Friday, September 7, 2007

Spoilt for Choice

Spoilt for Choice

There is so much going on this weekend we are all spoiled for choice. It is good, but the problem is people will be spread thin on the ground. There are seven events on the calendar and a party that I know of, plus what ever else is on. I am performing up in Johnstown so that puts me out of the picture because there are lots I would like to go to. The September calendar is thick with events. Keep sending the information your events are being viewed by a considerable number of people.

To give you an example of how well we are doing I had this from Seattle

Good to see your blog reference to playing the music of Steve Goodman. He often doesn't get his due. Thought you might be interested in an eight-year project of mine that has come to fruition -- an 800-page biography of Goodman published in May, "Steve Goodman: Facing the Music." Please check my Internet site below for more info on the book. Just trying to spread the word. Feel free to do the same!Clay Eals Seattle.

For information on the book go to

Last night was the Stagecoach second birthday party, what a blast. My side were aching from laughing. There was an excellent turn out of people who were determined to have a good time and we did. We had a mystery duo that had the room rolling with laughter. The Masked Banditos gave an excellent rendition of something. I have not a clue what it was I was laughing so much.

It was also nice to see Mike Powers back again from his summer performances in Bexley.He did his version of Those Were the Days that always gets the audience jumping. As was done by other performers he paid tribute to Bill who passed away recently, we know Bill would have enjoyed the night and would have played a big part in it.

Keep the information coming and guide your friends to the Folk Blog.


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