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Keith Millea
04-03-2013, 07:44 PM
For my Deadhead brothers and sisters...enjoy:dance:

I recently discovered this new site/concept from Bob Weir and friends.They do a livestream show every Wednesday at 5:30 PM Pacific standard time (tonight).

The website can be found HERE (http://www.tristudios.com/watch)

I like the interview with Rosie McGee....Some good old stories.

Check it out HERE (http://www.tristudios.com/rosie-mcgee)

Rosie in the black dress "Dancing with the Dead"


Magda Hassan
04-03-2013, 08:47 PM
:humble:Thank you Keith!

David Guyatt
04-04-2013, 10:13 AM
Very nice Keith. But you're goin' to have to rack it up buddy, if you want to beat this:


Jim Hackett II
04-04-2013, 10:38 AM
What a find!

Keith Millea
04-05-2013, 01:37 AM
Well,last nights stream was pretty boring.I think I lasted about 30 minutes and hung it up.

There's some big dollars in this studio with all new state of the art electronics but I get the feeling that they need to fiddle with the format.They play a couple of songs and then go sit on the couch and talk.There's just no "flow" happening.Hope it gets better.....

Anyways,here is a decent acoustic jam of "Cassidy" from the week prior with the great Steve Kimock on guitar.


Keith Millea
04-05-2013, 02:27 AM
David,it's so nice to hear from you again.A real spirit lifter for me.I hope you can stick around for a little while.Your wit,wisdom,and humor is just priceless.Please don't bugger off too quick.....

Very nice Keith. But you're goin' to have to rack it up buddy, if you want to beat this:

Hell yes Peter can play!I had the pleasure of seeing him play live once.That was an outdoor show in Oakland.I think "The Who" played also but I can't really remember now. :lol:

But Robin Trower was there at that show and Robin Trower just might be the best guitar player there that day.


David Guyatt
04-05-2013, 01:31 PM
Hi Keith, it's good to hear from you again, too.

Although I do tend to take long holidays and bugger of for a month or two at a time, my plans are to hang around.

Frampton was playing in Cambridge (not so far away) the Christmas before last, and I wanted to go, but neither my wife, nor sons, wanted to go -- they don't like his music... sad fools. So, I'm jealous that you got to see him. Me, I would've seen him in a shot.