Friday, August 31, 2007

DBT WIR 8/31/07


Patterson Hood


Patterson shows his environmental side with an interview by Black Warrior River Keeper:

Drive-By Truckers and Riverkeeper

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Isbell hops off the truck- al.com

MyFox Birmingham | Jason Isbell LIVE at Stokin’ the Fire

Check Jason's ABAAC outtake Drop Your Weapon. Freakin' love this song.

YouTube - Jason Isbell - Psycho Killer

Jason and the boys will be play at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival 2007

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Sons of Roswell


Go listen to Sons of Roswell on MyTracks

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Skynyrd fan found in phone book | TimesDaily.com:

"Where's Bernie There are times when you come across a discovery so colossal, so monumental that you have to drop everything you're doing and check it out. This occurred the other day, and it was in - of all places - the phone book. That's where I found the following name: Leonard Skynard. I kid you not. Granted, the spelling is different from the legendary Southern rock band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, but I knew it couldn't possibly be a coincidence. So, I dropped everything I was doing. That's right, I dropped ... I dropped - OK, so I wasn't doing anything."
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Shine A Light - Trailer

Posted Aug 20, 2007

Academy Award-winning filmmaker Martin Scorsese and the world's greatest rock 'n roll band, The Rolling Stones, unite to bring audiences the musical film event, "Shine A Light," a look at The Rolling Stones, the band that defined the very idea of what a rock & roll band is, live through the eyes of Scorsese.



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Satellite radio adds Grateful Dead:

"A new channel devoted entirely to the Grateful Dead debuts Sept. 7 on Sirius Satellite Radio, beginning with the broadcast of a rare 1974 performance by the band at the Hollywood Bowl, the company announced Wednesday. 'This is gonna be one fun channel,' Dead guitarist Bob Weir said in announcing the station. 'We, the guys in the band, get to be involved as much as we can and we'll make sure it's fun. We want the fans to be involved as well.'"
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CBGB Founder Hilly Kristal Dies at 75:

"Hilly Kristal, whose dank Bowery rock club CBGB served as the birthplace of the punk rock movement and a launching pad for bands like the Ramones, Blondie and the Talking Heads, has died. He was 75. Kristal, who lost a bitter fight last year to stop the club's eviction from its home of 33 years, died Tuesday at Cabrini Hospital after a battle with lung cancer, his son Mark Dana Kristal said Wednesday."
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Northern New Jersey!:

"Bruce Springsteen will kick off his “Magic” tour with the E Street Band on Oct. 2, a tour that includes stops at both Continental Airlines Arena and Madison Square Garde
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Pathologist: Doctor killed Beethoven

VIENNA, Austria - Did someone kill Beethoven? A Viennese pathologist claims the composer's physician did — inadvertently overdosing him with lead in a case of a cure that went wrong
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Rock pioneer Bo Diddley suffers heart attack:

"LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Ailing rock 'n' roll pioneer Bo Diddley suffered a heart attack while undergoing a medical check-up, and is in stable condition in a Florida hospital, his spokeswoman said on Tuesday."
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4 comments:

davyproctorboy said...

I see that J.I. is playing hardlystrictlybluegrass in SF.

JPW said...

Yep, very excited about that!

Jez said...

Goddamn, I love me some DBT, but even now when you see Jagger and Richards swagger onstage, it's just hard to beat the rock and roll vibe they put off. They are just the epitome of all that is rock and roll. Even in that brief trailer, the guitars are just basic shithouse blues played with enough carelessness to push all the soul you'd ever want right into your ears and down to your feet.

What the fuck am I talking about?

JPW said...

Yer talking the Rock, Jez... and I hear ya!