TIRE HILL — Contrary to what some “Dude” may have said, Jackie Treehorn does not treat objects like women.
At least not this Jackie Treehorn. The Jackie Treehorn that’s drawn wall-to-wall crowds to Dively’s Tavern in Roxbury by executing front-to-back covers of legendary rock ‘n’ roll albums including Pink Floyd’s “The Dark Side of the Moon” and the Beatles’ “Abbey Road.”
According to Glenn Henry — who adopted the Treehorn moniker in December to describe his ever-evolving lineup of amorphous tribute music — the name was of course inspired by the eponymous character in “The Big Lebowski,” the Coen brothers’ cult classic about a sleuthing pothead bowler. He says the reference was one that he knew many counter-culture classic rockers would instantly recognize. Continue reading Mr. Treehorn Draws a Lot of Water in This Town