BourbonAndVinyl is about the timeless joys of listening to rock and roll music and having a sip or two of bourbon, preferably at the same time. I like to focus on older, established artists who are making new music. That seems to be a sadly overlooked niche these days. It’s my hope that in these pages I’m able to evangelize rock and roll and the great bands who still play it.
Music has meant a lot to me over the years. Music and our reaction to it can be both profoundly personal and at the same time a very communal experience. It’s my hope here to share some of my personal experience listening to music and discovering bands and move those experiences to that shared communal space. Memories I have often evoke certain songs and vice versa. Most of what I write here, the stories I tell about my experiences with certain music, I try tell from the perspective of two friends sitting in a bar talking… Luckily for me, I married a woman (referred to in these pages as The Rock Chick), who shares my love of music. Everybody who loves rock and roll is welcome here. I appreciate anybody reading B&V and all of your comments or thoughts.
I have spent a lifetime listening to music, going to concerts, reading liner notes and anything else I can get my hands on about the artists and music I enjoy. Some might say I’m slightly obsessive about rock n roll. Put simply my mission is to share that love of music with like-minded people. If there is something that I’ve discovered over the years that helps you learn something you didn’t know before my job will be successful. At the end of the day most of the thoughts here are my personal opinion…this is merely my point of view. I do appreciate a good dialogue and comments/reactions are welcome.
On occasion, some of these posts may have nothing to do with music or drinking but will be my attempt to make you laugh. It seemed funny at the time… In most cases the names are changed in these stories to protect the guilty.
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“It’s never to late to be what you might have been” – George Eliot