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Friday Fives - the independence of it all

Do you have any Independence day traditions? 

I guess it mostly depends if you are inviting me over for something, are you? There has been an accidental tradition of being at Grateful Dead shows in the 4th. 926 more words

Allman Brothers "Melissa"

Just felt like posting this song today.  You’re welcome.

American South

Tommy Talton’s Musical Legacy: Cowboy & We The People

One of the more unsung musicians of the 1960s and 1970s is Florida’s Tommy Talton, a guiding force behind influential bands such as We The People and Cowboy. 673 more words


Spinster, by Kate Bolick

Back in May I had the pleasure of meeting Kate Bolick, however briefly. She was one of 15 authors participating in Ladies First, an event organized by ladyfriend at this year’s Book Expo America . 310 more words

The Grateful Dead, Phish and the Allman Brothers are three of the greatest jam bands...

On Spotify, I’ve been listening to quite a lot of Grateful Dead. So far, I’ve listened to 5 albums by them. They are: The Grateful Dead (Self titled), Aoxomoxoa, Workingman’s Dead, Blues For Allah and Go To Heaven. 410 more words


Higher Than A Kite Can Fly

Bonus points if you can name the tune that contains that line…but first…

A good three and a half miles the other day.  The kind of run that when one is already feeling good makes you feel during the rest of the day that you really are higher than a kite can fly.   358 more words

Watch Gregg Allman's New Stirring Live Performance of 'I'm No Angel'

By Brian Ives 

With the Allman Brothers Band now retired for good, Gregg Allman is moving ahead with his solo career, and his next release will be the live CD/DVD package,  190 more words