Geesh. Where do we begin? It's like doing a math problem, overwhelming at the beginning, so let's delve in, shall we?
What a phenomenal night at Turner Hall. Great crowd, bands playing their hearts out, everybody having a good time.
Turner Hall co-owner Mark Mester was happy. "We should try to do this once every month to six weeks," he said.
Thanks to Chris Cornwell and the boys from Fielder, who lugged the sound system in at 2 yesterday afternoon. They were absolutely on fire during their set and left the crowd begging for more.
Thanks to Burt Shackelton for wailing away on the sax with The Funions and Fielder. Good Lord can that man play.
I'm proud of my guys, we are getting better and we know how to have fun. Pat Cornwell fought through feeling lousy and was top-notch on the drums.
Cheeks McGee debuted his new band and they were tremendous. As much as I enjoy his solo performances with the loop stuff, his band is way better. Of course having Keith, Big Mike and a super drummer helps too.
Way too much fun.
Back to reality and Palm Sunday, then heading to the Rocky Mountains. Will probably post something tomorrow or Wednesday. Peace!