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“The Dude of Life”, Steve Pollak,  recently shared a song on SoundCloud that he and Trey Anastasio penned in September of 2011.  The song is titled “Edie’s Dream,” which was inspired by avant-garde artist and filmmaker Andy Warhol’s “cinematic superstar” Edie Sedgewick.

Pollak says the following about the song:

Trey & I wrote “Edie’s Dream” as a tribute to the beautiful and charismatic Edie Sedgwick, best known for being one of Andy Warhol’s cinematic superstars in the mid-sixties. Back in our high school days, Trey and I were intrigued by the Warhol Factory scene, which included musical artists such as Lou Reed and The Velvet Underground.

In September 2011, Trey and I met up at Rubber Jungle Studios. He and I collaborated on the lyrics and he played acoustic & electric guitars, bass and drums while I played a single note on the triangle.

After a few hours of recording, we sat down for a late lunch and split an olive loaf sandwich and drank some of the finest Kona coffee.

The Dude of Life and Trey Anastasio have collaborated on many songs over the years, such as “Fluffhead,” “Sanity,” “Dinner and a Movie” and many more.