THE HANDSOME DEVIL.

This story had me in tears. I wish the best for Ben, and his daughter Olivia. 

"IF I CAN’T LOVE YOU AS A LOVER, I WILL LOVE YOU AS A FRIEND"

-LA DISPUTE

Someone

I want to meet a girl.

A girl who would laugh at all the thing’s others are oblivious to.

A girl who would hike the highest mountain with me in the rain.

A girl who would sneak out at 2 a.m, so we could ride our bikes around

the neighborhood.

A girl who would dance with me at my favorite shows.

A girl who would hold my hand, and squeeze it tight when something is bothering her.

A girl who would stare at me, and laugh because she knows I’m bluffing.

A girl who would make me mixed cd’s, and always play the mixed cd’s I give her.

A girl who I could wake up next to, and never get tired of.

A girl who would come to all the shows I play.

A girl who could sing the Smiths with me.

A girl who isn’t afraid to show her jealousy, sadness, or anger.

I want a best friend.

I want a girlfriend.

MY BIG GREY CAT

MY BIG GREY CAT

#diiv

#diiv

Title Fight tattoo I got today.

Title Fight tattoo I got today.

skindeeptales:

Sacha Unisex

skindeeptales:

Sacha Unisex

trevskibiznasty:

-Sweetwater

They toured with and/ or shared the bill with every major act of the time, including: Jimi Hendrix, the Doors, Cream, the Grateful Dead, Big Brother & The Holding Co. w/ Janis Joplin, C S N & Y, the Who, Frank Zappa, Jefferson Airplane, Chicago, Chuck Berry, Spirit, the Allman Bros., E.L.P., Joe Cocker, War, Linda Rondstadt, Santana, Joan Baez, Beach Boys, Steve Miller, Chambers Bros., and many others.

The group performed on all major network television shows (Red Skelton, Steve Allen, Playboy After Dark, Hollywood Palace, American Bandstand, Etc.), and at all major national rock venues and pop festivals of the time including WOODSTOCK, where they were the first band to play.

In December of 1969 their lead vocalist, Nancy Nevins, was hit by a drunken driver, suffering nearly fatal injuries including a severely damaged vocal cord. Awaiting her recovery, the band continued to gather fans with their exciting performances while releasing two more albums on Warner/ Reprise, “Just For You” and “Melon”. However, Nancy’s prolonged recovery as well as other pressures forced them to eventually disband.