WHAT YOU MAY FIND HERE

RANTS, RAVINGS and RUMINATIONS along with
RAUCOUS RIBALDRY and RAMBLING REFLECTIONS

Saturday, April 14, 2018

A Little Saturday Nite Bluegrass Div (Reunion subsection)

News has it that Sawmill Road is getting back together for real.
Here they are at the Grass Valley Bluegrass Festival in 2017 doing the Bill Monroe classic Uncle Pen.



Bruce Johnson - fiddle, Dick Brown - banjo, Mark Miracle - mandolin, Charlie Edsall - guitar, and Steve Spurgin - bass.

Saturday, April 7, 2018

A Little Saturday Nite Bluegrass Div (Diplomacy subsection)

The Henhouse Prowlers from Chicago doing Jackie Wilson's (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher.
The band does diplomatic tours for the State Department and serves as "Bluegrass Ambassadors.
Sure presents a better image of our country than some folks I've read about lately.



Ben Wright - Banjo, John Goldfine - Bass, Kyle O'Brien - Fiddle and Chris Dollar - Guitar

Monday, April 2, 2018

Geography Div (sorta historical subsection)

Today in 1513, Ponce de Leon reached Florida and claimed it for Spain. Well, you know the rest.


Saturday, March 31, 2018

A Little Saturday Nite Bluegrass ( More English subsection)

The Coal Porters (get it?) doing Chopping the Garlic.



" Lately I have been thinking about moving home, but with the tenor of the nation under Trump, there is no way my family will even consider this.” - Sid Griffin -- What's not to love, eh ?

The Coal Porters: Kerenza Peacock – fiddle, Paul Fitzgerald – banjo, Sid Griffin – vocals, mandolin,
Andrew Stafford – bass and Neil Robert Herd – guitar

Monday, March 26, 2018

Saturday, March 24, 2018

A Little Saturday Nite Bluegrass

Midnight Skyracer doing Fuel to My Fire from their debut album FIRE.



Leanne Thorose: Lead Vocals and Mandolin Tabitha Agnew: Banjo Charlotte Carrivick: Guitar and Vocals Laura Carrivick: Fiddle Eleanor Wilkie: Bass and vocals

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Stupidity Div. (Criminality subsection)

The Austin Bomber made a huge mistake. Why would anyone under investigation and subject of a massive police manhunt go anywhere near Round Rock, Texas?
It's the home of one of the most famous donut shops in the country -- and everyone knows about donut shops and cops, eh?

Monday, March 19, 2018

Geography Div (try this subsection)

It would be pretty unfair (if it were blank) to give this to someone and have them fill in the names, eh?