Caucasians

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So much to say, so much… Getting ready to jet for Sharon Playing out at the big Larson Trail Ride tonight Jimmy B. and Michael Kisner are coming down Jimmy’s going to bang around and Mike’s going to complain about all the songs we play with a capo Just like old times Last night we […]

Bobby T’s tonight with extra sauce.

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What a wild ride. Five in a row. We played in Stillwater, OK, on Tuesday We played in Salina, KS, last night I’m playing at Bobby T’s tonight in Manhattan We’re playing in Tonganoxie, KS, tomorrow night We’re opening for FortyTwenty on Saturday in Lincoln, NE I’ve never had this much fun or met so […]

Open mic nights

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Aparantly, an open mic in Sun City means that everyone can plug in and play along with anyone else. Listen here, Buster. It’s hard enough for professionals to play along with me. How the hell can someone with experience in strictly old country, folk, and bluegrass (the adjective operates here on all three nouns) play […]

Lines of code

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I’ve been buried at work lately. Its quite refreshing, actually, after playing 10 shows last month while keeping the job. Already nine are booked for April with the possibility of more. I’m going to have to hunker down for a while and scrape some cash to pay the wolves. Great shows at Martini’s and Bobby […]

You better be there, Buster!

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I’m excited to go back to Buster’s tomorrow night. It’ll be my first solo acoustic show in months and I’m planning on breaking out some old favorites as well as some new stuff. It won’t be your average setlist, that’s for sure. It’s looking like we’ll be back to Junction City on the first Saturday […]