The Rolling Stones - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)

you cannot deny this jam.

Haven’t heard this one in a minute. Nice.

Again, a long minute. Still nice.

n-j-d replied to your post: Wade Bowen played Jumpin’ Jack Flash f…

I woulda been right there with you, my man.

There were many songs, Songs About Trucks even, that I expected to hear tonight. Jumpin’ Jack Flash was not one of them, not by a country mile.

Wade Bowen played Jumpin’ Jack Flash for his encore tonight and I completely and absolutely lost my shit. Just couldn’t handle it. His guitar player laughed at me.


Mick, Charlie and Matt Clifford watch the football while chatting about Monty Python’s upcoming shows at the O2 and a new addition to the setlist…

The best.

That Firebird though.


Happy birthday Charlie Watts!

We all show Keef a ton of love around these parts, and rightly so, but Charlie really is the coolest.

It’s weird, he looks a lot more like a redneck in real life. I didn’t know he fished.



Sympathy For The Devil | David Byrne

"I covered Sympathy For The Devil on a tour I did in ‘92 with a large latin funk band.  It was a late addition to the set list.  This mix sounds like a board mix or maybe a monitor mix.  Why did we do this?  Because we could!  We had a band lineup that could rock this tune… so why not?  We did it as an encore number, which is where these oddball unexpected covers sometimes land.  They lyrics (I had to research the real lyrics) are sometimes absolutely brilliant, sometimes silly (the Stones playing at being bad boys) and sometimes completely nonsensical.  I covered Keith’s guitar solo as best I could.  You can hear the audience doing the “woo wooh’s” in the 1st verse!

You’ll notice I go into a “funny” voice about two-thirds through for certain lines.  I was trying to sing like Goofy, the Disney character.  Why?  Well, there actually was a reason, though maybe not one good enough to justify how weird this sounds.  I have long believed that the devil, should one exist, would not be some scary guy, but someone who sweetly perverts our better natures by more surreptitious means… and for me, Disney is the perfect example of that, with maybe the Olsen Twins as his consorts.  So, following that logic, Goofy (the “harmless” clown minion) would be the perfect one to suggest we have some “sympathy” for the devil.”

NYC 2014

This is a thing


Shed Seven - Jumping Jack Flash (Rolling Stones cover)

Hell yeah!


The T.A.M.I. Show 1964

Full length program

This is important.

This video is awesome and I have the sudden urge to go to Australia.