So, of all the things I’ve never had a chance to do-seeing George Strait perform live is one of the things I wish I hadn’t missed. That rainy September morning in 1996 with Roger Cook and Earl Bud Lee changed my life!
Cheers George-the honor is mine my friend.
You wanna talk about a great band? Cash Creek has been making music together for years-I met Kimo Forrest back in 2002 when I was playing keyboards for Chad Brock. I appreciate the guys having me on their web series-hope you enjoy it as well.
It’s hard to imagine hearing Olivia sing one of your songs-but this dream came true for me and my co-writers Tom Paden and Tajci Cameron. I hope the message of our song resonates within you. Peace.
Join us for a wonderful afternoon of music and food at the Gallatin Civic Center on July 17th at 11:30am. I’ll be performing my “Songs & Stories” program-c’mon out and jooin the fun!!
Sponsored by the wonderful folks at Gallatin Center For Rehabilitation & Healing.
I can’t even paint you the color of my heart right now-so many of us are left with a space that was so completely filled with love, laughter, music and friendship-you turn the corner and everything you thought you knew is suddenly different, and someone you loved so, so much is gone.
I speak from this heart, but I speak for so many others. T-Roy, you taught us all so much about living-about giving-about loving. These years flew by so quickly-but the times we had, the miles we travelled, the songs we sang, the prayers we prayed…..all of that means everything to me. I look at the lives you touched, especially your beautiful family-and I’m so thankful that God gave us some precious life to share.
Until, and throughout the time when I’ve figured all this out, and have had space enough to dream-I promise this to you…
Psalm 13:6 “I will sing to the Lord for he has been good to me”
But oh, my brother….I will miss singing with you.
I love you dear friend-
6,500 miles of music, coffee, truck stops, set up, tear down, hang the lights, run the cables, print the set lists, hotels, chicken for lunch, chicken for dinner, long hot days, rain, wind, thunder, too loud, not loud enough, rivers, valleys, streams, mountains….you name it.
Best of all-each day ends with the sweet sound of music. Thank God for the precious gift he’s given
us to share.