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Lobos and the Washington Post
« on: June 22, 2020, 08:29:50 pm »
The band makes the sports chat in the Washington Post with Tom Boswell, one of the most erudite baseball cats who ever put carbon paper in a typewriter.

Q: Music, No Sports

Boz, no sports on my mind today, just wanted to say I enjoy your diversions in to music and culture, man, particularly the music. I recall when when DCUnited hired Los Lobos to play at RFK on the field post match, what wicked fun that was being near Jaime Moreno, Marco and the lads as East LA's best band gave us another 90 minutes , this time of great rock~n~roll. You and Mrs. B, lad too stay safely distant.
A: Thomas Boswell

Just for you from 2017: Billy Gibbons, ZZ Ward and Orianthi do Sharp Dressed Man. Don't miss the Orianthi one-minute solo, or, for that matter, ZZ Ward on harp.

Next week, Blondie, The Lost Concerts from '77 --before Debbie "hit" and got the "look." You can see the pure Punk roots from CBGB, Max's Kansas City. (Mrs. B MIGHT have been there then --cannot confirm.)
— Jun 22, 2020 2:30 EDT
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