Over the years I’ve been asked by a lot of people, strangers and my mother alike, “what does heady mean?” To me, in the most honest definition of what I could offer as my most utilized use, it’s a word that I stumbled upon having spent much of my college summers and for that matter, not summers, trudging through the jam band concert scene. For me it became a new affectation for the word “cool.” Somehow saying heady was cooler than saying “cool.” I knew this wasn’t what the original founding heads had intended for it’s purpose, but I was cool with that. That being said, over the years we’ve used it here in a variety of forms, all of which in some sense harken back to that original hip definition. That being said, amongst certain sub-cultures, and you can research this via some very detailed arguments that have taken place within the threads of some of our Instagrams, “heady,” conveys a much more clearly defined phrase. Purist heads would argue that my loose definition doesn’t follow the word’s proper derivation and fails to take into account any of it’s original utility. To them I would say that I’m all good with that. It still means cool to me. This session right here, it’s very cool. It’s also very heady, in the purest sense of the word. Confused? Roll one up and watch…