Week in Review Nov. 21st-27th
I started out this week on the road by heading up to Cleveland’s new venue, the Hard Rocksino, and got to sit in with my good friend, Tim Rushlow, for day one of his two day set. We played some of Tim’s classics from his days with Little Texas such as, What Might Have Been, God Blessed Texas, and Amy’s Back in Austin, as well as new songs from his newly released album, Classic Christmas. You can now buy it on Amazon.com.
Next, I flew out of Cleveland for Newark, New Jersey to watch Jacqui Sandell, of The Misses and Me, my latest production project, perform at an event benefitting the Wounded Warriors Project, which is very near and dear to my heart.
Then, I caught up with a lot of good friends in New Brunswick. Next stop, Long Island, to participate in the development of a new line of violins made by my great friends out at International Music Cafe.
In the East Village of NYC, I had the pleasure of being able to work with my great friend, Dave Eggar, on the soundtrack of an upcoming documentary supporting gay rights and anti-bullying.
Lastly, as an ice storm began to blaze through the East Coast, I scrambled to change my flight home. After four flight changes, the great people of Delta Airlines got me ticketed onto a flight into Indianapolis! My wonderful wife drove out to pick me up and I got home in time to start prepping some Thanksgiving dinner fixings to take to my Mom and Dad’s. Life is good! Happy Thanksgiving to all…Cheers! ~Donnie