In Brief: Elvis, Grateful Dead
Elvis hits Number One, Dead come alive and more
26,000 fans can't be wrong
Elvis Beats the Beatles
A remix of Elvis Presley's "A Little Less Conversation" by Dutch DJ JXL sold 26,000 copies last week, according to SoundScan, making it the best-selling single of the week . . . The Grateful Dead will release the four-CD live album, Steppin' Out With the Grateful Dead: England '72 next Tuesday
Alanis Morissette filed a cybersquatting lawsuit against alanis.net on July 1st accusing the site of selling various products without authorization . . . Elvis Costello and the Attractions, the Clash, the Police, Iggy Pop, Patti LaBelle and Foreigner are among the artists who will be eligible for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 2003 class .
Ray Charles will perform "America the Beautiful" at the Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular in New York City on the thirtieth anniversary of his classic recording of the song . . .
Michael Jackson and Sony/ATV have acquired the rights to Acuff-Rose music publishing, giving them control of more than 50,000 country and rock classics, including tunes by Hank Williams and Roy Orbison . . . Mos Def will appear in The Italian Job, a remake of a British film, which will begin shooting later this year . . .
Bob Dylan, Stone Temple Pilots, Blues Traveler and Alison Krauss and Union Station are among the acts who will play select dates on Harley Davidson's Open Road Tour, a ten-city outing that begins on July 19th in Atlanta . . .
East Troy, Wisc., officials have changed their minds and will allow the Grateful Dead's "Terrapin Station" reunion concerts, set for August 3-4 to take place; the shows will reunite surviving members Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart And Bill Kreutzmann for the firs time in seven years
Ted Nugent will release his next album, Craveman, on September 24th; the Motor City Madman will begin a two-month tour tomorrow in Clinton, Indiana . .
Patsy Cline tribute to feature covers of her twelve best-known songs
Michelle Branch, Norah Jones, Diana Krall, k.d. lang, Lee Ann Womack and Natalie Cole have recorded songs for Remembering Patsy, a Patsy Cline tribute album to be released later this year on MCA. The release will be roughly timed to coincide with what would have been Cline's seventieth birthday, September 8, 2002
The tracks for Remembering Patsy will be the dozen songs initially selected for her 12 Greatest Hits album, which had sold more than 9 million copies and spent 766 weeks on Billboard's Country Albums chart.
Krall takes on what is decidedly Cline's most popular song, the Willie Nelson-penned "Crazy," which forty-one years ago crossed over onto the pop charts, climbing as high as Number Seven. Legendary Nashville scribe Hank Cochran had the best luck writing for Cline. Four of his songs made Cline's 12 Greatest and are being re-cut for Remembering Patsy: "She Got You" by Lee Ann Womack, "Why Can't He Be You" by Jones, "I Fall to Pieces" -- co-written with Harlan Howard -- by Cole, and "You're Stronger Than Me," by an as-yet-confirmed artist. Branch will take on "Strange," a song penned by Mel Tillis and Fred Burch, while lang sings Wayne Walker's and Webb Pierce's "Leavin' on Your Mind."
The performers for the other six songs, which include "Walkin' After Midnight," "Sweet Dreams," "Back in Baby's Arms" and others, will be confirmed in the next few weeks.
Cline died on March 5, 1963 in a plane crash in Tennessee.
(July 3, 2002)
Elvis Beats the Beatles
Nearly twenty-five years after his death, Elvis Presley is Number One again in the U.K. A remix of his "A Little Less Conversation" by Dutch DJ JXL claimed the top spot on the British singles charts yesterday, bringing the King's total of chart-topping hits to eighteen, one more than the Beatles' current tally.
The song, which Elvis recorded for the 1968 film Live a Little, Love a Little (and was also featured in last year's Ocean's 11), was remixed with the original vocals intact for a Nike World Cup soccer-themed commercial. When the new single, retitled "Elvis vs. JXL -- A Little Less Conversation," was released last week, it sold nearly 70,000 copies on the first day.
The track will be released in the U.S. on June 25th.
(June 18, 2002)
January, 22, 2002
Peggy Lee, the singer-composer whose smoky,
insinuating voice in such songs as
"Is That All There Is" and "Fever" made her
a jazz and pop legend, died Monday.
She was 81.
Short music clips:
Although Peggy was actually from our
parents generation, I think her songs
provides most of us (Boomers) with at
least fringe memories of perhaps happier,
By: Rob aka bigwheelie54m
January, 02, 2002
The International Conference on Home and Community care
for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS was opened by Her Royal
Highness Princess Somsawali at the Lotus PSK Hotel in
Over 3,000 delegates from all over the world met at the
5th conference and the first ever in Asia. They gather
to hear that Asia can avoid devastation by the disease
such as that suffered in Africa. Although out of an
infected population of 7.1 million and almost half a
million Asians had died in 2001. Dr Alvaro Bermejo of
the organising International Federation of Red cross and
Red Crescent Societies said that with correct care and
treatment could prevent deaths.
Patients' representatives in Thailand called for cheaper
and better medication and more information on how patients
could protect themselves from "opportunistic" diseases.
The rights of patients to be accepted in society and the
continued unsafe sex practices by many HIV-positive people
were among the early items on the agenda of the 4 day event.
December 12, 2001
We need to keep hope alive and strive to do better
of the United Nations,
2001 Nobel Peace Prize.
December 11, 2001
Oldest Worker In America:
A 100-year-old architect advises this for those who
want to work into old ages: find a job you enjoy.
"When you have something you love to do, it
keeps you alive," Harold Fisher said Monday
after receiving Green Thumb Inc's annual
"America Oldest Worker" award. "I never
had dying in my mind at all because I love
my work and spent so much time at the
Fisher found his calling at 15 when he became
an apprentice for an architect in Uniontown,
PA., for $2 a day. Eighty-five years later, he
still go to work five days a week designing
religious building at the fir he owns in
"Since it's my company, they can't fire me,"
Fisher said with a grin. "You might say I'm
retired now and doing what I love to do,
but I'm still working."
December 10, 2001.
American's children have donated more than
$1.5 million to help the children of Afghanistan.
On Saturday Dec 8, President Bush helped send off the
first shipment of humanitarian aid purchased from
America's Fund for Afghan Children
c/o The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Washington, DC 20509-1600
Remarks by the President
Church of the Brethren Warehouse New Windsor, Maryland
Friday - November 30, 2001.
Goerge Harrison is out of the hospital but his condition is unknown.
Saturday - November 9, 2001
Novelist Ken Kesey dies at 66
GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) ----
Ken Kesey, who broke into the
literary scene with "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"
and then helped immortalize the psychedelic 1960s with an
LSD-fueled bus ride, died Saturday. He was 66.
Kesey died at Sacred Heart Medical
Center in Eugene, two weeks after cancer surgery to remove 40
percent of his liver.
After studying writing at Stanford
University, Kesey gained fame in 1962 with "One Flew Over the
Cuckoo's Nest," followed quickly with "Sometimes a Great
Notion" in 1964, then went 28 years before publishing his
third major novel.
In 1964, he rode cross-country in
an old school bus named Furthur driven by Neal Cassady, hero of
Jack Kerouac's beat generation classic, "On The Road."
The passengers called themselves the Merry Pranksters and sought
enlightenment through the psychedelic drug LSD. The odyssey is
documented in Tom Wolfe's 1968 account, "The Electric
Kool-Aid Acid Test."
"There was a lot of the
frontiersman in him, an unwillingness to accept conventional
answers to a lot of profound questions," said Pulitzer Prize
winning novelist Larry McMurtry, who was in a Stanford writing
seminar with Kesey. "We argued and debated a lot of things.
But I never would not listen to him, even if I thought some of
what he said was gobbledygook,
because there would always be the
perception of genius if you waited him out."
When the Los Angeles Times honored
Kesey's lifetime of work with the Robert Kirsh Award in 1991,
Charles Bowden wrote that "Anyone trying to get a handle on
our times had better read Kesey. And unless we get lucky and
things change, they're going to have to read him a century from
"He's gone too soon and he
will leave a big gap. Always the leader, now he leads the way
again," said Ken Babbs, a longtime friend.
"Sometimes a Great
Notion," widely considered Kesey's best book, tells the saga
of the Stamper clan, rugged independent loggers carving a living
out of the Oregon woods under the motto, "Never Give A
Inch." It was made into a movie starring Henry Fonda and Paul
But "One Flew Over the
Cuckoo's Nest" became much more widely known because of a
movie that Kesey hated. It tells the story of R.P. McMurphy, who
feigned insanity to get off a prison farm, only to be lobotomized
when he threatened the authority of the mental hospital.
The 1974 movie swept the Academy
Awards for best picture, best director, best actor and best
actress, but Kesey sued the producers because it took the
viewpoint away from the character of the schizophrenic Indian,
Kesey based the story on
experiences working at the Veterans Administration hospital in
Palo Alto, Calif., while attending Wallace Stegner's writing
seminar at Stanford. Kesey also volunteered for experiments with
Another member of the Stegner
seminar, poet, essayist and novelist Wendell Berry, keeps a
picture of Kesey, Babbs and himself on his desk in his Port Royal,
Ky. The photo was taken during a visit last fall to Oregon.
"He was a man, as far as I
could tell, totally without pretense. He never was pretending to
be somebody he wasn't. And he never pretended to be the man he
was," Berry said. "The public just had to put up with
him as he was, or be grateful for him."
After "Cuckoo's Nest,"
Kesey continued to write short autobiographical fiction, magazine
articles and children's books, but didn't produce another major
novel until "Sailor Song" in 1992, his long-awaited
Alaska book, which he described as a story of "love at the
end of the world."
"This is a real old-fashioned
form," he said of the novel. "But it is sort of the
Vatican of the art. Every once in a while you've got to go get a
blessing from the pope."
Kesey considered pranks part of his
art, and in 1990 took a poke at the Smithsonian Institution by
announcing he would drive his old psychedelic bus to Washington,
D.C., to give it to the nation. The museum recognized the bus as a
new one, with no particular history, and rejected the gift.
In a 1990 interview with The
Associated Press, Kesey said it had become harder to write since
he became famous.
"Famous isn't good for a
writer. You don't observe well when you're being observed,"
In 1990, Kesey returned to the
University of Oregon -- where he had earned a bachelor's degree in
journalism -- to teach novel writing. With each student assigned a
character and writing under the gun, the class produced
"Caverns," under the pen name OU Levon, or UO Novel
Among his proudest achievements was
seeing "Little Tricker the Squirrel Meets Big Double the
Bear," which he wrote from an Ozark mountains tale told by
his grandmother, included on the 1991 Library of Congress list of
suggested children's books.
"I'm up there with Dr.
Seuss," he crowed.
Fond of performing, Kesey sometimes
recited the piece in top hat and tails accompanied by an
orchestra, throwing a shawl over his head while assuming the
character of his grandmother reciting the nursery rhyme, "One
Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest."
Born in La Junta, Colo., on Sept.
17, 1935, Kesey moved as a young boy in 1943 from the dry prairie
to his grandparents' dairy farm in Oregon's lush Willamette
After serving four months in jail
for a marijuana bust in California, he set down roots in Pleasant
Hill in 1965 with his high school sweetheart, Faye, and reared
four children. Their rambling red barn house with the big
Pennsylvania Dutch star on the side became a landmark of the
psychedelic era, attracting visits from myriad strangers in
tie-dyed clothing seeking enlightenment.
Furthur rusted away in a boggy
pasture while Kesey raised beef cattle.
Kesey was diagnosed with diabetes
His son Jed, killed in a 1984 van
wreck on a road trip with the University of Oregon wrestling team,
was buried in the back yard. Kesey also wrestled in college.
In a recorded message on Kesey's
office phone, Babbs said: "Ken Kesey, a great husband,
father, granddad and friend. Done in by a bum liver. As always, he
gave it a great fight, but his body pulled its last dirty trick
and done him in. If he has on legacy it is for us the living to
carry on with courage, compassion, generosity and love."
On the Net:
Kesey information: http://www.intrepiditrips.com
In light of the September 11th, there are tensions
and misunderstanding of any one from the Middle Eastern
Local Muslim-Americans Launch Website
by Dakota Smith
"Whosever kills an innocent human being, it shall be as if he has
killed all mankind, and whosoever saves the life of one, it shall be
as if he had saved the life of all mankind." --quote from the Koran,
via the website Muslims Against Terrorism
With the goal of educating people of all faiths, a local group of
Muslim-Americans have launched an ambitious website called Muslims
Against Terrorism. Aasma Khan and 10 other young professional Muslims
living in New York quickly put up the site on Sept. 16. Yet over the
last six weeks, with the help of Web design firm Rayhawk Corporation,
the site has evolved into a professional-looking resource on Islam,
offering, among other things, links to news articles and sections
that examine the Koran.
"By better understanding Islam and helping Americans at large
understand Islam, we are in a better position to help people overseas
understand Islam and promote dialogue," says the 30-year-old Khan.
But the site's goal is also to help Muslims; links to information on
civil liberties are listed on the site. Khan points out that American
Muslims, now forced to explain and defend their religion, are facing
a defining moment.
"It's important that Muslims can talk about and educate themselves
and others on what is Islam," Khan says. "It's important for everyone
to understand Islam so people like Osama bin Laden cannot manipulate
the religion, and we're here to talk about Islam religion and debunk
the use of it in politics."
Khan and the original group that formed that website, meanwhile, have
grown into a nonprofit organization, also called Muslims Against
Terrorism, already 95 members strong nationwide.
But Khan credits the Internet with the group's ability to reach
people; already, she is getting regular feedback from people of all
religions, from as far away as South Africa and England.
"The World Wide Web has allowed us to get the message out there in a
way that we never could have otherwise," Khan says. "The website is
creating a personal experience for everyone who goes there."
Sports Illustrated's Top 20 Sports Movie by boomersint
1. Bull Durham (1988)
The action and little details are perfect.
And there's Susan Sarandon.
2. Raging Bull (1980)
It's so widely (and deservedly) praised that
no one points out that the stylized boxing
scenes are utterly unrealistic.
3. Rocky (1976)
Director John Avildsen says Rocky's and
Adrian's skating scene resonates for him;
we like Sly brutalizing a side of beef.
4. Hoosiers (1988)
Hackman, Hopper, Hershey and hoops.
It doesn't get much more heavenly than that.
5. Body and Soul (1947)
Few movie lines are colder than the one
delivered by the gangster (Lloyd Gough)
as he studies a boxer with a blood clot:
6.The Hustler (1961)
The foreboding Twilight Zone ambience
of this pool film, with Jackie Gleason and
Paul Newman, is riveting.
7. Chariots of Fire (1981)
Who can forget Ian Holm, as coach Sam
Mussabini, punching his hand through his
hat after his student wins gold in the '24 Games?
8. Requiem for a Heavyweight (1962)
As the washed-up fighter trying to avoid
selling out as a pro wrestler,
Anthony Quinn gives an immortal performance.
9. Slap Shot (1977)
The tableau of the Hanson Brothers --
dried blood, broken glasses, blank expressions
-- standing at rapt attention for the
national anthem is priceless.
10. Jerry Maguire (1996)
Can a movie about an agent be a sports
movie? Hey, check out the sports pages.
What's more, Cameron Crowe's script
is brilliant -- moving and real.
11. Bang the Drum Slowly (1973)
The film is so powerful that we barely
care that Robert De Niro doesn't swing
the bat like a major leaguer, even a dying one.
12. The Natural (1984)
The movie has a timeless aspect that,
sentimentality aside, makes it watchable
again and again.
13. The Bad News Bears (1976)
The lovable underdogs sponsored by
Chico's Bail Bonds.
14. North Dallas Forty (1979)
A teammate tells a receiver (Nick Nolte)
he has too much respect for his body
to do drugs. The receiver answers,
"You'll get past that."
15. Breaking Away (1979)
The Bloomington, Indiana, homeboys
(Dennis Christopher, Jackie Earle Haley
, Dennis Quaid and Daniel Stern) make
this biking movie click.
16. Field of Dreams (1989)
Was Burt Lancaster ever in any film he
didn't make a hundred times better?
17. Fat City (1972)
An ex-fighter (Stacy Keach) to his protégé
(Jeff Bridges): "Before you get rolling,
your life makes a beeline for the drain"
18. Damn Yankees (1958)
A baseball team singing You Gotta Have
Heart? Ridiculous but irresistible.
19. The Harder They Fall (1956)
The film ends with Humphrey Bogart once
again seeing someone off at the airport,
but it ain't Ingrid Bergman.
20. The Set Up (1949)
There's an exquisite Playhouse 90 tautness
to this boxing drama, which was directed
by Robert Wise.
Sports Illustrated at CNN.COM
Who is No.1 Sports Movie Stars? Poll on AOL...
Robert Redford 4873 34.2%
Paul Newman 9378 65.8%
Total votes: 14251
Remember Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid ~ 1969?
Boomers Books, Bands, Interesting Sites
Ken Burn 10 Series about Jazz
Ken Burns' much talked about documentary
on jazz is a 10-part doc traces the roots of
jazz and follows the music's rich and storied
legacy through today.
Ken Burn 10 Series about Jazz
PBS ROCK & ROLL series that they
air again and again..
Internet Radio Free Kansas just launched a brand new
Trivia contest. Included are a lot of questions for
Who ever correctly answers the most trivia questions
and the real audio clips wins a Creed signed lithograph.
Internet Radio Free Kansas
TOP 2000 TOURS
Pollstar's Top 20 Tours of 2000:
1. Tina Turner: $80.2 million
2. 'N Sync: $76.4 million
3. Dave Matthews Band: $68.2 million
4. Kiss: $62.7 million
5. Faith Hill/Tim McGraw: $48.8 million
6. Dixie Chicks: $47.3 million
7. Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band: $45.9 million
8. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: $42.1 million
9. Metallica: $42 million
10. Britney Spears: $40.5 million
11. Ricky Martin: $37.2 million
12. Red Hot Chili Peppers: $31.3 million
13. Sting: $28.9 million
14. Barbra Streisand: $27 million
15. Creed: $26.2 million
16. Santana: $26.1 million
17. Backstreet Boys: $25.8 million
18. Jimmy Buffett: $24.1 million
19. Up in Smoke Tour: $22.2 million
20. Phish: $21.4 million
http://www.vh1.com/thewire/news/article.jhtml?ID=1240 - VH1 Music News
100 Greatest Songs by VH1:
From power ballads to protest songs,
three-chord headbangers to micro symphonies,
VH1 has assembled the ultimate playlist:
The 100 Greatest Songs of Rock and Roll.
Discover the remarkable stories behind each
one of these classic cuts. Hear the artists explain
the tunes' origins. And find out if your all-time
faves have made the ultimate list
The Rolling Stones / (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
Aretha Franklin / Respect
Led Zeppelin / Stairway To Heaven
Bob Dylan / Like a Rolling Stone
Bruce Springsteen / Born To Run
Eagles / Hotel California
The Doors / Light My Fire
The Beach Boys / Good Vibrations
The Beatles / Hey Jude
John Lennon / Imagine
The Kingsmen / Louie Louie
The Beatles / Yesterday
The Who / My Generation
Marvin Gaye / What's Going On
Chuck Berry / Johnny B. Goode
Derek And The Dominos / Layla
The Who / Won't Get Fooled Again
Elvis Presley / Jailhouse Rock
Don McLean / American Pie
The Beatles / A Day In The Life
James Brown / I Got You (I Feel Good)
Stevie Wonder / Superstition
The Beatles / I Want to Hold Your Hand
The Rolling Stones / Brown Sugar
Jimi Hendrix / Purple Haze
The Rolling Stones / Sympathy for the Devil
Queen / Bohemian Rhapsody
The Kinks / You Really Got Me
Roy Orbison / Oh, Pretty Woman
Simon and Garfunkel / Bridge Over Troubled Water
Elvis Presley / Hound Dog
The Beatles / Let It Be
Otis Redding / (Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay
The Jimi Hendrix Experience / All Along The Watchtower
Aerosmith / Walk This Way
The Temptations / My Girl
Bill Haley And His Comets / Rock Around The Clock
Marvin Gaye / I Heard It Through The Grapevine
Creedence Clearwater Revival / Proud Mary
Steppenwolf / Born To Be Wild
Nirvana / Smells Like Teen Spirit
The Police / Every Breath You Take
Ray Charles / What'd I Say
Lynyrd Skynyrd / Free Bird
Buddy Holly and The Crickets / That'll Be The Day
Led Zeppelin / Whole Lotta Love
Aerosmith / Dream On
The Mamas & The Papas / California DreaminŐ
Van Morrison / Brown Eyed Girl
The Troggs / Wild Thing
Crosby, Stills and Nash / Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
Michael Jackson / Beat It
Jerry Lee Lewis / Great Balls Of Fire
Bee Gees / Stayin' Alive
The Buffalo Springfield / For What It's Worth
Bob Dylan / Blowin' In The Wind
The Beatles / Twist And Shout
Billy Joel / Piano Man
The Beatles / She Loves You
David Bowie / Space Oddity
The Beatles / Strawberry Fields Forever
Led Zeppelin / Kashmir
Patsy Cline / Crazy
The Clash / London Calling
The Rolling Stones / Jumpin' Jack Flash
Led Zeppelin / Rock & Roll
Al Green / Let's Stay Together
Elvis Presley / All Shook Up
Rod Stewart / Maggie May
Elton John / Your Song
Elvis Presley / Heartbreak Hotel
The Beach Boys / God Only Knows
Chubby Checker / The Twist
Little Richard / Good Golly, Miss Molly
Cream / Sunshine Of Your Love
The Beach Boys / California Girls
Eddie Cochran / Summertime Blues
Carl Perkins / Blue Suede Shoes
The Beatles / A Hard Day's Night
James Taylor / Fire and Rain
Them / Gloria
Marvin Gaye / Sexual Healing
The Rolling Stones / Start Me Up
Boston / More Than A Feeling
The Police / Roxanne
Queen / We Are The Champions
Bob Dylan / Tangled Up In Blue
Jefferson Airplane / Somebody To Love
Ben E. King / Stand By Me
Jerry Lee Lewis / Whole Lot Of Shakin' Going On
AC/DC / You Shook Me All Night Long
Prince and the Revolution / When Doves Cry
Wilson Pickett / In The Midnight Hour
Spencer Davis Group / Gimme Some Lovin'
Van Halen / Jump
Bruce Springsteen / Thunder Road
Bob Marley and the Wailers / No Woman No Cry
Ritchie Valens / La Bamba
The Carpenters / We've Only Just Begun
The Temptations / Papa Was a Rolling Stone
Everyone has an opinion regarding the real
rock gods. See whom VH1 considers pop royalty
when the 100 Greatest Artists of Rock & Roll airs this month.
100 Greatest Artists
The Rolling Stones
The Beach Boys
Sly & The Family Stone
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
The Jackson Five
Crosby, Stills & Nash
The Sex Pistols
Creedence Clearwater Revival
The Grateful Dead
Earth, Wind & Fire
The Allman Brothers
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Simon & Garfunkel
The Velvet Underground
The Bee Gees
Gladys K. & Pips
The Four Tops
Diana Ross & The Supremes
Du-Wop History Book By Johnny Keyes of The Magnificents
It's the 50's and Du-Wop groups are HOT!
Especially hot in Chicago. Chess, Checker,
Chance, Vee-Jay, United States, Parrot
and Savoy 51 were the names of some of the small
independent labels in town. The 4 Buddies,
The Calvaes, The Clouds, The Debonaires,
The Eldorados, The Five Thrills, The Flamingos,
The Gems, Jerry Butler and the Impressions.
The Five Chances, The Moroccos, The Pastels,
The Orchids, The Magnificents, The Shepards,
The Kool Gents, and The Spaniels were some
of the groups mentioned in the book.
Johnny Keyes and The Magnificents was feature on Public TV.
In several Markets, beginning this Past Weekend.
The Show is called Doo-Wop 51.
Over thirty Artists from the 50s and 60s.
Check out what Johnny Keyes and The Magnificents
are doing now... also check out the book.
Johnny's Official Web Site
BOOMERS OWN MUSIC PAGE Check us out!
ROCK AND ROLL!
Rock And Roll Respect.
A savvy, substantive history of the music
that has rocked the world for four decades first
came to public television Sunday, September 24,
1995. Rock&Roll, a 10-part series broadcast on PBS
focuses on the ongoing evolution of rock music and
the innovators who shaped it from the 1950s to
the 1990s. The series are shown occasionally
and website is still up for visiting.
Here is a look at history of
Rock and Roll Respects
Don't Trust Anyone Over Thirty:
The First Four Decades of the Baby Boom
By Howard Smead
"Here's a popular history of the Baby Boom
Generation told through the vignettes, quotes,
quips, sayings and slogans that characterized
and shaped an era."
This signature work is a must.
The Way of the Hippy:
"To be a hippie you must believe in peace as
the way to resolve differences among peoples,
ideologies and religions. The way to peace
is through love and tolerance. Loving means
accepting others as they are, giving them
freedom to express themselves and not
judging them based on appearances. This
is the core of the hippie philosophy"
"Hippies From A to Z" - By Skip Stone
"Vinylmania 2001" was held
at the Vacation Village in Las Vegas, Nevada
on February 17 & 18, 2001,
This was a Saturday & Sunday show.
Phone # 702-565-5506 FAX: 702-558-5929
E-mails: email@example.com or
Jack Scott, Sue Thompson, Alan O'Day,
Ray Peterson, Glen Glenn, Kathy Young,
Rosie Hamlin, The Olympics, The Mary Kaye Trio,
Diamond Dave Somerville, & Tommy Sands.
Playing Boomer's Favorites from the Best Times in
Popular Music. Performing favorite classic rock and
assorted contemporary country and pop tunes.
WHO TURNS 50??
"One Night Stand"
"In The Long Run"
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