(Left) “I started out at Bear Creek. It’s part of the holy trinity of the funk. You have Jam Cruise, you have Jazz Fest. But Hulaween’s one of my absolute favorites. It’s the production… all the artwork is amazing. With Spirit Lake, they go above and beyond.” (Right) “I used to love Wanee, but I think this is totally blowin’ it out of the water. The costume? I just wanted to be majestic as f*ck.” (Left) “Have you guys been to camp bacon? It’s a solid camp, really cool people. That’s what keeps bringing us out here is the family. My mom camps a little further up and she’s been taking care of all of us. ” (Right) “I don’t know, I’ve been taking care of her the past couple days….”
“The most important way we can honor Rachel’s life is by acknowledging the role we all have in changing the laws that took her life. Rachel’s Law is a great start, but we still have a lot of work to do. There continue to be thousands of casualties of the ‘drug war’ in this country every year… from families ripped apart by incarceration for minor, nonviolent offenses; to youth who fall into addictive patterns of drug use because of our failure to really educate them properly about drugs; to the millions of people affected by the violence in Mexico because of the power of illegal cartels. We as a community need to stand up and say that it’s not okay for beautiful people to be stigmatized and for precious lives to be lost because of what anyone chooses to put into his or her own body!”
“I’m from Nashville, NH. That’s where I was born and raised. I live up in the whites in a log cabin, no television, no telephone, and no running water. I spend my winters here in Florida and do all the music festivals and shows. If I could do anything, I would want to be able to spend the rest of my energy with the goddess, my wife, so I can nurture her and she could nurture me. If I can do that, I’m at home, and when I’m at that home, that’s wherever I’m at. And I’m really blessed with that. God bless the goddess, and safe travels to everyone.”