The really cool thing about traveling the country for a big corporate chain of restaurants is living in different cities and meeting thousands of different people, then skipping town after five or six months, all the while experiencing something new on each and everyday. There was one ‘typical’ deployment that was spent down in beautiful Savannah, Georgia. Continue reading An Empty Circle
A long time ago, in a land far away, I used to make an occasional appearance on our local television station, for a seven-minute cooking segment. I’d stay awake all night planning my words and actions, which of course, never panned out the way that I had hoped:) But it was fun and I can always say that I did it.
This cracks me up. I’m an old rocker, but Live Music of any kind is Good Music. Originally recorded in my parent’s basement, almost 40 years ago, this was practice night for The Central Brothers and The Green Apple Gang (who backed us more than once). It Ain’t perfect, but 9 teenagers hanging out together–pickin, grinin’, and singin’ is a pretty good thing.
Me & the old high school buddies singing on our TV debut, way back in 1978. Recorded off of a cassette tape which still doesn’t explain microphone problems around the 2:20 mark. But we sang on TV, dag-on-it!
A silly “how-to” video made out of boredom one rainy afternoon. Don’t ‘like’ it or else I’ll create an entire series:)
“Junior Follies-Central High School-1978” Found in the family vault along with the Hope Diamond and Jimmy Hoffa was this hidden “Before They Were Famous” masterpiece. Originally recorded on a handheld cassette recorder by my Dad is the ‘Big Stage’ Premier of The Central Brothers–Rusty, Robin, Steve, Mark and Tom.
Performing “Counting Flowers on the Wall”