June 2007

Dear e-Fisherfolk:

Big news! New Trout Music! We have finished recording and producing 5 songs that are now available for downloading. We recorded these songs at the Trout House. Give two guys a computer, a few musical instruments, and a little time on their hands and …WHO KNOWS WHAT THEY MIGHT DO. We’ve been performing some of these new tunes at our concerts recently so you may have heard them. At the moment, downloading them is the only way you can get them. This EP, Who Knows What We Might Do, will have a limited CD pressing sometime in the future. But why wait?! Download this exciting 5-Song set now. The songs include: Who Knows What We Might Do, The Good News, When America Comes Home, Long Straight Line, and It’s Not Bad. (the last song features Ezra on the Banjo!) These songs are meant more for our adult audience, but if your kids listen to them they won’t burst into flames.

Congratulations are in order for Steven Idlet who finished his High School career with a 4.0 GPA. His academic genes are obviously from his Mother’s side. He’ll be attending Tulsa University next year on a full basketball scholarship. His basketball genes are obviously from his Dad’s side. The Golden Hurricane will have its second Idlet basketball player as Dana Idlet will be entering her Senior year this Fall. Brother and sister are enjoying a brief respite from academic life at the Kerrville Folk Festival where they are camping for the next couple of weeks.

We’re heading to a lot of festivals in the next few months. We were at Riverfest in Little Rock, AR this past weekend and this weekend we’ll be at the Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas. The warmer weather means music outside. From festivals to family concerts under the stars to climate controlled performing arts centers – take your pick. Check our calendar for the right environment for your lifestyle.

For those of you who have asked, Keith’s garden is doing well. The potatoes are up and the tomatoes have blossomed with the promise of big, bad, Better Boy tomatoes. Weeds are constantly threatening and being held in check with a tiller and a hoe. Salads from the garden grace their table nightly. We’d like to wish you the perfect blend of rain and sunshine to make your garden grow.

Troutfully yours,
Keith and Ezra

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