Brewer & Shipley, a folk rock duo, are singer-songwriters Mike Brewer and Tom Shipley. This song from 1971 was their most successful.
Even though in a way it can be considered a song about excess, One Toke over the Line, in the vernacular of the age a toke was a puff from a marijuana cigarette.
The performance at the 1972 Tony Awards
“The Cover of ‘Rolling Stone'” was written by Shel Silverstein with Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show recording it. It was the band’s third single and peaked at number six on the U.S. pop chart for two weeks on March 17–24, 1973.
Dr Hook And The Medicine Show did get their picture on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine on March 29, 1973 issue. It was only a caricature of the band not a photograph and the band name was not mentioned. The caption was, “What’s-Their-Names Make the Cover.”
It’s been reported that they really did buy five copies for their mothers.
Sometimes it takes three to make a successful venture and this site will feature:
H. August Knight with his ‘From a Fan’s View’ of the Arts
Toni Lynne is a child of the ’70s and present videos and information of the music of the 70’s with 70’s Music Revisited
Steve Atkinson started 6 Things to Consider in 2006, when he wrote 6 paragraphs on a random subject. That site has been lost due to technical issue and will be revived here.