Saturday September 2, 7:30
Joe and Harmony's Trippy Hippy Band
Why not come dressed for the occasion?
Have fun. There may be prizes!
Harmony Breeze learned to sing in another life, milking cows on Max Yasgur’s farm. She grew up in Laurel Canyon and moved to Ashbury Heights San Francisco when she was a teenager, tye-dying T-shirts & organising BE-INs, one that lasted 2 years. That’s how she met Joe Flower.
Joe is part hoodoo man, part folk-nik, who lived by busking old blues tunes & selling hallucinogenic CDs inspired by the words of Maharishi Sunblessed Bogey. Joe & Harmony began singing 60s songs together, grooving up festivals from Laytonville California all the way to Wonthaggi Australia with psychedelic titbits and groovy acoustic tunes from the revolutionary 60s.
At one such festival in Woodford Australia, Joe & Harmony shared a Jacuzzi with three other hippies, Rose of Cimarron, Yossarian, and the one and only Billy Shears. The Trippy Hippy Band came out of that hot tub united in their resolve to spread the gospel of peace and love via a never ending mission to supernaturally transport audiences back to the Summer of Love era, a time that most people can’t even remember.
Support act is Bronny and the Bishops.
Bronny's helicopter is strong enough to lift us higher than we've ever been lifted before. The downdraft will spread the love to the tunes of the sixties.