Friday, February 10, 2006

Greg's mom

Some sad news from the Davis clan. Cathy, Greg and Rick's mother, passed away earlier this week. He received the call that she was in the hospital Monday morning while he was still here in Santa Cruz. He was able to get back up to Placerville and be with her for several hours before she passed on.
She's with Greg now in heaven.
Services are this afternoon at 1 pm in Escalon, so send your thought's Rick's way. I'm heading up the road in a few minutes to be there.

Thursday, February 09, 2006

Something for Larue

Part Deux which includes the insightfull quote: "Heck, if I wanted to see trick shots every week, I'd go to a brothel." -- Our Old Friend Norm.


Great Show Last Night

Don't think I can make this one though. It'll be a dandy.

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

State of the Union

And then there's Molly Ivins

Monday, February 06, 2006

Camp Howdy: Just a Tip

Camp Howdy: Just a Tip

Strawberry tics are going fast. just a tip.

I'm having trouble focusing

But that sure seems like it's a whiskey bong to me.


The Stairwell Sisters & The Wilders! (Kansas City)
8pm - $10adv/$12 door
6275 Highway 9 / 831.603.2294


My head hurts. From Johnny's on Friday Happy Hour to Paula's Big 6-0 to the Super Bowl...I could use a nap.

Sunday, February 05, 2006

Ain't gonna miss this.

Already got my tix.....!

Called "the ascended master of guitar," it is Albert Lee's speed, phrasing, feel and choice of notes that have earned him a reputation as a premier country guitarist. Some of the greats he has performed with include Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Emmylou Harris, Ricky Skaggs and Roseanne Cash. Lee is in the U.S. briefly, having just completed a tour with former Rolling Stones guitarist Bill Wyman in the fall and the Everly Brothers thereafter, a tour that included the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Lee has received numerous awards for his playing, such as being named "Guitar Player" magazine's "Best Country Guitarist" five times.
He is also a recording artist in his own right, releasing four critically acclaimed albums, including two instrumental albums, "Speechless" and "Gagged but not Bound," that received Grammy nominations. With five solo albums and two albums with his band Hogan's Heroes to his credit, his latest is "Heartbreak Hill," released on the Sugar Hill label in October 2003.
Lee also received a Platinum Disc for his participation in the 2002 "Concert for George," a tribute to George Harrison that took place in London's Royal Albert Hall (a DVD has been made of this event). He plays with his band Hogan's Heroes throughout Europe. Together, they made a DVD titled "Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes Live in Paris."

The Bus Went Home Happy

I was ambivalent. Making The Bus Happy is kewl with me.

N Madden's finally in The Hall.

Where he's belonged all along.

That's even kewler.


Shoulda been in The Hall Long Ago, the bastid's.

Rock on Howdyville.

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