My apologies for not posting in a while. Sarah and I have been locked away in a dark room (not really, there are windows) working on the evidently endless details of arranging a nationwide tour for six marginally geriatric hillbilly musicians. It’s being really fun. And tedious. And painstaking. And did I say fun? Holy macaroni!! there’s a lot to this business. I’ve spent virtually the entire day today writing the fine print that goes on a CD package and that has to be PERfect before it can be printed. And it’s 10:15 p.m. and I’m not finished. It’s not that many words. But they have to be the right ones.
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Marideth: I learned that you guys will be in Columbia Friday night, and my brother and I had already bought tickets to the Mizzou Girls’ Softball Tournament. If it is over in time, I’ll come to the Blue Note. One thing you need to be aware of is: In the advertisements it just shows “Winter’s Bone,” and not that the musicians of “Winter’s Bone” would be performing live. I had to go on Blue Note’s site and search before I saw that you will be here in person. Don’t know if you can correct this, but thought you should know…
Travel safe, have fun, sing sweet … oh wait, you can do the last two, so I’ll work on angels for the first one 🙂
For “marginally geriatric hillbilly musicians” it sure sounds like you’re young enough to do all of this and do it well! I plan to get tickets for the venue in Washington, D.C. and can’t wait! Have a safe trip and enjoy every minute!
You all be careful and have a great time.eb