Just a good ole boy from a small town in Wisconsin hat has played music all his life and has way too many stories to tell.
It has been my life and still is
After 43 years of performing I think I have filled most of my dreams. Though I have had a couple opportunities and not followed up to tour. So touring for a time with a national act would be about it. Or maybe do a good recording of one of my originals and see it get radio play. Maybe a gig at Red Rock
Hard to answer in a short format lol. Make people understand that no matter the differences in our beliefs, politics, religion and whatever that we do not have to be fooled by the establishment that we should be divided and that if we all just learn to love and respect each other again we might save the world from ourselves.
Great balls of Fire by Jerry Lee Lewis
Way too many to even start to mention. Lately I have been listening to The Danielle Nicole Band, Steepwater, Johnny Winter, Billy Gibbons, Laura Cox Band, and a lot of older blues guys
I was born this way.
Not sure, I just want people to enjoy it and be happy
Like I am doing what I was designed for
I can say it is hard reality. The music scene is not what it was the past 30 years or so. It is much harder to get local work and the money is actually less in comparison. The crappy economy he last 8 or 9 years has had a lot to do with that. I see it harder on many of my friends in national acts as well especially with the internet and technology and making money from selling their music. Improvements. Well I'd like to see musicians work to help each other and their bands rather than being so cut throat and competitive. It is hard out there and I think musicians working together can be more of a positive impact on the business than what we have now.
Not sure yet just been here a half hour.
The local music scene. Dealing with clubs and club owners. And how bads will under cut and screw each other to get gigs. And that it seems there are 2 open jams in the area somewhere every night of the week where the clubs pay the hosts nothing and have been using them to replace (having actual bands) paying working bands a fair wage to play on the weekends.
I used to when I had nights off. Now I am older and raising a son not hardly at all. I do refer friends bands to clubs when they call me for gigs I cannot fill for them. That rarely comes back to me but i feel it is the right thing to do and hope it will catch on with other bands. We need to help each other out.
No clue at all