Old rock and rollers don't fade away, we bop 'til we drop!

We were so much older then, we're younger than that now.
We were so much older then, we're younger than that now.

We’re Robert and Peggy Stermer-Cox and after Peggy’s retiring in 2001, we found ourselves with glorious amounts of free time.  So, we travel.  The last few years we’ve added a list of concerts to our travel plans and now, most trips we take are built around going to concerts.  And we’ve see some AWESOME concerts: Ben Harper (twice), Beck in Telluride 2017,  Alabama Shakes, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Sasquatch in 2009 (going back in 2018) and a host of others.    To paraphrase Ry Coder, we plan to bop ’til we drop!  Stay tuned we’ll tell you all about it!

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2018 Concerts

AWOLNation

iTunes describes the AWOLNation as “A solo project of Aaron Bruno…” who “built a kind of creative free-for-all for himself, mixing genres in a style reminiscent of Beck…”.  Which is…

2017 Concerts

John Mellencamp

Tuesday, June 6th: Weather forecast for the concert is snow/rain showers with the high only 53 and lows in the low 30’s.  We will monitor the situation with the understanding…

Telluride

We left around 0945 heading for Laufman Campground near Milford, CA (20 miles south of Susanville).  We had seen the signs on several occasion as we head north or south…

Tedeschi Trucks

We’re learning that Tedeschi Trucks Band ALWAYS puts on a great show.  From the moment they take the stage to the final note, it’s rock and roll at it’s best. …

2016 Concerts

Eric Burdon

In the early ’70’s, Eric Burdon and War came to the Rogue Valley. At the time Robert was the afternoon disc jockey for KBOY-AM radio (730 on the dial back…

Ben Harper

We left home for Bend and drove our usual route: 62 to 238 to 97 and finally to 20 and Tumalo State Park campground.  It was the usual, uneventful trip. …

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Lunatics United

When we were stationed in Germany, we were introduced to a bunch of wild and crazy guys that happened to be very good musicians and became good friends and fans.  Bodo played guitar, Torston on bass, Mike on drums, and Markus was the lead singer.  Oddly enough, Bodo was trained as a classical guitarist and […]

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Sasquatch 2009

In 2009 we decided to go to Sasquatch Festival.  We’d been to some exceptional concerts, including Pink Floyd at Hockenheimring in Germany (with 150,000 Germans singing along), King Crimson at Merryweather Post Pavillion in Columbia, Maryland, but we’d never been to a festival.  We were prodded after we had watched a video of Harper and […]

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Pink Floyd

A spectacular concert by Pink Floyd – complete with the flying pig – was in store for us!  With an estimated 100,000 plus fans, it was probably the largest of the European tour, according to one blog.  Statistics are hard to find, but as someone who was there, we can tell you there were AT […]

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