Ramble On Ron

Diamonds, Music and other Facets of Life

Summer Time’s Come and Gone…

Not a lot out of Ramble On Ron lately but a lot of exciting developments for Samuelson’s Buyers in the fall. For now, check out a smokin’ US Blues from Jerry and the boys (Bobby and his short shorts) at Rich Stadium 7/4/89.

Grateful Dead, Ramble On Rose, Copenhagen 4/17/72

My very first blog post was Ramble On Rose from 6/26/94. Check this one out from 4/17/72 and enjoy!

Thank You Jerry Garcia

This week is Jerry week. It was Jerry Garcia’s birthday (he would have been 68) on August 1st and he died on August 9, 1995. Thank you Jerry.

Sure Don’t Know What I’m Going For, But I’m Gonna For It For Sure

Happy New Year!  It was a great year for me personally and for Samuelson’s Diamonds.  We are growing as a company in all directions both locally and online.  In my first post of 2010, what better video to post than one of the Grateful Dead’s most meaningful songs, Saint of Circumstance.  This was performed at [...]

Summer Concert Review

As the late, great Jerry Garcia said, “Summer time’s come and gone my oh my.”  And this summer went fast.  I hit a few shows though, both local and national acts, and the results were mixed.  I’m gonna start in the spring. March – Blues Traveler Yeah I folded and thought that they would be [...]

Happy Birthday Jerry!

Yesterday was Jerry’s birthday – he would have been 67.  I went to see The Bridge and they played a great version of Althea.  Here’s Jerry and the boys doing it.  Check out Jerry’s shiny new custom “tiger” guitar – my favorite. Turn the volume up and enjoy!

Happy 4th of July!

Happy 4th everyone – check out this cool video from Jerry, Bobby and Los Lobos.  Enjoy!

Grateful Dead, Omni Atlanta, 3-30-94

This was my senior year of college down at Emory U. I remember this Here Comes Sunshine opener specifically – sitting in the 4th row center with my buddy Ryan. Got mail order and got lucky for this show. Jerry still rips here – I love it and wish I could be back there in [...]

The Samuelson Family is Rebuilding Baltimore

Well it’s almost here. After eight long years of waiting, negotiating, and thinking about the redevelopment of our city block, the 400 block of West Baltimore Street, we are finally ready to move forward. And it all started in 1972 when my grandfather, Milton Samuelson, bought four properties on this block after our move from [...]