"I’ve always had two sides of me. One wanted to sing Bob Dylan protest songs and get good grades, and the other wanted to wear leather jackets and get laid."
The Byrds at the Fillmore in S.F. by Ann Ehret—with a rare re-appearance by Gene Clark.
"I think I’m a living embodiment of, ‘Don’t try to push me around or squash me,’ whether its how I talk to a record label or in my relationships,” Raitt shares. “People say, ‘Gee, you don’t really do political music.’ Well I sing a lot of songs about how men and women and lovers treat each other, and none of us want to be talked down to or belittled or ignored or disrespected… So I’m proud to be a feminist.’"
— Bonnie Raitt
Disneyland c. late 1950s- mid-1960s
The International Submarine Band - pioneer of Country Rock, with Gram Parsons
Fact: Season Two was just one long blooper reel.
All the President’s Men (1976)