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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 07:19 AM


If Willie Nelson wants to stay out of jail, he is going to have to sing. After being arrested for marijuana possession last year, Nelson has been offered a plea deal by a Texas prosecutor: get away scot-free in exchange for $378 (236) and a rendition of Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain. County attorney Kit Bramblett explained, "You bet your ass I ain't gonna be mean to Willie Nelson."

In November 2010, Nelson was en route from California to Austin, Texas when his tour bus was stopped by police. Agents searched the suspicious-smelling vehicle and claimed to find six ounces (170g) of marijuana, which Nelson admitted was his own. The country singer was taken to Hudspeth county jail and although he posted $2,500 (1,600) bail, sheriffs warned he could return to spend up to 180 days behind bars.

Happily for Nelson, things seem to have changed after his case landed on Bramblett's desk. Removed from its packaging and paraphernalia, Bramblett said the weight of the marijuana and thus the seriousness of the charges dropped. "Between me and the sheriff, we threw out enough of [the marijuana] or smoked enough so that there's only three ounces," he joked to the Big Bend Sentinel. But although Nelson's offence could essentially be waived, with the singer paying a fine by post, Texas officials have resolved to bring the Red Headed Stranger back into their jurisdiction.

Judge Becky Dean Walker allegedly told Bramblett, "Don't [you] dare let Willie Nelson plead through the mail". And so, the prosecutor explained, "I'm gonna let him plead, pay a small fine and he's gotta sing Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain with his guitar right there in the courtroom". The concert is scheduled for the next time Nelson passes near to Sierra Blanca.

Nelson will also be asked to pay a fine of $100 (63) and court costs totalling $278 (174). "Willie Nelson is 77 years old and I'm 78," Bramblett said. "He's been my favorite artist all my life. We all know he smokes a little pot."


http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2011/mar/29/willie-nelson-sings-to-avoid-ja il

 

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Maybe this will help draw the line and they'll leave old Willie alone. After all there's no point in arresting him if no judge is going to bust him.

I once heard that the reason the feds are always giving Willie a hard time is because of his allegiances with the native Americans.

 

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 08:45 AM
That judge deserves a special commendation.

 

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 09:21 AM
Love the way celebrities get special treatment...

 

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 09:52 AM

Just legalize it already. I'm GLAD the prosecutor can stand up there and joke about it, but the whole thing's a friggin farce.

 

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 09:56 AM
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but the whole thing's a friggin farce.
Not if you're in the alcohol or prescription drug biz!

 

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 10:01 AM
MMmmmmhmm. Here in Florida we have a governor who's just itching to start a new drug testing program for State employees. Meanwhile he's a co-founder of a bigass company that handles drug testing. At the same time, he goes and kills the State-run database we had to try to stop doctor-shopping for Rx drugs. It's a sham and a shame but we only have ourselves to blame.
 

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 10:35 AM
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Love the way celebrities get special treatment...


There is a difference between a celebrity (that is some nit wit like Jessica Simpson, Lady Gaga, so on) and an American Icon like Willie Nelson. To me, Willie is basically America personified. If Willie hasn't earned the right to smoke some dope as he travels the country playing music and bringing joy to people at 78 years old, then who has? Not to mention that Willie gives back to the backbone of this country, the farmers, on a yearly basis and has done so for quite some time.

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 11:55 AM
He should agree to do it.
Then play "Me & Paul" instead.

 

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 12:56 PM
Not for nothing and I like Willie Nelson, but if he gets off with a fine and song so should anyone else caught for the same offense IMO.

That being said I don't even think he should have been charged with anything and think marijuana should be legalized.

 

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 01:03 PM
Huddie Ledbetter (Leadbelly) sang his way out of jail in Texas and also in Louisiana according to blues legend.



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[Edited on 3/29/2011 by KWidgeon]

 

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 01:16 PM
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Love the way celebrities get special treatment...


There is a difference between a celebrity (that is some nit wit like Jessica Simpson, Lady Gaga, so on) and an American Icon like Willie Nelson. To me, Willie is basically America personified. If Willie hasn't earned the right to smoke some dope as he travels the country playing music and bringing joy to people at 78 years old, then who has? Not to mention that Willie gives back to the backbone of this country, the farmers, on a yearly basis and has done so for quite some time.

Ryan


If you were busted for the same offense and had to spend 6 months in jail because you were NOT Willie Nelson, do you think you would still feel the same way? If so, you are a better man than I am.

 

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 01:17 PM
Why is County attorney Kit Bramblett still working at age 78? Does the practice of law not pay enough to allow one to retire? Hang it up dude, smoke a few joints and go to some Willie Nelson concerts if you like him so much. That's the problem with some straight folks; they're addicted to work instead.

 

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 01:28 PM
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Love the way celebrities get special treatment...


There is a difference between a celebrity (that is some nit wit like Jessica Simpson, Lady Gaga, so on) and an American Icon like Willie Nelson. To me, Willie is basically America personified. If Willie hasn't earned the right to smoke some dope as he travels the country playing music and bringing joy to people at 78 years old, then who has? Not to mention that Willie gives back to the backbone of this country, the farmers, on a yearly basis and has done so for quite some time.

Ryan


If you were busted for the same offense and had to spend 6 months in jail because you were NOT Willie Nelson, do you think you would still feel the same way? If so, you are a better man than I am.


6 oz would get you more than six months!

 

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 03:27 PM
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Love the way celebrities get special treatment...


There is a difference between a celebrity (that is some nit wit like Jessica Simpson, Lady Gaga, so on) and an American Icon like Willie Nelson. To me, Willie is basically America personified. If Willie hasn't earned the right to smoke some dope as he travels the country playing music and bringing joy to people at 78 years old, then who has? Not to mention that Willie gives back to the backbone of this country, the farmers, on a yearly basis and has done so for quite some time.

Ryan




Willie is an icon,i guess..but,he's no better than anyone else,IMO.The law is the law,right or wrong...& i am 100% for legalization.But,if I was the one in his situation,the punishment would be much worse....& that sucks & is very unfair....& if you wanna talk about being a "nit-wit"....seems pretty stupid to be riding around in a tour bus w/any drugs at all, knowing that everyone knows you're prob. holding.

[Edited on 3/29/2011 by hughduty]

 

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 05:32 PM
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Love the way celebrities get special treatment...


There is a difference between a celebrity (that is some nit wit like Jessica Simpson, Lady Gaga, so on) and an American Icon like Willie Nelson. To me, Willie is basically America personified. If Willie hasn't earned the right to smoke some dope as he travels the country playing music and bringing joy to people at 78 years old, then who has? Not to mention that Willie gives back to the backbone of this country, the farmers, on a yearly basis and has done so for quite some time.

Ryan


If you were busted for the same offense and had to spend 6 months in jail because you were NOT Willie Nelson, do you think you would still feel the same way? If so, you are a better man than I am.


Not willing to do the time for pot, so I don't drive around w/ 6 oz, or any amount for that matter.


 

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 05:43 PM
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Love the way celebrities get special treatment...


There is a difference between a celebrity (that is some nit wit like Jessica Simpson, Lady Gaga, so on) and an American Icon like Willie Nelson. To me, Willie is basically America personified. If Willie hasn't earned the right to smoke some dope as he travels the country playing music and bringing joy to people at 78 years old, then who has? Not to mention that Willie gives back to the backbone of this country, the farmers, on a yearly basis and has done so for quite some time.

Ryan




Willie is an icon,i guess..but,he's no better than anyone else,IMO.The law is the law,right or wrong...& i am 100% for legalization.But,if I was the one in his situation,the punishment would be much worse....& that sucks & is very unfair....& if you wanna talk about being a "nit-wit"....seems pretty stupid to be riding around in a tour bus w/any drugs at all, knowing that everyone knows you're prob. holding.

[Edited on 3/29/2011 by hughduty]


Yeah everyone knows he is holding, my point is at this point I believe the man has earned the simple right to smoke some weed while he travels to play music to people. Leave the man the alone. Obviously some cop thought he would take the time to bust him and apparently the DA feels the same way I do. Don't really care if the average Joe would have gotten the full sentence. I guess anytime you break the law you are taking that chance so you got to be willing to pay the cost. Even then judge's often hand out different sentence for different folks, guess those people can sit around crying about "this guy got this sentence and I got this"...celebrity or not.

Once you have smoked pot in the White House don't you have the Presidental approval?

 

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 08:07 PM
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Love the way celebrities get special treatment...


There is a difference between a celebrity (that is some nit wit like Jessica Simpson, Lady Gaga, so on) and an American Icon like Willie Nelson. To me, Willie is basically America personified. If Willie hasn't earned the right to smoke some dope as he travels the country playing music and bringing joy to people at 78 years old, then who has? Not to mention that Willie gives back to the backbone of this country, the farmers, on a yearly basis and has done so for quite some time.

Ryan




Willie is an icon,i guess..but,he's no better than anyone else,IMO.The law is the law,right or wrong...& i am 100% for legalization.But,if I was the one in his situation,the punishment would be much worse....& that sucks & is very unfair....& if you wanna talk about being a "nit-wit"....seems pretty stupid to be riding around in a tour bus w/any drugs at all, knowing that everyone knows you're prob. holding.

[Edited on 3/29/2011 by hughduty]


Yeah everyone knows he is holding, my point is at this point I believe the man has earned the simple right to smoke some weed while he travels to play music to people. Leave the man the alone. Obviously some cop thought he would take the time to bust him and apparently the DA feels the same way I do. Don't really care if the average Joe would have gotten the full sentence. I guess anytime you break the law you are taking that chance so you got to be willing to pay the cost. Even then judge's often hand out different sentence for different folks, guess those people can sit around crying about "this guy got this sentence and I got this"...celebrity or not.

Once you have smoked pot in the White House don't you have the Presidental approval?



"I believe the man has earned the simple right to smoke some weed while he travels to play music to people. Leave the man the alone.:

LOL,point missed.

 

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 08:17 PM
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Love the way celebrities get special treatment...


There is a difference between a celebrity (that is some nit wit like Jessica Simpson, Lady Gaga, so on) and an American Icon like Willie Nelson. To me, Willie is basically America personified. If Willie hasn't earned the right to smoke some dope as he travels the country playing music and bringing joy to people at 78 years old, then who has? Not to mention that Willie gives back to the backbone of this country, the farmers, on a yearly basis and has done so for quite some time.

Ryan




Willie is an icon,i guess..but,he's no better than anyone else,IMO.The law is the law,right or wrong...& i am 100% for legalization.But,if I was the one in his situation,the punishment would be much worse....& that sucks & is very unfair....& if you wanna talk about being a "nit-wit"....seems pretty stupid to be riding around in a tour bus w/any drugs at all, knowing that everyone knows you're prob. holding.

[Edited on 3/29/2011 by hughduty]


Yeah everyone knows he is holding, my point is at this point I believe the man has earned the simple right to smoke some weed while he travels to play music to people. Leave the man the alone. Obviously some cop thought he would take the time to bust him and apparently the DA feels the same way I do. Don't really care if the average Joe would have gotten the full sentence. I guess anytime you break the law you are taking that chance so you got to be willing to pay the cost. Even then judge's often hand out different sentence for different folks, guess those people can sit around crying about "this guy got this sentence and I got this"...celebrity or not.

Once you have smoked pot in the White House don't you have the Presidental approval?


Did Willie really smoke in the White House? That's funny!

 

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  posted on 3/29/2011 at 08:20 PM
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Love the way celebrities get special treatment...


There is a difference between a celebrity (that is some nit wit like Jessica Simpson, Lady Gaga, so on) and an American Icon like Willie Nelson. To me, Willie is basically America personified. If Willie hasn't earned the right to smoke some dope as he travels the country playing music and bringing joy to people at 78 years old, then who has? Not to mention that Willie gives back to the backbone of this country, the farmers, on a yearly basis and has done so for quite some time.

Ryan




Willie is an icon,i guess..but,he's no better than anyone else,IMO.The law is the law,right or wrong...& i am 100% for legalization.But,if I was the one in his situation,the punishment would be much worse....& that sucks & is very unfair....& if you wanna talk about being a "nit-wit"....seems pretty stupid to be riding around in a tour bus w/any drugs at all, knowing that everyone knows you're prob. holding.

[Edited on 3/29/2011 by hughduty]


Yeah everyone knows he is holding, my point is at this point I believe the man has earned the simple right to smoke some weed while he travels to play music to people. Leave the man the alone. Obviously some cop thought he would take the time to bust him and apparently the DA feels the same way I do. Don't really care if the average Joe would have gotten the full sentence. I guess anytime you break the law you are taking that chance so you got to be willing to pay the cost. Even then judge's often hand out different sentence for different folks, guess those people can sit around crying about "this guy got this sentence and I got this"...celebrity or not.

Once you have smoked pot in the White House don't you have the Presidental approval?


Did Willie really smoke in the White House? That's funny!


I think he smoked w/ Chip Carter on the WH roof.

Anybody remember Grace Slick saying she came close to dosing Nixon? That could have been history-changing!

 

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  posted on 3/30/2011 at 01:22 PM
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Love the way celebrities get special treatment...


There is a difference between a celebrity (that is some nit wit like Jessica Simpson, Lady Gaga, so on) and an American Icon like Willie Nelson. To me, Willie is basically America personified. If Willie hasn't earned the right to smoke some dope as he travels the country playing music and bringing joy to people at 78 years old, then who has? Not to mention that Willie gives back to the backbone of this country, the farmers, on a yearly basis and has done so for quite some time.

Ryan




Willie is an icon,i guess..but,he's no better than anyone else,IMO.The law is the law,right or wrong...& i am 100% for legalization.But,if I was the one in his situation,the punishment would be much worse....& that sucks & is very unfair....& if you wanna talk about being a "nit-wit"....seems pretty stupid to be riding around in a tour bus w/any drugs at all, knowing that everyone knows you're prob. holding.

[Edited on 3/29/2011 by hughduty]


Yeah everyone knows he is holding, my point is at this point I believe the man has earned the simple right to smoke some weed while he travels to play music to people. Leave the man the alone. Obviously some cop thought he would take the time to bust him and apparently the DA feels the same way I do. Don't really care if the average Joe would have gotten the full sentence. I guess anytime you break the law you are taking that chance so you got to be willing to pay the cost. Even then judge's often hand out different sentence for different folks, guess those people can sit around crying about "this guy got this sentence and I got this"...celebrity or not.

Once you have smoked pot in the White House don't you have the Presidental approval?



"I believe the man has earned the simple right to smoke some weed while he travels to play music to people. Leave the man the alone.:

LOL,point missed.


No I got your point, and your opinion, that you think he should be treated the same as everyone else and it's unfair...the law is the law. Futher you think all the musicians that travel w/ weed are idiots...particularly Willie in this case. You again missed my point and my OPINION that Willie has done enough to be treated a little bit differently in this regard.

You know even if I did get busted for something and someone got a better deal than me in the sentencing (which happens on a daily basis) I wouldn't waste my time worrying about what happened to other guy or damning him for getting a sweet deal. Sure I would be disappointed in my own luck, but sometimes people luck out and sometimes people have earned a little better shake in life than others depending on their past acts. For me, that applies to Willie. Obviously I am not the only one that feels that way.

 

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  posted on 3/30/2011 at 01:36 PM
UPDATE


Judge says request for Willie Nelson to sing 'Blue Eyes' in court was a joke

BY Philip Caulfield
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER

Wednesday, March 30th 2011, 11:43 AM
Willie Nelson will not have to sing in court, a Texas judge said.
Phelps/AP

Blue eyes may be crying in the rain, but Willie Nelson won't be singing about it in court.

A Texas judge said a request that the singer perform his hit "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain" in the courtroom in exchange for leniency on a minor drug bust was just a joke.

Hudspeth County prosecutor Kit Bramblett said earlier this month that if Nelson sung for the court, she would let him slide with a $100 fine on charges stemming from a November arrest for pot possession.

But Judge Becky Dean-Walker said Tuesday that the prosecutor was trying to be funny and "it got out of hand."

She also said that Nelson can plead guilty and pay the fine without coming to court and singing.

Bramblett had been playful about the case from the start, telling reporters, "You can bet your a-- I'm not going to be mean to Willie Nelson."

But Dean-Walker had suggested that she might not take it easy on the 77-year-old country legend.

"My court is not a jester court," Dean-Walker said. "I understand that people are star struck, I'm not one of them."

Nelson was arrested Nov. 26 at a Border Patrol checkpoint in Sierra Blanca, Tex., after cops found 6 ounces of pot in his tour bus.

With News Wire Services

pcaulfield@nydailynews.com

 

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  posted on 3/30/2011 at 04:17 PM
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Love the way celebrities get special treatment...


There is a difference between a celebrity (that is some nit wit like Jessica Simpson, Lady Gaga, so on) and an American Icon like Willie Nelson. To me, Willie is basically America personified. If Willie hasn't earned the right to smoke some dope as he travels the country playing music and bringing joy to people at 78 years old, then who has? Not to mention that Willie gives back to the backbone of this country, the farmers, on a yearly basis and has done so for quite some time.

Ryan


Good call. Agree.

 

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Turns out he won't have to sing after all.



 

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  posted on 3/30/2011 at 05:42 PM
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Love the way celebrities get special treatment...


There is a difference between a celebrity (that is some nit wit like Jessica Simpson, Lady Gaga, so on) and an American Icon like Willie Nelson. To me, Willie is basically America personified. If Willie hasn't earned the right to smoke some dope as he travels the country playing music and bringing joy to people at 78 years old, then who has? Not to mention that Willie gives back to the backbone of this country, the farmers, on a yearly basis and has done so for quite some time.

Ryan




Willie is an icon,i guess..but,he's no better than anyone else,IMO.The law is the law,right or wrong...& i am 100% for legalization.But,if I was the one in his situation,the punishment would be much worse....& that sucks & is very unfair....& if you wanna talk about being a "nit-wit"....seems pretty stupid to be riding around in a tour bus w/any drugs at all, knowing that everyone knows you're prob. holding.

[Edited on 3/29/2011 by hughduty]


Yeah everyone knows he is holding, my point is at this point I believe the man has earned the simple right to smoke some weed while he travels to play music to people. Leave the man the alone. Obviously some cop thought he would take the time to bust him and apparently the DA feels the same way I do. Don't really care if the average Joe would have gotten the full sentence. I guess anytime you break the law you are taking that chance so you got to be willing to pay the cost. Even then judge's often hand out different sentence for different folks, guess those people can sit around crying about "this guy got this sentence and I got this"...celebrity or not.

Once you have smoked pot in the White House don't you have the Presidental approval?



"I believe the man has earned the simple right to smoke some weed while he travels to play music to people. Leave the man the alone.:

LOL,point missed.


No I got your point, and your opinion, that you think he should be treated the same as everyone else and it's unfair...the law is the law. Futher you think all the musicians that travel w/ weed are idiots...particularly Willie in this case. You again missed my point and my OPINION that Willie has done enough to be treated a little bit differently in this regard.

You know even if I did get busted for something and someone got a better deal than me in the sentencing (which happens on a daily basis) I wouldn't waste my time worrying about what happened to other guy or damning him for getting a sweet deal. Sure I would be disappointed in my own luck, but sometimes people luck out and sometimes people have earned a little better shake in life than others depending on their past acts. For me, that applies to Willie. Obviously I am not the only one that feels that way.



"You again missed my point and my OPINION that Willie has done enough to be treated a little bit differently in this regard. "

Nope,i got your point...& still couldn't agree more.

 

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