Monthly Archives: May, 2021

Sunday Cinema – Lake Tahoe, NV

For the month of May, it’s MattyV’s birthday so we will look at some concerts he would have loved to have seen…

Phish Live July 2018 Lake Tahoe, NV

Started listening to Phish a couple of years ago, none of my friends were into “jam bands” so I wasn’t exposed to them when I was younger. From what I understand the songs meld into one another into one long jam. Hopefully we will get the chance to see them in 2022…

Sunday Cinema – Detroit, MI

For the month of May, it’s MattyV’s birthday so we will look at some concerts he would have loved to have seen…

KISS January 1976 Detroit, MI

I would have loved to have seen them in their infancy, the raw power of the band before they monetized. Developing their onstage personas, crafting their onstage antics (fire-breathing, blood-spitting, guitars on fire, side-show stuff)They are one band that has been on a continual “farewell tour”…

Sunday Cinema (on a Wednesday!) Live from Tinley Park

For the month of May, it’s MattyV’s birthday so we will look at some concerts he would have loved to have seen…

Grateful Dead July 1990 Tinley Park, IL

My high school art teacher turned me on to “the dead” and I have enjoyed them ever since. Songs like “St. Stephen”, “Shakedown Street”, and others give an otherworldly vibe and are great for just disconnecting from the busy world for a while. I would have loved to have seen them before Jerry’s untimely demise…

Deuces

Deuces

Comedian/Political Pundit Adam Corolla had a conversation with Dennis Prager about the state of our society today…

We’ve talked about the Chinese term “Baizuo” which is derogatory towards us Westerners.

Ron Swanson (played by a liberal) sums up what many people think about the government

The “Flat Tax” proposal has been around for years. It may be high time to transition to it away from federal taxes…

“When you’ve been friend-zoned…”

Lark Vorhees from “Saved by the Bell” has something going on…

Freeform’s “Cruel Summer” is pretty good so far, it’s a slow-burn so give it a few episodes. A little reminiscent of “Defending Jacob“…

A loss this past week, Jim Steinman, a collaborator with such musicians as Meat Loaf, Bonnie Tyler, Air Supply, & Barry Manilow…

Keep Rocking Junkies!