Twelve years in, and this box still makes a clodhopper grin. Book comes out in less than two weeks.
Photo of me trying real hard to get that E Minor chord right on the Tele John gave me.
Late bloomer. Wrote a couple pages about spirea in “Truck: A Love Story.” Scent reminds me of something dusty, like the smell at the back of scratchy old curtains.
Thank you Volume One for the photo gallery.
A guy runs out of ways to say thank you. But the Long Beds and I are grateful. And only about 20% of those folks are relatives of mine. (Photo by Joe Sanfelippo)
These two photos go with today’s “Roughneck Grace” column. The whole story here.
Photo from last week’s rehearsal. Up this morning reviewing script, looking forward to joining the Chippewa Valley Youth Symphony for concert honoring veterans this afternoon at 3 p.m. If you’ve used the phrase “kids these days!” lately, you’ll want to see this bunch. Concert is at 3 p.m., Gantner Hall, Haas Fine Arts Center, UW-Eau Claire. Free admission for veterans. More information here.
Usually when I stand up with a guitar (like tomorrow in Wild Rose), I have my beloved Long Beds backing me, but when I head out on tour with Tent Show Radio, I always get to perform a couple of my songs with the Blue Canvas Orchestra, and they take real good care of me.
Here’s a rough cut of us performing “Could Be You” in Richland Center:
And this is “Shaman Girl,” from the show at the Door County Auditorium: