It's gratifying to know that a few people missed this email yesterday. I was held hostage in a divorce trial in Washington Court House until 7 PM last night. I guess the Magistrate wasn't familiar with the old 5 PM quittin' time thing. That's one of the few Thursday deadlines I've missed over the past three and half years. I hope you were able to muddle through the night without it.
Friday, it's a star-studded evening of great music at Rumba. Happy Chichester starts it off at "Happy" hour followed by Number One Cat, with Nikki Wonder, Scott Gorsuch and the usual suspects from their former projects who are then followed by Paul Abbott's Pocket Full of Sunshine with a slew of well-known guest artists. Jazz and Rib Fest has The Dirty Dozen Brass Band at 8:30.
Saturday, The Mendelsonics are at Rumba with Stucco Jones and Burglar.
Sunday, I will be doing Curt Scheiber's "Invisible Hits Hour" at 9 PM on CD 101 (better start listening to all those CDs) and Miss Molly has her CD release matinee at The Thirsty Ear beginning at 5 PM with The Boki Quartet and Matt Munhall.
Catch a falling star and put it in your pocket. Never let it fade away. mark