Thursday, September 1, 2016


Last night Michael Hearne and I did an over-the-phone live on-air thirty minute interview with Calvin Powers on his radio program ‘THE AMERICANA RADIO SHOW, based out of the Raleigh Durham area of North Carolina.  So check them out.  You can go to their website ( access a  pod cast of the interview/music program.  Calvin also played three songs Michael and I wrote from the  three CDs.  One from each: “SHOT GUN”  from my solo  Little Bright Band of Light “THE HIGHWAY IS A FREIND OF MINE” from Michaels solo CD,  Red River Dreams.  “THE GIRL JUST LOVES TO DANCE” from  the DUO CD  Only As Strong as Your Dreams.
Thank you Calvin for playing our music and presenting it to your listening audience and for the opportunity to  come on show and talk about our  three NEW CD releases.  It’s great and exciting to see the music slowly spreading to new audiences around the country
and overseas.

So…please go check out their website and the interview.

Thanks to ‘HOWLINDOG RECORDS’ for setting up the interview, thanks to Teri McCartney,  Don Richmond and Dee  for your belief in the music and all good work you do on behalf of it.  We really appreciate your support and help in getting the music out there to the rest of the world.  It feels good to be a part of the team.
Onward to the North Carolina area and then to Europe!  Onward!

I’ll see you all out at Bernhardts Winery this Labor Day weekend.
Bring a lawn chair and come on out on a Sunday afternoon to this beautiful pastoral setting and enjoy a few tunes floating through the air.  The music begins at 6:30pm.  I hope to see you there. for information, reservations and don't forget the "Wine Stomp" that starts at 4:00 PM. 

More later….stay tuned

1 comment:

  1. Hi Shake, we used to go see you play in Houston in the 1970s. No typo, 1977-79, my friends and I saw you and sometimes Dana Cooper, John Vandiver, Marcoulier (spelling?) at clubs like Fitzgerald's, and Corky's. One time in Huntsville. Anyway, good to know you are still performing and recording. I love your music to this day and introduce it to everyone I meet. I moved from Houston in 1980 and never got to say thanks for all the wonderful shows you guys put on. I still have a chicory coffee can full of beans to Shake today!