02-23-2011

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Photo Credit: Tim Reese

 

01-31-2011

AT ALL UPCOMING KELLER WILLIAMS KIDS SHOWS WE WILL BE HOSTING A DONATON DRIVE WITH A LOCAL NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION.

Ideally, the donation drive will allow children and families in attendance to get together as a family to donate items that will benefit local youth. 

Each KIDS show is paired with a different amazing organization within the city where the show is being held. Please see below to check out HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED and DONATE at EACH KELLER WILLIAMS KID’S SHOWS!

10-05-2011

I had a surreal day in Nashville with the McCoury family.  I’m very lucky to be hooked up as a Travelin’ McCoury for a few select shows this fall. We are playing the Magnolia Fest in Florida as well as the VooDoo Fest in New Orleans. In case you don't know, the Travelin’ McCourys consists of Jason Carter on fiddle, Alan Bartram on bass, Rob McCoury on banjo, and Ronnie McCoury on mandolin. Rob and Ronnie are the sons of bluegrass legend Del McCoury and all 4 are Del's backing band. I’m also happy to announce that I’m a part of the Delloween weekend which will be in Covington, Kentucky at Madison Theater and the Jefferson Center in Roanoke, Virginia on 10/28 and 10/29.

06-08-2011

Alaska is a whole different country inhabited by cool americans.  Just in case you're not a slave to the blue F of the facebook, here are a few details from my trip to the land of the midnight sun.  We landed in Anchorage and stopped by a bar called F Street. They had a big block of cheese on the bar for patrons to snack on with their cocktails. Many years ago, a lady from the health department made a big cheesy stink about it.  So.....they put up this sign to shut her up.  It stuck.  They have t-shirts that say, "For display only.  Do not eat."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

05-23-2011

I had the pleasure of seeing Todd Snider at The Birchmere Music Hall in Alexandria, Virginia. I was completely entertained. He is a true storyteller. In every sense of the word. It’s folk music of today’s generation, but with the respectful nod to the folk music of the ‘60s generation, which in my opinion, a lot of today’s music wouldn't exist with out it. Not only the style of music, but the subject matter in the lyrics.  As far as political and social issues go, Todd touches on some of this stuff, but it’s done in such a way that's not preachy. His songs are funny. Not like joke funny, but smart funny. Even his more serious songs have at least one funny line in it.

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