just got to love it the godfather of metal here and he likes brittany spears and admits it jsut goes to show open minded people prosper more than closed.. keep it up BOB You RULLE !!!
Mr. Bob..... Ms. Leathers says..."nice!"
Thank You Kristine:)
Sorry you missed Screamin' Jay Hawkins. Saw him the summer of '86 in San Luis Obispo.
He put a spell on us. It was wonderful to see a performer who was so clear about what his music and talent were about.
One of my favorite people and classmate from Meadville, PA! Wish I knew how to get in touch with him, great guy! Shelley
Steven...You mention you'd have liked to see the Faces live. I got to see them twice. Oh La La, they rocked. To this day they are one of my all time favorite bands.
Man, I love Odetta! Will try and check you out Ivy.
This is one of the most intriguing 9 questions in a long time.
Very interesting and eclectic choices in music. Well done.
Ummm....Any of that Colombian left ???
He's one of the most intelligent and hardest-working people I have the pleasure of knowing.
NOOO reason to feel guilty about liking T-Rex and 70s glam rock. None!
I love that girl.
Gentlemen's Clubs.....wow..that's really....cool?
Ah creeping critter I echo your sentiment. our weather people can't get the weather right but sure have a lot to say about how well others do their jobs...
I know this comment is quite out of context. I was wondering(not in reference to Chuck but any meteorologist) why is it that 15-20 years ago the weatherman was able to forecast 5 days of weather rain, snow, sunshine accurately and the past twenty so years it's almost always touch and go with what's accurate? I've seen 2 day forecasts that are inacurate. No offense was just wondering if there has been some other change in methodology besides more scientific and better technology something that we missed? thanks!
by googling 'hoofbone', i was led to this article about the talented doug levy. i am proud to have been in the art wellsby trio featuring the dyanamic stylings of Hank Porcino, aka Doug Levy.
I was lucky to have a friend introduce me to Andy Hersey's music a few years ago. He's a great songwriter and performer. have Andy's CDs and have seen him perform a number of times, solo and with the band (The Steakout in Sonoita, the Red Garter in Tucson). In fact, people have decided to keep my CDs when I play them and I've had to purchase my fifth set recently. :-) I can't wait to see him perform live again! I hope he continues writing and performing because I can't seem to get enough.
I am pleased and honored to have been in two of the bands that dragged down Doug's college career! Thanks for the kind words, Doug!
thanks for the photo by Patricia Katchur too!
Hip as shit! Love this woman.
Nice to read one of these that doesn't come off like the subject had been *rehearsing* for it...
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