We’ll get to that. I was blown away by Stoney and Jeremy at Longhorn’s on Thursday. Chivalrous Productions should have their new website up within the next couple of weeks.
We had a very good time as always last Friday at the Rail in Hays. Blaine’s band came out, as did JD’s. After sleeping from 4:00am to 7:00am, I decided it was time to drive home. I made it to Walker, where I then decided it would be a good idea to take a nap parked outside the church. By 9:00am, my headache was worse and I had developed a kink in my neck due to my non-reclining seats in my truck.
Even with the eventual nap I took once I got back to Sharon, my voice was still shot. I didn’t get it whipped into shape until about three hours into my set at Buster’s. The crowd was a little weak, with the exception of a few close friends, until about 10:00pm. They refused to believe that I didn’t know “Cinnamon Girl” or any Journey. Some guy asked for Big and Rich. A big thanks to Lern Tilton for writing the response to that request.
So back to the lines…After the show, the one table of hard-core partiers decided it would be funny to offer $5.00 to anyone who would do a line. The only powder they had immediately at their disposal was ground pepper. I’ve seen a lot of things after shows, but I’ve never seen anyone snort pepper for money. I love rednecks.