August 20, 2019 118 North, Wayne, Pennsylvania
Moonalice poster by John Seabury
According to Moonalice legend, it has been far too long since our last visit to the Philadelphia area. We were suffering from hoagie withdrawal.
Tonight’s poster by John Seabury depicts Hoagie Moonalice, who is the finest grower in Delaware County. His buds are few in number — there are only two, as Hoagie points out — but powerful in buzz. You can get a contact high at 420 paces. Hoagie wants you to know that cannabis prohibition is a bad idea. Eventually it will go away. And one day the Phillies will win the World Series. When that happens, happiness will return to the Delaware Valley.
|Performers:||Moonalice, The New Chambers Brothers, T Sisters, Mike Montrey Band|
|City, State:||Wayne, Pennsylvania|
|Date:||August 20, 2019|
|Dimensions:||17.25 x 12.75 in.|
The back story to the Illustration:
It’s based on a very old sketch. Way back in 1978, I was in the studio with the Psycotic Pineapple. Our producer was Dan Alexander, who had recently started collecting original drawings of Pyno Man. I’m not sure if I recall correctly, but I think I was trying get some weed off of him. He said I could draw something for him in trade. He handed me a piece of paper and two pens. So I gripped both pens together and drew a double cartoon face. Then I drew his hand holding up two fingers. Except he had one too many fingers. I captioned it “How many fingers am I holding up?”– John Seabury
- With The New Chambers Brothers, T Sisters, Mike Montrey Band.
- Moonalice big band: Lester Chambers, Dylan Chambers, Erika Tietjen, Chloe Tietjen, Rachel Tietjen, John Molo, Jason Crosby, Pete Sears, Roger McNamee, and Barry Sless.
- Listed in the art database at ExpressoBeans.com.
- Watch this show in HD at Moonalice.com.