Saturday, October 13, 2018

Anything less

We had a show tonight with our good friend Joe Greg. He's a steelworker and gets very few days off work. He took vacation so that he could play with us tonight. And we were grateful that he joined us.

We had a small but enthusiastic crowd. We knew going in that we were up against SEC football. This is not our first rodeo. 

Some songwriters and bands get discouraged when the crowd is not overflowing. We take a different view. Each person that comes to see us deserves the very best we have to offer. We played and sang as if we were at the Astrodome playing to 50,000 screaming fans. We would never consider doing anything less.

This pictures was taken a few years ago.

7 comments:

  1. When you enjoy what you are doing, it would be a shame to give anything less than the best and I know you both love the life you live. To give any thing but the best would take away from the gift that you have. You are blessed to be able to share your music with others.

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  2. It would seem to me that the performance is it's own reward, no matter how many people are in the audience.....which I believe is what you said, lol.

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  3. It's a good attitude to have. Gifts are to be shared.
    I'm glad you both had a great time.
    Hugs, Julia

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  4. If you are doing what you love to do you need no audience. They only add an enhancement.

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  5. Love your attitude!!

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  6. Yeah you have a great attitude

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  7. The attitude of a true professional.

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