What happened to Brewer and Shipley?
At present, Michael Brewer lives outside of Branson, Missouri. Tom Shipley lives in Rolla, Missouri, where he is part of the staff of Missouri University of Science & Technology (formerly the University of Missouri – Rolla).
Are Brewer and Shipley still together?
As if to advertise that some of what we were told about THC wasn’t true, both Brewer and Shipley are alive and still performing both together and apart. Brewer even has a 2018 album, After the Storm, that fans can order with a $23 from Michael Brewer, PO Box 150, Powersite, MO 65731.
Who did one toke over the line?
Brewer & Shipley
“One Toke Over the Line” is a song written and performed by American folk rock duo Brewer & Shipley. It is a track from their 1970 LP Tarkio, and was released as their debut single in early 1971.
Where do Brewer and Shipley live?
It was really fun, and we’ve been doing it ever since.” Both Brewer and Shipley live in Missouri, albeit about three hours apart. “So really, about the only time we see each other is when we both show up for a concert.” Asked how many concerts they do each year, Michael said, “Oh, you know, Randy, it totally varies.
What is the meaning of One toke over the line?
This song is about drugs, especially marijuana. A “Toke” is a puff from a marijuana cigarette or pipe. Tom Shipley explained: “When we wrote ‘One Toke Over the Line,’ I think we were one toke over the line. It’s a song about excess. Too much of anything will probably kill you.”
What does the phrase one toke over the line mean?
“When we wrote One Toke Over the Line, I think we were one toke over the line. I considered marijuana a sort of a sacrament… If you listen to the lyrics of that song, ‘one toke’ was just a metaphor. It’s a song about excess.
Who wrote one step over the line?
One Toke over the Line/Composers
What does over the line mean?
phrase. If you say that someone has crossed the line or has stepped over the line, you mean that they have behaved in a way that is considered unacceptable.
What is AC with 2 lines through it?
The euro symbol looks like a capital C with a double crossbar.