Perhaps you have been living in seclusion for the past 30 years…maybe you blacked out far too much and have never heard the likes of acts like The Allman Brothers, David Allan Coe, Dicky Betts, or even Gov’t Mule…even IF this is somehow the dumbfounding case, you should have heard of #23 on Rolling Stones Top 100 Guitarists, Warren Haynes. Founding member of Gov’t Mule, Haynes has an astounding, beasting resume that reads better than a molly’d up Phisher who’s been hipping around since that laster, forming in 83 themselves, first got funky.
Now, if you have NO idea what I’m talking about stop now and work StubHub for your Beiber tickets, not that there’s anything wrong with that. If you comprehend my rambles stay tuned as, respectfully of course, the boss rip for this guy is going to be a visit to see the good doctor…Dr. John.
If you’ve ever had the luck of the Sun, Moon, and Herbs and managed to find yourself in the ‘Right Place,(at the) Wrong Time’ then tomorrow promises to bring you a bountiful feast comprised of the good Dr.’s Locked Down. Quite obviously produced by Dan Auerbach, of that one unpopular band The Black Keys, the album is short of nothing but amazing. While our beloved 91.9 WFPK, has worked in ‘Revolution’ on the regular, my personal theme song on my own personal soundtrack of course, is quite fittingly ‘Big Shot’. No matter what prescription you’re on, my diagnosis is to mosey your fine self on down to The Iroquois Amphitheatre tomorrow night and let Dr. John prep you for the surgery by Warren’s Gibson. If you're fortunate, once complete it may just leave you in the ‘Kingdom of Izzness’…which is exactly where you want to be.
Photo credit: Multiple sources on Al Gore's internet
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