Author Archives: JRS

Father John Misty

Guys and gals – we’ve got ourselves a reader. Over the past three or four weeks, I’ve been gorging myself on the newest offering from Father John Misty called, “I Love You, Honeybear”. Father John Misty (aka Josh Tillman) is a little off the beaten path from my everyday twangy, rock-ish tastes. My general description […]

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July 4th Sale Roundup

While all of you are out celebrating America’s birthday, I’d like to bring your attention to quite a few sales….and by ‘a few’, I mean a ton.  Enjoy: Onward Reserve has 30% off all Spring and Summer merchandise.  Not to be missed, folks.  Stuff from Peter Millar, Southern Proper, Southern Point, Johnny-O, and OR stuff. […]

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Happy Independence Day

Happy Independence Day from the Red Clay Soul family! Enjoy the image (we are physically in Atlanta, but our souls are in Chicago).  Some words borrowed from the Grateful Dead that are 100% appropriate for today, and quite frankly every day: “WAVE THAT FLAG, WAVE IT WIDE AND HIGH” from “U.S. Blues”

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Independence Day | Night Action

Tomorrow is the big one.  America’s birthday.  It’s a day-to-night event that starts on a body of water, either chlorinated, salty, or fresh, followed by some variety of meat cooking and an ultimate pyro-level celebration of our great nation.  The theme is red, white, and blue.  Simple.  Here’s how to do it right, with a little […]

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“Ready When You Are” Grizzard T-Shirts

I truly miss Lewis Grizzard.  I have all of his books and refer to them frequently.  He was an icon of the South, and I hate that there are generations that have missed the Grizzard experience.  Tip of the hat to Classic Georgia and Peach State Pride for doing their part in keeping his legacy going. […]

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Brad Evans - July 1, 2015 - 12:08 PM

Love it! My favorite writer.

Perry - July 2, 2015 - 5:04 PM

I had the good fortune to once see Lewis Grizzard do his stand-up, more so than his writing, which was fantastic, it was his spoken delivery of the words. His Georgia accent put everything in better perspective, and once you heard him, you could imagine the delivery when you read his books and newspaper columns. My family quotes Lewis regularly, and the quote on this T-shirt is one of my favorites.

The Chairman - July 3, 2015 - 1:33 PM

I purchased this after seeing it here. Took a while to get here, but it was worth the wait. Got a Master green Georgia visor too. It helps stay connected when living across the border in Bammer.

Lust: The Ike Behar Knit Blazer

This might be the perfect summer blazer. The Tessilgrosso Jersey Knit is a nice change from the typical linen or cotton; it fits the body much better. It’s not a bad price point for an Italian-made blazer ($525).  Available in navy blue, heathered khaki, and heathered grey (in order, below): Want one?  Call my friend […]

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Happy Carolina Day

Today is Carolina Day, a distinctly Charlestonian holiday commemorating the Battle of Sullivan’s Island. On June 28, 1776, an assault by combined British naval and military forces was made to seize Charles Town, at the time the fourth largest city in British North America. They were repelled against all odds, and that victory is celebrated […]

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