Jan 2008

by adg on Fri Jan 18, 2008 8:45 am
Back On The Trail
by adg on Sun Jan 20, 2008 10:54 pm
Well it's almost time to hit the road again. It's been about 2 months since the last show of 2007 and I'm working up a few different tunes for the continuation of "The Solo Reunion Tour - Together At Last (with the original band."

My freaking myspace page has grown over the past few months to over 14,000 friends. I don't actually know many of 'em but, maybe we'll see some of these friends at the gigs. It'd be nice to make actual real friends with 'em and have them visit us all here at arlo.net. I'd invite 'em over but, Dave would start looking at me with a Kill Kill Kill look in his eyes. Truth is we're growing into a pretty big family of friends. There's new folks working over at RSR in the office. Maybe I'll even get to meet them too.

There's a new CD coming out pretty soon. Sarah Lee and Abe have been working in the studio doing some last minute fixes and mixes - You wouldn't believe how long some things take. But... stay tuned. We also have a film in the works from the "City of New Orleans Tour" nearing completion.

I've been out taking pictures of sunrises and other stuff. They're posted somewhere too. Here's one where the camera got me by accident.

Love As Always,

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Back To The Dust Bowl - Back To Work
by adg on Thu Jan 31, 2008 9:59 am
There's a funny moment on the new Woody Guthrie CD. My mom and dad are on stage and he's been going off on some wild tangential tale, and she's trying to bring him back to the subject at hand. She says, "back to the dust bowl," and he says "back to work." That exchange has now become part of the family lingo as a way of saying to get back on subject... It may be funnier in our family than others.

I left Mrs. G in Florida and rode up to the cold weather to get back to work. We've been enjoying our down time at our ruins on the river. Our house has not quite recovered from the hurricanes from a few years ago. But, that hasn't stopped us from pretending to be normal. There's nothing like getting up to some good coffee and a newspaper...

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