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Hate to say it but Tom Brady is getting Ring #7.

No, I don't hate to say it.

Have to tell all, everyone I know in New England was rooting for Tom to beat Pat. Oh, did he ever....

Has any documentary been done on Putin's billion dollar palace?

I seen a pic and mention of this fabulous get away that Vlad has, but has there been any in-depth reporting on this?

The Infamous Stringdusters - He's Gone

What a great rendering of a great song. Well done, Dusters!


Sam Bush, Tony Rice - White House Blues

Enjoy the Bluegrass Magic.....


David Bromberg 1977 - Come Into My Kitchen


Woody Guthrie's students in 1972


The Dead got Woody's musical point and this is how I will always remember their sound....I've told my kids not to bury me, cremate me, and scatter my ashes on 288 Charleston Road. But play this song when you do it.....

On edit: What's really nice about this is, the Dead had an incredibly dense sonic delivery system. Brought to you by Ken Owsley. Soundboard guru and resident chemist for altered states of consciousness.

You had Keith and Donna and Ron playing at their best. And only Bill Kreutzmann drumming. Truly a great run for this version (my Favorite, actually), but they evolved......

Dead, Paris, France, 1972 Sing Me Back Home


The whole damn show is great....

Al Hirt and Pete Fountain - Basin Street Blues



What's the difference between the 1st and 2nd Impeachment of Donald Trump?

There will be a real trial now. And every Senator will have to go on record.

Wynton Marsalis - Jungle Blues

I know I probably posted this before, but this is really an awesome musical tour de force. It's a Jelly Roll Morton tune, but....wow, Wynton gets this exactly right. And, it looks like 200,000 people in Chile are really familiar with this song....


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