In a special impromptu crossover episode of The What Podcast and Story Time at the Roo Bus, we bring you details on a special Speakeasy-style Bonnaroo live from Winchester, TN. There's just one problem...Brad and Barry aren't here. Instead, we are joined by some very special guests: Daniel from The Roo Bus, Lindsey and Celia from Roo Fitness, Kyle the Bonnaroovian, and David from the I Am Bonnaroo film project. We talk about some of our all-time favorite Bonnaroo moments and what we would have looked forward to seeing this year, had we been on The Farm. Also included are some voicemails left by you guys on our What Podcast Virtual Mailbox. We hope this brings you a little bit of Bonnaroo in June when we would otherwise be hanging out together. Special thanks to Lindsey from Roo Fitness and Daniel from Roo Bus for putting together this small, but enjoyable weekend! Also thanks to Lee Gibson, Seeds?, and DJ Snow for the live entertainment.
Guests: David Bruce, Kyle, Lindsey Huffhines, Daniel Horton, Celia Jenkins
Hey, Brad and Barry. This is Jesse from New Jersey. I want to take you back all the way to 2010. This summer would have been my 10th Bonnaroo. I only missed one in between all these years, but in 2010, it was my first Bonnaroo. And my favorite musical memory of all time was seeing the flaming lips my first year at Bonnaroo. I may have eaten some magic mushrooms for my first time. And we were seeing the flaming lips and they were covering Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd. And I was in the crowd and it was the most amazing experience. And I remember this so vividly as they were playing the song Money. Some guy standing in front of me just lifted into the air a crispy, fresh, hundred dollar bill and he took out a lighter and he lit it on fire. And I just stood there and my brain just exploded. Hope you guys are doing well. Missing Bonnaroo right now. Keep spreading the positivity. You guys are the best. Journey through the stories that define the artists playing Bonnaroo. Who are they? What are they? What will you see? The what? Which bands? This year? That matter? With Brad Steiner and Barry Courter. Well it's a great day on the farm, but not that farm. We're actually in Tennessee and we're drinking beer and there's music. We're on a farm and there's music and there's campsites. There are campsites. And you've got a PBR and your bus. Got a PBR, the bus is here, your bus is here. Finally, in the same place. Where could we be? We are at a secret speakeasy room that we kind of put together over the past month. And I am very sorry to anyone who couldn't be here. We had kind of like a capacity, but we have a lot of people that you may know from Bonnaroo here today. Let's start with this buddy sitting with me. Happy fucking Roo everybody. My name is Kyle. You may know me on Twitter as Bonnaroovian. Happy to be here celebrating the Bonnaroo weekend. I'm so glad you're here. And also, next up, I'm Lindsey with Roo Fitness. And some of you guys may know us from our Roo Fitness Facebook page and Instagram. Yeah, you heard Lord Taco slash Roo us with the bus earlier. He's sitting across from me. But also, we have another special guest. You have probably seen his work before. David Bruce from the IAM Bonnaroo photo project. So it's a privilege to be here, man. Dude, no, it's a privilege to have you here. So I'm humbled. Yeah. I mean, I feel like you probably have a better Instagram account about Bonnaroo than Bonnaroo does, honestly. Well, that's a great compliment. I've heard that before, so that's a fantastic compliment, though. Like to me, but I know at this point I'm posting more than Bonnaroo. To me, the top two Bonnaroo photographers are you and Brian. Yeah, Brian Hensley. Yeah, Brian Hensley. Is this last name? Yeah, Brian Hensley. I love how Brian can capture the scene at a show or from above the Ferris wheel. But you do a good job, David, of capturing people experiencing Bonnaroo and experiencing a show. I appreciate it. I actually met Brian last year for the first time, and he gave me a ride on the golf cart from one end of the tent city to the next. So yeah, he's a very cool guy. He's legit. That's a favorite that can save your life on the farm if it's in the middle of the day. Oh, absolutely. Yeah. Yeah, I actually needed to get to Rural Rides to get into town, and he's the guy that hooked me up, so that was good. That's cool. Yeah. So this was an impromptu thing. We didn't necessarily plan on recording a deal here today at our little mini-roo. I guess we can talk a little bit about it now that you'll be hearing about this after the fact. A lot of this was the brainchild of Lindsey over here, because we are on his property. Yeah. You have put together your own Bonnaroo this weekend. You want to talk a little bit about where this came from and everything? Yeah, honestly, Daniel, it started off with you and I in a little bit of what are we going to do now when Roo postponed? I said, well, I've got this little slice of thing that I own. A slice of heaven. Yeah. It's got some creek on it, and it's got some really nice features, and it's a decent place to come hang out. So I guess you and I tried to... We found a couple of musicians who were just dying to play after being locked up for COVID-19. Boy, I bet that was tough to find. I actually had a couple that were like, hey, can I come play? Which was really awesome. So we just coordinated watching what the state was doing for opening and with the COVID-19 stuff. When it looked like we were going to be able to have a gathering of people, we knew we had the space out here where we could all have our own social distancing and still get together and enjoy a Bonnaroo feel and some music. I know I was a little anxious about this, Lindsey, when we were putting this together, because I've been a little worried of the COVID cooties and everything as well. But we knew that for two reasons we were going to have to put a cap on it. One, just because it's not that huge of a space. It's maybe like a hundredth of the size of the real farm. Oh yeah. Yeah. Not even the size of one of the plazas. Yeah. Oh yeah. And we wanted to also be responsible, make sure everybody had space to be comfortable and keep the six feet rule and everything. And I feel like we've done it. This has gone off great. When you do something like this, you never really can tell the future and know how it's going to go. But we're about to go into night two of our music here on Lindsey's farm and I feel like we've got a hit. Yeah. It actually turned into something a lot better than I expected it to. I think for me, I was going into my ninth Bonnaroo, not getting to spend time with my Bonnaroo friends was really, really depressing. And actually we've all been cooped up. It's been really nice, I think for everybody's psyche to step out and just see some people and sort of have a good time and be outside of our house. Because that's why you go to Bonnaroo, right? In the music for one, but also to go see your friends. To have that here, it's definitely helping a lot. We were joking around earlier today and last night. Of course we're not getting to see the big acts that we wanted to have seen, but hanging out in a campground with funky music, with crazy lights in the trees, with our friends, this is almost just as good. Yeah, trading beers, trading stories. It's been a lot like an extended campground. You stumble upon that party in a campground. It's been a lot like that is what it felt like today. Just like that. Yeah. Everybody still says happy room. Yeah. So Kyle, you're just up the road in... Yeah, I'm up in Muppetsboro. You made the short drive down here. And I know you and I are on the same wavelength. We didn't want you to go by without something going on. What have you been doing yourself to keep your spirits up the past week or so? Not looking at social media. Yeah. Exercising. Just trying to keep my mind off of this week for sure. It was helpful knowing we had this coming up. Yes. Yeah. I'm very appreciative. I'm very thankful for this. But yeah, just trying not to think about it. Not looking at the lineup, not looking about playing would have, could have, should have. I'm just trying to be optimistic about September. So I just, for the most part, wasn't thinking about it. I'm already planning for 2021. Yeah, same. 364, 363 days left. What do you think, David? How are you feeling right now? Are you keeping guarded about September? Or are you just ready to punt until next year? Well, I guess I'm holding out hopes, but I don't honestly really think it's going to happen. I don't really know. It makes sense that it wouldn't happen. Yeah. But I'm very grateful for this because, you know, selfishly speaking, and by no means is this all about me, but this was going to be my 10th year anniversary. That's really special. Yeah. I was going to have people there that I've been to the festival with for over the last 10 years and, you know, the bottom's kind of fallen out on it. But I'm grateful for this. It definitely feels like Bonnaroo. And I'm grateful to have some fresh additions for the I Am Bonnaroo project. That's cool. Yeah. So I was joking with some people last night. There was a guy on a megaphone that was shouting like, happy mini-roo or quarantine-roo, whatever you call it. I'm like, dude, there's not a Bonnaroo happening anywhere else. This is Bonnaroo for now. Yeah. I talk about, I think you, I call you Taco when I talk about podcast stuff. It just kind of instinctually happens. Everyone's talking about that. I was telling you guys when you were doing a live broadcast the other day, I said something along the lines of like, well, you know, to that point, the people that run Bonnaroo were being like really silent. The people that own the trademark were being kind of quiet, but the community is being, the community that owns itself is being louder than ever. Yeah. And it's absolutely true. I mean, they were eerily quiet and I guess we kind of called them out. And then I don't know if they listened and then posted something or if that's coincidence, but. Yeah. Yeah. The fan community has definitely kept this alive. I mean, it would not be the same. Lindsay, you and Celia, who's here? We should have got her on the horror over here. Maybe we should go talk to her later. You were real involved in the fan community, keeping everything going with like Roo Fitness. Like what has been your guys' thoughts like keeping community stuff going the past couple of months? Well, you know, the Roo Fitness group is all about, you know, health and wellness and staying fit for the marathon that is Bonnaroo. And you know, we have a virtual 5K where we all kind of ran our own 5K in our own area and then got together on Instagram live afterwards and had a good time. But you know, I think really it's just, hey, let's have a goal to work for, which for me right now, it's a September Roo. I'm going to work toward it. And if it happens, I'm ready. If it doesn't, then I'm that much farther to be ready for 2021. Absolutely. I feel the same way. Yeah. We often forget about that part of the code. That's the first code. Yeah. I feel like prepare thyself has been a code thing for Bonnarooians the past couple of months because like we've been prepared for like not only, you know, a pandemic, but also like prepared for like the mindfulness that this is requiring. Kyle, you joke that you've been hiding from social media because you didn't want to see what would have been happening or whatever. But like I had been looking the past couple of days and I had seen so many Bonnarooians having like backyard Bonnaroo's, they just get a big speaker, make a makeshift orange. You wouldn't believe how many people are actually celebrating their birthday this weekend along with you. Yeah, it's just, it's such a, it's the perfect excuse to get your friends together and throw in your festival rave attire and just have a good time. Throw some good tunes. Like I'm just thinking of it now because I see a sticker hanging here in the bus with us. The guy that runs the Bonnaroo 365 account, he's doing a really cool thing this weekend where he's doing a homeroom. Yeah. So last night, Friday night, he had streamed Sir Paul McCartney. He's got a lot of, he's got like 10 years of just film that he's going to release on Twitch or his Instagram live. He's really doing God's work right now. Hi there everyone. We know we're calling a little late. This is Victoria. Oh Michael. We're in New Orleans. So hi Brad. We know you're not too far away. And we just wanted to say that happy Bonnaroo. We missed everyone so much this weekend. Immensely. We can't wait till we can all get back together on the farm and really live it up. But you know, Bonnaroo did happen this weekend. We know we felt all the magic. We were able to celebrate at home and put up the tapestries and have- The live show and everything. It's been great. Thanks to Bonnaroo 365's live streams. We felt like we were there. It was just great coming back through all the history of Bonnaroo and just being able to experience it again even if it wasn't at home. And so now we thank you for everything that you all have been doing with Bonnaroo, with the What Podcast. And we're excited to see everybody again. We'll go meet you all in Can't Nut Butter next year. Can't wait. And see you all very soon on the farm. Happy Roo. Much love. Okay, we're back. We would have been interrupted by the same thing at Bonnaroo by random DJs in the campgrounds or whatever. And I'm glad that we paused because Celia is with us now from Rufinis. Hey, what's up fam? How have you been doing? Pretty good. You know, I'm just hanging in there, hanging on this beautiful, beautiful field with all you people. Oh, well we appreciate that very much. We were talking a little bit with Lindsey about how we put this together and everything. And I remember I messaged you with kind of like an idea of what we were doing down here and you were just like, what? Okay, yes. Full send. I'm getting in the car right now. Let's go. Let me in. Yeah, this was, this was a pretty, pretty sweet, sweet idea. And you know, I've been telling you and Lindsey all weekend, just how grateful that I am. I know everyone else are just for this entire weekend, just bringing the community together and just really letting us live this Bonnaroo lifestyle when we couldn't really have it right now. Well, we were talking a little bit about this before you came in. Like it can be tough at times when something we love, you know, you have to admit it's corporately owned and you know, it's their job to make money off of it. But still there's the community that kind of owns itself, right? And so many things have been happening online the past week with people like sharing old memories and doing stuff like Homeroom from Bonnaroo 365. And you know, we did the fun 5K last week and so many other people are doing things from home or whatever. It reminds you that the community is probably the strongest thing about it. It's so much more than a place. It's definitely a people. Yeah, it is a people. Yeah, for sure. Yeah. Kyle, weren't you telling me a story that you went somewhere and somebody noticed your Bonnaroo bandana? Yeah, on my way down here, I'm driving through Winchester, Tennessee, and I'm at the Kroger grass station. This nice kind of woman must have been like as old as our mother. She notices my Bonnaroo bandana from last year, Radiate Positivity. You know, it's just a slang. It's just a term, you know, it's just a saying. But she recognized it and she pulled away her Kroger apron. I saw her big fat Bonnaroo logo. Oh my god, dog. That's amazing. The definition of Southern hospitality. She's like, oh my gosh. And she put her hand against the glass and so we high-fived. It was on Friday. It was just... Oh. And everybody down here just knows it's a vibe. It's just every year, like black work. Every Bonnaroo bandana has a story like that. When you run into another in the wild, you know. It was just so organic, just so random, just a complete stranger and just nothing but love. Yeah. Exactly. I feel like that's going to be even stronger now that, you know, we're missing each other a little bit. You know, the old saying is absence makes the heart grow fonder, you know. When we see each other all again on the farm, you know, the real farm, not the sort of nature one would have to be. Like it's just going to be so bittersweet. It's going to be amazing. You know, I've had many conversations just on social media with all my Bonnaroo friends and just, you know, the vibe can definitely get low at times because we miss everybody. We miss the vibe. We miss everything. But just really reiterating the fact that when we do get back to the farm, that first hug that we give everybody for the first time over what? Almost two years when we go back. At least a year and a half. At least a year and a half. It's going to be phenomenal. That first Bonnaroo hug on the farm. Yeah, I'm not letting go first. I'll never let go Jack. There is room for two people in that damn door. So part two is something I want to talk about. One thing that we've been doing that's been fun at our little Speakeasy Bonnaroo is sharing some of our old favorite stories. You know, last night we were up until 2 a.m. sharing stories or whatever. So let's talk a little bit about line up first. Let's go around the room and everybody tell your favorite act you've ever seen at Bonnaroo and the one that you would have loved to have seen this year. And Taco, you're with the show that does the line up. So why don't we start with you? I have this year's line up. I brought it with me just to cry a little bit. So your favorite ever and then what you would have seen this year? Favorite ever probably either pond in 2018. My man. Yeah. I'm sure to say, you know, probably are tied this year. There's so much this year. Oyster head. I can't even read this now. I can't see this paper from all the tears on it. I know. Yeah. Primus. I don't know. It's. Yeah. All of us. All of us. Yeah. And every single day there was. Can you imagine in a universe where Corona didn't happen, but the current social situation did happen, how lit that run the show would be. Oh, it would be really. Fire. Yeah. Oh my gosh. I don't mean to be petty, but I hope it's raining in the parallel universe. Oh, that's pretty petty. Don't be that guy. Yeah. Yeah. I'm not. Yeah. So what's your favorite show ever? Favorite show ever. Definitely. Sheek and Nile Rodgers 2018. I was in the web pit for that and that dude is a heat maker. There's no way that you can not listen to music and not listen to anything that he's ever put his hands on. He's a big influence on modern music today. Biggest miss for this year. Jack Black and Tenacious D. Oh yeah. I love Jack Black. Can you imagine getting him to party on the farm? You know, he would have been one of the guys that's out in the camps. Oh man. Yeah. I think he was there maybe. 10 years ago in 2010. Yeah. So he's long overdue. After that, DJ Mel. Shout out to DJ Mel. Obama's DJ. No isn't she kind of Obama's DJ? Yeah. Yeah. He DJ'd Barack Obama's inauguration in 2016 and he's the official DJ for the University of Texas Longhorns men's football and basketball team. He's got a very impressive resume. If you catch him, you'll find him in the silent disco. Cut that rug. We'd have Obama come in like in city. Wait, I think his daughter's like in the festival season. Yeah. Yeah. If he's not there, then he can't come because he would embarrass her. Dad, don't embarrass me. So favorite ever and then what you would have seen this year? Favorite ever. Definitely 2013's Pama Karni. Oh my gosh. It was just magical the entire time. And especially when he started singing, Hey dude, can we just reminisce that moment and feel that moment again? I guess. Were we all there? No, talk about you weren't there. Were you? I was not. You were there, Cara. Negative. Oh, God bless y'all. Oh man. It was remarkable. So many people were just crying and laughing and hugging and crying and just the vibe around the entire farm was just so magical. That answer almost doesn't count because that kind of fault. But it's my favorite. Yeah. I mean, yeah. How about you? I actually was going to say Pama Karni. I was going to say pretty much the exact same thing. Yeah. It was. To see a beetle. Oh yeah. Well, so I went to see him because he was a beetle, but I wasn't really expecting what he did and what he brought. I mean, to hear 85,000 people sing that song and what it'd be. I mean, I had tears in my eyes. I had goosebumps. It was an incredible moment. For so many of us, there's a lot of the current generation of Bonnarooomi. That was their first year. So we were so incredibly spoiled that on night two of our first Bonnarooomi, we got like Paul McCartney saying that for us. And this year, this year, this lineup was fat for me. I mean, it was just too. Staggering. I have to say right out of the gate without even really looking at this, it has everything to do with what's going on and the fact that they just dropped an incredible album that would be rummageable. I mean, for whatever it's worth, Pitchfork gave their record an eight and a half. You know, you got to take that and let's kind of reuse from them with a grain of salt. That's pretty solid. I think our compatriots on the Info Reborn would have everyone know that Pitchfork is full of it anyway. Well, you know, I love them when I love them. I hate them when I hate them. But you know, I think this one they got right. That's just a great album and the time is right for it now. Have you listened to some of the lyrics like in detail on the new Run the Jewels? It's like they saw the future because they would have had to have recorded that like months ago. And they actually dropped that album a little bit early and obviously they did it for a reason. So just an incredible record and considering everything that's going on, that would have been a bang for the shirt. I keep thinking about how what was happening in the country in like 67, 68, 69 kind of correlates in many ways to what's happening right now. And you know, music was one of the empowering things back then. It's kind of how Woodstock even came to be. Exactly. So I feel like Run the Jewels is in a big way doing the same thing right now with that new album. Sure. I can make that correlation. You have the anti-war. You have a lot of the doors, a lot of those invasions fans and then yeah, us. I remember right now. They will pull up a situation that we're in. Yeah, absolutely. I can see RTJ using their platform. You know, Lizzo is doing the same thing. None of us mentioned Lizzo, but that would have been an incredible show. Like I feel like her message of like positivity in so many ways would have spoke so well to our particular audience and would have spoke to 2020 and its dumpster fire in general you know. Yeah. All right. So I guess I'll go last. Like my, like Paul, of course is like one of the best like favorite old shows, but like I have said this so many times. I'll say it one more time. Like Friday night of 2016 was like the best night of my life. Going bouncing from M83 to LCD sound system back to Tang. Yeah. I'm not going to talk into too much detail on this podcast about that and why it was so fun. But if you were there, you know, oh my gosh. If you know, you know. Like 2016 was like a low attendance year, but there was just like some kind of feeling on the farm that year. Yeah. I had a blast that year. Like it hasn't been there ever since, you know, since that year or before. Like it's hard to describe unless you were there. And then for this year, you guys know me. I mean, you can take one wild guess who I was all in on. I'm heartbroken. I'm not trying to think too far ahead of it, but I know I'll get to see Tame and Paula one of these days again. So I'm not too broken up about it. And you know, in general, I'm not too broken up that we're not in Manchester right now. We made our own little slots of the farm here and near Winchester, Tennessee. We're not in Manchester. We're in Winchester. It's a slight difference. Some kind of Chester. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Still close enough to the farm where we could still swing by. I mean, it's starting to be sunset on a farm in Tennessee on the second weekend in June and we're about to have music. Yeah. And I'm with some of my best friends and favorite people. So I'm, this is good enough for me, man. David and I actually stopped by the farm this past weekend. Oh yeah. Tell us about that. It was like running through your empty high school. Oh, that's great. You know what I'm saying? And then the traffic, you could hear like some of the vehicles from the highway and it was like roars from concerts past. It was kind of eerie. It was spooky. We walked around Planet Roo. I actually got up on top of the what stage? I planted flowers inside of Planet Roo. Oh man. So yeah, performed a little bit of B and E up the fence. Planted some flowers. No, but no, it was, it was, I only spent maybe 45 minutes there, but David, we ran into each other. What a coincidence. Our lucky stars just happened to line up. We ran into each other as you were on your way out. I was on my way in. You said you spent like two hours there. I was there for two hours, yeah. Yeah, man. And you brought three cameras with you? Yeah, you know, it was, I mean, to say it was surreal doesn't even cut it. And, you know, in similar to what you said, I mean, I literally sat up on the what stage, I've never been on the stage, of course, before looking out at that empty field and just reflected on how many iconic people I saw exactly where I was sitting, just playing to a sea of people. I'm getting goosebumps too thinking about it. Like I was standing where Elton John's piano was. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I think it's like the only people that have been in that spot, like the last show the Beastie Boys ever performed. Yeah. Like Lionel Richie, Elton John, Billy Joel. I mean, just incredible. Jay-Z, Stevie Wonder, like so many. Yeah. Hailey Williams, Florence. Oh my God. Yeah. Yeah. Just lore. Yeah, it just goes on and on. I've been up there too. We kind of took a very respectful walk a couple of years ago in October, like 2015 or something like that. And I went on top of the what stage and it's like, it's like, again, we joke about parallel universe. That's what it's like when you get up there because everything seems so much smaller. It seems like just a small pasture instead of the thing that holds a hundred thousand people. Yeah. There's no way 80 to a hundred thousand people can fit in there. I don't believe it. Just like the hill. Yeah. The hill never moved. All right, guys. I think we're about to jump into night two of our music here on our little speakeasy Bonnaroo here. But any other thoughts before we cut out? This is beautiful. Yeah. Life is good, man. I appreciate you guys putting this together. It's been fantastic. Yeah, I agree. I really had no idea what to expect. I got an address from you. It was pretty much all the details. I was like, bring the bus, bring back. And I was like, all right, I guess I'm going to this thing. And yeah, this has been amazing. Brad, Barry, you missed it. You blew a big chance. He should have come from New Orleans. He should have definitely come from New Orleans. No, he's trying to get you to come to New Orleans. He's trying to get me down there. He should have been up here and Barry should have come up here too, at least for the day, even if he didn't camp. He's a news man. We need that now more than ever. Yeah, he had to work today, unfortunately, but I know they would both love to be here. Kyle, any last thoughts? I'm really thankful that this is going down. Thanks for setting this up. Oh, no, it's very much. Yeah, I can't take any credit. This is Lindsay's thing. This is his little plot. He put all this together and welcomed us in here. So we have to wish him a happy birthday and make sure that we leave no trace and respect his farm. Yes, yes, yes. Yeah. See anything? It's just been great so far and even just making brand new connections that we probably never would have made even on the farm that we made here. It's been phenomenal. Absolutely. Yeah. It's man, it's charged my battery in the same way that like the real bar would have. So I mean, yeah, we'll find out what happens in September or next June. But I feel so much better knowing the community is really stronger than ever. Yeah. It's going to get us through, you know, for sure. All right. Well, thanks everybody. Russ, anything you want to sign off from the what? I'll just have to say goodbye for Brad and Barry. Oh, okay. It's really the first time that we had an episode and they're not here. Oh, and one last thing before we sign off. I got to give a big props to, we talked about Bar and 365 putting together a home group. Big props to the parachute people for doing a lot of things right now. Ron and all the rest of that crew are doing some streams this week. I feel like they have been for the past half decade, one of the prime leaders of the bar community to not just do the thing with the Rue shoot, but promote positivity and inclusiveness and just love in general. And I feel like they have set up the community to have been prepared for this little hiccup and to stay positive throughout it. Yeah, we've been doing this. Yeah. This is not normal. This is normal. This is normal. Yeah. I'm going to give them a big props too. Is there anything new for us? Yeah. And that goes, I mean, there's so many different little communities. There's Camp Red Rue, there's Rue Tang Clan, there's trying to go to bed. Let's name them off. Who am I missing? There's Bonnaroo Chris. Yeah. Yeah, Bonnaroo. The Bonnarooster. Jay's Bonnarooster. Bonnaroo, babe. Yeah. Bonnaroo, babe. There was the Bonnaroo Ball a couple years ago. That was pretty cool. Yeah. I'm sure there's somebody we're missing, but like all this stuff is what is keeping the community strong. It's what keeps Bonnaroo bonnering. I guarantee you there aren't as many groups that are going to Coachella or the Hangout Festival or Blast and Marry. No. Yeah. That haven't made two or three different podcasts. RooHamm guys, that's another one I should mention. Yeah. Yeah, shout out to the RooHamm guys. Yeah. They've been steady. They've been very consistent. They've been on top of it. Yeah. For sure. Camp Phantasmagoria. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. I just, listen. Nothing but love for all of them. I mean, no. Listen to the RooHamm guys. Listen to the RooHamm guys. Listen to the RooHamm guys. I see a lot of our friends here this weekend on our little miniature bonner that we've put together. But man, I think I speak for everybody. We all want everybody together in one place again. And it's going to happen. September or June next year, it's going to happen. Definitely. Absolutely. All right. So you know what? I think on that note, let's go start some music and let's get out there and radiate positivity. Brad, Barry, Taco, it's Parker from RooHamm. And favorite memory of the way, well, I wish we were hanging on the farm together. But besides listening to your show to get me through a back room job in retail, probably my favorite Bonnaroo memory is coming or waking up one morning and finding our only case of beer, which was hams, by the way, to be just boiling hot after leaving them in the sun. So you know, Bonnaroo does what Bonnaroo does. I wish we were hanging this weekend instead of working, but we will catch you next year. And Brad eventually will chat about hams on Instagram live together. Happy Ruh, y'all. All right. Y'all ready to get funky? All right. I'm going to give it up for these guys have not played live in months and I'm sure they've been dying to get out. Right, Brian? You know it. You know it. All right. So listen, the Ruh Bus crew is from Huntsville, Alabama. This is my favorite band in Huntsville, Alabama. It is a big deal to be able to have these guys out tonight. You ready to get funky with Seeds? Let's go. Oh, I like that. All right. All right. All right. All right. All right. All right. All right. Journey through the stories that define the artists playing Bauru. Who are they? What are they? What will you see? The what? Which bands? This year? That Matter? Yay. The Diner and Barry Courter.