The upcoming 11/17/12 show at The Thirsty Camel has been cancelled due to the death of a friend. Some of us will be traveling out of town to pay our respects. However, we have rescheduled the show for 12/8/12, hope to see you then.
We're playing at the Chrysler Museum Glass Studio tomorrow night, becuase we are artistic and stuff.
Join us at the Chrysler Museum Glass Studio Wednesday 10/17/12 for an artistic array of visual, culinary, and performing arts.
Light refreshments from popular eateries will complement the cash bar. Bring a friend or a group, but space is limited for this hot ticket.
We'll kick things off Wednesday, Oct. 17 with music by Gina Dalmas and the Cow Tippin' Playboys. Visiting glass artists Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen and Jasen Johnsen will create a glass cowboy boot on site to complete the honky tonk theme.
We had a swell time at the Virginia Beach oceanfront this past Saturday night at the Neptune Festival - the sand sculpting competition was particularly impressive. We were shocked and pleased the rain held off until our set was over.
Traveling back home post-gig, one of the more taciturn members of the band startled us all with a thought-provoking query I decided to share. In a rare moment of silence without the rest of us interrupting each other, he asked, "Eric Clapton: what's the big deal?"
I'm infected with it. Call it procrastination, laziness, filibustering, dithering, hedging, prevaricating - I'm guilty of all. Had I actually posted updates to the site throughout the summer every time I intended to, I could now call up a vanity press and publish a short novel. Not a good novel, clearly, but there would be plenty of material. I shall hereby attempt to banish my indolent ways. Consider the site updated.