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Monday, April 09, 2007

HAPPY "EASTER MONDAY!"

Hey there, BanjoSnakers!

Happy Easter Monday, y'all! I've spent the last two gray, chilly days here in the New Mexico mountains thinking on spring and rebirth and all that, and listening to "Stairway To Heaven" ad nauseum until my family wants to kill me... but it's as close to a neo-pagan springtime hymn as we have, I reckon....

Anyway, welcome to my new website! I'm as happy as I've ever been with a website, and I'm proud of the job my friend John H. Farr did on it... we finally got a lot of the neat stuff up that I've always wanted, like a poster gallery and a photo gallery, for instance... lots of other cool things are on the way. As usual, I'm struggling with the mechanism to let you fine folks order CDs (and other stuff, coming soon...!) online with yer credit cards, but in the meantime, just be patient and if you have to have something NOW, email me with your wish list and we'll hack out the details between us.

I'm off for the humid east in the morning, on a little bouzouki tour with Roger Landes. The summer is filling up with shows, so surely you can make it to a few! Folk, rock, country-western, middle-eastern... we got it all for ya here at BanjoSnake! Just check the "Gigs" page here on the new website and make sure ya don't miss a thing! Take it easy, folks, and see ya soon....

Your humble servant,
Chipper

2 Comments:

Blogger Dharmonia said...

In the Neo-Pagan Springtime Hymn department, I would also suggest "Come All Ye" from Fairport's Liege and Lief, which is the CD that I blast when I am overcome with Neo-Pagan Springtime Fever...

dharmo

11:41 PM  
Blogger John H. said...

There was one particularly memorable spring a long time ago when I used to play CCR's "Up Around the Bend" at maximum volume before going off to work every morning. This was during my last semester as a junior college instructor before I packed my VW bus with a guitar, a garbage can full of brown rice, and a little book written by a yogi entitled "How to Know God," and went off to the Ozarks to be a woods hippie.

If you could see me smile, I'd say it's all been downhill ever since.

2:17 AM  

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