Brother Lou has been busy so far in 2012. Among my gigs gigs in the past month or so was an in the round concert at Picker’s Supply in Fredericksburg Virginia, where I shared the stage with Mike Dougherty, Gene Mills and Gayla Mills and Brady Earnhardt. I was able to play 6 songs and actually walked away with some CD sales and a little bit of pocket money. In this day and age a monumental success!
However, the highlight of my mini tour, which took me through Maryland up to New York City was a featured spot at the world-famous club, The Bitter End where I was able to play a half-hour set of original songs to a full room among which included my lovely wife, some old friends from high school, some good friends from New Jersey, and some relatives from Long Island and West Chester. It was one of those nights that made me think” oh yeah, that’s why I do this!”
Currently I am finishing up some writing and getting ready to record my 3rd full-length CD, of course I am wondering if CDs will still be around by the time I’m finished. I hope to include some works by other artists on the CD including my ukulele version of U2′s I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For. Wouldn’t it be cool to get sued by U2? I will keep you posted as the album progresses, and with new performances I will be announcing soon. Stay thirsty my friends.