For whatever reason, I just didn't get into DMB. It's not that I didn't listen and enjoy when he played on the radio in the '90s, no, not at all. I just didn't go to any of his shows. Nothing against him or anything, just wasn't my thing. Who remembers those "white hats" that DMB fans wore?
But check out Dave who performed this past June at SPAC (Saratoga Performing Arts Center: if you haven't been there for a show, get yourself there! And in August you can go to the track!) with the fabulously talented Nigel Hall.
It's my opinion that Nigel is the real star here: he is the best voice of soul and funk out there today.
Click forward to 4:05 to see Nigel at the mic and really RAGE it out.
Friday, July 6, 2012
|now *this* is a fun, chill, inexpensive phamily phun event in philly! Sadly, the Whole Phamily will be unable to attend but I encourage each.and.every.one.of.you who lives in Philadelphia and is looking for something to do in a week or so to GO GO GO!!! DJ Scribe looks fully funkadelic. Check out DJ Samson, too, cuz word on the street, yo, is that pisher can spin some mad wax!|
While we currently have no plans on attending, I saw this ad in Philadelphia's The Jewish Exponent for the upcoming Jewish Heritage Night at a Phillies game which jumps on the"PH" bandwagon. I can't speak to previous years since I am a recent New York transplant, but did they market the event this way in the past?Or, did a wise person at Philadelphia Federation (ahem, Phederation) stumble upon this blog and dig my vibe? In all of my humble modesty, though, I am currently humming the words of Carly Simon to the tune of "You're So Vain."
|My sister Reba calls me an internet jewish cosmic freakazoid. Would anyone else pick up on this advertising detail other than me?|
|pre-game phamily phestival. The Whole Phamily is happy to join you if we are invited. Partnerships are good. Laminates/guest lists/VIP treatment are even better.|
I have my feelers out already with their marketing folks, so I am curious what the story is...
Remastered/remixed classic song from the excellent year of 1972.
Now, that is one very fine vintage.
I speak from personal experience.
Dig the whole Morningside Heights and Columbia University vibe.
If that isn't Butler Library, I don't know what is.
And a chassid vibe, to boot!
The fever is spreading.