Monday, August 28, 2006


The fall tour is starting to fill out and I just added some dates in Texas. There are two "End of the summer" parties, (one in Dallas and one in Austin) plus a night at Lago Music Hall. This a new area and state for me, and that's exciting!!! Thanks to my friend Ray for your help. This puts me on track for continuing on to Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Taos and then Red River. There is also another trip scheduled to "The Salida Cafe" in Salida, Colorado. My favourite town in Colorado..... That's on the 6th, October. I'll post more as it becomes available.

Friday, August 11, 2006

Sugarmill Creek, Lake Burton and South Carolina.

It's has cooled off a little here in Georgia.
I shall be playing at Sugarmill Creek most Saturdays until 16th, September, then I leave for the Tin Star Saloon in Santa Fe, N.M. (22nd) followed by Ronnie Lee's in Taos (23-24) and then to Red River for the Aspencade Festival. Aspencade is from 29th, September through 1st, October. More dates are coming in and they will be posted on the "upcoming" section of my website. Thanks for your help John.. Have a great weekend. I hope to see you all tomorrow on the deck......

Sunday, August 06, 2006

At the Alvarado

Last night I was on the deck at Sugarmill Creek. It was a good night. I enjoyed being back with my friends from Georgia and South Carolina. Thanks to Linda and Robert for the gift of the spoon. If you click on the photo it will enlarge and you'll be able to see all the details. This has a very special meaning for me as "At The Alvarado" is my favourite song on the album. When I wrote this song I was trying to create a mood and sound similar to the music I imagined would have been played there during it's heyday.

There was a heavy rain last night that cut short the show but it was much needed and appreciated. It seems this summer, that the rain followed me wherever I went. Maybe I can hire myself out as a "rain maker" The "Pied Piper" of rain clouds.

Saturday, August 05, 2006

Back home.

I left Red River on Monday just before lunch and drove to Cimarron. There I stopped to see Vallerie from The Buffalo Nickel and also talked with the (soon to be) new owner of what used to be Kit Carsons bar and restaurant. I will be performing there once all the renovations are completed. Leaving Cimarron around 2:00pm, I headed for Texas and spent the night in Memphis Texas. Tuesday night I stayed in Mississippi, arriving home Wednesday at 6:00pm. That's a distance of almost exactly 1550 miles.

Tonight I'll be at Sugarmill Creek once more. I'll stay at the lake and tomorrow attempt to complete some of the songs I started in Red River.