this is a good one. head on out to the outpost and catch some swingin tunes, yall.
well another year and another leaf. been off the grid since thursday up in black mtn north cackalacky with my amazing wife robin, and 3 of my closest friends in the world: the two daves (the waco guitar slinger and the baron of beef form dallas) as well as the multi talented, dr. lionel worthy of chapel hill nc. we came, we camped, we rocked hard, we played harder, we laughed, we danced, we watched people dance, we screamed, we ate, we drank, we sang, we made new friends, we discussed, and we did not bathe. great times yall!
Proud to be telling you about the new Husk Nashville opening this spring in the heart of Nashville, Tn. Working with kristin david and sean at the Neighborhood Dining Group is always a pleasure. this is just a sampling of a few pieces for this great restaurant in the country music capital of the world. check out those picks. strong ones too. i know the waco guitar slinger is going to be hitting me up for couple of those babies. hang tight schming, got you covered.
A new restaurant project we are very proud of, kitchen 208, here in charleston is coming together. just got delivery of their coasters. sunnyside up yall! they will be serving breakfast and lunch. downtown charleston has been needing a place like this for a while. thank you rick, lynn and michele for letting us be a part of this exciting new eating establishment. cheers!
once again, a stellar lineup at the barn jam. listen to the crackle, its in the crackle.
i had the pleasure at seeing richie havens a couple times with the last time, a couple years ago, at the Leaf Festival in Black Mountain, NC. He was amazing, and probably one of the best shows i have ever seen. He ended his set with a cover of Pink floyds’ (the gilmour version) The Turning Away. An amazing song, but in the hands of this gifted musician, storyteller, activist — un forgettable. The whole crowd was one big goosebump. So long richie, you were one of the best. Rest in peace.