A "When life hands you lemonade . . ." deal.
New meaning for "Sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll".
I didn't know the inspiration was a Fellini movie.
Why B. B. King called all his guitars "Lucille".
Good to read about a little class shown by entertainment stars.
That would be too bad. I really like Spotify.
But I expect that if it did go away, there'd quickly be excellent replacements.
They're not easy, and they're not exactly the same as they used to be, but there are still ways, even with very cheap downloads.
I don't share the author's optimism that "naysayers" on the Dead can be convinced. But maybe younger music fans can benefit from the history.
(Includes an amazing explanation for why "[t]oward the end of his life, Garcia would never speak during a concert".)
"Dangerous"? I didn't know.
In honor of the album’s 50th anniversary, we present you with a song-by-song synopsis of one of rock’s most enduring debut albums.
Now music fans, we're talking: Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats.
Encore: Mr. Rateliff and his band on the Jimmy Fallon show.
(They're really big in Denver. Hello to my readers in Denver.)
Links courtesy of my older daughter.