Saturday, September 30, 2006

Happy Birthday Robin Sylvester!

Are ya fifty-ish?
Then you might find this article interesting.

The following video Stolen right off Helena Bucket's blog!
I just could not help myself!

, if you are viewing a week's/months worth of blog on one page, try this: Play Tiny's video up to HIAB, then turn off the sound on her speaker and pause her screen.Then, scroll up and start the HelenaBucket's video, unpause Tiny's. See Tiny dance for the GD! Both vids should fit on the moniter.

Thursday, September 28, 2006

There's a Tiny Dancer in my computer!

Busy, busy, busy, these daze!!!
But, when I get the chance to settle down, I'll go over to's Fall Phantasy setlist game. You can sign up now- just find the link somewhere among my ever growing list here and click over to the home page there!

Woo hoo free music! Some Jerry, some Bobby- check it out clicky here
intriguing website over here!
Check out RocknRoll Grafitti

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Rex Bennie!

New Riders of the Purple Sage

Join us for a Special Musical Experience & Benefit for the Rex Foundation,

featuring an evening with


Saturday, November 18, 2006


The New York Society of Ethical Culture
2 West 64th Street at Central Park West
New York, NY 10023 Phone: 212-874-5210

5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Sound Check Party, including drinks, dinner and reception with the Artists

8:00 – 11:00 p.m.

Sound Check Party, Dinner and Premium Seating Concert TICKETS:
(All but $50 is tax deductible)

Sound Check and Reception Only (For holders of concert tickets)


Sound Check, Reception & Orchestra Concert Seating


Sound Check, Reception & Front Row Concert Seating


Concert Tickets Only: $35.00 available on TicketMaster

To order Reception, Dinner and Concert Tickets call 415-561-3135
or download the ticket order form
For more information, call 415-561-3134

Thank you for your support. We look forward to seeing you on November 18th.
Thanks to the Tooboarders who found this link Streams the Jay-z GD songs ..

LOL on the "Youre too kind!"

Ah Thanks to Countertop Chronicles for this!!! . EP from back when Bobby had a dark brown beard.
Go HeadCount!

Monday, September 25, 2006

Friday, September 22, 2006

L'Shana Tovah!

I think it's the year 5767, but I could be wrong...At any rate, Hippy New Weir to the weirld!
I'm not religious so won't be going to shul this or next weekend.

I don't even belong to a shul, but I teach at a JCC and since I teach 3 different classes, I light shabbat candles and sing blessings twice on Thursday and once on Fridays. Shabbat tunes & rhymes are usually stuck in my head thru the weekend.
Bringing in the light for Shabbat
Bringing in the light for Shabbat,
Put a little here, Put a little there.
Put a little light everywhere!
We're dressed up in our best cuz,
Shabbat comes like a guest,
we watch the candles shine
the prayer
very catchy stuff...

There's a blessing/song called Adon Olam that's popular around now. A woman named Lynn Gold has made a list of tunes that Adon Olam can be sung to, Uncle John's Band is on it . I can't imagine how that might sound?
On the topic of mixing Jewish things & Deadheadism. Here are a few articles that may interest some
Deadheads do Kabbalah, Jews mythologize Grateful Dead Seder
And also Why are there so many Jewish Deadheads?

Apples & Honey to all!


Bob Weir and RatDog:
We have started the ticketing process for the upcoming
tour. All orders received will be filled. It will take about
2 weeks to get it all done. We try and do this in as much of
a chronological manner as we can, but sometimes tickets
for a later date arrive before tickets for an earlier show get
to us, so not to worry about that.

Tickets are available for all shows and those of you who called
about the Buffalo shows, we have managed to secure some
more tickets, so you are welcome to mail in for those 2 days.
In other words, tickets for the Buffalo shows are available.

Thursday, September 21, 2006

Alan Hess has put up some photos from Rock The Earth Sunday in his gallery!

and here is a link to Minkin's pix- I can see part of my teeny lil head in one of those crowd pix..

And another new to me dead related sorta blog called

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Did you know that the Rex Foundation has not just a website but also has a BLOG!?!

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Happy Bertha today to Julie aka Graceful Dead from DNC!
Julie's been all over the US to see Ratdog. A few years ago she spent an entire season or was it 2(?) traveling to shows painted like a skeleton!! She's a great friend to many and I hope today is a good one for her. And here's her website ENJOY!

INow to segue to another great lady of rock & roll. Janis Joplin! There's a play about Joplin happening in SF called "Love Janis" If you go tonight to see it, please do keep in mind that it is Tie Dye Tuesday.

Here's a blog by one of the musicians who played @ the Rock the Earth Benefit on Sunday!

Monday, September 18, 2006

Once again, Mr Scott made plans without consulting me...I wasnt pleased but what could I say? One of his poker buddies had 49er Opening game tix for all. On my own yet again to a show. I figured the daughter would come along and maybe the birthday kid too, but nope, kids had stuff like homework they needed to do. A friend called from the park to let me know that dogs on leashes were okay! I wouldve liked to have shown off my beautiful Lilah (with her "coal black hair") but she'd have freaked out. She's not a "people dog" really just likes being home with her family.

Buster (today is his first anniversary of coming to live with us!) mightve been just fine but did I really want to have to schlep water & poop bags and where did we leave that leash?

Clock was ticking so I finally wrote out directions and jumped in the car.
I have been to McLaren once before around 1976 with my (then)boyfriend Joe (guitar Joe, his website is on this page with the links) We were there to see a band but I don't remember which band (hey maybe one MK was in back then? who knows? who can recall?) I remember sitting on a hill and after, passing the Cow Palace on the way home. The highway mightve changed thanks to Loma Prieta, but I found the Park. I turned down John Shelley Blvd- except for some parked cars and a handsome kid riding around in circles on a bicycle, the street seemed deserted.
I was just wondering if I should keep driving along when I recognized the bicycle kid as our own Jay Lane! No one better to ask how far down to drive! I was told I was close and to walk thru some trees to find the amphitheater. And so that's just what I did!
Once inside the amphitheater, I recognized the place from before though I don't remember the concrete theater, I did remember the hill.
The usual suspects and Bay Area Dogheads were out in full force (except for Scott). The crowd was light.
Every view was a good one.
A band was on stage playing one U2 song after another. I mentioned to a friend that the lead singer had a kinda Bono thing going on with the hat & glasses and the lead guitar had a hat like the other guy in U2. When they got to the 4th U2 song, I finally figured out that they must be a cover band (oh!). Zoo Station was the name so there ya go!
Wandered around for a bit during the setbreak not a lot of boothes but still nice to browse and visit with everyone from Mazzy, Paulyy, JB (from Grateful Graphics) & Alan to Reisha, Bahamashead & Vera. Kemmie brought her twins. Looking good in the new tie dyes, Kem!
MK, Jay, Robin , DG & others(Pete Sears!) hit the stage as MK & Buds and lots of rocking going on. Dear Mr Fantasy was a good choice for the venue, I thought. There was 'Hey Pocky Way" and "Noize has gotta go" too. They didnt play as long as I wouldve liked to hear them but it was cool set despite a few tech probs at first.
Next up was (I'll need to look up the name) aother one of those hot lil jambands that feature a fiddle player. Been seeing more and more of these. Ala SCI? Nice but don't know why they seemed to have been on stage longer than Buds?
At last David's Rubber Souldiers came on! I loved the Beatles covers and Birdsong.
For a setlist & proper names of those that sat in check out David's Rubber Souldiers page! I hear that Peter recorded the show (Hopefully the MK & Buds portion too!). By the time Dave Nelson came on, I had to get home. All in all a fun sunny afternoon!

How do we get Ratdog into this line up?
I miss Amsterdam!

Slap on the wrist for JP Barlow?. Sure took long enough to get that day in court.

Sunday, September 17, 2006

Thank you to Benchmusic blog forthis "How does it feel?" video. Getting me so in the mood for the upcoming Weirbacks shows!!
Tony's pix can be viewed @
and his main blog is @ Everton !
But first....
This very afternoony, is Rock the Earth concert over in McLaren park!
MK & Buds and the Fabulous David Gans are among the musicians playing today!
El Senor Scott is at the 49er game (grrr) but perhaps one or both kids will accompany me .
Doubtful I can lure the birthday boy ((Noah)) off his new computer or tear Princess ((Sash)) away from the telephone..but I'll try.
see ya there!

Saturday, September 16, 2006

No telling how this ended up on youtube??...
I've got a weakness for piano bars.
Ended my first date with ole Scotto at a piano bar. I can still remember the epic hangover,
No better place to tie one on at as you can see in this vid..

Happy Birthday today to Ms. Maile!!!
Which groovy cruise picture of her to post?

Friday, September 15, 2006


Videos of Bobby sitting in with Jelly can be viewed @!
Here's one from there now!

It's Rock The Earth!

I have never watched "Survivor" but if someone on it is said to be a cross between "Caine" from the old show "Kung Fu" and Bob Weir, then you know, I might have to check that out.

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Hardly Strictly Bluegrass schedule!!

More Labor day Dog pix up on Wood's page!!

Just a few weeks to go!

Here is the performance schedule from the 2006 Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival. If you have questions, please check out our Frequent Questions page.

Fri Oct 6 (10:30am - Noon & 3pm - 6pm)

The morning (10:30 - noon) is a special educational program for local schools (and the general public) as part of the Daniel Pearl Foundation Music Days.

Banjo Stage
10:30am Samantha Robichaud
11am Alex Hargreaves
11:30am P.M.W.
3pm Jimmie Dale Gilmore & Butch Hancock
4:15pm Elvis Costello - Solo & w/ the Hammer of the Honky-Tonk Gods

Sat Oct 7 (11am - 7pm)
Banjo Stage
11am The Nashville Bluegrass Band
Noon Alison Brown Quartet with special guest Joe Craven
1:05 Banjo Extravaganza w/ Bill Evans, Tony Trischka & Alan Munde
2:15 Barbary Coast Cloggers
3:05 Earl Scruggs
4:25 Gillian Welch
5:45 Steve Earle & The Bluegrass Dukes

Star Stage
11:15am The Devil Makes Three
12:15 Allison Moorer
1:15 The Stairwell Sisters
2:25 Austin Lounge Lizards
3:35 T Bone Burnett (Electric set)
5:15 Jerry Douglas & The Best Kept Secret

Rooster Stage
11:00am Scott Miller & The Commonwealth
Noon Kelly Willis & Bruce Robison
1:10 Todd Snider
2:20 Songwriter Circle w/ Steve Earle, Billy Bragg, Guy Clark & Verlon Thompson
3:40 Guy Clark & Verlon Thompson
4:40 Billy Bragg

Arrow Stage
11:10am The Opera Dukes
11:55 Dry Branch Fire Squad
12:50 Laurie Lewis & The Right Hands
1:45 The Pine Leaf Boys
2:45 Chatham County Line
4:05 Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver
5:20 The Avett Brothers

Porch Stage
Noon Jeffrey Luck Lucas & The Sorrows
12:45 Etienne de Rocher
1:30 Annie & The Vets
2:15 Danny Barnes Collective
3:00 Heidi Clare & AtaGallop
3:45 Jon Langford, Rico Bell & Sally Timms of The Mekons
4:30 Kemo Sabe

Sun Oct 8 (11am - 7pm)

Banjo Stage
11am Poor Man's Whiskey
11:35am Dale Ann Bradley & Coon Creek
12:30 Hazel Dickens
1:50 Tim O'Brien's Cornbread Nation w/ Special Guest Mollie O'Brien
3pm Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder
4:20 The Del McCoury Band
5:45 Emmylou Harris

Star Stage
11am The Steel Drivers
11:45am Jody Stecher & Kate Brislin
12:50 Chip Taylor & Carrie Rodriguez
1:55 Freakwater
3:15 Drive-By Truckers
4:45 North Mississippi Allstars

Rooster Stage
11am Four Year Bender
11:55am Kevin Welch & Kieran Kane & Fats Kaplin
12:55 Iris Dement
2:05 Alejandro Escovedo
3:20 The Coward Brothers
4:25 Richard Thompson (Solo Acoustic)
5:45 Robert Earl Keen

Arrow Stage
11:15am Ramblin' Jack Elliott
12:15 T Bone Burnett (Bluegrass set)
1:20 Flying Other Brothers
2:25 Hot Tuna (acoustic)
3:45 Richie Furay
5:05 The Waybacks w/ Special Guest Bob Weir

Porch Stage
11am The Wronglers
Noon G.E. Smith
12:45 Keystone Station
1:30 A.J. Roach
2:15 Willy Mason
3:00 The Lee Boys
3:45 David Gans Trio
4:30 David Berkeley

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Stevie/Waybacks emails are too funny!

Here's the latest:


Things are getting strange out there, folks. Or maybe not. One way or the other we've clearly lost perspective. And it's not caffeine abuse, either ... as you know, we leanted THAT lesson the hard way. Perhaps it's just road fatigue. Festival season always means preposterous routing, and we simply do whatever it takes to get to from summertime festival to summertime festival all over North America. Necessarily that means too much sedentary time sitting in mechanical conveyances of various typestoo much greasy food (one restaurant chain has decided to cut to the chase and simply offer on their menus Fried Item # 1, Fried Item #2, etc), and too little sleep. Oooo, that's a wicked combo. It means too much time to notice What's Going On Out There.

Strangeness starts happening at the beginning of each tour. It starts at the airport. We wonder how TSA (Transporation Safety Authority, although travelling musicians regularly refer to them as "Tears Sh** Apart") can see explosive potential in possible combinations of toothpaste, perfume and hair goo when there are invariably dozens of soda cans onboard the plane and Mentos are readily available in every airport gift shops. Don't they KNOW? We admit that we take no small measure of passive-aggressive delight in carrying Mentos right onto a soda-laden airliner. It's one little way us lefties can feel like we're really Sticking It To The Man.

Perhaps we spend too much time in airports altogther, and that this contributes to the apparent Great Strangeness out there. Perhaps it starts with having read too many perfect-for-long-airplane-trip novels written by Dan Brown. Perhaps you really should expect everything else to seem strange when the inadvertent psychological cocktail of DaVinci Code, Fried Items and glassy-eyed road fatigue make you start believing you can read secret messages in the bug splatters on the windshield of your rented vehicle. Fair enough. We've all done that, right? But should it seem odd that the model name of that motor vehicle is "Contour?" What kind of name for a car is that? Doesn't that sound more like a novelty item one might find in a truck stop men's room? ("Probe" falls into the same category, and the three older Waybacks eschew that particular rental car absolutely whenever possible.) And speaking of truck-stops, is it really really odd that truck stop gift shops, of all places, should always be packed to the rafters with creepy half-lifesize bride dolls in full regalia? That ain't right. Good heavens, haven't we all seen that Karen Black And The Zuni Warrior Doll movie-of-the-week from the mid-70s? Don't we know by now that nothing good comes from having small faux-humanoids lying about? Too, the linkage between truck stops and creepy dolls eludes us altogether. And we're grateful for that. But did something happen to the country that we somehow missed this last 5 years we've been on the road? Or do we just need a nap?

Uhhhhh .... 5 years ... airports ... truckstops .... where were we?

Oh yes! The last 5 years have certainly seen a disturbing trend toward over-automation in airport and restroom washroom design, we can tell you. We're certain that the newfangled infrared-operated devices have reduced the chances of catching many exotic jungle diseases, but folks, when the electric eye don't work, homie don't get no water or towels. On more than one occasion we have found ourselves waving frantically at faucets, hand dryers and paper-towel dispensers like the robot on Lost In Space. It is most undignified.

Lost In Space .... uhhhhh ...... zzzzzzzzz ....

Right! Navigation! Navigation is always on our minds. Getting from Noontime Squat-And-Gobble to Venue Du Jour to Midnight Mini-Mart to Inevitable X-Files-Lookin' Motel in a timely fashion is always of great concern to touring bands like us, and friends, we have seen the intrusion of Strangeness there, too. We finally got fed up with MapQuest and Yahoo (aptly named) giving us funky directions, and all too often ending us up in M. Night Shyamalan-ville, so we got ourselves one of them fancy GPS units. This one talks. Oh, lots of them talk, sure ... road pal David Gans (see photo at bottom of home page) tells us that whenever he ignores the prescribed route his GPS groans rather peevishly, "Oh, all right ... ... recalculating ... " Well, peevish is one thing. But we think that consumers have a right to know when they are buying the Tourettes-enabled model. We Waybacks found out too late. We'll spare you the details.

But this summer hasn't been all strange. We've had tons of wonderful gigs and have met many, many wonderful people. One feller we didn't actually meet, but who nonetheless sticks in the collective memory was the somewhat over-served young festivarian who staggered up to our merchandise table after a show and was crestfallen to discover we couldn't sell him a Coors. "You're all out of beer? WHAT KIND OF FESTIVAL IS THIS?!?" Somehow we found this delightfully normal and reassuring. We miss that guy.

Stay awake, now. Here's the gigs:

Thu - Sat, Sep 14 - 16
Winfield, KS
Dan Crary, Tommy Emmanuel, Stephen Bennet, Pete Huttlinger, Byron Berline, The Greencards, The Wilders, Steve Kauffman, Marley's Ghost.

Mon, Sep 18
Memphis, TN

Wed, Sep 20, 9:30pm
Nashville, TN
Showcase at The Cannery Ballroom.

Thu, Sep 21
Minneapolis, MN
With The Wilders!

Fri, Sep 22
Madison, WI
With our pals and agency-mates The Wilders.

Sat, Sep 23
Chicago, IL
With The Wilders.

Sun, Sep 24
Ann Arbor, MI
Opening for Dave Alvin. Dave's new album leads off with a wonderful song called California Bloodlines, written by our pal, the incredible John Stewart.

Tue, Oct 3
Chico, CA
With Bob Weir .... The Weirbacks ride again!

Wed, Oct 4
San Francisco, CA
With Bob Weir .... The Weirbacks ride yet again, again.

Sun, Oct 8
San Francisco, CA
With Bob Weir. The Weirbacks join a truly astonishing roster of musicans for this huge, free festival in Golden Gate Park. The lineup so far includes Elvis Costello, Earl Scruggs, Hot Tuna Acoustic, Flying Other Brothers, Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, Robert Earl Keen, The Del McCoury Band, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Iris DeMent, Four Year Bender, Hazel Dickens, The Steel Drivers, Billy Bragg, Dale Ann Bradley & Coon Creek, Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle & the Bluegrass Dukes, Drive-By Truckers, Laurie Lewis & The Right Hands, Tim O'Brien's Cornbread Nation with special guest Mollie O'Brien, Kelly Willis & Bruce Robison, Kevin Welch, Kieran Kane & Fats Kaplin, The Devil Makes Three, Chatham County Line, Alejandro Escovedo, Jerry Douglas & Best Kept Secret, Gillian Welch, Scott Miller & The Commonwealth, Guy Clark & Verlon Thompson, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Allison Moorer, The Austin Lounge Lizards, Alison Brown Quartet, Nashville Bluegrass Band, The Pine Leaf Boys, Dry Branch Fire Squad, Richard Thompson, The Lee Boys, Todd Snider, North Mississippi Hill Country Revue, Banjo Extravaganza with Bill Evans, Tony Trischka and Alan Munde, Jody Stecher & Kate Brislin, T Bone Burnett, Heidi Clare & AtaGallop, Chip Taylor & Carrie Rodriguez, Willy Mason, Linda Ronstadt & Ann Savoy, The Avett Brothers, Richie Furay, Danny Barnes Collective, Annie & The Vets, SF Opera Bluegrass Dukes, The Stairwell Sisters, Poor Man's Whiskey, Etienne de Rocher, Freakwater, A.J. Roach

Thu, Oct 12
Red Deer, AB

Fri, Oct 13
Edmonton, AB

Sat, Oct 14
Calgary, AB
Strathcona Community Center / 277 Strathcona Drive SW / (403) 287-2299

Thu, Oct 19
Lake Worth, FL
25 South J Street
Folks in Florida know about airport woes. "When we pass on, we have to route through Atlanta."

Fri - Sat, Oct 20 - 21
Live Oak, FL
Sam Bush Band, Donna the Buffalo, Peter Rowan and Tony Rice Quartet, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Jim Lauderdale Band, The Duhks, The Greencards, Big Chief Bo Dollis & The Wild Magnolias, Herring Rodgers & Sipe with Mark Van Allen & Neal Fountain, Drew Emmitt Band, Joe Craven, The Lee Boys, Oteil & The Peacemakers, Old School Freight Train, Blueground Undergrass, David Gans, The Overtakers, Dread Clampitt, Redheaded Stepchild, Big Cosmo & The New Traditionals, Scramble Campbell.

We might very well be in New England the end of October. Stay tuned to the Gig Page for updates and details.

Well, there's certainly plenty in this email to trigger even the most forgiving of spam fliters, so if you didn't receive this message, please just email us and we'll be glad to send it to you again. .

Come see us soon, because we plan to sleep all of November. And remember, a vote against Pluto is a vote for the terrorists.

Safe travels, compadres.

Zzzzzzzz .............

Stevie Coyle
New album "From The Pasture To The Future" available online at


Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Thanks to Tie Dye Tim for directing me to this!

Divine intervention ? Bobby causing scheduling conflicts for this group of Tarot readers.

Jay Lane interview part 3!

Mazzy's pictures from the stroll are up on Dot Org!

Monday, September 11, 2006

for the supplements & bonus features!

New to me blog with GD contentIsle of everywhere

And the first set of pix from yesterday is on Soup
-in the comments by Drummer Girl.

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Hippy Berthaday OxfordRobintourgirl!

Hope it was a wonderful day!
We celebrated for you by dancing to the music of Alphabet Soup which included Kenny, Jeff & Jay.
You'd have loved the festive atmosphere. The Solano Stroll is a very big street fair . Which is located where the city of Albany meets Berkeley. All along Solano there were boothes and pockets of musicians.
We had no idea where the Soup was going to be playing. We just chose a direction and flowed a few blocks downhill.
My cell phone rang and I answered to hear the sound of one of the Band of Brothers' rap, (Band of Brothers are the rest of ABC Soup that arent also in Ratdog).
One half block later, there we were- arrived ! Had fun bopping to the music- despite being directly under the hot sun, the guys were great!
Kemmie & Dave took pictures- so you will soon see how fun it was!

and another blogger describes Bob Weir Day

Saturday, September 09, 2006

Bobby sit in with Jelly 9/08/06, Larkspur

Goes to show, you don't ever know

Now, I know I had placed myself under restriction from running off to venues where rumoured Bobby appearances
are supposed to take place...but after a long week setting up my classroom and going to meetings about administrivia, programming, security and curriculum, I was happy just to hear live music. So, this once, after hearing a rumour from a most reliable source, I got in touch with the Kemmiestar. Before I knew it, we were roaring across the Golden Gate Bridge on our way to Larkspur (fantastic little town). A turn here, a turn there and voila the Larkspur cafe theater (or is it the theater cafe?).
We paid the ticket and stumbled into the theater and there he was Senor Bobby on stage with a Marin band called "Jelly", finishing up Chinacat Sunflower!!
Larkspur theater is really tiny. A spirited audience was already bopping along (some dancing on chairs!) to the beginning of a rousing I Know You Rider. We saw Mazzy and stood by him- he had his big camera and so there will photos. After that Bobby stuck around for a rockin Deal. Then faster than you can say "Woof" he was out of there. It was only a few songs but it made us soooo happy to hear & see him play. Those guys in Jelly were sounding pretty good too. You can listen to them clicky here
What a treat!
I'll be smiling all weekend after that.

Friday, September 08, 2006

Hey! Dave Ellis at Jupiter tonight!

Patience....more on the way!

A few Labor day party details on this guy's blog

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Bob Weir and Ratdog:
Tickets are available for all shows on the October/
November tour. All orders will be filled. We expect
to start the ticketing process in the 3rd week of September.

One wrinkle: NJPAC, Newark: We only have some 3rd tier
tickets left at $51.00, and some 4th tier tickets at $41.00.
Best do the double money order routine.
NICE! Jay Lane Interview PT 2

From Leah's column (we can always count on Leah):

"P.S.: Bob Weir and RatDog played at Bob Pritikin's Labor Day shindig. Noting that brownies served had come from a Grateful Dead recipe, Ronnie Schell said, "Rock Med is in the parking lot.'' (On that note, the Libertarian Party's primary candidate for lieutenant governor is Lynnette Shaw, founder of the Marin Alliance for Medical Marijuana, and also the Marijuana Peace and Hemp candidate. She has been endorsed by Willie Nelson.) "

Musical talents apparently DO get passed along asa family trait!. Check it out!

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Nice tribute to GD @ The Walrus speaks

Found a new blog belonging to a - music lover in London

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Happy Birthday to My Dad!
He's with mama on a cruise in Norway!

The wonders of technology!
Here's Ratdog on YouTube from yesterday's Pritikin party!

Back into the classroom for me this morning! Setting up the room and going to meetings all week!
I have 2 new age groups as well as the regular 3 day program, I'm the new "Mommy & Me" teacher for parent participation toddlers groups....this should be interesting!

Monday, September 04, 2006


The Waybacks w/ special guest Bob Weir

Wed, October 04, 2006

At Slim's:
333 11th Street
San Francisco, California

Showtime: 8:00 PM (Doors: 7:30 PM)
Ticket price: $25
Tickets available on-line at:,
All Ages

Saturday, September 02, 2006

Just watched JamCam's Jerry's Birthday Bash DVD!
Lot more professionally done than I expected!
A thrill to go back a year and see some highlights from that weekend!
The Codetalkers were as awesome as I remembered.
Last year, I missed Scott during the SOTM .
It was lovely to be able to watch it with him.
The sound on the dvd is great!
Some of the cams panning out to the audience is dizzying but we froze the screen a few times and I was able
to find myself and friends to show Scott.
We enjoyed the interview sequences also very much.

Friday, September 01, 2006

Part 1 of an interview with Jay Lane is up on org!!!

This is fun!
I already had it on video but am happy to direct you to it atCasetta
Screamin' Jay and Bob Weir of The Grateful Dead joining Bongwater with The Pussywillows singing back-up performing a 13th Floor Elevators song.