March 2020 – Isolation Song 12

Papa Gene’s Blues by Michael Nesmith

This song brought me so much joy today! I hope it brings joy to you as well.

Sending big love to you all! And big big love to Paul’s dad, Norm. (Please send him good vibes)!

 


Paul and I have no idea when our next gig is – all gigs have been canceled. We make our living through gigs. We will continue to play no matter what. If you enjoy our playing, consider buying us a coffee (see links below) or sending a tip through venmo or paypal.

Paul and I have no idea when our next gig is – all gigs have been canceled. We make our living through gigs. We will continue to play no matter what. If you enjoy our playing, consider buying us a coffee (see links below) or sending a tip through venmo or paypal.

And/or, sharing this post or the video, liking, commenting – it all helps. ❤

venmo @cosmic-holly-troy or @paul-james-perreault

paypal – paypal.me/sacredfolly or paypal.me/pauljamesperreault

Paul’s Band is Planet Sandwich instagram @planet_sandwich  Paul’s link to buy me a coffee 

Holly’s Band is the Lofi Sofias – instagram @lofisofias  Holly’s link to buy me a coffee

Photo: Michael Nesmith (center, foreground) with the other members of The Monkees — Davy Jones (left), Micky Dolenz and Peter Tork (right) — in the late 1960s.

Henry Diltz/Courtesy of the artist from the NPR interview Michael Nesmith On ‘Infinite Tuesday’ And Touring With Hendrix

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I'm a rock-n-roller poet who left the Big Apple for the Big Sky Desert where I've been letting it be and grooving with universal love, singing to the gods, dancing with the muses and bicycling with dreamtime messengers. I like altering my reality through imagination, movement, breath, and makin' stuff.

2 thoughts on “March 2020 – Isolation Song 12

  1. That was great. I have to admit that I always liked the Monkeys, and I thought Nesmith was so cool back in the 60s. I had a cousin that looked a lot like Micheal Nesmith. When we would go to visit my aunt and uncle in the early sixties he would let me play his Les Paul. I couldn’t really play much back then (I think that Les Paul weighed as much as I did in those days), but it was sure fun making noise on that guitar. Good vibes sent Norm’s way.

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