Now bourbon I could understand.
Fellow Srones fan Sherry Davis sent me this one…
The Rolling Stones have gone into business with a disteller to produce a Stones wine. According to a press release from the Stones website “Rolling Stones Forty Licks Merlot is a unique blend crafted to reflect the essence of the rock and roll imagery gracing the bottle’s label. Winemaker Mark Beaman, had this to say about his Rolling Stones Forty Licks Merlot: “For the Forty Licks Merlot, I wanted to work with a wine that captured the essence of what the album was about. Forty Licks, it’s forty tracks covering the Rolling Stones from the 1960’s to just a few years ago is really a statement of timeless classic rock.
Rolling Stones Forty Licks Merlot debuted backstage at the 25th Anniversary Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Concerts at Madison Square Garden last week. Served in the Artist Lounge, Hall of Famers and VIP’s got a chance to sample the wine and the reviews are glowing. “
Yeah but it was FREE AT THE HALL OF FAME. Anyway, at only $20 a bottle you can always drink the label.
Thanksgiving discounts on display
“It makes me feel like I’m 25, and it’s good because I’m not”
an ode to her cat… and the rest of us…
so much of it was vinyl it might not last very long
capped by Jack
it stands as one of Gabriel’s “Solsbury Hill”
powerful take on Denver’s classic
he might feel forgotten but he isn’t