What a great Fall!
Sorry I haven't updated my journal in a while. It has been a crazy but good fall for me. Trips to Virginia and the Gulf Coast as well as gigs around town, family stuff and a lot of work stuff have kept me busy. I loved getting to open up for Bo Diddley and spend some time talking to him. He is really a legend. Hanging with the band down on the Gulf Coast was fun too and I appreciate all my friends and family that made those trips.

Halloween was a lot of fun this year and now Thanksgiving is next week. I can't believe how fast this year has gone by. It was also sad for me losing my Lil Great Grandma but I was glad we got to take her shopping and spend the day with her right before she had her stroke. She told us when we got back "that was a fun day" so I'll always cherish that memory.

We've got some cool gigs coming up, especially this TV Pilot Show opportunity on Nov 30th. Please try to come out for that and you may end up on a DVD or something. We are going to be playing some brand new original material for this show that is really different than what we have played in the past so you won't want to miss this show.

It was neat playing Huey's in Collierville recently and seeing a lot of my friends I hadn't seen in a long time from High School. I feel blessed to have some awesome friends that have been so supportive and keep me grounded.

Zach and I have been writing songs together and I also started writing a song with our new bass player, Jordan, that I think is going to be really cool. Stephen is still one of our bass players too but Jordan is now going to be our primary bass player. Stephen is a great guy and has been really good for our band in many ways. He is still one of us. I just got back from Nashville because of some business meetings and we played the Shanti when we got back. That is a fun show so come out if you haven't been out for that yet.

Hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving. We have a lot to be thankful for in this country.



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