Thursday, April 16, 2009

Media Night Coffee House

So this Saturday at 6 p.m. I will be playing a few numbers for a charity jam session at Christ Church United Methodist on the corner of Bay and Washington streets in Glens Falls (see prior post with press release).

Proceeds go to benefit Feet First; a charity that buys shoes for the needy.

I was originally going to play with my brother but he can't make it, 'so the powers that be left me here to do the thinkin.' I recruited a drummer, Jamie Harr, who will keep the beat for me. I plan on doing three songs, one will definately be the inspirational Soulshine, with a possible Big River (Johnny Cash) encore, as Jamie used to be a river guide in the ADKs and I am a big fisherman.

Trampoline Design whipped up a nice poster for the event:

Consistent with Tampoline's familiar
poster style, nice work as always.

Once again, event begins at 6 p.m. Saturday April 18. If you're in the area, stop in and toss some money to a good cause.

- J


  1. If you checked the links in the entry on the Bounce blog, you'll see that our little band of musicians shrank too. Play the hand you're dealt, I guess. See you Saturday night!

  2. Maury: best described as old-school troubadour. All original.

  3. Johnny I was just kidding! Did you take that post down? Oh no!

  4. very nice blog~
    Do you know Seoul, Korea?
    if not, feel free to visit my blog.
    Have a great day~ ^^

  5. Hey John, nice job Saturday night.

    There's a link up on Bounce to your performance. Sorry I didn't get to say hello. Your pal there did a mean Neil Young, and that drummer sure was a character.

    Do you know Seoul, Korea?