Somewhere in Signpost, I think it is (or some other interview I haven't read for 20 years), Jerry is talking about the days when he and Hunter, newly sprung from the army, were living in derelict cars in Palo Alto (it is left to the reader to contemplate the halcyon days when there were derelict cars in Palo Alto...), mostly on canned pineapple liberated from the armed forces. Many's the time I've thought how different life would be for how many people if not for those days. Anyway, this is the place for fans of Hunter to congregate, pay tribute, fantasize about tours, and otherwise be darn glad we didn't miss this guy.
I found a cool belt buckley if ya know of anyone who might of lost it at interlocked let me know.
Who were the subjects Built To Last were written for? It's dawned on me that "3 blue stars" could be a reference to 3 Sons In Service (2 of whom apparently did not return).
This song jumped out at me when my son shipped out to Marines Boot Camp, I had no idea why - it's the one song I have run thru my head each of the last 150 days, deeply but inexplicably connecting it to my son-in-service experience. Then, this morning, I learned of the "son-in-service" flags: 1 blue star = 1 son in Service; 3 blue stars = 3 sons in Service.
on the Relix site, listing all 8 dates.
No longer are being presented under the BRE banner.
The following are the sheduled gigs:
Sat, Sep 28
Fri, Oct 4
Allentown Symphony Hall, Allentown, PA
Keswick Theatre, Glenside, PA
(What is BRE anyway? An organization of Scottish Rite Masons within the Illuminati?)
Happy birthday Hunter!
Happy Birthday, rh.
that is great news!!!
Mr Hunter has now allowed his live performances to be hosted, streaming and downloadable, on the Live Music Archive, thanks to a request by Charlie Miller.
Thanks Charlie, and thanks, rh!
"A well put together unreality is pretty hard to beat."