I'm playing a show this Friday night. It's an opening set at Iroquois Amphitheatre, where I'll be playing from 7:30-8:00 with the amazing Steve Cooley on various stringed things. I always envisioned my big I'M BACK!!! show as a full-band event at a rollicking club. This is not that show. But it's kind of better ... I get to play a power set with the best musician in Louisville. Then I get to hang out with 1500 of my closest friends and listen to Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit and the Paul Thorn Band at one of my absolute favorite venues. How fun is that??
So who wants a pair of tickets to this fabulous show? The only catch is
that you actually have to show up for the opener because I'll be totally annoyed and will publicly shame you if I put you on my guest list only to find out that you only got there in time to hear Paul Thorn. I mean, he's great and all, but come on! Doors are at 6:30. I play at 7:30. If you win tickets, you'd better listen closely for me to say the SECRET WORD, so I can make sure you were there. (Kidding. Or am I?)
If you want a chance to win tickets (worth $20 each!), either comment here on my blog (www.RedAccordionDiaries.com) or hit the SHARE button on your Facebook page. Then I'll do some sort of random drawing and pick a winner. I am not a cheater, but you'll have to trust me on that one. I'll draw the winner at 9am Thursday. Because that's when my wee boy goes down for a nap, and I'll actually have a second to get back on the computer.
In case you missed yesterday's Great Day Live! appearance, here is the video:
Next week on the blog:
I'm actually going to share my birth story, minus anything gross. And some more about Having a Baby Abroad and my adventures with the National Health Services of Scotland.
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