Hello, everyone! I want to wish you all a very Happy Labor Day. I have been off of the open mic stage these past few months is because of a hectic work schedule and some personal issues that have left very little time even for practise. So if the Good Lord is willing, I intend to be back out performing next month and begin recording some new music sometime in 2018. I love you all very much, and I really appreciate the support that you have shown for my music. You guys rock! God bless. See you in October, Piedmont Triad!
I just got home from playing at my first #openmicnight in five years. It was at R Lo’s Pub & Grub in my hometown of Thomasville, North Carolina, and it was hosted by my friends, the PeaceTrain Band. Between their sets, which included renditions of classics by the likes of Neil Young, Eric Clapton, and John Denver, I was fortunate to play two sets, which altogether included verions of hits by U2, Sir Paul McCartney, Vance Joy, and the late George Michael, plus one of my original songs, (U) Spit Me Out. Aside from the positive feedback that I received from everyone who enjoyed my performance, I had a great time enjoying and playing some awesome music.
Remember that if you’re a Piedmont Triad area musician, come on out to R Lo’s on the first Sunday of every month and share your God-given talents! R Lo’s Pub & Grub is located at 207 Fisher Ferry Street in Thomasville. Be there or be square!
What’s up, everyone? I hope that your day is going well. I just want to call your attention to an event that has just started. It is the monthly Open Mic Night at R Lo’s Pub & Grub in Thomasville, North Carolina, and it is hosted by my friend Phillip Peace and his group, the PeaceTrain Band. I will keep you posted on the exact date of this event.
If you live in the Piedmont Triad area of NC and you are a musician or if you just enjoy good music, come on out next month to R Lo’s Pub & Grub, which is located at 207 Fisher Ferry St. in Thomasville. You will have a great time, and that is a guarantee!
Hey, y’all! How are you doing? I am doing well at this moment. As you can imagine, this past year has been a rollercoaster one due to deaths in my family, my personal inner circle, and in the music business as well as some more positive news which is that I am currently employed as one of the cooks at Zaxby’s on Randolph Street in Thomasville where I have been working since orientation which was a week before the restaurant officially opened for business. However, I still have intentions to start rocking again, so don’t fret (no pun intended, of course) because I am about to hit the Piedmont Triad open mic scene again hopefully within the next few weeks, and I plan to return to recording music after the holidays.
Thank you all so very much for your support.
Hey, everyone! What’s up? I hope that you had a good Fourth Of July holiday. If you are in the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina (Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, and surrounding communities), this is just a short announcement that after four years, I intend on returning to performing at open mic nights again in about a month or so because I miss sharing my music with you all as well as listening to other artists’ music. Keep checking back for updates, the first of which should come soon. Thanks for your support over the years, and I love you all! Peace.
This year, I was fortunate to open #TimFest2015. This event is held every year in #HighPointNC in honour of the birthday of one of my good friends, Tim Webb, who plays guitar and sings baritone in the local acoustic rock band, White Light.
The songs that I have played on this lovely afternoon are, as listed:
For No One — The Beatles
(U) Spit Me Out
Falling — LeBlanc and Carr
(Our Love) Don’t Throw It All Away — Andy Gibb
The titles in bold print are those of original songs.
I hope to play at next year’s TimFest if the Good Lord is willing because every year that I have participated in this event has been an absolute adventure.