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For Polack MSgt....since we got a "Mother Fuyer" in the WH

"Mother Fuyer" by Dirty Red 1947




(This is a song off a compilation CD I got for Xmas called "Eat to the Beat...the Dirtiest of them Dirty Blues)

Edit to add....Warning for language!

My favorite SNL Holiday Skit



This always cracked me up!

If you're looking for some "alternative" Christmas/Holiday music

Tune in online to Lightning 100 here in Nashvegas! Their holiday music has been on point so far today!

http://lightning100.com

One, of many reasons, modern "country music" sucks

This guy has a great YouTube channel, but this video made so much sense to me in the points he is making. Hope some of you enjoy!

Merry Christmas Fam!

To all of you here...much love! Enjoy my favorite Xmas song....and expect to see this same post closer to Xmas!

"Shake for me"



Featuring my favorite, and one of the greatest guitarists of all time! A little "Skydog" for your Saturday!

40 years ago today...this album was released




Here's a cool article that had some tidbits I had never heard about the band and the album.



http://ultimateclassicrock.com/blues-brothers-briefcase-full-of-blues/

John Prine-from his new album



Highly recommend checking out his new album "Tre of Forgiveness"...been playing it this am

Putting a little wolf in your day!

Mr Chester Burnett, aka "Howlin Holf", singing one of my favorite songs:

Favorite concert/concert memory

Would love to hear everyone's favorite or favorites when it comes to concert or concert experiences.

One of mine: Tom Petty/ The Black Crowes opening. I was visiting my best friend in DC and, as a spur of the moment thing, we drove up to Scranton PA for the concert. It was at an outdoor ampetheater and we had lawn seats but it was a memorable night. The Crowes played an incredible set followed by Tom who played for nearly two hours and he covered his entire career from the Heartbreakers to Willburys to his solo work...just an amazing show and well worth the drive to Scranton!
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