PHREAKIN WILKIE! Kieran Kane and Kevin Welch, OCMS-someone pinch me, NOT THERE DAMMIT, ZEKE!, but still . . . N Del. Tubdude, bring the tub, this fest is gonna ROCK under the pines, with jams . . . . . . Holy shit, not a bad act in the bunch . . . I've wanted to see Susan Tedeschi . . . . . NBB!!!!! Holy Shit!!!!!!!! Wait, maybe they'll be too polished for BerryFest! LOL JOKE EM!

Fall StrawberrySept 1-4 N this don't suck, either! GRIN

2005: Devil Makes Three Brian Joseph Paul Thorn Nathan John Reishman & the Jaybirds The Duhks Rhonda Vincent Suzy Boggus Houston Jones David Olney Subdudes Teresa James and the Rhythm Tramps Tim O'Brien Special Consensus Whit Smith's Hot Jazz Caravan Greg BrownThat's it for now...more to come....

Thursday, March 10, 2005

Of Gorilla's And Blood. Yo! SeeWatEymSaen?

And the FIRST Pick Goes To . . . . It's all about the Pinstripes, Baby.

Wednesday, March 09, 2005

SOME of you need help


Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Party Alert

Cuzapalooza

Monday, March 07, 2005

Use the Mesquite...

"Although your post-Korean barbecue belches may taste divine to you, I absolutely guarantee they will smell like a hot landfill to everybody else, including your girlfriend/boyfriend, fellow barbecue-eaters, the guy next to you on the subway, and anybody else within a ten-foot radius of your mouth."

Don Q's

The Wilders plus The Crooked Jades
Wed. March 9 at 8pm Tickets $8 adv./$10 door SEATED CONCERT - All AGES
THE WILDERS ARE THE MISWEST'S RAGING HONKY-TONKIN' STRING BAND ANSWER TO THE WAYBACKS. The Wilders, according to Nate Lipkins, writer for Seattle's Drunk By Noon: "This Kansas City quartet live up to the fiercer definition of their moniker. They play like the barn is on fire, the horses are gone, and they don't give a damn. With fiddle, banjo, Dobro, mandolin, guitars, and bass, they breathe fiery life into the songs of the Louvin Brothers, Monroe Brothers, Maddox Brothers & Rose, and, of course, the Stanley Brothers--hell, nearly every set of brothers except the Smothers--played like a high-wire family act. The Wilders aren't related, but if their playing is any indication, I bet they fight like they are." www.wilderscountry.com/ The Crooked Jades "Old-time string music that might appeal as much to the pierced generation as to their great grandparents, the Crooked Jades are a band of West Coast pickers with equal parts attitude and respect. They transform a form of music that thrives on energy by replacing the coal with musical nukes, along the way evoking the music's original purpose by making the listener want to get up and dance." Chicago Tribune, "Best CDs of 2002" Dave Royko. www.crookedjades.com

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