Funny how life brings you full circle. I was invited by Heath & Greg to sing with them during tonight’s performance for JINSA in Washington, DC. I started in Ricochet on Oct 23, 1993…so 20 yrs, 1 month and a few days later we’re performing together for what may be the last time. Brings back a lot of memories-it’s always an honor to sing our National Anthem “Ricochet” style.
Gotta run, coffee’s callin…..
I’ve been doing a series of performances at Nashville area Senior Centers called “Songs & Stories”. It’s a great opportunity to share some musical memories with some wonderful folks!
Upcoming performances include:
8/27 Ashland City Senior Center
9/4 Lafayette Senior Center
9/23 Gallatin Senior Center
9/24 Byrum Porter Senior Center & Goodlettsville Senior Center
9/25 La Vergne Senior Center
10/30 Hendersonville Senior Center
12/10 Goodlettsville Senior Center (special Christmas “Songs & Stories” performance)
My son and I had the privilege of fishing in Kansas during our recent trip there…caught some 5lb Channel Cats, then had a big ole Croppie fish fry later on. Thanks to Dusty, Clyde and Ardis Ann for their overwhelming hospitality!
A rather hot day here in Detroit. Doing a gig adjacent to Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers, and one of baseballs true legends, Ty Cobb. Met up with Matt Heasley, who used to sell our merchandise in the Ricochet days, 1998. He’s playing keys and touring. Always awesome to meet up with old friends. Cheers!
Well, Fan Fest has come to a close for us..it’s 9pm Thurs nite, and I’m standing in a curb in Brentwood, TN waiting for the tour bus, headed to Rockton, IL then to Detroit, MI. Had a great time jamming this morning, however-no matter how you slice it, most of the red solo cups onstage were filled with coffee…) Cheers!