Owl’s Club / Anchor Jam

A one-nighter at the Owl’s and it felt good to play again. I’ve done a few jobs with the jam band, but I missed the band songs. The surprise of the the night was John on stage proposing to Kami. No speech, or build up to the question, just down on the knee, and, “Kami, will you marry me?” That’s John, right to the point. The bad news was Wendell’s car was hit in the parking lot. Twice that’s happened to me, but neither was real bad. It sucks though. Holly and I have both been a little sick lately, mine due to being too busy and trouble sleeping. The jam at the Anchor, although fun, was rough as I “lost it” before the job and again on the way home. Cyndi stopped out and did her thing. Cary might be going to Georgia to work for a few months, and I don’t know what that’ll do to the jam if he does. It’ll all end this summer as the Anchor already has the summer schedule booked. We’ll see, but it’s back in two weeks for now. The next band job is the snowmobiler’s fundraiser in Brooklyn next Saturday. It’s open to the public and we’ve done this job for a number of years now. Another place with good popcorn! My student, Bob, bought a “top of the line” gold-top Les Paul. After  I wiped my drool off of it, I told him it wasn’t right for a student to have a nicer guitar than the teacher! Although, I still really enjoy playing my Peavey Jack Daniels guitar. People often compliment the sound and ask what it is. I guess it’s just what feels right to you…Anyway, stop out to Brooklyn for a good time next Saturday. We’ll see you there!

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