“This one’s for ginning around at the treehouse,” says Jay Davies of his exquisite playlist. Watching the clips on his site, Elsegood Productions, it becomes apparent quite quickly that Jay and his bro/filmmaker, Wyatt, have immaculate taste in music. When there’s no waves, things can move kinda slow out there in West Oz. And a good playlist makes all the difference.
click here - http://stabmag.com/jay-davies-afternoon-at-the-treehouse-mix/
Also have you chekced Jay site ? - http://elsegoodproductions.com/
Rusty artists Adam Cicchini & Tom Milledge are showing some of there works in "Wax Off", starting 5th April. Go see it.
Sculpture by the Sea
The concept for Sculpture by the Sea was the culmination of many years thinking, where a new step in the tho ......
Doobie Brothers drummer Michael Hossack died at his home in Dubois, Wyoming yesterday at the age of 65. He had been battling cancer for some time and succumbed to complications of the disease with his family at his side.
Hossack was a member of the Doobie Brothers between 1971 and 1973, playing on several of the band's best-known hits, including "Jesus Is Just Alright," "Listen to the Music" and "China Grove." Hossack returned to the band when they reunited in 1987 and was a mainstay of the group through the next two decades, performing on most of the group's tours until he took a health leave in 2010.
The Doobie Brothers released a statement on Hossack in January, saying he was improving slowly. In 2010, Hossack wrote a message to his fans explaining that while "it's been hard not touring with the band," he had "incredible support" from his family, friends and the Doobie Brothers.
FROM Rolling Stone