Welcome back to another edition of The Workweek, which in turn means another edition of Hors d’Oeuvres. Just think of it like this: By the time you’re finished reading these articles, it will be that much closer to Friday. I promise.
- Some of Jerry Garcia’s first pieces of art go up for sale — consider this an investment tip for old school heads
- Pearl Jam played a secret show for 300 people in Hawaii
- The NY Post’s Dan Aquilante nearly fell asleep at the Tenacious D show at MSG, while Sia Michel of the NY Times didn’t like the show much better (let’s see what kind of fluff our own Hal Hansen can spin this week)
- An interview with U-Melt’s keyboard player Zac Lasher
- Gov’t Mule produced enough material recording High and Mighty to put out another album
- Brett Milano of the Boston Herald wanted more bustouts from The Who
- Malcolm In The Middle’s Justin Berfield is at work on a movie entitled Captain Trips: A Biography of Jerry Garcia
- Ricky Flake of the Sun Herald offers up a great list of albums to put under the Christmas tree.
- Once again Neddy presents the best shows …of the week
- Jamcruise and Jamcam team up for a double DVD series
- An Aquarium Drunkard presents an incredible mp3 collection of Neil Young’s best from 1974-1976
- Largehearted Boy takes a look at this week’s new CD and DVD releases
- Phish and Chips takes a look at the different versions of I Shot The Sheriff
That’s it for this edition, please chew me accordingly out if I missed anything