Coffee Break

Hey, all. Sorry to be so long away. Busy, busy, busy, with schoolwork, travel plans, music biz stuff, about which I know virtually nothing that’s not obsolete in this computer age. I hate that. So I’m grabbing a short break today to holler howdy before getting back on my head. I’d have written yesterday, but I went around all day with my lower lip out, because I managed to run off any potential valentine with my surly attitude and impossible schedule. I hardly have time to be nice to myself, and not fit company for innybuddy.

Ok, so much for the poor me’s. I don’t have time for them, either. I just wanted to duck in and say again how proud I am of this movie and its success, and how proud I am to have been a part of it and the music it generated. And grateful beyond words for your continuing attention and support. I’ll be back more frequently for a while, with reports on travels, and soon, an announcement of the songs that will appear on the new album, due out in late spring. Don’t touch that dial.

Ok, catch you later. I’m going back in my head.

Oh, almost forgot. There’s a tour being generated for this wicked band of senior citizen musicians from the movie, now called Blackberry Winter. I’ll keep you posted as details come up. All I know right now is that when the agent first brought up a four week tour of both coasts, we all had to address cardiac symptoms. So, having realized who he was dealing with (can you say OLD folks?) he relented, and now is looking at two weeks on, two off, and another two on the road. Soon, I’ll be able to say, coming soon to a city near you. Stay tuned.


About yarnspinnerpress

Story teller, retired journalist, author, folksinger, folklorist, gardener.
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3 Responses to Coffee Break

  1. Pingback: Coffee Break (via my life and times) | Blackberry Winter Band

  2. hosier1 says:

    I sure hope you are not among the ones with cardiac issues, Marideth. You are still a spring chicken in my mind’s eye and hope so much you will be coming to NC with your band. I have been working on this and Sarah is getting my contacts and venue ideas over to your agent. Please take care of yourself first. Getting ones panties in a knot is not good for the heart.

    • yarnspinnerpress says:

      No problemo, Margaret. I had my cardiac issues back in 2004, and am all better. I just had a moment of blind panic over the first suggested tour. The second, now posted on the Blackberry Winter band website, looks much less intimidating.

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