That’s My Job

Posted on June 17, 2015 by Gary in Blog, Gary Blogs

Georgia and I stood there with our mouths open. I did not want him to stop. It had been a really long time since I talked to anyone who actually KNEW my Dad, and I was thirsty for some new paint strokes on the picture of him I had built up in my mind.

Gary's Dad

I had the strangest, sweetest experience in my home town, back in April. Georgia and I were in Meriden, at the request of an old high school buddy, to play the Daffodil Festival, a yearly event held at the city park. (more…)

Grand Rapids – June 2015

Posted on June 8, 2015 by Gary in Blog, Gary Blogs

Through the years I have played in some weird places. Huge box-like rooms full of right angles and glass that make the sound bounce and echo like Heidi on a bad acid trip. After those kinds of gigs we always come off stage and say the same thing: “Man, that sounded like we were playing […]

Through the years I have played in some weird places. Huge box-like rooms full of right angles and glass that make the sound bounce and echo like Heidi on a bad acid trip. After those kinds of gigs we always come off stage and say the same thing: “Man, that sounded like we were playing in an airplane hangar.” (more…)