Gostaria de aproveitar o dia de hoje também conhecido como meu aniversário pra agradecer todo o apoio que vocês têm me dado nessa jornada. Sou extremamente feliz de ter a oportunidade de fazer o que realmente me toca no fundo da alma, porque dentro de tanta sujeira no mundo se apegar às coisas puras que temos é o que faz o mundo girar.
Essa jornada está só começando, tem muita coisa por vir ainda ❤️🎤🎸🎼🎬
E mais uma vez muito obrigado pelo carinho sempre! Vocês são demais 🤘🏻
Today is also known as my birthday, and I would like to take the opportunity to thank you all for the support in this journey so far.
I’m very happy to do what I truly love, cause focus on what’s really pure and genuine among all the dirtiness in the world keeps the world spinning.
And this journey is just starting, there’s a lot of great things on the way ❤️🎤🎸🎼🎬
And thank you once more for the support! You guys are awesome! 🤘🏻
By 1967, tensions were high in Buffalo Springfield, largely due to a distrust of management, battling between Stills and Young and Bruce Palmer's deportation back to Canada for marijuana possession. These tensions led to Neil Young temporarily quitting the band in that summer, resulting in him being absent for the Monterey Pop Festival the band was scheduled to perform at that year. The Daily Flash's Doug Hastings was quickly brought in as a replacement, and David Crosby also sat in for the gig; with a sort-of CSN precursor taking place in the form of Stills and Crosby singing in harmony with Richie Furay filling in the top as Nash would later do.
Buffalo Springfield performing "For What It's Worth" at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival
Take a little shelter from the rain and come cozy up at Brewskeys for the acoustic open jam. All musicians welcome, drink specials for ladies until 10:00. Music starts @ 9:30.