Haha thanks...not a paisley fan, if you couldn't tell. But anyway, I am a fan of the ale house, I used to go there when it was under different ownership (twice!) and the new setup is cool. Hoping for some talent to come through. If you're in the area again, you should check out the crooked I. Also, the Riverside Inn is hosting a music festival just a shade south of here that looks pretty awesome!
Thanks Will. Tomorrow is my Mom's memorial service and we made a CD of all the music she liked. George Jones, Faron Young, Conway Twitty, Buck Owens, Jack Greene, etc... One of her favorite songs was Statue of a fool.
She lives on Lake Champlain now, but we're moving to Maine in a year or two. We'll certainly be bringing some Gram with us, both recorded and on my guitar... I like the photo with what looks like an old Harvard bound trolley in the background...I can still hear the sounds of those things...long time gone, those are...
Just wanted to take a moment to thank you for your recent comments on a couple discussions and posts here on No Depression. It means a lot to the folks who blog and post other content here to know that it's being noticed and appreciated. Since the majority of content on this site is crowd-sourced, community involvement is what makes everything here on ND possible. So, thanks again for taking the time to post comments - we really appreciate it!
The guys are from the Central Valley of California and have the goal to play the Crystal Pallace in Bakersfield (Buck Owens), funny enough.
Just wanted to tell you that I actually wrote an article for ND a while back titled New Group PC & The Angels Of Death Trending, but was taken off because I had already written a short blurb introducing them. Understandable that it looks like blatant advertising.
Also, PC recorded in an project a year back called Buffalo Jack And The Parlor Snakes (not yet out either) with more swamp rockabilly and Burrito country. There's a little on my blog about it.
About my blogs, you may take and use what ever you want. It's what I'm about. No restrictions, so borrow, take, as you desire. If you want to know anything else, let me know. I met the PC and he is very nice. Mellow too!
Thanks will I left Phils Christmas Gift EP at The Group, please share
Please find Phil Lee Christmas Song plus a preview from the forthcoming album for download on Soundcloud. The album is again is produced and features the great Richard Bennett (Niel Diamond, Dire Straits) and is titled “The Fall & Further Decline of The Mighty King Of Love”, and Phil and his music will appear in a new movie to be released next year, indeed titled “The Mighty King Of Love”.
Howdy Will and 'Grammies', this is the perfect group for us as we've written 6 songs about GP (check out our facebook and you tubes. Certainly look forward to reading y'alls points of view, your pals, Hapi & Patty and
Thanks Will, I've decided to start taking my fingerstyle music to the working level and hope it provides a good networking opportunity. Appreciate the groups. Do you know if there are any groups on No Depression for Memphis music?
No doubt you were familiar with The New Soft Shoe as Cleveland's finest that plays the entire Gram songbook ... but there are many singer/songwriters in the area that could take part in a full blown GP festival/event with assistance from Mr. Kirby. Just keep us both posted ....