GMB @ Hammys / Wedding / Anchor Inn / New T-shirts & Drum Riser!

The Gary McAdams Band started the weekend off at Hammys on Friday. Shawna’s grandson, Crosby, had a medical set-back and she wanted to be with family. Blues bassist, Dave Wood, filled in on bass and Sully was on the drums. We had a good night and pulled out some different tunes to get through the night. It was a good time and I believe Gary sold a few more of his CDs. Also, Gary’s friends, Brian and Irene Harlan from Texas, were in town this weekend.

Rainbow Bridge played a wedding at the Janesville VFW on Saturday for a friend’s reception. Cyndi’s and my son, Corey, was in the wedding and played bass with us on “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”. It was an early one for us playing 6 – 10, but it was a fun night and nice to be done early.

We were back at the Anchor Inn for the 1st time this year on Sunday afternoon. Bob debuted a new drum riser that Lucas Brookins built for him. It was a very professional job and the band looks better with Bob and the drums more noticeable. Lucas also sat-in for a handful of songs on the 2nd set. And speaking of new, the 40th anniversary Rainbow Bridge T-shirts are now available for only $15.00! Thanks to Greg and Dawn for helping with the sales on Sunday. We had a good crowd, including a lot of Cyndi’s family, and a good time – thanks to all who stopped out.

Another busy weekend coming up with Friday at the Moose Club from 7 – 10.
We have two events on Saturday: The Oo-Rah Fundraiser – The Rock, Beloit from 2 – 3, then at Blackhawk Campground, Milton that night from 7 – 10.
We haven’t played Blackhawk in years and are looking forward to being back.

We’re at Taste of Janesville at Riverside Park on Sunday from 6:30 to 8:30.

Then it’s Vietnam Vets Bike Night at Boardtrackers on Tuesday from 6 – 9.
Cyndi’s Bday is the 17th so we’ll be celebrating soon!

Stop out, say hello and be sure to get a Rainbow Bridge 40th Anniversary T-shirt!

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