Groupies aside...my wife and I got some kind of kick in Ashland. He remembers Townes Van ...and also gives you what you need with the Dukes/
Bruce puts on a great local event spotlighting local talent. I'm never disappointed.
I love Missoula's Jazzoula jazz festival! The level of jazz musicians in this town will amaze some people. No surprise to me, though. I've been going for 11 years. Especially appreciate the relaxed setting. No requirement to sit in concert seating the whole evening. That's an option, but there's also the bar in the covered courtyard, snack bar at the back, room to dance and also table seating.
Plus, it's all-ages! I could go on & on. It is a great community event.
I've seen these guys before, and they are rock solid, and you'll love 'em! Get off your lazies and get out and see them when you get a chance. Bacon N Brew tomorrow at the Fairgrounds!!
The Trailheads from Salmon ROCKED!
Dude, it's not "Dragon Fruit Parfait". It's just "Dragon Parfait". Use your Google better.
LUTEFISK?? There's something a whittle bit FISHY about this post...
I love Yoga.
The breathing helped me immensely.
Realizing the connection between the breath and the mind was life-changing for me.
I thank the Art of Living Teacher who taught me this kriya yoga.
Frank Silberstein: Jewish and no tolerance for anything different? Pack your bags and go to Israel. You'll fit right in!
Yo Eric Mastbaum are you a turd pusher? Bread was not for faggots!
Soul Kitchen is a must see band coming up in Zootown.
Voodoo horse shoes and andrea harsell are also playing this event. With opening act Mike Cambel.
Yeah, i had my cock sucked many times on the sounds of Bread. My guy knew how to work me up that way. Great memories.
Did she get signed release forms for the pictures she took?
Yeah Robert, i can level with you. Same here, Bread was soft pop music, but you played it for chicks only and hid it when dudes came around. It was the way to the girls, and beyond. And we talking sex in the 70's!! Baby i am a want you!
He also wrote great songs like "Guitar Man" and his band Bread. Man, your music brought me loads of girls in the 70's!
They do a wonderful job! What an amazing group of dancers.
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