Back in August, The Caudill Sisters, (Jessica Weatherly and myself), played on KRFC in Fort Collins for their Live At Lunch program. I know some of you may have missed it, but you can listen to it right now, right here!
And while you are listening, you can look at this silly picture of us.
Thanks for listening!
I've been back in Nashville for about a week now. Just enough time to rest up and reflect on the Colorado trip while settling into my new house by the railroad tracks. I've also gotten a chance to go through all the pictures that the gracious and talented, Tom Stuart, took throughout the tour. I want to share some of those with you, but first, some great news!
One of my favorite guitar players, Jim Hurst, has released yet another amazing album. On that album is a song that I was lucky enough to get to write with another one of my favorite guitar players, David Grier! So if you like guitar, guitar players, great music, fantastic singing and good songs, I suggest that you visit his website and get a copy of the new album! Its called Looking Glass, and it looks like this:
You can buy it here: www.jimhurst.com! Go on, go buy one, then come back for the rest of the blog. It'll still be here when you get back, I promise.
Ok, so now for the pictures from the tour. I had a blast! It was great to see my family, a bunch of old friends, make some new friends and get to play with some of Colorado's finest for some of Colorado's finest! Ok. Pictures!
From Cervante's Other Side:
Caudill Sisters at Stem Ciders:
The Quartet in Fort Collins on a beautiful day:
In the afterglow of a wonderful time in the West I'll be packing up and heading out again soon. I'll be in Virginia later this month and plan to do a mountain top video to introduce you to a brand new song! I'll also be celebrating my birthday soon, and lets just say that this one will be a milestone for me, so I'll be ringing it in on top of a mountain with my trusty sidekick, Ruby. I'm also getting revved up for Magnolia Festival in Live Oak Florida with my good friend Nikki Talley and her partner in crime, Jason Sharp! Its been a while since I've seen her, let alone gotten to sing an play with her! If you live near Live Oak, come and witness the reunion! Last time we were both in Florida there may or may not have been some late-night-moonshine-fire-spitting going on... It should be a wild one.
After that I'm going to try and ground myself for a while and get all the songs cleared out of my head and into the world before heading back to the good ol' C O in December.
Thanks for reading, and I will hopefully see you all very soon!