Let's not forget it was also one of Tommy Bolin's finest moments on record. The delay effect he does with the tape machine on Quadrant, for example, is just insane.
I really enjoyed these guys from Amsterdam! They demonstrated that music is universal.
They had great choices in rthyms and combined it with a simple and perfect "Sweetwater" atmosphere. Having done that, it was a fantastic night to dance, dance, dance and that's what I love! md squared had a full sound even though they were 3 musicans. They have great style and stage presence. All they want to do is share good music! They're message was beautiful, solid, proven and real! yeah, I'm old school, call me an ole hippie or call me the Cap'm, these guys are good fun and a good time! Watch'um, don't miss'um next time!....and don't forget to thank Sweetwater management for their great choices in bands. Regards, The Cap'm
it is truly an honor to have studied with Mark at SSU. His commitment to teaching, passion for painting and dedication to critical discourse made a lasting impact on me as a young student and inspired me to be the artist I am today.
My $100 check was not cashed until I passed the drug a d alcohol test, the casino background check and then the background check the gaming commission conducted. I then did all the employment processing paperwork with HR, then they cashed my check.
The $100 is for a gaming license. Not the background check. Although you have to pass the background check to obtain the gaming license.
I am questioning a $100 background check fee for applicants. it seems exorbitant. is this being mandated to candidates who are really on the fringe of actually being hired - or an "oh by the way" you might not get the job (even if your BC comes back clean)? fees for a solid BC don't have to be so much. this appears to be marked-up pricing. I 'get' that a candidate is entitled to keep the info later and could use it for another job if needed, but this is a high cost. it should be reimbursed, at least partially if one is hired and mandated only when management is 'pretty sure' they want this person. Can the PD or the NBBJ investigate the legality?
TAPS is my favorite place in Petaluma. Good luck, Eric! We'll follow you wherever you end up. Too bad the landlord doesn't see the long term value in having the coolest spot in town be under his roof!
This was last weekend get the dates right
I moved to Sonoma County two years ago, partly due to the fact that it's the home of Bear Republic, Russian River, and especially Lagunitas. Now I'll have to seek out some HenHouse!
Nice article about Remy and Paul with Fogbelt looking forward having them as neighbors at @Santa Rosa Vintners Square soon! Cleveland Avenue is Happening place just uptown from Downtown SR. where everything is happening.
A fabulous show supporting the local community of Petaluma.
Jess Jackson on GlennEllen spent how many millions of dollars for hops?....And two others?..Good luck...but the price per ton and harvested tonnage on grapes per acre vs. lbs. of hops @ "X" price is what?....Where is the money? Or is this a luxury?....
Please there are perhaps fifteen other artist supporting another five headliners....This will be from Mr. Dave Alvin's, "Guilty Women " and much more...The Earl Baum Blind Center Benefit show upon Occidental Rd. show will out do Saturday at R.R. Johnson's Beach , Don't miss Sunday with Los Lobos and ending with Mr. Boz Scaggs what so-ever..for the Blues Festival...b
Hops grow on bines not vines.
Good article on the local Stony Point Rd., Sonoma Highway, Occidental Rd./ Mill Station Rd., rollovers and deaths....Oh, alcohol was going down but you failed to mention how these people fill up our E.R. services while trying a local buzz....
How much money did entertainment Mr. John Beck make on pumping a failure in the Santa Rosa Press Democrat?...The show only would run well on Saturday and Sunday...THis was given..Yet discarded...Was mgt. on MDMA?......The rest was lost money and blood, sweat, broken bones for Union workers and private contractors going under.......
Judge Seligman is a myopic civil rights attorney poorly disguised as a judgel. His desire to implement his civil rights politics into the framework of family law is unethical and in complete disregard for written and tested family law. He should be removed from the bench immediately.
Great Article! Jeff Bull is rocking out with all his new projects, I don't know how the guy does it all ^_^
Check out the trellised Cascade Hops growing along Mendocino Ave in the beer garden of recently opened Heritage Public House , offering a large variety of California only craft beer on tap and amazing gastropub fairer lunch and dinner . Side note :Florian Daunhauer was former property owner in the mid 1960's when the business location was the Copper Penny.
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