Heavy Metal Meets The Grateful Dead

I just came back from Best Buy. My computer is giving me problems and I don’t think it’s gonna last long so I went to checkout some new ones.
While I was there I was looking at the basket they have of discount CD’s.¬† As I’m looking I hear some lady say, “Pretty soon they’ll be no CD’s left.” I walked over there, looking at what CD’s they have left and she starts talking to me about the lack of CD’s in the store. I tell her, I have to buy most of my CD’s online. She said she don’t like to do that but she might have to. I asked her what CD she was looking for and she said the new Bon Jovi. Then she said it’s not really her type of music. I asked here what her type of music was and she said Heavy Metal. She looked like she was in her 60’s, and she mentioned that her grandkids¬† new more about computers then her. She asked me what music I listened to and I said The Grateful Dead. Then we both kind of stared at each other kind of strangely. Then we both went our own ways.

“Blues For Allah”/ “Kingfish”

If you like the Dead’s “Blues For Allah,”


You’ll like “Kingfish’s” first album. Both recorded in Bob Weir’s studio and both have the same sound a feel.

If Weir had stayed with Kingfish, I think they could have been big.12032945_128618480824540_3323655479505187878_n

Sgt. Roast Beef and A Pound Of Cheese Band

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My take on the “Sgt. Pepper” album cover with some of my favorites.

“Burger Road”

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