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Discussion in 'RD's Lounge' started by BONER, Jan 4, 2018.
...Cum on feel the noizelol....
... seems like only yesterday when Piano Peggy had the masters or an acetate of Crosby Stills and Nash‘s first album ...pre release...her job was to write out the recorded music on to music charts... she had perfect pitch and could hear every note and write it down...Peggy was known to get a little frisky...and she let one of the radio stations in Los Angeles and I believe it was KPPC play the entire album...
...I forget what record label owned the album but the head of the record label said he was going to have Piano Peggy killed...apparently he didn’t carry out his threat as she is still alive today...I am leaving her last name out of it because her brother is still a Superior Court Judge and I don’t know how his sense of humor runs about some of his sisters former antics and there were plenty...
Love this vid!
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I have been listening to this podcast lately funny as hell.
Very very cool doc! Jack White. Got lucky! Then they played the weight by the band,. Love it!
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My favorite drink of all time. Drank gallons of it living in Europe. Badass song by the greatest punk band of all time.
Did you stream Peach Fest on Nugs.tv, they had it for free. The Phil and Friend set right after this set was pretty good.
The original Steve-O
Men at work ; who can it be now
50 years ago...
Damn, I remember my mom putting on Creedence records when I was a little kid. Pops always had one of those ginormous stereo cabinets.
Got many ass-whoopin's for touching it!
Yup, still a badass.
Going out to prep for tomorrow @ the RIVAAAH!
Prep inspiration music,
I’m a big Jack White fan.
I think he’s one of the most underrated musicians out there.
But I also think he kind of likes it that way?
Introducing the daughter to some NIN...
My baby's coming home.
Watch & listen to "The Chain" as sung by The Highwomen and their band
Very nice looking and sounding women: Brandi Carlile, Maren Morris, Amanda Shires, and Natalie Hemby perform their cover of Fleetwood Mac’s hit song in the Stern Show studio.
Love these drum covers.