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‘Michigan seems like a dream to me now …’

I started off yesterday writing a thoughtful, elegiac piece referencing music. But the longer the day wore on, the more it wore me out, the effort of trying to be calm. 1,583 more words

Thinking, Or Ranting, Or Both

Day After Perspective

One of our many southern correspondents sent Kinky Friedman’s remarks about the election. Since the Bible tells us that all is vanity, Friedman is sounding 2k (there’s a syllogism in there somewhere): 309 more words

Novus Ordo Seclorum

Jew of Oklahoma

If you appreciate Kinky Friedman then you’ll certainly enjoy Mark Rubin of Bad Livers fame. The seamless confluence of many styles is an authentic distillation that marks this debut out for serious consideration, shot through with a wonderful self-deprecating sense of humor. 101 more words

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Willie, Kinky, and Ludwig Play Luckenbach

(Click image for a musical version of the sign)

Whether you’re hoping for cold beer, down-home music, or a sense of being part of a hallowed tradition, Luckenbach, Texas can fix you right up. 1,594 more words

Texas

The only currency I value is the coin of the spirit. That’s very important in my life. – Kinky Friedman http://ift.tt/28Y143y

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A happy childhood… is the worst possible preparation for life. – Kinky Friedman http://ift.tt/1OiNdp2

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Kinky Friedman @ The Bluebird Cafe / Nashville TN / November 10, 2015

You know that old conversation starter “If you were having a dinner party and could invite anyone, who would you invite?” Well, good old Texas Jewboy, musician and author, Kinky Friedman, would be on my list. 376 more words

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