- July 29, 2021 - 6:55amStrider 808808Joined:June 20, 2007Victory Gardens / Earth Radio
Champagne lifestyle on a near beer budget. Mesquite beans are almost ready also. Wild fruit trees. Bulk food order. Walk as much as I can. Keep from driving as many days in a row as possible.
Baby boomer retirement.
Enjoying the Australian based Grateful Dead radio show, Long Strange Trip. (Bay FM 99.9 Byron Bay) Contrary to some folks notions, radio is not dead. Streaming stations from around the world is an amazing way to get a glimpse, feeling, idea of what’s goin’ on. I really dig stations from Peru,Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Jamaica, Canada (Nunavut) and down under. Add in Tribal radio stations from around the U.S. As i live off the grid in the “outback” of the great Southwest this keeps me tuned in.
- July 22, 2021 - 7:34amStrider 808808Joined:June 20, 2007Been listening
99.9 The Bay fm in Australia rocks out! Contemporary and Aboriginal music, plus a kick ass Grateful Dead show. What’s not to love.
“Listen to the River” looks great. 1971 is possibly my favorite year . Will have to wait for my old fart social security check in a couple weeks to order. Beans & rice , rice & beans, and a victory garden. Apricot trees (in town) , pick, dry and store.
Several weeks w/o ganga. I think the THC is still kicking in from what little fatty tissue i have on me and from all the smoked phatties from all the years combined.
Phatty Patrol wasn’t just the destination, it was the journey & adventure.
- July 15, 2021 - 6:43pmIce Creme KidJoined:October 21, 2008A Long Strange Trip Aussie Deadhead Radio 99.9 bayfm
Cheers man, got a lot planned for this go round of the show!
Spread the news :)
- July 15, 2021 - 6:23amStrider 808808Joined:June 20, 2007Holy .....
I hit 99.9 bay fm and the end of Lovelight 8/4/71 comes on. My mind is blown. I love simpleradio. Wow, the ice creme kid. Kick ass!!
10pm - Midnight there in Australia; 0600 - 0800 Mountain Standard Time here. As an early Byrd I can handle it.
- July 15, 2021 - 5:35amIce Creme KidJoined:October 21, 2008A Long Strange Trip Aussie Deadhead Radio 99.9 bayfm
Send me a dm, lots of DHs and good stuff going on!
Tune in to the show
Thursday nights at 10pm
- July 15, 2021 - 5:33amIce Creme KidJoined:October 21, 2008A Long Strange Trip Aussie Deadhead Radio 99.9 bayfm
Tune in, get in touch !
Lots of good ol' fun
Thursday nights 10pm
Search for me on the socials or message me here onsite for more info
- June 25, 2021 - 4:50pmchilly1214Joined:November 19, 2010Australian Deadheads
I'm in Adelaide originally from Ohio/Colorado. Check out australiandeadheads facebook group if you haven't yet. Not many of us down under, but always a few lurking around.
- May 17, 2021 - 10:14pmcoastalkittyJoined:April 22, 2009We’re about to move our…
We’re about to move our family from North Carolina to Melbourne this summer. Hoping to find like minded folks ready to barbecue and listen to the Dead
- October 21, 2020 - 4:00pmDeadSetbandinOZJoined:March 8, 2019DEADSET continues to Rock
Hey All - After a crazy period, DEADSET is rocking again. Great gig Saturday at the Mullumbimby Markets (Mullumbimby NSW) with more to come. Based in Northern Rivers NSW Australia - We'd love to come and play for you. Weddings, parties, good vibin' house parties, celebrate being dances/ psychedelic Sundays .... anything. We jam. Please get in touch and follow us on our FB page https://www.facebook.com/Deadsetbandoz/ or visit us at www.deadsetband.com - and of course if you're headed up this way come check us out LIVE! Cause LIVE is the answer! Peace
- August 3, 2019 - 10:48pmDon El RopoJoined:August 3, 2019Thank you , for a real good time...
Meet at the Movies in Australia acted as a great meeting place for people who don't know any other heads, our Australian Deadheads Facebook group grew its numbers by 15% in just a day after the movie as we talked to folks there and told them about our existence.
It would be better to have fewer theaters showing the shows in cities like Melbourne and Sydney as people arranged to meet at one place , at the Astor in Melbourne people arranged to meet there , where they had people dancing along, we were more sedate in Adelaide , there were about 20 people attending each viewing in Perth and Brisbane , have not had any reports from Sydney, as they don't seem to be as much of a community there,people are probably very spread out .
Lack of publicity was an issue , the local cinema in Adelaide did zip to publicize the event , if it can be done again we can try and spread the word on our Australian Deadhead Facebook group and get more to attend by handing out fliers and tacking up posters on bulletin boards.