September 29, 2017

don't point

I cannot stop laughing at the hilarious paintings of these fools.

September 16, 2017

September 10, 2017

Honey Lantree

Honey wails on the skins in 1965's Pop Gear, a.k.a. Go Go Mania.

Tobacco Road, Nashville Teens • Big Energy, Sounds Incorporated

September 2, 2017

Larry Graham and Dave Koz

I like to keep my posts short and sweet, but I need to gush for this one. I received a last-minute invite to see a legend perform at the cozy and wonderful Cabot Theater last night. It ended up being one of the best shows I've ever seen. The energy and talent were overwhelming and the audience participation was a blast. They had everyone singing, groovin', and clapping double-time at one point. Larry Graham, funk pioneer, was one of the original members of Sly and the Family Stone and invented the bass-slapping technique. He also collaborated extensively with Prince. Their renditions of Sly's and Prince's songs were perfection with Koz as the horn section with his sax. Prince was looking down for sure.

Graham playing bass with Sly and the Family Stone
Dave Koz with Postmodern Jukebox