Great, I take a nap this afternoon and wake up to five pages of insanity.
Okay, now bear with me on this one. Uncle Tupelo, the band that would later evolve into Wilco, was originally called The Primitives, and one primitive creature is the monkey. Jay Farrar left Uncle Tupelo and later formed Son Volt. Son = offspring, and a volt of electricity would be warm.
on the subject of Jason Bonham he just formed a new band called Black Country with Joe Bonamassa (who was in bloodline a band composed of sons of famous musicians Joe being the only one that wasn't a son of a famous musician) and Glenn Hughs (mid 80s black Sabbath and some version of Deep Purple)
I grew up worshipping Rock and Roll like a religion. I know its shortcomings and strengths but have loved it unconditionally all the same since I was eight-years old. I ran away and joined the circus and honestly, I'm still as obsessed as I was as a boy. I'm not a kid anymore but I still remember how it felt and it doesn't really feel all that different to me now.
I still think it's a reference to the deceased Link Wray (the missing Link = monkey, ray = warm) and his headlining children, Pete Townshend (The Who) and Neil Young. Some think it's too early for a BIG clue, but hey, we deserve it. And, a single clue for 2 headliners based on a reference to a dead rock legend is pretty clever. Ozomatli works well too.
Edit: On a more ominous note, Link Wray had a son named "Lincoln" and another named "Elvis;" The Kings?
I don't have any theories, but one thing I see from others ideas is how much it doesn't work in reverse.
What I mean is, you have to see how DJJD could breakdown the band into a clue. Some of the theories here look good, but when you "play" them backwards, it seems unlikely that DJJD would have broken a clue down like that
You gotta think, how would he break down a clue (this probably doesn't make sense)