Our good friend Scott Stolsenberg captured some good photos and a video of the full band playing at Whistle Stop Opry in Xenia, Ohio the Saturday after Thanksgiving. From left, John Orr, Lynn Perdzock, Bob Farley, Don Winegar Jr.
Our year is quickly coming to a close, with a few venues sprinkled among the rush of senior retirement communities. We get ever closer to that “ultimate” set of music, which does, however, change slightly from time to time, but we must have that. Communication continues to be the main thought on my mind, how to get people to understand the need to understand each other and to not feel threatened when someone thinks differently. I know that sounds all woo-hoo, like dreaming of world peace and living together as one, but everything has to start somewhere. Right?
Christmas in the Village of Waynesville this afternoon, the Submarine House in Centerville on the 12th, a few more retirement/assisted living communities, Caesar’s Creek Flea Market for New Year’s Eve afternoon, and then it’s 2018 and more of the same: sharing our musical message of love and the boogie woogie to all who would hear.