Getting old is a bitch. Your body falls apart slowly (sometimes rapidly), the old energy just isn't there, and the babes give you the pity eye instead of the lust eye. Not much to look forward to as you age, other than a fat pension check, but I don't know anyone who gets one of those. But I did discover one advantage of age... the federal Golden Eagle (now Golden Age...whoops...now America the Beautiful Senior) card. For $10 I now get free admission to all national parks/monuments for the rest of my life. What a deal! Now all I have to do is stay alive long enough to enjoy using the card. Guess I should rush right down to Zion or Arches...
Posted by Rev. Willis at 12:24 PM
A couple tunes from the Studio 13 session. By the way, Better Off With the Blues features Jim Poulton and Paul Rasmussen on Guitars and Vocals, Ken Critchfield on Bass, and Lou Borgenicht on Harp and (occasional) Vocals.
Next Gig: May 15th at Sun and Moon 7-10PM.
With the group's permission, I've linked to a couple of tunes. Clicking should initiate MP3 play, Right-Click or Cntrl-Click should initiate a download.
First is the old standard Key to the Highway:
The second tune is Mean Old World:
Posted by Rev. Willis at 12:54 PM