Ok, I’ll admit it…I’ve taken a little break on the blog part of the website. Almost 10 months. But, since I’m quick to pass the buck/blame or whatever, I’ll just say that it’s not my fault. Nope, it wasn't...so there. That should cover it.
Yep, it’s been a while since I featured a song for the Awesomely Bad Lyrics, but I had to change after hearing this song the other day on JACK-fm. This song’s guitar riffs are still pretty sweet to this day, but there’s definitely an absence of brain smarts when it comes to the lyrics. From 1984’s Out of the Cellar Album, here is...
I'm sure when we get back a look at all the pictures of Bonnaroo 2011, there might be a lot of cowboys or outlaws in them. No, there wasn’t anyone robbing the train of all its gold here, it was attendees and Bonnnaroo workers wearing bandanas. Even after the countless times reading over the What to Bring section of Bonnaroo website, I still forgot to get a bandana
For the 3 years I’ve attended Bonnaroo, I’ve never woken up and did yoga in the morning by the Solar Stage. Lately, I’ve been wanting to "turn over a new leaf' (I still don’t get that phrase), and the fact that the porta john pump truck drove by the RV around 7am this morning and woke me up. So, off to the solar stage I went.
While getting pictures, recording videos, writing blogs, I hadn’t had a chance yet to see anyone perform at the festival till Friday afternoon. So, for my first concert of Bonnaroo 2011 was...Grace Potter & the Nocturnals. This little band from Vermont rocks! Not just because Grace Potter is, as my astute brot
If there was a Bonnaroo bingo card floating around, we might have shouted BINGO a few times already. Besides the 100+ acts over the entire festival, the people watchin’ is the best. Folks, all over the grounds are her to have fun and to let loose and sometimes they let their personality out in what they wear...