thanks for the heads up Ms. Katniss
~Hal Rowe~ (Will also add Wasserman and Deadication to canyoncritter/Scott Mattson) (~);-)
Join me as I co-host the Vinyl Hour with Ned this Thursday evening as we listen to the songs of those who are gone, 2016. 92.3 KYRS at 8:00 PST. Also can be streamed, just go to the KYRS website. We will be playing the music of David Bowie, Jim Boyd, Leon Russell, Guy Clark, Prince, Mose Allison, Paul Kantner, Leonard Cohen and more. Hope you can join us. Extra bonus, it isn't just an hour, it's two hours of great tunes.
Scott left us way too early.
I corresponded with him a few times, trading cd vines and attempting to meet up at the Furthur gig in St. Louis in 2009, at Chaifetz.
Wow, I am shocked at this sad news. Scotty was such an enthusiastic deadhead. I don't know the details, but I wish him well on the next leg of his journey...
I'm still in a state of shock. He was 39 years at least that is what his mom said. Too soon to be gone. He went through me loosing both my parents. He was there to always lend a word of encouragement and support. He came to CA to go to see Furthur in 2010 and stayed with me for a few days after the show. I took him to the Redwoods and to the Coast. It was one of thoses days I will never forget. But what really stands out was how he gathered all the dead heads who visited the website DeadVids to get together. His enthusiasm and willingness to say the words come to the show had a way on all of us. He gathered bunches of folks to meet and greet at shows and then dance the night away. Because of him I met some of my dearest friends to this date. I know he left this world a better place and I will miss his late night phone calls and him calling me khatters. Rest in Peace Scotty you will always be in my thoughts. My life is richer because you were in it.
sorry for your loss
Memorial 6pm (check for time) Dead.net/chat
Far from home at a fest bigger than my dreams I would look up to realize I was left and alone except for Critter. who would always be patiently waiting leaning on his walking stick for me to come up for air just so I wouldn't feel alone and lost. The world will miss ppl like you and for every grateful to have know you. TY.
~Once in a awhile you get shown the light in the stranges ploaces if you look at it right~
they always come in threes
Gotta appreciate every moment we have....
RIP John, and I still miss Jerry
and the hits just keep on coming...
Bon Voyage to John Glenn, a true American hero.