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Monthly Archives: September 2011
Whoa! Listen up, Peeps. Here’s your chance to soak up as much Blackberry Winter Band music as you can possibly stand, culminating in a stellar performance of the whole Enchillada, presented Saturday, Oct. 1, 7 p.m. at the Licking High … Continue reading
We all sleep well in our various digs, and Bobby fixes us biscuits and sausage gravy for breakfast. It’s a keen reminder of how close we are to home. But instead of heading that way, when we’re all collected and … Continue reading
We drive all day and actually cheer as we cross the Iowa line into Missouri. We’re still some hours from Kansas City, but our hearts are perceptibly lighter. We roll in and locate the venue, and get some surprises, all … Continue reading
Page 31 of the Amazing Geriatric Hillbilly US World Tour, aka the Winter’s Bone Tour with Blackberry Winter Band
Page 31 and nearing the end, only 2 months and five days after we actually did. I got a puppy, ok, a part-Jack Russell, and I got the part with the springs in the legs. You want ‘m? Anyway, he’s … Continue reading
Resentments are festering again, and I’m beginning to ferret out the cause. It’s no one’s fault, just people’s differing habits. It will come to a head soon, but I think I’ll know what to do. In the meantime, we’re off … Continue reading
Rested and refreshed, and with a shorter distance to drive, we leave Chagrin Falls around noon and head for Columbus. It’s another indie bar, Rumba Cafe, with a small crowd. But they are all serious fans, and again, they get … Continue reading
A long trek through the urban wilderness of Manhattan, the Jersey ‘burbs and across the Chesapeake Bay watershed brought us to Cleveland, the Beachland Ballroom and old and dear friends Dana and Micky Leake. Another ballroom, this one having its … Continue reading