Sunday, July 19, 2009

Another Great Weekend!

Sherrie whisked me away for the weekend to celebrate my birthday. We went to Boulder, CO and wandered around the Art Fair. Internationally acclaimed Stick player Bob Culbertson had a booth there, we ran into him moments after arriving on Saturday afternoon. I've attended several seminars with Bob over the years, and I'm always floored to hear him perform live, a wonderful musician. I gave him a copy of my new Stick CD "Residue", I'm eager to know what he thinks :)

Monday, July 13, 2009

Great Weekend!

Some images from the Crested Butte Wildflower Festival. I made the trek from Salida to Crested Butte on Friday to join Sherrie as she finished teaching workshops. We had a wonderful meal at the "Ginger Cafe". As some of you may know, we're serious ginger junkies, so this was nirvana for us!

We had lots of fun, it was a great little getaway. Now it's time to play catch-up. Gotta run...

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Residue Video

Hi all! I've posted a video for the tune "Residue" from the new CD. It features photos taken by Sherrie here in Salida one foggy morning. Enjoy!

Sunday, July 5, 2009

Wild Turkeys

You may not be able to see them very well in the photo, but there were over 25 wild turkeys hanging out as we returned from a hike this morning. Sherrie and I took a trail along Bear Creek just outside of town. It has been a great 4th of July weekend. Last night we walked down to the park, Chase N the Dream had everyone dancing, including Sherrie and myself. Then we watched fireworks as they were launched from the top of "S" Mountain.

This is going to be a busy week, Sherrie heads to Crested Butte to teach during the Wildflower Festival. I'll be playing bass guitar Wednesday evening with the new and expanded version of "Your Surrogate Cousin" at Mother's Bistro in Buena Vista. We'll have Chris Nasca on guitar and vocals, Eric Belsey on guitar, vocals and harmonica, and Brian Pence on drums, should be fun for all.
I've been getting a lot of nice comments on my new CD: Residue. I've made myself a Myspace page to help get out the word. Next, Facebook seems inevitable, friends have been asking if I'm on, I'm feeling the peer pressure. I just can't bring myself to thinking about Twitter!