Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Celebrities Make Predictions in SHNS Super Bowl Poll

By E&P Staff

Published: January 31, 2007 4:10 PM ET

NEW YORK Scripps Howard News Service (SHNS) is once again conducting its "Celebrity Super Bowl Poll."

Participants in the 18th annual survey include actors Paul Newman and Sylvester Stallone, politicians John Kerry and John McCain, basketball star Dwyane Wade, tennis star Serena Williams, golfers Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, and others. The person who picks the winning team and most closely predicts the final score takes home the "Super Sage Award" trophy.

The winner will be announced this Monday -- soon after the big Sunday-night game between the Indianapolis Colts and the Chicago Bears.

Previous winners include Congressman Jack Murtha (2006), actor Dennis Farina (2005), and Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir (2004).

SHNS is marketed by United Media.

Monday, January 29, 2007

Cool new gear at

Also nicely mentioned in the latest Grateful Graphics newsletter is the following:
David Gans annual Grateful Dead marathon will take place this Saturday, February 3rd from 10am to 1am Pacific Time. You can dial it up in Northern California at KPFA 94.1 fm or in Fresno at KFCF 88.1 fm. For the rest of the country dial up the webcast via,, and Grateful Graphics has donated a limited number of gift certificates. If you are interested, please pledge either $50 or $100 and ask for your GG gift certificate.


Bob Weir and RatDog will play the following shows:

Friday, March 2 at the Landmark Theatre, Syracuse, NY
Show time is 8:00 PM. All ages are welcome.
This is a reserved seat show. Mail order tickets are
available at $40.50.
Taper tickets will be made available.
Saturday, March 3 at the Auditorium Theatre,
Rochester, NY.
Show time is 8:00 PM. All ages are welcome.
This is a reserved seat show. Mail order tickets are
available at $40.50.
Taper tickets will be made available.
First mail in dates for these 2 shows will be from
Monday, January 29 through Thursday, February 1.
A few more shows to go on this run so stay tuned.

The Crew of GDTSTOO
This is SWEET!
Queen Jane on someone's

Only slightly crazed here.
Contractors are busy busy. Before they can finish the new laundry room, they are replacing the water pipes in front of our house.
At the same time, they are getting the gas line piped over to where the BEAUTIFUL new stackable dryer will be placed.
I don't even (well rarely) do the laundry anymore, but I sure do love the looks & effiency of the new appliances! Just wait til Scott starts buying the new kitchen appliances. It's an exciting time. Well, before they dig into the kitchen, I have already baked and froze a bunch of heart shaped cookies for my favorite band. I always like to send cookies back when those guys play the Fillmore. The first time I did this was years ago-about 1998 or99, I guess? MK was still kind of new. I tried to bring a huge basket up the Fillmore stairs but the door guys/security told me "NO WAY!". I then went out to the gate and promptly found MK. Til then, I only knew him via email (he use to post sometimes on Deadnet),so it was the first time I actually spoke to him (what a relief he is as nice in 3d as he was in em) I told him that these were for him and the band and asked him to take them up the back. Instead, MK walked them through the front door with me tagging along. The security guys were all smiles and said "Yeah, YOU can't take them up, but HE can!" Since then either through a favorite crew member, band member or some entitled bandtourage, the cookies always make it upstairs.
It's not all about the cookies, I have other treats for my fellow line duty freaks...
See you in line!

Saturday, January 27, 2007

Nice review of the latest GD release over atBlogCritics

Thursday, January 25, 2007

Watch Bobby's newest movie!

It's Bobby's January 2007 Tourbus movie he performs along with some of the cutest kids this side of Hanson! Clickity click click RIGHT here!

****GDTSTOO Mail order info for Ratdog Spring tour can be found at

Have you visited the Cozy Shack blogyet? There's a lovely Stella Blue link over there.

Alan Hess has his Werewolves photos up (yummy!) at!

Who's in SF on the first?

Thats right .. 4onefunk and the Monophonics get down and jam at the legendary Boom Boom Room (Geary and Fillmore in SF) .. we'll jammin out with some fresh improv and boom bap funky hip hop grooves for that arssss ..

:: Featuring ::

** 4onePhonics **

Max Kane (turntable)

Colin Brown (keys)

Austin Bohlman (drums)

Teeko (turntable)

with guests

Kenny Brooks (saxophone - AlphabetSoup)

Conciet and TopR (mic - Strange Face)

and members of the Monophonics (

from GDSTOO:

Bob Weir and Ratdog will play the following shows:

Tuesday, March 6 at the Paramount Center for the Arts,
Peekskill, NY.
Doors open at 6:30 PM. Show time is 7:30 PM.
All ages are welcome. All seats are reserved.
Golden Circle mail order tickets are $74.00 per ticket.
(limited availability...)
Regular reserved mail order tickets are $54.00 per.
A taper section will be provided
Monday, March 12 at the Capitol Center for the Arts
at Concord, NH. Show time is 7:30 PM.
All ages welcome. All seats are reserved.
Golden Circle tickets (limited availability) are
$79.00. Regular reserved tickets are $42.00 per.
A taper section will be provided.
Tuesday, March 13 at the Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA.
Doors open at 6:00 PM. Show time is 7:00 PM.
All seats are reserved. All ages are welcome.
Mail order tickets are available at $39.00 per ticket.
A taping section will be provided.
Thursday, March 22 at the Classic Center, Athens, GA.
Show time is 8:00 PM. All ages are welcome.
General admission mail order tickets are available
at $38.00 per ticket.
Friday, March 23 at the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium,
Asheville, NC. Doors open at 7:00 PM. Show time is
8:00 PM. All ages are welcome.
General admission mail order tickets are available
at $38.00 per ticket.
Saturday, March 24 at the Memorial Auditorium,
Greensboro, NC. Show time is 8:00 PM.
All ages are welcome.
This is a reserved seat show. Mail order tickets are
available at $38.00 per ticket.
A taper section will be provided.
"First mail in dates" for all six shows will be Friday,
January 26 through Tuesday, January 30.
Obviously there are still some gabs in the schedule
so look for more information this coming Monday.


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Believe what I say
Just one thing that I gotta say
I need a miracle every day."

Robert Hunter

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Wednesday, January 24, 2007

From Tour!!!!

Spring Tour (3/16-17, 3/19-20, 3/23 TBA)

March 2 (Fri)
Landmark Theatre
Syracuse, NY

$38.00 (Rsvd)

March 3 (Sat)
Rochester Auditorium Theatre
Rochester, NY

$37.50 (Rsvd)

March 4 (Sun)
Palace Theatre
Greensburg, PA

$38 (Rsvd)

March 6 (Tue)
Paramount Ctr for the Arts
Peekskill, NY

$51-71 (Rsvd)

March 8 (Thu)
Beacon Theatre
New York, NY

$39.50-49.50 (R)

March 9 (Fri)
Beacon Theatre
New York, NY

$39.50-49.50 (R)

March 10 (Sat)
Beacon Theatre
New York, NY

$39.50-49.50 (R)

March 12 (Mon)
Capitol Center for the Arts
Concord, NH

$38-75 (Rsvd)

March 13 (Tue)
Orpheum Theatre
Boston, MA

$31-36 (Rsvd)

March 15 (Thu)
Springfield, MA


March 22 (Thu)
Classic Center
3631 days since last Athens show
Athens, GA


March 24 (Sat)
War Memorial Auditorium
Greensboro, NC
$35 (Rsvd)


David Gans - Jan 24, 2007 5:17 pm (#1188 Total: 1188)

The annual KPFA Grateful Dead marathon:

Saturday, February 3, 2007, 10 am to 1 am pst

Live music from the Waybacks; possible surprise guests.

Broadcast live on KPFA 94.1 fm in Northern California and KFCF 88.1 in Fresno CO
Webcast via,, and

Unreleased music from the Grateful Dead archive; highlights from the recent "American Beauty Project" shows in New York City; new music from Wake the Dead and others.

Live chat room hosted by Marc Evans

Many parties have contributed gifts for those who pledge support for KPFA, the nation's first listener-sponsored radio station. Featured premium will be Grateful Dead Live at the Cow Palace, New Year's Eve 1976, just released by Rhino Records.

More information available at

Host: David Gans


Straight from the Duck's bill:

For the first time back in 3 years!....

JEMIMAH PUDDLEDUCK 4/20 at the Sweetwater..... (that's a friday night).

tickets, announcements, officialness coming soon... meanwhile- spread the word!


Bob Weir, Los Lonely Boys head Scottsdale fest
By Jess Harter, Get Out
January 23, 2007
Ratdog, featuring former Grateful Dead member Bob Weir, and Texas trio Los Lonely Boys will headline the McDowell Mountain Music Festival, April 27-28 at WestWorld in Scottsdale.
Other performers announced Monday include New Orleans’ The Neville Brothers, reggae group Toots & the Maytals, Tea Leaf Green, Railroad Earth, Jackie Greene and Grace Potter & The Nocturnals.

Azz Izz, Walt Richardson and the Peaceful Warriors, 2 Tone Lizard Kings and Gelatinous Grove are among the local bands scheduled to perform.

Tickets, which range from $35 to $150, go on sale Feb. 5 at Ticketmaster .

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

We figured some more shows might materialize around
the Beacon, NYC run and here's the first evidence:

Bob Weir and RatDog will play the following show:

Sunday, March 4 at the Palace Theatre, Greensburg, PA.
Some 15 miles South East of Pittsburgh, PA.
Doors open at 6:45 PM. Show time is 7:30 PM.
All ages are welcome. This is a reserved only show.
Mail order tickets are available at $41.00 per ticket.

We'll call 'first postmark mail' through Friday, January 26

Best keep an eye on us. There are more shows in the works.

West Coast RatDog Tour: We're almost done with all the shows,
so keep an eye on your mail boxes and the Fedex man.
If you want to send in a last minute order, email or call us
to see about availability. The Fillmore show on 2.14 is
sold out.

The Beacon Run: We will start sending out Beacon tickets
early February. So far all orders received will be filled, but
for a few very late orders for the Saturday show.
Tickets are still available for the Thursday and Friday shows.

The Crew of GDTSTOO


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Monday, January 22, 2007

Sunday, January 21, 2007

HIPPY Bertha Sister Alexis!!!

Glowy was here and we had mucho fun! As you can likely tell by the amount of spelling errors and missing words in the last few posts. It's not that I can't spell, it's that my vision is so poor that I don't see the errors til after I publish. I'm usually in a huge hurry,so misspells are just left there.

Scotto's still in SoCal at the NAMM convention . I think the stories of Glowy & my adventures in SF will top anything that might have occurred at NAMM.
(((Safe travels to everyone on the road & in the air today!)))
Cute blogger story of winning tix to a Ratdog show. Clickit.Clickitgood!
In another blog, there's some love being shown for Masterpiece
And in the "You can't do anything without it being noticed" file, Mark Pitta reports a very recent Bobby sighting.

Saturday, January 20, 2007

Note to self: Gotta order the new Keller cd. The one with Bobby & Jackson Weir on it! WOOF!

Friday, January 19, 2007

What fun!
Missed Bobby- reportedly ill ((Senor!))
MK & friends did a great job- we had a blast!
(((MK singing Lovelight & Like a Rolling Stone-with a Rolling Stone!)))
There were notes up that said the event was videotaped to be released as a webcast in Feb!

Evening began with a buffet which was more of a dinner than appetizers. Then lots of stuff were autioned off. The most tempting item was Janis Joplin's self portrait, which went for only $800. There was a sldeshow and then one of the Blue Star Music camp scholarship girls came out and started the mousic off with a song. I don't have a setlist nearby. Lots of rocking! I danced until I got too sweaty (Reminder to self: No more wearing Velvet schmatas to music events!)

Bimbo's is an awesome venue!!! Everyone got hats, posters and heart shaped scented things (room freshners? soap?) Not sure what they are- havent taken the thing out of it's silky wrapper. Saw lots of friends last night, made a few new ones and am even more excited for my end of the West Coast run to start! !!!!!!!!

And here's a new link to go check out!
I still havent found out why I cant add new links to my blogroll?

Glowy is still here and we have stuff to do!


Thursday, January 18, 2007

Hippy Bertha Glowy!

Tonight celebrate with us via!!!

See you @ Bimbo's!!!

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Throwin' Bones episode 2 now playing!
Clicky Clicky Here!

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Hot damn, I just luv the uber intense J. Darks! I disagree with him on Wendy's book. I loved it! Got my copy autographed at Wendy's SF booksigning.
I'm actually in a very luvvvy mood today- found someone to cover housesitting, child & dog care for uslast night and wasted no time making reservations and buying tickets for the upcoming Seattle & Vancouver Ratdog shows! Yay! I've never been to Canada! And the Vancouver show is on Chinese New Year! And I won't need to take off anymore time from work to go since my school is closed for President's day. Very happy am I!

Sunday, January 14, 2007

Ah, sweet pix of Bobby at the booksigning-Clickity click here!

I enjoyed reading this bittersweet Rock n Roll grafitti blogspot entry.

Have you seen Steve Parish's website yet? Click on and go take a look. If Scott has time, he will go check out big Steve's booth at the NAMM convention next week.

Good news for folkies!
From CyberGrass:
The series of 24 one-hour programs explores the remarkable collection of music, spoken word, and sound recordings that make up Folkways Records (now at the Smithsonian as Smithsonian Folkways Recordings). The music of modern day giants like Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, and Ani Difranco is interwoven with original Folkways recordings to demonstrate the lasting legacy that Folkways Records has on popular music. Recent and archival interviews with Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Lead Belly, Mickey Hart, Studs Terkel, and others help reveal the remarkable human stories behind this equally remarkable collection. The series was produced by CKUA Radio in Alberta, Canada and originally aired in 1999.
To download the podcasts go to:

Saturday, January 13, 2007

Hippy Birthday Mark Karan!

Vibes for Peace slideshow- clicky here!
And also, Here are Mamarazi's photos from the same event.

Parle Vous Francais??. Definately, click that< the film!
The time does fly-
Saturday, January 13, 2007 1:40 PM CST
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More headlines:
Beckham Won't Play Again for Real Madrid

Graying Hippies Mark 'Be-In' Anniversary


SAN FRANCISCO - Their hair, once a symbol of youthful rebellion, is mostly gray. Bodies that writhed with wild abandon when a guru invited them to "Tune in ... turn on ... drop out" now sport stiff knees and age spots.

"How many of you are on acid right now?" rock critic Joel Selvin asked an audience of former hippies who turned out this past week to mark the 40th anniversary of the Human Be-in, the counterculture event that unofficially launched the Summer of Love. "How many of you are on antacid right now?"

In many ways, the '60s as we now know the era was born Jan. 14, 1967, when musicians, poets, visionaries, student radicals and wayward youth gathered in Golden Gate Park. It was the unofficial birth of the counterculture movement that defined San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury district, a prelude to the social and political upheaval that followed.

Those who were in the park that day agree neither they nor San Francisco have been the same since.

Part rock concert and literary event, part protest and mass consciousness raising, the Human Be-in was billed at the time as a "Gathering of the Tribes" meant to unite and stir up the various wings of the counterculture movement. Estimates of the number of people who cavorted on the park's Polo Fields that day range from 10,000 to 50,000.

The speakers and bands who appeared reads like a "Who's Who" of 1960s icons: LSD advocate Timothy Leary, poets Allen Ginsberg and Gary Snyder, comedian Dick Gregory, the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane.

By all accounts, psychedelic drugs were in plentiful supply, courtesy of a parachuter who tossed free doses to the crowd.

"Over the years, probably a dozen people have come up to me and said 'You guys were fantastic!' I say 'We weren't there,'" laughed David Getz, drummer for Big Brother and the Holding Company, the Janis Joplin-fronted band that was not on the lineup the day of the Be-In. "And they say 'No, I saw you!' Maybe they did."

By that summer, publicity about "the happening," as it was called, and the Monterey Pop Festival in June, had encouraged thousands more young idealists to head to San Francisco. Haight-Ashbury, just outside the park, was the flower child's Mecca.

At Tuesday's commemorative forum, sponsored by the San Francisco Museum and Historical Society, panelist Jim O'Donnell recalled the transformative days leading up to the Be-In, when he went from being an engineering student at the University of California, Berkeley, to a freewheeling Haight-Ashbury resident.

"My life turned from academia to sex, drugs and rock'n'roll _ unfortunately, not necessarily in that order," he said.

Like other panelists, O'Donnell and Getz remembered the Human Be-In as both the beginning and the end, an event that would be much duplicated but never equaled.

"The Human Be-in was a creation from within the San Francisco counterculture," Getz said. "The Summer of Love really was a creation of the national news media that befell San Francisco."

Selvin, the San Francisco Chronicle critic and moderator of the discussion, noted that many of the young people who flocked to San Francisco that year were not emotionally equipped to handle the raw experiences they encountered and "some of them wound up as debris."

But Peder Jones, an educational publisher who attended the Be-In, said that despite the drug-soaked atmosphere, "not every hippie wound up incapable and penniless."

"We ended up doing jobs that didn't exist when we started college. The idea of groups doing things together started to make sense," Jones said.

Some in the crowd reminisced about how they knew even then that they were living through extraordinary times that would resonate 40 years on.

"I was there and I enjoyed it immensely _ and miss it, as a matter of fact," O'Donnell said.

A service of the Associated Press(AP)
And in related articles clicky HERE to read more about the "Let's Get Stoned" era....
Thanks to Wharfie on Dot Org for this video- Sweetwater 19??

Thursday, January 11, 2007

Yay for Paul Liberatore!
A nice fresh article !!! Click that-> Weir helps make magic in a music bus
Or listen to Paul's podcast about it @

Bobby at MacWorld!

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

I found the following post/anecdote @

Why the Grateful Dead Turned Out for Pelosi

Certainly the most notable celebrity presence in last week's festivities for Nancy Pelosi had to be the Grateful Dead's Bob Weir.

The guitarist, along with bandmate Mickey Hart, played a show in honor of the new Speaker of the House, a fellow San Franciscan.

On Jan. 3, the duo stopped into a D.C. fete hosted by California congressional sisters Linda and Loretta Sanchez. While standing next to the dessert table, which sported a vanilla cake replica of the Capitol Building, Weir responded to a dare, leaning over and taking a big bite out of the dome.

“Didn’t use any hands, either,” Weir said later.

Pelosi has known the band “a long time,” he added, “and like all politicians, she can use all the help she can get. But the band is behind her politics all the way.”

Of the Dems reclaiming control of Congress, drummer Hart said: “We feel proud. Well, maybe. We have to see what they do.”

After all, as he acknowledged about politics over the last few years: What a long, strange trip it’s been.

“Indeed," Hart said. “But it could get stranger.”

Which may be why Weir, asked how he was enjoying his visit, said, “Can’t wait to get out of here.”
---By William Triplett in Washington.
What a crazy day! Scott had eye surgery and right before that, I got called from the high school nurse's office that they were sending Sash home until her immunization records were updated. I said,"Fine, send her home!" For whatever reason- they sent her back to class instead. I'm feeling good- Paul, the contractor was here measuring and getting ready to pull everything apart.
After surgery @ Stanford Medical center, we waited around for the meds and raced home. Scott got some goooood meds which further disabled him. I ran Sash to get her immunization stuff updated (or she can't return to school!) then hit Molly Stone's to find food for dinner. I'm just now winding down. I'll poke around see if anyone has news about that booksigning thing from yesterday. Someone told me the Ratdog at the Fillmore show is sssssssold out!
This is excellent news for us Hometown dogs! Woofin'!!!!

"Don't tell me this town aint't got no heart!"

This article on Keller Williams mentions that Bobby is playing on a new cd.

Tuesday, January 09, 2007

I drive by this bench almost everyday. Today, I finally had to snap a picture,
It's not a bus stop (how perfect would that be if it were?) but was made for and presented to the ancient crossing guard who has been stopping traffic so kids can safely get to school since forever.

Pelosi party mini blog
Press Democrat reports that

"On Monday, six Bay Area high school students sat down with former Grateful Dead band member Bob Weir to create, record and mix a song on Mac computers and studio equipment located in an RV in the north hall. It was part of the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus, which will be at the expo all week and open to the public."

OMIG! I want one!!!!!
What's freakin weird is the sample chatter they have up to demonstrate the phone is suppose to be a guy from my town (Belmont, CA.) and I know exactly the location they are talking about meeting.

Monday, January 08, 2007

Capricorns Rule!

Happy Bertha to Bill Graham & FLJen!

ARGH! More Blogger frustration! Seems I can't get my newest links to post on the side there---->
Well, til that gets worked out, here's a link to Mission Music!
an enterprise mr Scott has been putting together. Groovy to have everything come together right before the NAMM (National Association of Music Manufacturers convention in Anaheim. Scott will be heading there! He always just misses seeing BobStar. Maybe this year will be different?
If youre coming to SF and find yourself checking out all the awesomeness in the Mission, go by and say 'Hey' to Big Scott. He told me to tell you to use the special codeword (Ratdog) for a discount for any treasure you might like to purchase.
Speaking of NAMM-

Here's Bobby singing a sweet Masterpiecefrom the student gallery at last year's NAMM convention as part of his involvement with John Lennon Educational Tour bus.

Sunday, January 07, 2007

Ratdog podcast!

This is the first Ratdog podcast that I know of!!!
Go check out Throwing Bones Blog And then go to to hear it!

Great video- Big picture! that I can't embed so click that Grateful Dead to be honored... contains a bit of Bobby discussing that fateful NYE when he & Jerry started playing together.

Also @ google video is this 2+ hour Festival Tapes :The Grateful Dead & friends.
Shorter versions of the same film are on youtube, but easier to watch all at once on google's bigger screen!
I think this video might have been the inspiration for that SouthPark episode "Die Hippie Die".

oooh Kingfish ringtones?

lol Leahy needs a ride to Bonnaroo

Saturday, January 06, 2007

youtube- gotta love it!

A review of Grateful Dead Gear can be found @ Clicky here
from the

Luv this too-> Deadheads Infiltrating the US Government

A party reviewed by the Washington Post. My BIL's uncle & Aunt use to work for that rag...I wonder if they made it to the party???

Friday, January 05, 2007

If youre in the city for Mac convention - Don't forget about the book signing with Bobby on the 9th!
— Book Signing on Tuesday, January 9th, 3:45 - 4:30 p.m. with Bob Weir (Grateful Dead). The legendary singer, songwriter and guitarist will be on hand to sign copies of the newly released book, Come Together: The Official John Lennon Educational Tour Bus Guide to Music and Video. The book and accompanying DVD feature the products and solutions found on the Lennon Bus, chronicles audio and video sessions recorded on board with students of all ages, and includes interviews with celebrated musicians like Bob who have worked on board. Pick up a copy and get it signed!

And when that's over you might care to observe Joel Selvin's insights on the Gathering of the tribes and the Summer of Love Be inover @ the JCCC on California Street.

House Warming
And more pictures!

Glad it's Friday- this seemed like the longest 4 day work week ever. This morning at work all my fellow teachers came in to inform me with (He must be famous or important or a real good musician or something?) that they read my Bobby Weir played at the Pelosi party. Good to know my coworkers read the newspapers.

Thursday, January 04, 2007

Click here to check out Bobby @Pelosi Party! Thanks Tenn Jed!
At this moment Bobby and friends of Miss Nancy are romping it up in DC!!!
I'm so happy to know one of my favorite ladies, Leah Garchik is out there taking notes on the scene!! I look forward to reading tomorrow's report on tonight's party!!!\]

Wednesday, January 03, 2007

GDTSTOO For SF Ratdog!!!!

Bob Weir and RatDog will play the following show:
Wednesday, February 14 at the Fabulous Fillmore,
San Francisco, CA.
Doors open at 7:00 PM. Show time is 8:00 PM.
General admission. Mail order tickets are $38.00 per.
All ages are welcome. No babes in arms though.

We will consider January 4, 5 and 6 as first mail in dates.
West Coast Tour ticket availability:
Tickets are available for all shows. The Ventura VIP
tickets are sold out.

Beacon, New York ticket availability:
The Saturday show is almost sold out.
Tickets for Thursday and Friday, March 8 and 9
are still available.
Tickets are available for the show at the Fillmore
and for the Denver shows.

Information for all these shows can be found at
Thank you for all your cards and good wishes. We wish
you all the best in 2007, with hopes for plenty of music.

The Crew of GDTSTOO

"Sunshine daydream
Walk you in the tall trees
Going where the wind goes
Blooming like a red rose....."

Robert Hunter

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I'm on fiyo with this youtube stuff!
Here's the video that Bobby "filmed" in 1999 or maybe it was 2000? I went to 4 of them in 4 years. This was the last one that I know of.
Bobstar was entertaining folks in Union Square (SF) . It was Celebrity Scoop day for Ben & Jerry's- proceeds from the sales of scoops (Phil was scooping- That's a video for another time) . After Bobby played he was hanging out and graciously signing stuff for folks. I approached (hear the fear in my voice?) and asked if it would be okay to have a picture/vid on. He didnt mind but for that one big moment, no one was around to deal with the cam. I was disappointed but Bobby took the camera, pointed it at himself and me. I was elated. LOL, I didnt know til I got home that the entire length of video was about 3-4 seconds long. Still cool enough to share with all you freaks!

Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Ever catch your pet doing totally human things?
We were watching Buster dancing in rhythm to a Ratdog " Liberty". By the time we found our camcorder and adjusted the light, the song was 1/2 way over and the disruptions messed up Buster's perfect rhythm but here's the clip we did manage to film!

Monday, January 01, 2007

Happy New Year!

And what better way to start this new year out than by getting ready to purchase some Ratdog Valentine's Day Tickies?!!!